In-Flight Skincare Tips for Flawless Skin
When you are 40,000ft above the earth, your skin will begin to suffer. The cabin has very low humidity which dries skin up. For oily complexions, this can lead to an overproduction of sebum. With time zone changes, your skin's rhythm is disrupted and sometimes it will have difficulty adapting to its new environment. Lack of sleep causes cortisol, the stress hormone, to be released, which is responsible for the appearance of flushed skin. Here is how you can protect your skin from looking grey and tired after a long-haul flight and maintain your radiant glow.