After a long flight (or a long day at work) a face mask is my go-to for relaxing and restoring my skin from the sun or dry air on the plane. There are a few masks I pack because I can always count on them for consistent results but as you will quickly realize, it doesn’t take me long to find new ones in a different country.
There are so many different wipes you can pack in your carry-on for efficiency. I tested Stila moisturizing wipes because “ready for take off” was a match made it marketing heaven as far as I’m concerned. I now use Bioderma Sensibo H2O wipes on a regular basis but also recommend Simple Kind to Skin Micellar wipes.
I have tried every Miss Spa mask I can find in Target. A 20-minute hydrate sheet mask is just what I need after a long flight. I also buy que bella masks at Target and pack them from time to time. My skin has a love hate relationship with them. Sometimes it loves them and other times not so much. Maybe I shouldn’t fall asleep with them on? That could be it.
While in Vienna, I walked into a few places looking for masks with success! Now my American readers are probably thinking, “you’re crazy” right about now but Aber ich spreche deutsch. I was buying all of the masks because I knew I couldn’t find them back home. I have tried them all and they are amazing. If you’re going to Vienna, they aren’t expensive so don’t think you’re going to be spending all of your Euros on skincare products.