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Travel Essentials for a Long flight

img_3385Caudalie Resveratrol (lift) Face Lifting Soft Creme

This arrived just in time!  Caudalie Resveratrol Face Lifting Soft Creme is just what I need right now!  I’m busy packing for a 17 hour (yes, 17 hour!) flight and this is coming with me.  I’m going to decant some of the cream into a small pot for the flight, to keep my skin baby soft.  It feels fabulous with an instant lifting and smoothing effect.  I’ll take the big pot in my luggage to use twice a day.

If you want to try it, click on the link on the right hand side of my page.  Everyday sun, pollution and stress have a negative affect on our skin but long haul flights REALLY are not good and so I need my Caudalie products even more than usual! I have used Caudal for years because of the amazing results and because they are made from natural ingredients.

My In Flight Products

I fly Business or First Class always but usually reject the airline beauty bag.  They often contain headache-inducing artificial perfumed products which is the last thing I need, I stick to my own tried and tested products.  Caudalie moisturiser, Caudalie Beauty Elixir, lip balm, Lavender oil, Evian facial mist, eye drops plus some face wipes and I am good to go.

img_3770Caudalie Beauty Elixir

Sleep is the best possible beauty treatment, especially on a plane.  Try and take an overnight flight, put on your PJ’s and some relaxing music and SLEEP!  Take a sleeping pill if you have trouble sleeping on board. I take a Boroca pill when I wake up (dissolvable Vitamin C) and drink loads of water to rehydrate.  Spray my face liberally with the Evian water facial spray and then the Caudalie Beauty Elixir.

A squirt of your favourite perfume is very uplifting in a stuffy airline cabin.  I use Serge Lutyens Nuit de Cellophane decanting some into a small perfume mister so I can take it on the plane.



A massage does wonders for those aching muscles when you arrive at the hotel or change flights.  Shower and slather yourself in oil.  My best tips for arriving refreshed are sleep, avoid alcohol and drink loads of water!

Follow my tips to avoid jet lag:

Switch your watch to your destination time a couple of hours into the flight and before you go to sleep on the plane.  Avoid eating too much, never drink alcohol and drink 2 litres of water throughout the flight.  Sleep and keep your face and body moisturised and hydrated.  Use eye drops to avoid dry eyes. Use DVT socks.  Get up and walk about to get your circulation going whenever you are awake.

I hope these tips help, let me know if you have any of your own to add here!


Caudalie link on the right side of my page.

http://www.caudalie.com  http://www.caudalie.com/uk