3 skin care secrets to protect your skin from damage while flying
“I end up making my face look like a glazed donut every time,” adds Zubrytskyi. By this, she means lagging, which involves applying a thicker, more occlusive moisturizer over your regular moisturizer to lock in moisture.
“Flying is one of the most dehydrating things you can do because of the super low humidity,” she explains; hence why this step is one of her main ones.
you could opt for petrolatum-based products (ie any products with mineral oil), but they’re not necessarily the best for every skin type, and they’re not so great for the environment either. Instead, try layering a face oil over your moisturizer for occlusive benefits without the stickiness.