Here's Why You Need to Put on a Face Mask During a Long Flight
In case you didn't know yet, air travel is a wrecking ball in the beauty department. Low cabin humidity sucks moisture out of your skin, which results to surprise zits popping out of nowhere. Long-haul flights are especially worse (say you're headed to New York or Paris), and the aftermath will definitely not be as forgiving as compared to when you were in a one-hour flight from Manila to Caticlan. And while we know that slapping on a sheet mask mid-flight at 40,000 feet may sound ridiculous (what with strangers potentially throwing weird glances your way), we still strongly recommend doing so to help you combat skin dehydration.
Whether you're flying coach or first class, forget about trying to look cool beside your fellow passenger (who you probably won't see again anyway) and put skin care above all else. Below are some moisturizing masks you might want to consider packing in your carry-on bag:
Innisfree It's Real Squeeze Mask in Aloe, P125, Calyxta.com
Dr. Wu Micro Inject Hydrating Mask with Hyaluronic Acid, P275, Calyxta.com
Banila Co. It Radiant Lace Hydrogel Mask Sheet in Moisturizing, P240, Glorietta 4
Etude House Skin Note! Deep Moisturizing Hydrogel Mask, P148, SM Mall of Asia
Caolion Freshly Hydro Sheet Mask, P385, Sephora.ph
This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.