We can't stress enough how critical it is to maintain your skin hydrated when traveling, especially in flight. The humidity level on a plane cabin is known to be less than 20%. For an easier comparison, our home is usually well above 30%. Since the difference might seem significant, the lack of moisture in the air visibly wreaks havoc on your skin. People with long flights usually experience from dryness to breakouts. Hydration is the key, so look for the products that emphasize the nutrients and ingredients in their formulas that promote hydration is the route you want to take. In addition, your skin would like to get moisturized on a well-cleansed face.
If you are going to be on a plane soon, check this blog with in-flight skincare routine.