Nothing is worse than getting off the plane and feeling swollen, swollen and dry. There are a few reasons for this: When you are at high altitude, your body (and skin) needs to adapt quickly to sudden pressure and temperature changes. It does not help that the air in airplanes is constantly being circulated, which makes them much drier than you are used to. Add to that a lack of firm beauty sleep, and you have a recipe for dehydrated and dull skin and hair.
"The key is that your skin does not dry out," says New York-based dermatologist Heidi Waldorf. In other words, "It's not the time for a retinoid. It's not the time for a scrub. It's not time for anything to dry anything." However, it is time for a little more moisture. Look for moisturizing, gentle and soothing ingredients that help prevent dryness. (Read More: 1
Ahead, any travel beauty you need to stay hydrated and refreshed during the flight, no matter how long you are in the air