Ready For Takeoff: 4 Jetsetters Share Their In-flight Beauty Essentials
July 6, 2018 | BY Hong Kong Tatler
Feiping Chang, Esther Sham, Sarah Zhuang and René Chu reveal their secrets—and secret weapons—for looking great at 35,000 feet
Feiping Chang, influencer
My two in-flight essentials are Cetaphil’s Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths followed by any hydrating Korean sheet mask or Charlotte Tilbury’s Dry Sheet Mask. I always carry SK-II’s Facial Treatment Essence in a spray bottle to hydrate on the go. Drinking lots of water, taking B complex vitamins and exfoliating with gentle acids are my tips for staying radiant and energetic.
Esther Sham, founder of Maison Es and Ta Pantry
Natura Bissé’s SOS Instant Rescue Serum is a must-bring for emergency breakouts, while Clé de Peau Beauté’s La Crème is the best for keeping my skin moist without clogging the pores. I also love John Masters Organics’ Rose & Aloe Hydrating Toning Mist, especially since it’s okay to spray even with make-up on. For a long-haul flight, I put on Shiseido’s Benefiance Pure Retinol Face Mask before my beauty rest.
Sarah Zhuang, founder and creative director of Sarah Zhuang Jewellery
I always carry a bottle of La Roche-Posay’s Thermal Spring Water when I’m flying. It’s so light and soothing, and it really freshens up my skin on a flight. Don’t forget to take a good sunscreen. I used to love tanning but it really damaged my skin, so now I make sure it’s very well protected from the sun whenever I travel.
René Chu, founder and creative director of Revè by Renè
It’s so important to have products that nourish and replenish dry skin on flights. I always take Amore Pacific’s Moisture Bound Skin Energy Mist. It leaves the skin super dewy.
I also love La Mer’s Genaissance de la Mer The Infused Lotion and use it to massage my face. Other essentials are antibacterial hand wipes, lip gloss (current favourite is Glossier’s Birthday Balm Dotcom) and sunglasses (such as Revé by René’s The Minions collection).
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