Long Haul Beauty Essentials

Here are my top beauty essentials for a long haul flight. Remember all products that contain liquid, gel & Pastes must be under 100...


Here are my top beauty essentials for a long haul flight. Remember all products that contain liquid, gel & Pastes must be under 100ml and placed in a clear plastic bag.

Looking after yourself while your travelling at 38,000 feet will ensure you arrive at your destination feeling refreshed.



 Face

I always remove my make up first using the Garnier Micellar Extra Gentle cleansing wipes, I then wipe over my skin using the Garnier Micellar water which removes any left over make up and makes my skin feel really clean & refreshed. I then smother my face in the Nivea rich moisturising day cream, I then finish off with the hyaluronic acid spray by B Hydrated, hyaluronic acid is perfect for long haul flights as it can hold 1000 times its weight in water which makes it super hydrating, I apply moisturiser and hyaluronic acid every hour while in the air. Don't forget it's really important to drink plenty of water whilst up in the air.


I like to keep myself feeling and smelling fresh so every so often I apply a roll on deodorant, I use this roll on by Sanex, it has a really fresh scent and I just really like it! I spritz myself with some So..? floral fresh spray just before landing and of course everyone wants fresh breath, I'm not personally a huge fan of airplane toilets, I have a thing about germs and I avoid them as much as I can so I prefer not to brush my teeth in the toilet so instead I use CB12 breath spray which is perfect for freshening up your mouth and breath which can become a bit stale after a long day of travelling, its perfect for using on the go, it fits perfectly into your handbag! 


Like I said before, I have a thing about germs, I always carry my hand sanitizer and cleansing wipes. as soon as I take my seat on the plane, I wipe down the tray table, TV screen, arm rests, seat belt and anything else I'll be touching, planes are riddled with germs, you don't want to become ill while on your holiday!


Lastly, I'm a really nervous flier, I never fly without my medication prescribed by my doctor for flying. Whilst the medication definitely helps to calm me down, I found this anti stress spray from Primark to be really helpful, it cost just £1 and its small enough to just pop in your handbag, I found it really useful to help with sleeping too!



So that is my long haul flight beauty essentials, I hope you found it helpful :-)


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