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Skincare routine at 35000 feet

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Skincare routine at 35000 feet, 7 Steps How to Take Care of Your Skin While Flying.

Skincare routine at 35000 feet, If you don’t have an in-flight skincare routine, it’s time to establish one. Traveling, especially on an airplane, will certainly take a toll on your skin leaving them dehydrated, puffy, and irritated. With just a few simple steps, you can arrive at your final destination with a complexion that looks fabulous and refreshed.

Drink Water,   Mask, and Repeat “Start hydrating and prepping from the inside out the day before travel. Sip on super hydrators like high mineral spring water, aloe, cucumber, coconut water, and anti-inflammatory turmeric tonics.

Truth Juice Daily Cleanser

Find Your Balance Oil Control Cleanser

1. Cleanse

It’s important to prepare your skin before traveling by air. Cleanse your face thoroughly with a gentle cleanser and apply a rich base like an oil. ” Ole Henriksen,    


 Clinique ID BB gel or cream which also has  SPF 25


 Penhaligon’s rose lip balm

Lanolips Tinted Balm SPF 30

2. Skip the Makeup

Yes, you want to look good while traveling, but wearing a full-face of makeup for a long flight can be damaging to your skin. If you’re getting on the plane, especially for a long or overnight flight, keep your makeup look simple by using a BB cream. Try the Clinique ID BB gel or cream which also has  SPF 25. Use a tinted moisturizing lip balm like Penhaligon’s rose lip balm, Lanolips Tinted Balm SPF 30   for a little color on your lips that won’t dry them out. Whatever you do, skip the eye makeup. Mascara will only flake off during a flight, making your under-eye area appear dark (and making you look more sleep-deprived than you already are).

Charlotte  Tilbury  Magic Cream Treat&Transform moisturizer SPF 15  

  Neutrogena’s daily Hydro Boost moisturize

Dr. Barbara Sturm’s Hyaluronic Serum



  Coco Luxe Coconut oil

 Kapuluan both coconut oil

Stay Moisturized

It’s important to keep your skin moisturized on the plane. The dry, recycled air is not your friend, especially if you’re on a long-haul flight.  With so many products out there, it can be hard to know what’s best for your skin. For all-natural hydration, stock up on coconut oil, Coco Luxe and Kapuluan both make a coconut oil that comes in a TSA-friendly squeeze tube. For high-end options, look for moisturizers with hyaluronic acid, which can absorb 1000 times its weight in water. Celebrities swear by Dr. Barbara Sturm’s Hyaluronic Serum And Charlotte Tilbury  Magic Cream Treat&Transform moisturizer SPF 15 but Neutrogena’s daily Hydro Boost moisturizer is a good dupe, with the same active ingredient for a fraction of the price. 

Mavogel Cotton Sleep Eye Mask

Give your eyes extra attention

Sleeping during your flight can also dry out the eyes. If you tend to nap while in the air, try wearing an eye mask. This will help reduce the dry air that reaches your eyes while you sleep, minimizing the chances of dry eyes. If you wear contact lenses then think about switching to a pair of glasses during the flight to eliminate this increased risk.

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Avoid Plane Food

If you can, try to eat before you travel – plane food tends to be incredibly salty, which ends up causing puffiness in the face.

 Laneige’s Water Sleeping Mask 

Night Shift from Eight Saints

GLOW RECIPE Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask

 Belif’s Aqua Bomb Sleeping Mask 

Try a Sleeping Mask

If you’re on a long-haul or overnight flight, add sleeping masks to your in-flight routine because there’s no reason you can’t give yourself a mini spa treatment to help pass the time. Sleeping masks are leave-on face masks that work while you sleep. Sleeping masks go on clear, so there’s no need to wash off the treatment.   Laneige’s Water Sleeping Mask is affordable and comes in a TSA-friendly size or you can try out Night Shift from Eight Saints, which is a pricier (but overwhelmingly popular) alternative  Korean skincare brand  Belif’s Aqua Bomb Sleeping Mask might be the best bet, locking in hydration overnight with a delightful “pudding jelly” consistency and herbal ingredients.

Stay Hydrated Drink water

“Our skin is most comfortable with an air humidity of around 40 to 70 percent, but humidity falls to about 20 percent in-flight, so your skin can become extremely dehydrated.

Drink at least 250 ml water every hour you are in flight. The secret is to drink small amounts frequently. It is a good idea to have your own refillable bottle of water with you or request some water from the flight attendants. Do not wait until you feel thirsty before you start to drink water. Don’t Spray“It’s a big mistake many air travelers make is to spray water on their face. As water attracts water, spraying water will dry out the skin even more. Drink water but do not apply water.


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