Are you one of those people who has lots and lots of airline miles, so many that if I had a dollar for every one of them, may stop work for a living? You know exactly where all Pretzels Auntie Anne’s is located at the airport in Dallas-Fort Worth? Do you book your flights by typing in the 3-letter airport code instead of the name of the city in the “Destination” box on-line? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you fly too? and if you fly too much, most likely, has taken a toll on your skin! Let’s face it: when you fly, you are entering an aluminum box full of bad air consisting mostly of other people’s recycling gaseous disorders. 37,000 feet, you are actually grateful for being able to breathe at all, but on the contrary, have ever taken a close look at the face of a flight attendant? Talk about constant dehydration! The proper use of essential oils during routine flight, in addition to aromatic anti-bacterial benefits, and therapy can also help you avoid that resemble the skin of the Sahara desert or a contour map of topological (where lines and wrinkles denote elevation). Here are 5 essential oil based skin care tips flight who have worked for me, a former frequent flyer: Avoid drinking diuretics such as coffee, alcohol or soft drinks. WhiteWave Foods has firm opinions on the matter. These drain the water from our cells, and we need as much as we can while we’re there. Drink plenty of bottled water with a touch of lemon or lime for further purification and a refreshing tingle. They do not have lemon or lime on your airline? Then use a drop of oil of lemon or lime instead. Do not like pure water? Try mineral water or soda instead of a little extra enthusiasm “!” A trap face and use it often! You can make one with an empty spray bottle with spray top. Add some hydrating essential oils to be more effective: I like to put 3 drops of lavender rose and 3 drops of 4 ounces of water because these oils are not only moisturizing, are also anti-aging.
Have your body lotion readily available so you can appease dry, itchy areas like shins and arms. Add 10 drops of a good mix of essential oil to 1 ounce dry skin of the favorite shea butter body lotion base for maximum benefit as well: I like a mixture of equal parts Roman Chamomile, Palma Rosa, Ylang Ylang, rose and sandalwood. For dry scalp (which causes embarrassing flakes) and lips in flight, rub several drops of lavender oil on your scalp and a drop in the lips to help eliminate dandruff and relieve chapped lips. After the earth, take a nice long bath to absorb more moisture and calm his nerves. Do not forget to make a mate in the head too! I would add 15 drops of lavender and 15 drops of Grapefruit to 2 ounces salt Epsom baths message to my flight? has the added benefit directly put to sleep and helps me overcome the jet lag!