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Best Eye Masks for Travel

by Anne Flannery

Dec 18, 2018

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One of the hardest parts of travel is what it does to your skin. Whether you travel for work or pleasure, it can wreak havoc on your skin’s moisture barrier, not to mention what multiple time zones and extra screen time does to your eyes. There is no replacement for hydration, moisturizer and getting enough sleep, but when that is not possible make sure to step up your eye mask game to ensure you are feeling your best.

There are a lot of treatments out there, but if you don’t want to carry around bottles of serums and creams, invest in some good masks. When you are on a long-haul flight and not going to be exposed to the sun for hours, something with retinol in it is sure to be helpful.

Shiseido’s Benefiance Wrinkle Resist 24 Pure Retinol Eye Mask is a great place to begin. Put these on and fall asleep. They will dry up on their own. If you are particularly sensitive to Retinol, you will want to limit your exposure and adhere to the recommended 15-20 minute application instructions.

If you do have sensitive skin, try Klorane’s Soothing and Relaxing Eye Patches with Cornflower. Both of these products come in individual packages and travel well.

 

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