Just Plane Healthy?

The fatigue you feel on arriving at your destination after a long flight, often known as ‘jet lag’ is caused by breathing dry air over and over again for a long duration. 

This and the other symptoms you experience – dry nose, sore throat, possibly an infection to throat or chest – are direct outcomes of your body receiving insufficient moisture to meet its needs.  The HumidiFlyer travel mask is your first defence!  Drinking plenty of water is also important, but won’t directly alleviate the impact of dry air on your respiratory system.

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How HumidiFlyer Works

The HumidiFlyer is a comfortable, especially filtered mask designed for air travel, which traps the expired moisture from your breath.  When you breathe in, that moisture is used to humidify the dry cabin air.  Simple recycling! 

How HumidiFlyer works

This enables the air you breathe to remain moist, preventing the dehydration that contributes to jet lag and infection.  Using the HumidiFlyer travel mask, you’ll arrive in the best possible condition.

Visit our FAQ’s, and the Instructions for more information on how HumidiFlyer delivers outstanding results, naturally.




Why Use HumidiFlyer?

Hydration is critical to your wellbeing, and it is never more at risk than in long distance air travel.

Not only does it leave you fatigued and with symptoms such as a dry nose and throat, a dry respiratory system is subject to attack from airborne viruses.

Using the HumidiFlyer travel mask is a small financial investment that enables you to arrive fit and ready to accomplish the purpose of your flight.  Outstanding Feedback from users worldwide attests to its effectiveness.

HumidiFlyer allows you to always arrive fresh and ready to achieve.

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The HumidiFlyer is an especially filtered comfortable face mask which traps and re-cycles your own moisture in your breath, ensuring that the air you breathe remains moist, thus preventing the dehydration that contributes to your jet lag and in-flight infections.