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13 Products That’ll Help You Survive Your Next Long-Haul Flight

There are some nasty long-haul flight side effects — crying babies, snoring seatmates, lack of legroom — that no passenger can prevent. But showing up to your destination dehydrated, puffy-faced, and with a (natural) oil-slicked updo? That's entirely on you. Below, 13 items that'll help soothe your travel woes.


Binchotan Eye Mask

This charcoal-infused satin mask helps rejuvenate skin reducing the appearance of tired, puffy eyes and eases you off to sleep.

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Glossier Balm Dotcom

Cult beauty brand Glossier has made a name for itself with exceptionally easy-to-use essentials (and cute AF packaging). Their multipurpose lip balm and skin salve is a must on the road; it's formulated with natural emollients and antioxidants which hydrate dry skin and seal in moisture. Go for the cherry balm and you'll also benefit from a little added color.

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This Works In Transit No Traces

These rosewater and wild mint-infused cleansing pads were specifically made for travel. Moisturize dehydrated skin, restore your skin's pH balance, and remove any wayward makeup with This Works' repairing plant oils.

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Huzi Travel Pillow

Travel pillows are a very divisive product, and we get that—they are pretty dorky looking. But when you're staring down a 12+hour flight, they're a necessary evil. The Huzi Infinity Pillow is our pick thanks to its versatile design.

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Bumble and Bumble Dry Shampoo

Long flights = missed showers = greasy hair, and that ain't cute. Pack this travel-sized dry shampoo to extend the shelf-life of your 'do. The oil-absorbing, sulfate-free formula works well with all types of hair—straight, curly, wavy, name it.

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Verso Skincare Reviving Eye Mask

Looking to eliminate puffiness, dark circles, and dryness? Slap on these ultra-hydrating, retinol 8-infused eye masks. The tiny under-eye pads provide up to 30 hours of moisturization.

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C by Bloomingdale's Cashmere Wrap

This cozy cashmere number pulls triple duty, functioning not only as a wrap, but also as a blanket and scarf. We never fly without one.

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Herbivore Botanicals Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Face Mist

The rehydrating, youth-boosting, inflammation reducing, and healing properties of coconut water, hibiscus flower, hazel, and aloe vera combine in this adorable 'lil mist. Spritz your face a few times over the course of your flight and your skin will be in much better shape when you hit the tarmac.

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Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones II

Bose QC rose to the top of the wireless headphone game with world-class noise-cancelling capability, easy Bluetooth pairing, and 20 hours of battery life. Now, their second edition offers all that and built-in Google Assistant so you can play music, receive texts, and more without even having to touch your phone.

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Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet

In case you didn't hear it yet—carriers could soon be eliminating seatback monitors and moving in-flight entertainment entirely to apps. That means you'll want to come prepped with a smartphone or Netflix-enabled tablet. The Amazon Fire HD 8 has up to 12 hours of battery life and allows you to connect to all your favorite streaming services.

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IT Cosmetics Confidence in a Cream Moisturizer

Reduce the look of pores, eliminate redness, and infuse your skin with extra moisture with this quick-absorbing cream. The travel size jar is ideal for throwing in your carry-on.

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Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers

Rid your T-zone of excess oil with Tatcha's 23k-gold-infused blotters. Made from all-natural abaca leaf, the papers won't dry out your skin or remove your makeup, so they're perfect for mid-flight use.

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S’Well Water Bottle

Air travel is notoriously de-hydrating When we're on the go, you'll always find a stainless steel S'well bottle in our bag; they're non-toxic, non-leaching, and keep our water cold for 24 hours.

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