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Sincerely Brooklyn is a lifestyle blog that provides cultural commentary of my life in Brooklyn. With cultural insight and perspective, this is a creative outlet for the beauty obsessed, social and political observer in constant pursuit of great food, great company and fun times. 


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In Flight Skin Care



I want to have gorgeous skin until I die. And I intend on it. Although I love to travel, I like to do so without getting acne or increasing the dryness in my skin. As soon as I board my flight and we begin to take off, I immediately wipe my hands with a baby wipe or cleansing wipe. I then wipe off any BB Cream I may have on my skin with Cetaphil Cleansing Wipes. After that, I spray my skin with Caudalie to ensure hydration. I usually have a ton of masks and try to put on a hydrating mask sheet for 30-45 minutes. Afterwards, I use the First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream to lather all over my face, neck, and hands. I usually go to sleep shortly after. 



If I am on a flight that is 5 or more hours, I will refresh my skin every 2-3 hours with Caudalie Grape Water spray. When the flight is near its end, I start to refreshen my face again. I usually wash my hands with baby wipes to ensure I don't touch my face with dirty hands. I use an instant depuffing eye mask from Sephora. I may then exfoliate my  face using a exfoliating cloth or I may just use a cleansing wipe to wipe it down before I add additional moisturizer. I also carry a ton of samples to make sure I don't take up a lot of room in my carry on. I moisturize my face with a heavy moisturizer again. 

I hope that's helpful. Planes will strip your skin of hydration and you should make sure you are staying hydrated by drinking lots of water especially on really long flights.