• High-Quality Skin Care and Beauty on the Go – Kiosk Style!

     
    POSTED October 30, 2015
     
  • High-Quality Skin Care and Beauty on the Go – Kiosk Style!

     
    POSTED October 30, 2015
     

Headed out of Texas for a meeting or coming home? Touchscreen kiosks for beauty and skin are all the rage.

Dermalogica skin care is taking portable skin care to a new level in George Bush Intercontinental Airport Terminal C with easy-to-use kiosks stocked with your favorite products. Not only will you find TSA-friendly skin care travel kits, you can stock up on your other favorites – no shipping charge! From acne-clearing products to stressed-out skin solutions to shaving and body care, the Dermalogica kiosks will offer 39 products available immediately with a credit card.

Want to win a free product? Twitter users can win their favorite Dermalogica products with the new hashtag #DermOnTheGo. Users who Instagram their favorite Dermalogica product – and use the hashtag – will be chosen at random to receive their featured product. More information about the contest can be found at www.dermalogica.com/dermonthego. To learn more about Dermalogica, please visit www.dermalogica.com.

Headed out of or into Austin? Fun-loving makeup and skin care brand, Benefit Cosmetics, also has kiosks packed with groovy beauty products in three airports, including Austin-Bergstrom. From pore minimizers to brow tamers to foundation, it’s fun to browse while you’re waiting for your flight. The kiosks are powder pink and designed to look like vintage beauty buses with slogans and fuzzy dice. Savvy travelers can choose from 30 different beauty products including many of Benefit’s best sellers. For more info, visit www.benefitcosmetics.com

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