Flight Travel Tip: Carry Aquaphor, Vaseline to stop nasal dryness, discomfort

Planes are notoriously dry places. According to the World Health Organization, humidity in an airplane cabin is around 20%, or lower than the humidity of the Sahara Desert. While that dryness affects everyone differently, I find that within an hour of being on a flight, I start to feel dryness in my nose, mouth, and eyes. On long flights, the dryness has often triggered a migraine. Over the course of my one year traveling around the world as Business Insider's international correspondent, I've had to develop a system to overcome the dryness. After all, I take long-haul flights once a week or more. Read more here >>>

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