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Wellness Essentials to Pack in Your Carry On
Frequent fliers put a lot of extra miles on their bodies. Combat the stress of work and travel by packing a carry on filled with wellness tools to keep you healthy and happy on the road. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, here’s what to keep close at hand before, on, and after your Surf Air flight.
Take restorative light therapy along with you with the new , a carry-on sized that allows you to soak up concentrated red wavelengths of natural light at 660 nm when you’re on the road. The medical-grade light therapy is said to help with skin health as well as support cellular energy and restorative sleep.
“Flights tend to leave my skin really dry, especially in the summer months, so I never travel anywhere without ,” says model . “It’s made from the highest quality products, and the results are immediate. I apply it during the flight and when I land to feel hydrated and dewy, it always gives my skin that perfect dewy glow.”
Stay hydrated while taking in your daily vitamins with cold-pressed juice, now conveniently available on Surf Air. The organic drink is made with non-GMO ingredients to satisfy every palate, whether you’re looking for a sweet berry boost or a blend of vegetal greens.
Get ready to move once you land with . Made with at least 50% recycled leather fiber and sustainable materials, Flyweather was made with the health of the environment in mind, while still looking, feeling, and smelling like leather.
Rachel Krupa, founder of and Krupa Consulting is a snack professional, constantly researching new good-for-you snacks to take on the road. “I always have a bar of some sort with me: I love Clif bars, they are old school,” she says. Other favorite bars include This Saves Lives, Jones Bars and Purely Elizabeth. “I also like to pack carrots and cucumbers—they travel well. I’ve also been obsessed recently with mushroom jerky, Pans is my favorite. All of the great jerky taste, none of the awful smell.”
Keep your handshake hydrated, too, with Kiehl’s Ultimate Strength Hand Salve, designed to that uses sesame, avocado, and eucalyptus oils to moisturize dry skin. The salve is a perfect antidote to the drying effects of flying.
“I always recommend having ginger tea bag or drops,” says celebrity personal trainer and creative director of wellness SmartWater, . “Sounds a bit odd but digestion is often thrown off with travel. I’ve found having the tea bag or drops be a huge help. It also doesn’t take up much space!”
Skin health is a priority for author and journalist Kat Odell. “There are a few MUST products for me,” she says. “ and Vintner’s Daughter face serum – I find that my sin often gets very dry while traveling and these are excellent for moisture via natural skincare products. I also just returned from Korea – where K Beauty is huge. I am a new convert to Banilla’s Clean it Zero.”