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    Flying is required for most cross-country and global trips, but this popular travel method can really wreak havoc on your skin. The low humidity in the plane’s cabin dehydrates skin, and can leave it looking dry and flaky. To prevent transepidermal water loss caused by the cabin air, be sure to stash a small set (no one wants their favorite products confiscated), of highly moisturizing products. Drinking plenty of water in-flight will hydrate your body from within and will help balance the moisture content of your skin. Tell us your favorite vacation spot and be entered to win a Frequent Flyer

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