The Beauty ListTwo Face Masks To Always Bring With You On Vacay by Alyson July 4, 2017Quench your skin’s thirst after a day of traveling. Whether your traveling 16 hours or traveling 2 hours away, your skin can always use a little TLC. We all know airplane air is extremely drying (it’s actually dryer than the Sahara Desert) and the lack of humidity in the air can directly affect the dryness of your skin. But even if you’re not jumping on a plane, the stress from traveling alone can upset your skin. So to help combat dryness, bring with you two types of masks that are super easy to travel with. Eye Masks Your eyes are usually the first sign of tiredness, so to help fight fatigue or dryness, eye masks are the way to go. The Musely Hydrogel Eye Masks fights dark circles, wrinkles, and keeps your under eyes moisturized while traveling. I’ve seen the best results when I wear them for at least a few hours to overnight. They’re also great to wear after traveling to fight fatigue. Sheet Masks There are tons of sheet masks to choose from depending on your skin type but even if you’re dry or oily, we can all benefit from moisture after traveling. Wearing a sheet mask on a plane may not be realistic for most people, so I like to pamper myself when I’m back at the hotel room. The Garnier Moisture Bomb sheet masks are not only affordable, but there’s a mask for different types of skin concerns.