Travelling this Christmas? Our top in-flight tips

Meditate

Planes are a perfect undisturbed place to close your eyes and drift off and being in a comfortable upright seated position with not a lot else to do, there is no excuse not to meditate! Try using mala beads, an ancient technique to help retain focus or pre-download for offline listening on your favourite meditation app.

 

Spacemasks £15

 

Our new obsession, this wonder-wellness product provides some seriously beauty inducing shut-eye. These luxe, self-heating eye masks induce relaxation thanks to an infusion of mind and body-calming jasmine and gentle air-activated warmth. Providing instant relief from headaches, tiredness, and eye strain, prepare to transport yourself to cosmic calm.

Pack your own re-useable water bottle

Save your pennies and stay hydrated - Water at the airport is always so horrendously overpriced and almost always in plastic (erm, stop right there!), so we recommend to stay hydrated and keep your eco credentials up, pack your own reusable bottle and ask for a refill.

Mini Oskia Renaissance Mask £14

We recommend leaving this luxuriously textured mask on for the duration of your entire flight to lock in moisture - You'll emerge off the plane with a smoother, more refined and illuminated complexion. Packed with OSKIA’s trademark blend of beauty-boosting nutrients, it aims to increase cell turnover and boost radiance.

Pack your Headphones and/or a good book

Catch up on your podcasts or listen to some tunes to get you in the holiday mood. Or if you're a book worm, stock your nose in your latest book to whittle away hours of flight time.

and lastly...

Hand Wipes

Keep your hygiene up, people!

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