In-Flight Beauty Regimen

May 23, 2016 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

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Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner – will you be escaping for a little getaway? If you have plans to travel by plane, it’s important to be prepared to take good care of your skin while you are in flight. Recirculated air and low humidity inside the cabinet can dry out your skin, stimulating it to produce more oil. Today, we will be sharing an in-flight beauty regimen with boscia essentials to help you get your complexion glowing in time for landing! Beauty Tip -> Due to TSA regulations, don’t forget to decant your skincare products in travel-size containers while packing!

Give your skin a quick, deep, mess-free cleanse with our Black Charcoal Cleansing Cloths and forget the hassle of washing your face with water and cleanser in the tiny aircraft bathroom. These cloths are infused with a pore treatment blend that not only deep cleanses the skin, but also helps minimize pores for a smooth-looking complexion!

Provide your skin with its first layer of hydration after cleansing with our Balancing Facial Tonic. This spray tonic does not require cotton pads; just one spritz soothes, restores, and refreshes your skin with its gentle lavender water-infused formula.Flight Combined

Due to the low humidity on planes, a toner and a moisturizer may not be enough to keep your skin well-hydrated throughout the flight. Hydration masks can provide your skin with an immediate, powerful boost of hydration! After toning, apply our Tsubaki Oil Deep Hydration Hydrogel Mask. This mask contains Tsubaki (Camellia) Oil that not only deeply hydrates skin, but also provides anti-aging benefits and protects against free-radical damage. If you are concerned about your neighbors staring at your mask, try our Tsubaki Deep Hydration Sleeping Mask! This mask disappears into skin after you massage it onto your face. Your skin will feel smooth and baby-soft once you reach your destination!

Beauty Tip -> Avoid bringing clay masks or deep-cleaning masks on your flight, since skin is more sensitive under the dry cabinet conditions of the plane.

Next, smooth on moisturizer to seal-in the products you have applied and provide long-term moisture for your skin. It is essential to use a moisturizer that provides UV ray protection since you are closer to the sun when flying at high altitudes. Our Self-Defense Vital Antioxidant Moisture Broad Spectrum SPF 30 contains eight antioxidants from ingredients like rice bran oil and wine extract that not only provide UV ray protection, but also defend skin against environmental stressors and promote elasticity while moisturizing the skin!

Beauty Tip -> Instead of carrying a hand cream or a body lotion, apply your moisturizer onto your hands, elbows, and any other body parts that are dry to keep your luggage light!

Don’t forget your eyes! Your eyes may get puffy and look very tired after sleeping (or not sleeping) during your flight. Our Super-Eye De-Puffing Eye Balm is a non-liquid formula that is light, mess-free, and easy to carry on board. It instantly de-puffs and revives your tired eyes with its cooling and soothing effect!

Lastly, apply our B.B. Cream Light Broad Spectrum SPF 27 PA++ right before landing for glowing, flawless skin! This B.B. cream is a one-step wonder, eliminating your need to carry both foundation and concealer. It adjusts uneven skin tone, provides natural coverage, and conceals imperfections, all while hydrating and soothing your skin!

What are some of your beauty tips for your in-flight skincare routine? What are your essentials in your carry-on skin care bag? Share them with us today!




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