Drying Effects of Flying.
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Many choose to wear a little bit of makeup before a flight, while we are browsing the stores in the departure hall. Once we get on the plane however it is good to remove it and start the in-flight skincare with a clean face – although this step is not essential on shorter flights. BIOEFFECT Micellar Cleansing Water is gentle yet effective; the cleansing micelles work like magnets for oil and dirt while four hydrating agents moisturize and tone the skin. Simply soak a cotton pad with BIOEFFECT Micellar Cleansing Water and gently sweep over the face, neck, and eyes, repeating until the cotton pad comes away clean.
Most of us are aware of the drying effects of flying. This is due to the recirculated air and the fact that humidity levels on airplanes are vastly different to what we're used to. A comfortable indoor humidity level is at 40-60 percent but most airplane cabin humidity levels are at around 20 percent. This low humidity completely dehydrates dry skin types, which become tight and flaky, but on the flip-side it causes oily skin types to produce more oil to compensate for the dehydration, which can then block pores and cause pimples or blemishes.