Airplanes have excessively dry air, and you can’t exactly carry out your normal skin care routine on a flight. While a comfortable level of humidity in the air is around 35-50% humidity, airplane cabin air is often less than 20% humidity. That’s good for your flight safety, but not so good for your skin. While applying moisturizing cream beforehand and drinking lots of water can help, sometimes you have to take it to the next level: face masks. Perfect for long flights, facemasks can help keep skin hydrated. Slide one on when the cabin lights go dim, no one will even notice (hopefully).
When it comes to facemasks, the world is the limit for keeping skin moisturized. We’ve listed the top Amazon travel facemasks to slip into your carry-on for your next flight. Happy flight masking!