With their demanding work schedules, celebrities Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba, Karlie Kloss and Kristen Bell are constantly hopping on planes and jetsetting around the globe. It only makes sense that they would know how to stay organized, hydrated, fit and relaxed during their travels, from keeping their makeup together in Ziploc bags and lathering on both frugal and luxe face creams to hotel room workout tips. Before you pack for your next voyage, take a look at these celebrities’ beauty tips for healthy, happy travel.
Gwyneth Paltrow is a huge fan of Restørsea Restoring Night Cream. “I started using it and I was like, ‘Am I crazy, or is this actually working?” she gushed to Harper’s Bazaar. “For flying, it’s amazing stuff.”
Jessica Alba makes sure to keep her skin moisturized by using Dr. Hauschka Rose Day Cream while traveling. “I apply this great face cream during my flights to make sure my skin stays hydrated and dewy,” the actress and Honest founder told In Style.
Forget about fancy makeup bags! Kristen Bell revealed to In Style that she uses Ziploc bags to keep her goods ready to go.
Supermodel Karlie Kloss recently shared a photo of her travel essentials on Instagram. Her carry-on must-haves include Nike sneakers, an iPhone and a Blackberry, rose gold Frend headphones, an apple, a Canon camera, The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair and The Economist and a monogrammed Louis Vuitton passport holder.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley recently offered several travel tips to Who What Wear. Among them, the supermodel and actress suggested wearing “jeans with a little give in them, so they keep their shape while traveling,” bringing a hat to “hide bad plane hair,” and putting cuticle oil or hand cream on hand and feet, and then putting socks on to “keep everything nice and moisturized.”
Kendall Jenner makes sure to stay hydrated while jetsetting around the world. “For sure I need to have lip balm with me always, and if I’m on a plane I like to have my moisturizer with me because you get really dry on planes so it’s important to keep your skin hydrated,” the young model revealed on Estée Lauder’s website.
“It's so hard to stay fit while you're traveling, but for me it always makes me feel better on the inside if I've worked out," Julianne Hough told Women’s Health.
It’s hard for Heidi Klum to pack light while traveling with all of her kids, so the supermogulmodel mom makes sure to stay organized. “We have a list of essential items that have to go on every trip, so each thing gets checked off before it goes into the suitcase,” she told Nina Garcia on Mom.me. “That way, we at least remember the basics.”
“I try to book hotels that have a gym open 24 hours,” Kelly Osbourne told Yahoo Travel in 2014. “Since I am usually traveling for work, I never know when I can hit the gym. There are a lot of things you can do in your room as well like lunges, pushups, jumping jacks, and put that 20-pound purse of yours to work as a weight. There are some great apps with abs workouts etc. that you can download, and I also have a travel Hula-Hoop that I love!”
Martha Stewart knows how to take the problems out of packing! “Many luggage locks are forbidden under security regulations. I tie the zipper pull tags on my suitcase together with a piece of waxed twine. That way, I can tell if it has been opened,” she revealed in her magazine in 2009.
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