Skincare Tips for Air Travel
If your skin looks slightly worse for wear after a long flight, the dry cabin air and low air pressure are likely to blame. Luckily, you can do a few things to protect your skin and keep post-flight skin issues at bay. Here are some tips: (1) Apply a mid-flight sheet mask to your face to keep your skin moisturized. (2) Keep travel-sized skincare products on hand to give your in-flight skin extra backup. Moisturizers and serums that contain vitamin C, niacinamide, and hyaluronic acid are especially helpful in restoring radiance and preventing moisture loss. (3) Apply and re-apply sunscreen throughout your flight to protect against UV rays.