Why does my skin always break out after a flight?
Low-humidity air inside planes draws moisture from anything it can—including skin. So, dry skin gets drier and oily skin increases oil-production to compensate for lack of hydration. Flaky, dead cells sit on the surface of skin, trapping oil and bacteria underneath, which clog pores. During the flight, oily skin types should use blotting sheets. For dry skin types, apply moisturizer pre- and mid-flight. Regardless of skin type, it’s important to deep clean skin as soon as you get to your destination. Cleanse with an exfoliating wash and facial cleansing brush to thoroughly remove buildup. Also, planes are not the cleanest of places, so keep hands away from your face to minimize the transfer of bacteria.
Physiogel Calming Relief Face Cream Rich, P850. Mary Kay Skinvigorate Facial Cleansing Brush,
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Olay Regenerist Advanced AntiAging Cleanser, 100 ml, P299.