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Happy Friday my beauties!!! As promised, I’m going to share with you my essentials for keeping skin hydrated and fresh when traveling by air!

My in-flight essentials!

Has your skin ever felt so dehydrated after a long flight? Worried about underage circles from taking that RedEye or waking up super early to get there on time? Here are my 3 keys to de-planing with perfect skin!

Mask, Massage, Hydrate

Step One: Mask

As most of you know, I am ga-ga for sheet masks. They deliver powerful hydration, nutrients, and even provide exfoliation for the skin with ZERO mess- perfect for air travel! Pictured above is Patchology’s “Just Let it Glow” Mood Mask, with three key ingredients:

  • Pear Fruit – Helps skin regain moisture
  • Seaberry Extract – Delivers potent antioxidants
  • Niacinamide – Evens out skin tone

Patchology is a GREAT company for sheet masks. I am also obsessed with Angela Caglia’s “Facial in a Mask” (of COURSE I am!)

Step Two: Massage

Angela Caglia’s Rosebud Eye Treatment Set-When traveling, I rely on this set to de-puff and rejuvenate my skin in the most portable way possible! (You know I love a good rose quartz roller too- but the eye buds fit right so easily into my carry on!) While the sheet mask is on, I will perform a lymphatic drainage massage with the eye buds over my entire face. (Need tips? You can see my post on lymphatic massage using tools here) This light massage helps to drain excess fluid, contour my jawline and also helps with under puffiness! Gold while traveling!

Step Three: Hydrate

After I remove the sheet mask (and massage the rest of the contents in) I really like to lock in the moisture using a Rosewater Spray (and in this cute container that is less than 3.4oz!) Also, DRINK YOUR WATER!! Stay hydrated from the inside out, even if that means more bathroom breaks! Your skin will thank you! Also, if you want an extra boost for underage puffiness, you can use a separate eye mask after the sheet mask!

I’ve linked more sheet masks and some of the products in the widgets below! Enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by! XOXO, Ashli

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