Things not to do on a flight include: drinking wine (dehydrating!), eating the food (because, plane food!), and kicking the seat in front of you (manners!). Things you definitely should do on a flight include: drinking water (hydrating!), slapping on a mask (even more hydrating!), and being polite to the flight attendants (manners!).
While we can’t guarantee you won’t get the seat-mate from hell, we can guarantee you’ll look gorge on arrival with these five flight-ready sheet masks. Don’t leave home without one!
For instant hydration
For an instant moisturising boost, Glamourflage’s Sam Smoulder’s your gal. She’s a natural fibre mask, infused with the goodness of Aussie cactus and centella essence. Pop her on, rest your peepers, and emerge with softer, smoother, more comfortable skin in just 15 – 20 minutes. Too easy!
For a K-Beauty fix
If you’re a Korean beauty addict, get your fix in-flight with PACKage Korea’s Everyday Bouncy Sheet Mask from Australian K-Beauty store, Style Story. You might have to wrestle this one off your little sister cos the packaging is THAT cute. But rest assured what’s inside is serious grown up skincare goods! Ideal for sensitive skin, this delish sheet mask is ultra-thin for maximum absorption. Drenched with nourishing and renewing ingredients like honey extract, hyaluronic acid and fermented yeast extract, it will leave your complexion soft, smooth and radiant.
For some intensive repair work
Aussie skin takes a beating from our harsh environment, which is why smart cookies turn to Trefiel’s Repairing Sheet Mask. We love all their super-luxe hydromasks, but this one’s our pick for undoing Mother Nature’s worst work. With chamomile, aloe and witch hazel, this lace-look beauty calms aggro skin and reduces redness, while smoothing fine lines and plumping up the moisture factor.
For unplugged pores
But while we’re all about combating that dry cabin air, there’s no rule that says you can’t purge your pores as well. Dr. Jart+ Pore Minimalist Black Charcoal Sheet Mask will make short work of your pore blockages and toxins while you make short work of your Mills & Boon. Hypoallergenic and free from parabens and sulphates, this inky in-flight hero uses the dark arts of Korean charcoal, spearmint extract, and arginine to deep clean and refine the skin. Pore-fect.
For an other-worldly glow
Instead of disembarking with skin that’s dead on arrival, pop on Amie’s Daybright Glow Brightening Sheet Mask. Amie’s a vegan, and so are her masks – heavenly soft cloths infused with powerful but gentle natural ingredients. This little beauty is formulated with brightening liquorice root and stimulating coffee, hydration-boosting hyaluronic acid, and conditioning Indian Lotus and Pro-Vitamin B5. Skin is left soft, supple, and close-up ready. No filter required.