In-flight beauty: travel essentials
Plane travel is known to wreak havoc on your skin. From stale, recycled air pumping through the cabin to the changes in air pressure, too often we are left with dull, dehydrated, puffy skin with the chance of an imminent breakout.
Luckily, being thousands of miles in the sky gives you the opportunity to give your skin the all-important TLC it needs to dismount the plane with a healthy, fresh glow.
From hero balms that work on everything from cuticles to lips, to the clever in-transit hacks used by celebrities, we've rounded up the products most likely to be found in the carry ons of skin savvy, yoga-practicing, cashmere tracksuit-wearing flyers.
You may not class yourself as a germaphobe, but a good wipe down of surrounding surfaces (the screen, the service tray and hand rest, for example) is a bright idea when flying. Neal's Yard's Organic Defence sanitiser works on both skin and surroundings, thanks to its spray bottle design.
We've made sure that each selection below is free from lingering, chemical-heavy scents that might disturb surrounding passengers.
From left to right:
Aēsop Resurrection Rinse-Free Hand Wash, £7. Buy it here
Byredo Suede Hand Sanitiser, £25. Buy it here
Neal's Yard Organic Defence Hand Spray, £6.50. Buy it here
Margaret Dabbs Hydrating Hand Sanitiser, £25. Buy it here