“My best recommendation when flying is simply to maintain your face really moisturised and check out to not wear makeup because it may be dehydrating on the plane – I personally feel lots higher once I fly with a clean face. Drink a ton of water too, it helps with jet-lag and, well, everything really.”

Courteney Cox

“The best tip I’ve heard is to make use of rose oil in your skin whenever you’re flying. I take about 90-odd flights a year so my skin was constantly dehydrated after which this make-up artist from Australia gave me her rose oil and that simply appeared to do wonders, however making an attempt to pay money for it is not the simplest thing….”

David Gandy

“SK-II face masks are nice to make use of when flying as they will immediately hydrate my skin. I love it once I keep in mind to do it, however I often go to sleep and forget!”

Alicia Keys

“I drink tons of water and attempt to stay rather well-moisturised however I am going to also spritz colloidal silver everywhere in the seat, because it is a natural anti-bacterial and anti-viral. Supplements-wise, I take a great deal of vitamin C and have this magnesium and calcium packet that I put in my water as magnesium is basically calming in your nervous system. After a plane ride I all the time attempt to have a great steam and sweat however greater than something my best recommendation is to wear sunglasses whenever you get off the plane!”

Gwyneth Paltrow

“The distinction in your skin between takeoff and landing is horrifying. When the lights go down on a plane, I all the time placed on certainly one of SK-II’s Facial Treatment Masks and I am going to also decant the SK-II LXP Final Revival Essence right into a small spray bottle and spritz it on throughout the flight. If my skin’s really dry, I exploit a lip product by Sensai because it’s really nice for your lips and I am going to use an O.P.I nail strengthener because my son and I are having a contest to see who can grow their nails faster on the moment as we’re both nail biters.”

Cate Blanchett

“I keep a small can of Oribe’s Dry Texturising Spray with me once I’m travelling to offer my hair raise and texture.”

Katy Perry

“A make-up artist told me about Sudocrem which is nice for when your skin is sensitive. I do not put it on each day however whenever you do it it fixes everything by the morning. I also apply it to planes in order that by the point I land my skin looks higher than once I took off, though it may be barely embarrassing because it’s bright white!”

Lara Stone

“I’ve very wavy hair, so it is exhausting to blow-dry myself. As an alternative, I all the time travel with a tiny hair iron for emergencies. I attempt to not overdo it so my hair looks too flat; it is simply really good for taking any kinks out particularly should you’ve been on an extended flight.’

Julianne Moore

“My skin is chronically dry, so once I’m travelling I take a small bottle of argan oil with me. I principally need to put oils on my skin since it seems like I can not move my face if I do not!”

Emma Stone

“Because my hair’s colored, I have to shield it from the sun, sea and sand so I all the time take some type of protecting spray with me – I actually love Kerastase’s Soleil CC Crème. Once I’m away from home and my juicer, I drink Naturya’s Spirulina Powder each day. You simply add water, it is nice for travelling.”

Abbey Lee Kershaw