In Flight Essentials For Fresh Skin

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Now that July is almost here, school is out and holiday season is in full swing!

Whether going camping up north or flying to Europe, certain must-haves come with the territory.

Plane travel can wreck havoc on your skin; the air is dry and often stale. Plane surfaces can feel grimy (yuck) and some of us are nervous fliers (hello, wine-o’clock)!

If a flight is in your future, there are a few things that can be done to keep to ensure you’re still glowing. Making room in your carry-on for these wonders will have people wondering if there was a spa on board:

Olay Fresh Effects Deluxe Make-up Removal Wet Cloths
These pre-moistened cleansing wipes remove everything from oil to stubborn waterproof mascara. Once boarded and comfy, wipe everything from your face, no water needed!

Korres Greek Yoghurt Sleeping Facial
This rich, luxurious cream acts as a leave-on hydrating masque with out the ridiculous look of a traditional masque. This cream provides the skin with vitamins and minerals for instant nourishment. The greek yoghurt in here has twice the proteins of regular yoghurt for intense moisture. Apply a generous layer over your clean face.

Eos Lip Balm
Flying is deadly to the skin on the lips! This rich nourishing balm leaves them smooth and soft for a good length of time. With a combination of shea butter, jojoba oil, and vitamin E as an anti-oxidant your pout will stay moist and plum through the whole trip. The fact that it isn’t a pot is a huge plus too. The less you have to dig your fingers in the better for re-application.

L’Occitane Hand Cream
This creamy balm will penetrate into skin for a deep hydration. L’Occitane creams are composed of 20 per cent shea butter with honey, almond, grapeseed, and coconut oils to nourish delicate hands. Re-apply often to prevent dehydration.

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Evian Spray
This spray is a must-have for every beauty editor, makeup guru, and model who spends time travelling from one location to another. A spritz or two will sooth and revive parched skin. Not only will it replenish moisture, but it will also repel irritants from facial skin. Apply generously throughout the flight.

A sleeping mask is also a huge plus, especially if it’s an over night flight. Slip this on, block out the world, and Nighty-Night!

Before landing, freshen up your skin with the wipes, and the Evian. Apply a thin layer of cream, and don’t forget the SPF if it’s daylight when you arrive! A little concealer, cheek and lip tint, mascara, and you will look fresh and rested!

Happy flying!