Travel Beauty: What to Pack in your Carry-on

Travel Beauty, Beach Bag MakeupTaking advantage of the end of summer with a vacation? Try these five beauty essentials to ensure you have your best flight experience yet. Everyone knows long plane journeys can wreak havoc on your skin and leave your face looking tired and dull. Keep your complexion fresh and beautiful with these travel beauty must-haves. Bring them in your carry-on and go straight from the plane to your next adventure.

Hydration Sprays are the BEST product to bring with you on the plane. Not only do they refresh your skin with a light fragrance, but they also keep it hydrated in the dry cabin environment. Another added bonus is they are TSA friendly at 3 fl. oz. Additionally, all three of our Hydration Sprays have ECOCERT’s Natural and Organic certification!

A refillable brush, like our Refill-Me Refillable Brush, is great for travel because it won’t spill and it makes application fast and easy. You can also fill it with any loose powder from foundation to physical sunscreen for quick application.

Hand cream is a necessity on flights. Use our HandDrink Hand Lotion with SPF 15 on your hands and body. Even in the air we are exposed to the sun’s harmful rays. The SPF in HandDrink protects your body while soothing and smoothing dry skin.

Apply the perfect splash of color with a rose-hued tinted lip balm, like Forever Pink Just Kissed Lip & Cheek Stain or Flirt LipDrink SPF 15 Lip Balm. Cut down on the products you bring, by using the lip balm as a lip color, blush and eye shadow. Not to mention, their hydrating properties are perfect for a long flight.

Mystikols are a quick fix for tired, travel worn eyes. Use the the darker side as an eye shadow and eye liner. Then, use the light side as a highlighter to make you look even more awake. It’s a small product that packs a big punch.

We hope that these five products help you pack light and enjoy your flight. Share your favorite travel beauty products with us on Instagram using #travelessentials @janeiredale. Happy flying!

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