SKY-HIGH MOISTURE LOSS
You are now arriving at your destination: dry skin. Flying on aeroplanes can lead to skin dryness because the pressurized air in the cabin contains virtually no humidity. While you are soaring 30,000 feet in the air, moisture is being stripped from your skin’s protective outer layer (also called the stratum corneum). This leads to itchiness and discomfort – the last thing that you need after sharing an armrest. To avoid dry skin that is caused by flying, refrain from drinking alcohol on the flight. It will only dry you out more. Instead, drink lots of water before, during and after your voyage.
It is important to remember that, when it comes to dry skin relief, there is prevention and there is repairing. Sun, dry winter air, air-conditioning and travelling by plane are just a few of the common dry skin causes, and the solutions are (thankfully) quite simple. To heal skin that is already dry, you should moisturise regularly with a lotion that is designed to repair dryness and offer relief. From the first application, a restoring lotion will replenish the skin’s flexibility, its ability to seal in water, and will fill in the cracks to give your skin a smoother feel and appearance. With regular use, you can experience restored, repaired skin every day.
If you are struggling with dry skin that needs some TLC, be sure to give Vaseline Intensive Care
a try – not only will your skin feel soft and smooth, but you skin’s moisture will also be restored after just one application.