Given all of the restrictions on gels and liquids on flights, it can be difficult to figure out whether you should stow certain beauty products in your checked bag or carry-on. For long flights especially, there are certain beauty products that you’ll want to have on hand to freshen up. Here’s a list of essential beauty products that you can feel good about and keep handy in your carry-on:
5 Must-Have Beauty Products For Your Flight Carry-On
Long flights can wreak havoc on your skin, so prep your face before you fly with Sircuit Cosmeceuticals’ Molecular Mist. A couple spritzes on your face and neck will refresh, plump and hydrate the skin; protect against UV ray damage, protects against environmental aggressors; and combats dehydration.
Keep your lips soft and hydrated on long hauls with Herbivore’s lip butter. Available in flavors ranging from rose to mint, these all-natural butters are made with Shea butter and essential oils for luxuriously smooth lips.
Don’t fall victim to the stuffiness of airplanes or stress sweating with Soapwalla’s infamous deodorant cream. Made with superfine vegetable powders and clays, as well as essential oils, this cream absorbs moisture and ensures a freshness that will last all day.
Finally, an eyeshadow that you can feel good about. 100 Percent Pure’s flax seed pigmented eyeshadow is a long-lasting formula made from vitamin rich fruit pigments rather than harsh dyes. Just swipe over lids for a little sparkle and shine that lasts all day!
Recommended App: Misfit
They say that the start to a great beauty routine is a good night’s rest, so prevent puffy eyes and dark circles with Misfit. This app allows you to track your sleeping schedule to ensure that you’re getting your beauty rest, as well as tracks your daily exercise activities and personal goals.
Emphasize your eyes and hide your jet lag with a bit of Alima Pure’s luminous shimmer eyeliner. This cream eyeliner features mineral pigments that add just a bit of shimmer to brighten your eyes and keep the focus on your pretty peepers.
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