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Best Skin Care Products For Airplane Travel

May 15, 2017


If airplane travel is not your favorite thing to do, you’re not alone. Your skin is most likely not the biggest fan either. Especially when a flight is long, the skin tends to dry out from dehydration, makeup gets old, and a lack of sleep can lead to puffy eyes. When you go to grab your travel pillow and headphones, don’t forget to take the best skin care products for traveling along with you. 

Hyaluronic Acid Serum 

One of the best skin care products for traveling is hyaluronic acid serum. This simple serum will help lift and tighten the skin on your face, or wherever it is applied. The hyaluronic acid aids in the restructuring of new skin cells to ensure the cells grow back stronger than they were before. Paraben free skin care products, like the hyaluronic acid serum, are safer and more natural for the skin. Protect the skin and fight the signs of aging with the help of this serum. Best of all, it comes in a small 1 fl. oz. bottle so you can take it in your carry-on. 

Argan Oil  

A common skin care essential to remember to pack is Argan Oil. With lots of Vitamin E and essential fatty oils, Argan Oil helps the skin to heal and repair itself after a long day of damage. Whether it’s damage from UV rays or exposure, you won’t want to travel without a bottle of Argan Oil. Offered in a 2 fl. oz. bottle, this is also safe to pack in your carry-on. 

Dark Circle Eye Cream 

If your fellow passengers are a bit noisy and the travel pillow is less than comfy, you may not sleep well on your flight. With a dark circle eye cream, you can feel confident that when you arrive at your destination the skin around your eyes won’t be puffy and irritated. The cream comes in a .5 fl. oz. bottle so make sure it is in your carry-on as well. 

Come prepared with the best skin care products for traveling and worry less about the stress of flying. Don’t forget to pack a refill bottle in your checked luggage so you aren’t flying empty handed on your return flight.

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