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Bringing face masks on flight?

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    I bought about 20 sheet masks on holiday and I stupidly threw away the box it came in to save space in my luggage. Now I am worried the cabin pressure will burst my face masks during the 13 hour flight back home, has anyone successfully safely brought back them before? Or knows what will happen?

    They don't have much air in but there is a little for the gel inside to move with the sheet.

    First world problems!

    Rather unlikely unless thewy're pressurised to start with, might make the texture go a bit odd [seems to happen to any liquid i put in the hold] but thats it.
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