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Land Looking Luminous with this Pre-Flight Skincare Routine

Land Looking Luminous with this Pre-Flight Skincare Routine

Traveling can be stressful, and it’s no secret that air travel can take a toll on your skin. The dry, recycled air in airplanes can leave your skin feeling dehydrated, dull, and irritated. This is why it’s important to have a pre-flight skincare routine to help protect and nourish your skin before takeoff.

In this guide, we will take you through the essential steps to creating a pre-flight skincare routine to ensure your skin is glowing and healthy when you reach your destination.

Whether it’s a short or long-haul flight, you can always benefit from a pre-flight skincare routine.


Step 1: Cleanse

Every skincare routine should begin with an invigorating cleanse. This is especially important before a flight because you want to remove any dirt, oil, or makeup that has accumulated on your skin throughout the day. Alongside this, cleansing your skin allows all your skincare products to come to penetrate deeper — and ultimately work better.

Choose a gentle cleanser that will nourish, and not strip your skin of its natural oils. A foaming or gel-based cleanser is a good option for most skin types. Massage the cleanser onto your skin in circular motions and then rinse thoroughly with warm water. Pat your face dry with a clean towel.


Step 2: Exfoliate

Exfoliating is an important step in any skincare routine because it helps to remove dead skin cells and unclog pores. This is particularly important before a flight because the dry air can cause your skin to become flaky and dull. Like cleansing, exfoliation helps other products absorb more effectively. So your antioxidant serums, face mists, and eye creams do their best possible job.

Choose an exfoliator that is suitable and gentle enough for your skin type. A physical exfoliator with fine particles or a chemical exfoliator containing alpha or beta hydroxy acids are good options. The latter, however, are generally better tolerated by most skin types and particularly good for those with dry skin and sensitive skin.

Gently massage the exfoliator onto your skin, avoiding the eye area, and then rinse thoroughly with warm water.


Step 3: Apply a Face Mask

Whether you’re dealing with fine lines, dryness, dullness, breakouts, or discoloration, the right face mask can help alleviate these skin concerns. Not only that, face masks are a great way to unwind and check in with yourself before you board. If you don’t already have one in your beauty routine, start now.


Step 4: Hydrate

Hydrating your skin is crucial before a flight because the dry air in airplanes can dehydrate your skin and leave it feeling tight and uncomfortable. Choose a hydrating serum or moisturizer that will provide your skin with the hydration it needs and protect against dry cabin air. Look for ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and aloe vera, which help to nourish, hydrate, and lock in moisture.

Apply the serum or moisturizer to your face and neck, and gently massage it into your skin. Don’t forget to apply a lip balm to keep your lips moisturized.


Step 5: Protect

Protecting your skin from the sun’s harmful rays is important even when you’re flying. The sun’s rays can penetrate through airplane windows, and the high altitude can increase your exposure to UV radiation.

Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 and apply it to your face, neck, and any other exposed areas of skin. Reapply every two hours, especially if you’re on a long flight.


In-Flight Skincare Tips

In addition to taking care of your skin before flying, you can also indulge in an in-flight skincare routine by packing a few beauty products in your carry-on.

Face mists, sheet masks, and nourishing lotions are all great products for keeping your skin happy while flying. Plus, it’ll give you the chance to enjoy a moment of self-care in the air. Even if you’ve only got a one hour flight, there are plenty of ways you can show your skin some TLC while flying.

Alongside this, remember to pack a water bottle to stay hydrated. This will not only help your skin, but it will also help to prevent jet lag and other travel-related symptoms. Avoid alcohol and caffeine, which can dehydrate your skin and make you feel more tired.

Try some deep breathing exercises or meditation to help calm your mind and reduce stress. And be sure to get some shut eye on the flight. Lack of sleep can lead to dark circles and puffiness under your eyes, which can make you look tired and worn out. Use a travel pillow and eye mask to help you get some sleep, and consider using earplugs or noise-cancelling headphones to block out any noise.


Shop Pre-Flight Skincare Products

Some of our fave formulas for keeping you glowing on-flight — and after.

Glow Mask

This glossy gel mask blends the resurfacing properties of glycolic acid and bakuchiol to reveal your smoothest, freshest complexion. It also treats dark spots, discoloration, and blemishes, while improving overall skin texture and giving skin a nice glowy finish.



Hydrate Serum

Infused with a moisture-locking blend of hyaluronic acid and vitamin B5, Hydrate Serum intensely nourishes, plumps, and hydrates skin for a youthful, radiant complexion that lasts all day. It’s the perfect pre-flight serum for ensuring hours worth of dewiness.



Smooth Serum

Glow up before you even board with this vitamin C-powered face and body serum enhanced with line-smoothing vegan collagen. Your skin will gleam after the very first application. Plus, it helps with everything from fine lines to dark spots and dullness.



Ready to step on and off the plane looking luminous? With a pre-flight skincare routine, you can ensure your skin looks and feels its very best when you land. Instead of arriving at your destination dry, dull, and depleted, land with a glistening glow. Just follow the tips above, and you can always ensure that your skin looks its greatest when flying.


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