Flying is bad news for your skin
Whenever you travel on an airplane or sit through a long car, bus, or train ride, it's easy to end up looking tired and messy. Jet lag, exhaustion, and being cramped into a small seating area can contribute to a rumpled look. To put it bluntly, unless your last name is Kardashian or Trump, flying is bad news for your skin.
Changes in temperature, humidity and ultra-dry airplane air can all do a number on your skin—even before the "fasten seat belt" sign goes off. But it is where you have to be when you land, that can cause some serious stress. Attending a party, a presentation or even businessnes meeting means you have to be at your glamourous best. So, here's my tip for you for the next time you jump on a plane.
Don't forget to prepare your skin
I just got back from a trip to Athens, and of course, I packed carry-on friendly versions of my favorite makeup. But more importantly, I didn't forget to prepare my skin for after the flight & also remembering that the Greek sun is more than my skin is used to – because I wanted to look at my glamorous best. So I packed these two new amazing masks by DERMAGLAM from Duty Free James Richardson I've heard about a while ago and wanted to give them a try. Scroll down for more!
Mask I: After Flight Pampering
After landing, and checking into Cape Sounio Grecotel Exclusive Resort, I grabbed my new Dermaglam's Exclusive After Flight Mask ***AVAILABLE EXECULSIVELY AT THE DUTY FREE JAMES RICHARDSON*** First I cleansed my face & the I indulged in this revitalizing, refreshing and calming superfine mask. I leaved it on for 15 Minutes to Moisturize, calm And revitalize my skin after the flight. The intense nourishment, gives my skin an immediate boost of energy.
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Mask II: For Pampered, Rejuvenated And Glowing Looking Skin In 20 Minutes