All under 3 oz. or less.

By Hannah Norling and Anneke Knot
Updated September 25, 2018
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It’s easy to forget about your skin and hair when you’re dealing with the stress of flying. We’re here to make it easy for you. These are all the products you need to make your flight time stress-free, puff-free, and acne-free. Sit back with your tray tables up, because these beauty buys are all TSA-approved.

J.Crew

J.Crew Clear Makeup Pouch 

A clear makeup pouch is a total game changer for travel. Instead of having to unzip and dump all your beloved beauty products out, all of them are safely placed in this purse friendly pouch. Not to mention it's pretty cute too. 

To Buy: $20, jcrew.com

L’occitane

L’occitane Hand Cream Mini in Shea Butter

Yes, you love the smell of your vanilla hand cream, but your seatmate? Maybe ... not so much. Shea butter is virtually smell-free but extra hydrating. You also get the deeply moisturizing proprieties of coconut oil, honey, and marshmallow extract while still being conscious of those around you. It’s a win-win.

To buy: $12; sephora.com.

Evian

Evian Water Facial Spray

When skin gets extra thirsty at 30,000 feet, replenishing all that lost hydration is crucial. Evian facial spray comes in a perfectly tiny size for an in-flight mist. A quick spritz makes for softer skin once you land, and the natural mineral water is pH compatible with all skin types, so sensitive skin types can rest easy.

To buy: $15 for 2; sephora.com.

Glossier

Glossier Generation G

If you’re keeping the face makeup to a minimal, this lipstick is just the extra pop you need for that done-but-undone look. Generation G goes on like lip balm and gives you the just-blotted lipstick look we’re all after. Cake is a peachy nude that won't let you down, it looks flattering on every skin color.

To buy: $18; glossier.com.

Ursa Major

Ursa Major Face Tonic

If your skin tends to break out when you travel, add this natural face tonic to your carry-on immediately. It contains willow bark, a natural source of acne-fighting beta hydroxy acid, as well as green tea and aloe vera to soothe the skin, plus witch hazel, a natural toner. This spray just might be your cure-all.

To buy: $14; dermstore.com.

Bumble & Bumble

Bumble & Bumble Pret-A-Powder

This dry shampoo doesn’t feel heavy and is easy to brush through hair with fingers (important because airplane travel always feels like a rush). It works for all hair types, absorbing unwanted oil and adding volume and texture instantly for almost freshly-washed looking locks.

To buy: $13; ulta.com.

First Aid Beauty

First Aid Beauty Hello Fab Kona Eye Stick 

The Kona eye stick is the perfect pick me up during or after a long day of travel. This three in one eye treatment primes, hydrates, and de-puffs the under-eyes. All of which is more than necessary during stressful days at the airport.

To Buy: $24, sephora.com.