10 celebrity travel tips that could improve your next flight

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  • Many people have travel tips and advice, including celebrities.

  • Meghan Markle said she "can not live without" tea tree oil when she moves.

  • Margot Robbie said that she was using ginger and immunizing injections to help her fight jetlag.


Even if you can not rent a private limo or go for first class, there are still ways to make traveling easier and more luxurious. Most celebrities know how to fly around the world. So it's no surprise that many stars have tips to share about packaging, avoid jet lag and stay hydrated while traveling.
Here are the tips, tricks and routines of 10 celebrities to travel.


Tracee Ellis Ross said that she had a "facial massage ritual" that she practiced many times on board an airplane.

In 2017, Tracee Ellis Ross shared an Instagram video of her in-flight facial massage. She said that she does it before takeoff of her flight, while her flight is in the air, and before landing her flight.
In a later interview with E!, Ross explained that she was rubbing her face with water during the flights.
"I am very good at hydration. I do [facial massages] every time I put moisturizing cream, period, "she said in the video. "When I fly, you know how dry it is on the plane … so I make sure I drink a lot of water and spray [my skin] as much as possible with a spray of water and I moisturize.


Lily Aldridge explained that she wore scarves during her travels and used them in two ways.

In 2016, Victoria's Angel's Secret, Lily Aldridge, told Travel + Leisure that she was taking with her scarves when they traveled because they served many purposes.
"[I bring] really comfortable scarves because I like to be in the plane because they can get very cold, "she told the publication. She also explained that scarves are an excellent "two for one" travel item, as they can also be used as sarong, a piece of cloth worn around the waist.


Meghan Markle said she "can not live without" tea tree oil when she moves.

In 2014, Meghan Markle told Allure that she brought with her tea tree oil during her travels.
"This is not the most glamorous thing, but if you have a break, a mosquito bite, a little escape, no matter what it is, it's my little panacea," said the duchess and former actress to the publication. "It's inexpensive, it's small enough to be carried and I bring it with me all the time."


Molly Sims said she was preparing to prepare for a new time zone before her flight.

"A few nights before taking the plane, I start to adapt to the time zone," wrote model Molly Sims on her personal blog in 2014. "If I fly to the east, I I go to bed early and stay late when I head west. "
According to Very Well Health, adjusting your pre-flight sleep schedule to your destination may help your circadian rhythms (internal body clocks) adapt to time zone changes. It could also make your jet lag easier to manage.


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley confided that she had a wardrobe that follows a color scheme during her travels.

Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley told Vogue UK in 2016 that she only wears navy, white, gray and black clothes on her travels so that each piece matches. If all your outfits follow the same color scheme, it would be much easier to pack and style clothes.
"… basically, it meant everything worked together," she told the publication. She added that all the pieces were "interchangeable and versatile". Huntington-Whiteley compared packaging using a color scheme to traveling with "a uniform rather than different things".


Actress Margot Robbie said that she used ginger to combat jet lag.

"I use Aesop Ginger Flight Therapy on the temples and wrists. It's supposed to help with jet lag – I do not know if it's the case but I like its smell, so I do it anyway, "said Coveteur's actress in 2016. To fight against jet lag, she also claimed to have a booster immune system, ginger shots and turmeric.

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Although the application of ginger forms on your skin has not proven to be very effective in fighting jet lag, consuming ginger may be helpful. USA Today reported that eating ginger root in the form of ginger tea could help people cope with jet lag. In addition, some studies have shown that ginger can actually reduce nausea. This plant could be useful if flying makes you a little nauseous.


Ashley Graham said that she was spraying rose water on her face during her travels.

Model Ashley Graham told Refinery29 in 2016 that rosewater was still in her bag. "I put [rosewater] in a travel spray. It traps moisture, defines makeup, it's ideal for a plane … It keeps your skin beautiful and radiant. "
And you might want to add it to your travel routine as well. According to Healthline, rose water can help moisturize your skin by improving its skin barrier, which can help reduce water loss.


Khloe Kardashian said that she sets herself the goal of drinking a liter of water during a flight.

Khloe Kardashian told Health in 2017 that she challenged herself to drink a full gallon of water during a flight. She said it was all about staying hydrated and hydrated and she tried to finish the whole bottle before landing.
Kardashian also stated at the publication that she was applying cuticle oil as soon as she got on the plane to keep the skin of her hands moisturized. And, like Graham, she said she sprayed her face with rosewater to trap the moisture in her skin.


Jennifer Aniston said that she was drinking water and that she was carrying with her a salad when she was flying.

When asked what snacks and drinks she had on a plane in 2005, Aniston told Yahoo Health that she drank water or occasionally Bloody Mary. She also told the publication that she was carrying with her a well-prepared salad in case the airline did not have anything better.

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Bringing a well prepared salad or other prepared meal can be helpful for those with dietary restrictions that can not be satisfied by their airline or who are unsure of wanting to eat food on the flight menu. Just make sure the meal you bring complies with your airline's travel guidelines.


Jessica Alba said that she always had compression socks on her travels.

Jessica Alba told Travel + Leisure that she was a big fan of socks allowing traffic to circulate. "I read that pregnant women can have blood clots when they travel – when they are in a place too long – which has opened my mind to traffic socks. I still have them now [when I travel]. "
And pregnant women are not the only people who could potentially benefit from wearing these accessories. Circulation socks, or compression socks, are designed to help the circulation of blood in the legs. In addition to reducing your risk of developing blood clots in the air, socks can also prevent your legs from getting tired or sore.
In particular, they are not as beneficial if they are worn incorrectly. You may want to consult your doctor before deciding which pair to buy because they have different sizes and strengths.

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