Aviation

This airline has one dreamy in-flight travel perk!

Sophie Harrison

While most of us can only dream what it would be like to fly first class, in a “world first” for air travel, Emirates airline has introduced moisturising pyjamas for its First Class passengers.

Snooze and smooth! Even in your wildest fantasies you could never imagine you would get your own pair of moisturising pyjamas.

But those lucky enough to book first class with Emirates will experience just that, with the airline introducing their own range of hydrating sleepwear along with other travel amenities. It’s time to treat yourself!

Luxurious: Emirates has introduced "moisturising pyjamas" to their First Class range
Luxurious: Emirates has introduced “moisturising pyjamas” to their First Class range

The “moisturising pyjamas” are available for passengers flying overnight, and are made with “hydra active microcapsule technology” to keep the skin soft, and so as the wearer moves, the pyjamas release “nutrient rich sea kelp” for hydration while flying.

“The fabric gently releases naturally nutrient rich sea kelp as you move around, preventing dehydration and stimulating circulation,” wrote Emirates on their website.

Soft skin: The pyjamas are mad with "hydra active microcapsule technology" that keeps your skin soft while flying
Soft skin: The pyjamas are mad with “hydra active microcapsule technology” that keeps your skin soft while flying

And if that’s not enough, the pyjamas come with a pair of matching slippers and and an eye pouch, so you never need to worry about losing their sea kelp touch!

‘The microcapsule technology locks in the moisturiser so you can wash and wear them again,’ Emirates wrote.

And just like your dreams, there’s also an on board bar, gourmet meals and private shower.

Some of us can only dream of flying first class!

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