3 to Bring: Airplane Comfort Products You Didn’t Know You Needed

3 to Bring: Airplane Comfort Products You Didn’t Know You Needed

SLEEPPHONES
 BY DR. WEI-SHIN LAI

Sleepy-Phones

Image via SleepPhones

We’ve all tried to fall asleep on an airplane with either those uncomfortable in-ear buds or the way-too-big noise-cancelation headphones. SleepPhones is here to help you rest while listening to your favorite music or watching a show, all with ease and comfort. Created by Dr. Wei-Shin Lai, the headband material is plush and soft, allowing users to rest comfortably in an airplane seat or lying down in business class. Available in BlueTooth or corded. $39.95 or $99.95. www.sleephones.com

A FOOLPROOF REMEDY FOR DRY AIRPLANE FACE

Image via iS Clinical

When the folks at iS Clinical release a new product, you know it has not only been carefully formulated, but it works. The company’s brand-new Youth Intensive Crème is a traveler’s best friend. Its anti-aging formula reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles through 24-hour hydration, gentle exfoliation, and essential nutrients and anti-oxidants, all while strengthening the dermal structure. So kiss that dry airplane face goodbye. This is also all clinically proven: a four-week study found that 100% of participants were happy with their results. 50 grams, $195. www.isclinical.com

HOOKED ON AIR WITH THE AIRHOOK

Airhook

Image via Airhook

As much as airlines would like us to believe they all have upto-date airplanes with on-demand entertainment, the reality is…they don’t. Don’t get caught off-guard the next time you fly. The Airhook is a two-in-one gadget: a drink holder and a secure mount for an electronic device such as a phone or a tablet. Designed to elevate the level of comfort and convenience, it uses the tray table in its vertical/locked position as an anchor, rather than horizontally as a platform. Now you can sit back, relax, and watch your favorite entertainment on your personal devices. $24.95. www.theairhook.com

Find out so many more amazing things for the consummate traveler over in our Special Effects department over at Passport magazine online… 

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