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Long haul flying can be hard on the body, especially your skin. If you want to pamper yourself, here are some inflight skincare products that should be on your list!

 


Best Travel Skincare Products


 

 

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Whether you’re headed out on an exciting adventure, or maybe you’re just flying somewhere for work, long haul flights can be rough on your skin. One way to relax and disembark looking refreshed is to give yourself a little plane spa treatment.   

You could do a full out face mask on the way to your destination, or if you want an option that’s a little more discreet, readers share their airplane skin care tips and products to nourish your face, lips, and hands!

 

 

Best In Flight Skin Products for Your Face

 

 

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Air Repair SkinCare Moisture Duo

 

Air Repair SkinCare Facial Mist

 

The best face mist for flying is the Air Repair SkinCare Moisture Duo which helps to fight dryness, dehydration, and irritation. One reader swears by this kit, emphasizing how “it is so important to keep your skin hydrated.” 

To use the kit, apply the rescue balm to dry areas, including your lips, hands, face, cuticles and even your elbows. Next, use the mist by spritzing it gently over your face and neck. Both are sized perfectly for travel.

 

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Pacifica Sleep Mask

 

Pacifica Moisture-Rich Sleep Mask

 

If your travel plans include sleeping on a long haul flight, then a moisturizing mask might be your best bet. The Pacifical Sleep Mask is wonderful for onboard or if you’re headed to a drier destination. 

One reader shares, “This is my go-to for the winter or on a plane! It’s magic!” 

The mask works well for dry and combination skin types. It’s vegan, cruelty-free, and contains vitamin E. Put this on, settle in, and wake up hydrated and fresh in time for landing!

 

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Summer Friday Nourishing Face Mask

 

Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask

For skin that feels hydrated, soft and smooth after deplaning, this Summer Friday mask could fit the bill. It can be used as a daily moisturizer, overnight mask or in-flight skin saver.

You can use this mask while taking a nap, gently remove with a wipe, and end your mini airplane spa treatment with a moisturizing cream. 

 

Here are some tips for dry skin prevention on your next travels!

 

 

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Dr. Jart+ Moisturizing Sheet Mask

 

Mask In Flight Beauty Boost

 

It’s time to give your skin a vacation, and why not make the best time to do that while you’re headed to your vacation. The Dr. Jart+ Skin Barrier Moisturizing sheet mask is TSA-friendly and has everything you need to hydrate and illuminate, before and during a flight.

This airplane skin care mask nourishes dry and tired skin. One TFG reader shares, “This is one of my fave sheet masks to use for the flights. It keeps my skin super hydrated and leaves a beautiful glow” Throw this in your carry-on, and refresh why you fly!

 

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Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Masque

 

Dermalogica Hydrating Masque

 

TFG readers recommend the Dermalogica Hydrating Masque to fight the harsh recycled air on a flight. Simply spread a thin layer of the mask over your skin right before or after you get on the plane and let it do its thing.

“I wear a hydrating mask which is great for making my skin feel fresher when flying,” says one reader.

The Dermalogica mask is designed to restore suppleness to your skin, reduce fine lines, and provide hydration. Your skin will feel amazing, even after long hours of flying!

 

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Mario Badescu Facial Spray

 

Mario Badescu Facial Spray

 

If you find you need a quick refresh midflight, a couple of spritzes of a facial spray like this option from Mario Badescu will help pick up your dehydrated skin. And you can even spray it on your makeup!

One reader shares her review “If you want to have a first class red eye experience, Mario Badescu is all you need to get ready for your day.”

And if you’re worried about getting it through security, simply decant what you’ll need into one of these travel friendly sized containers.

 

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SK-II Pitera Facial Treatment Mask 

 

SK-II Pitera Airplane Face Mask

 

On your next lengthy travel day, kick back and relax by putting on a face mask. While this might not be your first instinct, there are a number of TFG readers that give two-thumbs up for an inflight beauty routine that includes masks. One reader swears by them, saying, “Long haul flights are a great opportunity to pop a hydrating face mask on.”

The best face mask for flying is the SK-II Pitera Facial Mask, not only can it be used on a range of skin types, it’s also fragrance and colorants free. 

 

 

Best In Flight Skin Products for Your Eyes

 

 

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Swissokolab Eye Pads

 

Swissokolab Revitalizing Eye Pads

 

Swissokolab offers gel pads that are highly effective and TFG readers love them. One shares that she “always uses these eye pads when flying.”

They help reduce dark circles and puffy eyes, moisturize and provide nutrients to your under eye skin, and helps get rid of crow’s feet. They are super easy to put on right before you take a nap or catch up on your favorite TV show during your flight!

 

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Peter Thomas Roth Hydra-Gel Eye Patches

 

Peter Thomas Roth Soothing Eye Gel

 

Peter Thomas Eye Gel is a must-have addition to your travel spa kit. It helps you tone and moisturize while firming up the area around your eye and reducing puffiness. It’s easy to put on and is low-key enough to use on an airplane. 

One TFG reader shares “really great product! I use while flying to help keep my skin from drying out, in fact these are my go-to on flights, trains…heck, any travel, worn under my sunglasses. No one knows my miracle secret!”

 

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Gua Sha Facial Tool

 

Gua Sha Facial Massage Tool

 

If you really want to treat yourself, one of the best airplane skin care tips is to pack along a Gua Sha Facial Tool. Using this tool to massage the skin on your face helps clear fluids, boosts circulation, and stimulates healthier, more rejuvenated skin.

One reader shares how to best use it “I like to bring my Gua Sha tool with me for long flights. I ask for a glass of ice and let the tool sit in it until it’s nice and cold. Then I use it on my face in an upward motion. It works wonders for draining the bloat from your face. I swear by it!”

 

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Clinique Eyes Serum

 

Clinique Roll-On Eye Serum

 

If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to apply eye serum then Clinique has a rollerball applicator—simply roll under eyes and voila! 

One TFG reader says simply, “Love this stuff.” Once rolled on, this serum reduces puffiness, brightens your under-eye area. Plus, it’s a tiny applicator, only 15 ml makes it super packable for travel!

 

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Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Eye Masks

 

Wander Beauty Aloe Leaf Eye Masks

 

Wander Beauty eye masks come in small packages that are specifically for on-the-go and tuck nicely in your bag to take on the plane. They moisturize the delicate skin under your eyes and have a calming effect.

One reader shares her tips. “The main thing is staying hydrated, not only with water but your skin. I wear moisturizing eye patches by Wander.” Full of aloe leaf extract, calendula, and peptides, your eyes are in good hands!

 

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skyn ICELAND Hydro Firming Eye Gel

 

skyn Firming Eye Gel

 

Skyn has cooling under eye gel that’s made from a combination of great ingredients to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, firm and tone your skin, improve blood flow, reduce puffiness, and help prevent future damage. Clearly, it does a lot! 

One reader says that she “always travels with ICELAND firming eye gel.” In convenient packet sizes, you can pull one out on the plane and have and in-flight spa session super easily!

 

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Best In Flight Beauty Products for Your Hands

 

 

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Mixa Restoring Hand Cream

 

Mixa Repair 

 

If you need hand help stat, one TFG reader recommends taking along a travel-size bottle of Mixa Repair cream to help dryness and cracked skin. 

The same reader declares it’s the “best hand cream ever.” Keep a tube of this and include it into your in flight beauty routine ASAP!

 

Learn how to care for your skin on the road!

 

 

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Neutrogena Norwegian Cream

 

Neutrogena Norwegian Drugstore Cream

 

A reasonably priced cream for your hands is Neutrogena Norwegian Cream which works well for harsher environments like Alaska or Russia. TFG readers add this one frequently to their in flight products list.

A cream like this is also extremely helpful if you have dry skin due to eczema. It’ll keep your hands nourished and supple. One reader echoes the benefits of this cream. “Their hand cream is really good!”

 

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Josie Maran Whipped Argan Oil Cream

 

Josie Maran Argan Oil Cream

 

Even your hands can feel parched from being up in the air, so why not take care of them?  A whipped argan oil cream like Josie Maran Unscented can keep them hydrated.

Besides Argan oil, this cream is packed with ultra softening body butter and also has a socially conscious stance being cruelty-free and vegan.

One reader shares, “This works amazingly to stop my hands from drying out when flying.”

 

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Best In Flight Skin Products for Your Lips

 

 

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Aquaphor Lip Repair

 

Aquaphor Lip Repair

 

One reader cuts to the chase on what she uses, “I use Aquaphor Lip Repair on my dry lips when flying.” We totally agree!  

This lip balm is a sound product for skincare while traveling because not only does it repair your lips, it can also pull double-duty for dry cuticles and hands too. 

Remember: you’ll want to keep something on-hand that can soothe your irritated skin and something that has a multi-purpose can do that!

 

These are the best long-lasting lipsticks!

 

 

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Burt’s Bees

 

Burt Bees Lip Balm

 

Burt’s Bees makes some of the best lip balms on the market. Whether you’re using it to keep hydrated as a preventative measure or to take care of already damaged lips, it’s worth taking along.

It slides on smooth with a hint of minty freshness. Made from a mixture of beeswax, vitamin E, and peppermint oil, the natural ingredients will leave lips feeling silky. One reader agrees, saying, “Burt’s Bees has a great lip chap.”

 

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Tropical Paradise Chapstick Collection

 

Chapstick Paradise Collection

 

Good ol’ Chapstick is a fun, but useful way to provide hydration. And one reader agrees, sharing that “this brand is great for dried lips.”

This classic product can help prevent lip chafing, chapping, cracking, or offer temporary relief for lips that have been affected by a long flight.

 

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Inflight Skincare Product Comparison Chart

 

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Preparing Toiletries for Travel

 

You’ve packed your carry-on and everything fits perfectly. That is until you need to fit in your toiletry bag! 

While It certainly can be daunting to plan ahead which toiletries you will need and which to leave behind, there are methods for making sure you have the essentials and also follow TSA guidelines while saving space. Start with the video below on how to resize toiletries to pack them more efficiently.

 

 

Watch this video to learn how to downsize your toiletries for travel!

 

For more help, you can also download our Ultimate Packing Guide for Toiletries. It’s FREE! You can click here or click the image below to open the editable file.

 

 

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Printable Toiletries Checklist

 

The list features unique categories to help you pack for your trip efficiently. It includes all the items listed in various categories and has spaces where you can fill in your own information.

 

With this guide, you can:

  • Write in an item’s weight (lighter items means less overall baggage weight).
  • Note if you need to purchase something or if you already own it.
  • Organize where you’ll pack each item including suggested packing organizers like these.

 

Now that you have some hydration-rich products to choose from to protect against extreme dryness and any skin concerns during long haul flights use some tips on how to downsize your toiletries, and remember that not just your face deserves an airplane mini-spa, your hands and eyes do too!

 

Follow our ultimate guide to creating the perfect travel toiletries list!

 

 


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