SHE might be an Academy Award nominee but Australian actress Robbie’s travel essential can be snapped up for just $6.95.
The Suicide Squad star swears by Johnson's Face Care wipes to remove her make-up once she boards the plane.
“I’m pedantic about getting the make-up off, so I use wipes - usually Johnson & Johnson - and then Peter Thomas Roth Complexion Correction Pads to tone,” she told British Vogue.
“I have a beauty bag for the plane packed all the time, so I can just grab it. The products are all the right size so they can’t take them off me. I have that system down.”
GOOP founder, actress and picture of health Paltrow swears by a colloidal silver supplement when flying.
The natural product, which can be purchased from most health stores in a spray form, has been credited with boosting the immune system and fighting bacteria and viruses.
"They say that active silver keeps germs at bay so I spray this in the air around me when I sit down,” Paltrow, who opts for Higher Nature's High Stability Active Silver Spray, shared on Goop.“It's worth the few odd looks."
THE British star never boards a flight without rosehip oil.
Rich in Vitamin A, antioxidants and essential fatty acids, the powerful beauty oil protects against pollution is also a favourite of well-travelled stars like Miranda Kerr and the Duchess of Cambridge.
“I have just discovered rosehip oil, which a friend of mine recommended,” Knightley actress told British Vogue.
“Flights are so hard on your skin and they make it so dry, so I gave this a go and it really worked. Now I always travel with it.”
AS a busy mum of three, Alba is just as conscious of looking after herself in the air as she is at home in Los Angeles.
The Honest Company founder ensures she packs socks in her hand luggage to keep her circulation flowing.
"I read that pregnant women can get blood clots when they're travelling — when they're in a place for too long — so that opened my mind to circulation socks,” she told Travel + Leisure. “I always have them now [when I travel]."