In-Flight Beauty Essentials Bazaar Editors Swear By
BY Gemma Deeks /
Jul 13 2017 /
You may be 39,000 feet above ground, but your skincare routine shouldn't be forgotten. We've rounded up the products we don't dare get on a flight without from hydrating masks that banish dry skin to gentle cleansers to avoid pesky breakouts — you'll step off the plane fresh-faced and flawless without a trace of jet-lag. You're welcome.
Skin Hydrating Booster, Dhs259, Dermalogica
"I mix this into my moisturizer or apply directly to thirsty skin if I've been travelling for a long time. It minimizes the appearance of fine lines and relives dry, taut skin"
Pomegranate Noir Cologne 30ml, Dhs300, Jo Malone
"This sits on the skin for a 12-hour flight without budging and has a sweet scent that's not too overpowering'
Hydrating Conditioning Lip Balm, Dhs170, Chanel
"Applying this lip balm during the flight avoids dry, chapped lips and ensures they are healthy, protected and hydrated. Plus I love the smooth gliding formula"
Multi Miracle Glow Cleanser, Mask and Balm, Dhs180, Charlotte Tilbury at Net-a-Porter
"This is three products in one pot and you can't see it on your face. When you wipe it off it also cleans and moisturizes so you don't need to bring multiple products"
Moisterizing Mask, Dhs138, Caudalie
"This boosts the skins moister levels and re-hydrates parched skin. I apply for 15 minutes until its absorbed and then rub in the access"
Cuticle Oil To Go, Dhs42, O.P.I
"My hands get dry whilst travelling so I'll apply a cuticle oil and then a hand cream to keep them soft"
Thermal Spring Water, Dh83, Avène
"I spray this water on my face every hour during the flight to keep my complexion hydrated and also as a refresher after a long flight"
Eye Contour Mask, Dhs495, Sisley
"As soon as I get on the plane, I apply the mask under my eyes and leave for the duration of the flight. It stops me getting lines and that tired look"
All Purpose Skin Cream, Dhs95, Egyptian Magic
"I use this for everything, as a lip balm, to hydrate dry patches of skin, for blisters. It really is mutli-purpose and quite literally magic"