Those with oily skin should also consider adding a bottle of micellar water suited to their skin type to their dehydration survival kit, in case oil blotting sheets alone are not enough to mattify the T-zone. Don’t forget that if your micellar water comes in a bottle that holds more than 100 ml (the maximum quantity allowed on board), you’ll need to transfer some into small plastic travel containers so that it doesn’t get confiscated when you pass through security. A new beauty trend that’s ideal for flying is face mask sheets, which are available for all types of skin. Give them a try—as long as you don’t mind scaring the person sitting next to you! Since it’s hard to sleep comfortably on a plane, many travellers choose to read or have their own personal movie marathon. That’s when eye drops come in handy—say goodbye to redness and dryness! Combine them with an eye contour treatment like an under-eye smoothing patch.