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13 Expert-Recommended Face Masks to Pack With You When You Travel

Because breakouts, dryness and dullness aren’t ideal jet-setting companions.

Photo: Courtesy of Heyday

A not-so-controversial opinion we seem to share with literally every single person on dating apps: Traveling is great! Whether a chilled-out vacation, a road trip to visit loved ones or a far-flung adventure exploring another culture, we’re extremely pro-travel. Yay, going places! But we’re less enthusiastic about the annoying complexion struggles that can accompany it. Between hopping around to a variety of different climates and hours spent marinating in that stale plane air, travel can make skin especially prone to breakouts, dryness and dullness, none of which are ideal jet-setting companions.

With that in mind, we hit up the experts — specifically, dermatologist Dr. Joshua Zeichner, the director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital; Charlotte Cho, the founder of Soko Glam (and near-constant traveler); and Ashley Scott, a skin therapist at Heyday‘s NoMad location in New York City — for their go-to travel skin-care products. Ahead, we’ve rounded up the 13 face masks they’ve recommended for every skin type, complexion concern and budget. Read on to see (and shop!) ’em all.

Aveeno Oat Mask With Pumpkin Seed Extract, $13.39, available here: “If you have sensitive skin, apply this mask after you get off the plane. It contains colloidal oatmeal to help protect and hydrate the skin, along with pumpkin extract and feverfew to calm inflammation.” —Dr. Zeichner

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