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A tanned face and body are synonymous with beauty and health, but the tan you achieved with so much effort disappears quickly, especially if you do not protect your skin.
One of the problems associated with tan loss is peeling of the skin which tends to shed its surface layer, so it is useful to moisturise your body.
Spending several hours in a pressurised aircraft cabin really puts your skin to the test - in a similar way to crossing a desert, considering that the cabin atmosphere is worse than the dry, arid desert air.
With temperatures around 22°C and an 8% average humidity level, aircraft cabins are one of those environments that really put the balance of your skin to the test, along with air-conditioned offices.
During most flights the air is extremely dry, due in particular to inevitable changes in pressurisation, and the humidity level is generally around 50% when the aircraft is still on the ground but drops sharply to below 10% in just the first two hours of the flight. The consequences for your skin are immediate as its natural evaporation of water speeds up and intensifies as travel continues.
Obviously this dehydration process can be prevented:
from the outside by applying Horuz cream to those parts of your body that are exposed to the effects of dry, pressurised air, and from the inside by drinking natural water often as all airlines recommend.
And to provide good moisturising Horuz was created, the first cream designed specifically for use in aircraft and in premises where we are exposed to the effects of air-conditioning for long periods.
Skilled professional experts have developed a coconut and olive oil based cream which is highly moisturising and will leave your skin silky, soft and non-greasy, thus keeping the surface layer of the dermis elastic and helping to preserve your tan.