Have you ever felt your skin simply resents you after you’ve stepped out onto the tarmac following hours in the air? You’re not alone. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), air in the pressurized cabins of planes is often below 20% humidity. This low humidity can cause skin dryness, making your face feel tight and uncomfortable.
Do you travel a lot? Take care of your skin during your trips with our recommendations and tips. And have a nice journey!