Best Travel Hand Creams

Best Travel Hand CreamsBest Travel Hand CreamsHere, Travel + Leisure editors' favorite hand creams for keeping moisturized in the air and on the ground.

Jurlique Rose Hand Cream ($49): "The scent of this Australian product is addictive. It makes me feel pampered no matter where I am." -Nilou Motamed, Features Director & Senior Correspondent

Kiehl's Ultimate Strength Hand Salve ($13): "I am not a fan of products with heavy fragrances-especially when I'm traveling. This revitalizes my skin without overwhelming." -Jennifer Barr, Executive Editor

Aveda Hand Relief ($20): "The travel size ($8) is perfect on the go, and I love the eucalyptus scent. Aveda's points program is also a big plus." -Laura Begley Bloom, Deputy Editor

Ahava Mineral Hand Cream ($20): "I always keep this in my travel kit: it's the only cream that actually heals my skin and doesn't feel thick or oily." -Nikki Goldstein, Editorial Assistant

Crabtree & Evelyn Pomegranate, Argan, and Grapeseed Ultra-Moisturizing Hand Therapy ($22): "Not only does the lotion work wonders-it's such a refreshing scent." -Jessie Bandy, Assistant Fashion Editor

L'Avenir Healfast Repair ($50): "This was recommended by a Argentinean-born saleswoman at Zitomer in New York City, who had hands like a baby though she was many decades beyond." -Nancy Novogrod, Editor-in-Chief

Eos Everyday Hand Lotion ($4) : "I like that the formula absorbs quickly. And the pod-shaped container fits right in your pocket." -Christine Ajudua, Assistant Editor

Clinica Ivo Pitanguy Hands Beauty Formula ($105): "It repairs chapped hands without leaving them greasy, and the aromatherapy effect helps me relax on long-haul flights." -Mimi Lombardo, Fashion Director

Diptyque Luxurious Hand Balm ($38): "Walks just the right line between moisturizing and non-sticky; it soaks right up." -Laura Teusink, Managing Editor

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