The Definitive Guide to In-Flight Skincare
April 6, 2018
Why does your skin feel so gross after a long flight? To exfoliate, or not to exfoliate? Is in-flight sheet masking acceptable? How do you go straight from an airplane to a meeting and look somewhat alive? We've got answers. Here, 14 facialists, dermatologists, and beauty professionals share their tips for how to take care of your skin on long-haul flights.
What about after you land?
Hop in the steam room at your hotel if you get the chance! And follow up right after with another hydrating sheet mask. They’re great for taking on the go when you travel. I really like to massage my skin with a good face cream mixed with an oil. This mixture always does the trick if your skin is feeling extremely dry. Massage for a few minutes so your skin can restore and boost collagen production.
Kopari Coconut Rose Toner ($24, koparibeauty.com); Vital Proteins Beauty Collagen Stick Packs ($34, vitalproteins.com); Patchology Restoring Night Eye Gels ($20, dermstore.com); SK-II Facial Treatment Mask ($135, sephora.com); Kopari Coconut Face Cream ($38, koparibeauty.com); Kopari Coconut Balm ($32, koparibeauty.com)