Travel Tips for Post-Flight Skin

Vacation season is fast approaching and perhaps you’ve already planned a trip that requires flying. Whether you are traveling overseas and enduring a 10 hour flight or flying domestically for only two hours, the recycled air in the plane cabin can severely parch your skin. Luckily for travelers, Mario Badescu Skin Care offers travel tips that will save all skin types from post-flight dehydration.

Hydro Emollient Cream Our well known ‘in-flight’ cream is a rich formula that is packed with emollients to impart moisture to skin that is dry from high altitudes and arid atmospheres. Herbal Hydrating Serum Unlike most serums that are meant to be worn underneath a moisturizer, this unique, oil-free formula is meant to be layered on top of a moisturizer. As its name indicates, our Herbal Hydrating Serum will restore hydration back into your skin, leaving it looking supple and moist. Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater As you’re stepping off the plane, mist your face with our Facial Spray for a fragrant, instant pick-me-up. It contains soothing Herbal Extracts to perk up thirsty skin. Almond & Honey Face Scrub and Face Mask Upon arriving at your destination, take the time to do a quick, mini DIY facial to rescue a tired, traveled complexion. On a cleansed, damp face, apply our Almond & Honey Face Scrub and rinse with tepid water to reveal fresh, rejuvenated skin. Following the scrub, apply a face mask that is appropriate for your skin type. Check out our blog on Face Masks or our web page on the various Masks we carry to find out which one is best for you. Moisturize Post-DIY facial, apply a moisturizer (again, one that is suitable for your skin type) to hydrate and seal in moisture. Remember: before you venture on your journey via airplane, make sure to invest in our fabulous items and follow our travel tips to save your inevitably dehydrated skin. Happy traveling! For travel inspiration, visit here to see images of some of the most beautiful destinations in the world!
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