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Face Masks Perfect for Post-Plane Rehydration

by Jan Schroder

While some celebrities wear these hydrating eye and skin masks on airplanes, I waited until my husband was out to apply mine gently to my face. Like self-tanning and mud masks, this process needed no witnesses.

I couldn’t stop giggling at my plastic face/robot-like appearance, but I loved how soothing the mask from 111Skin felt. And my skin felt wonderful when I took it off after 20 minutes. In addition to various face masks, 111Skin also makes de-puffing eye masks. They are priced starting at $115 for a package, and available at Neiman Marcus and Barneys.

Jan Schroder, Editor-in-chief

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