Shelby explained that for long-haul flights, the most important items are a hydrating moisturiser and hydrating mist to counteract the dry conditions in the cabin.

The Jetstar cabin crew member, who has been flying for five years, said that a vegan beauty essential was the key to staying hydrated on a plane for her.

She told Daily Mail Australia: "I swear by Sukin Hydrating Mist Toner, which can be sprayed on bare skin.

"I find it to be extremely hydrating and takes that dry itchiness away from my face. It also keeps me feeling refreshed and energised on long flights."

The bargain product costs just £3.95 for 50ml at Holland & Barrett, which means it's small enough to take on flights.

You can also find it in 125ml sizes from £5.99 at Ocado and it's available at Boots as well.

Online, the product has received five star rave reviews from customers.

One person wrote: "I bought this about a month ago and my skin has never been so good. Genuinely couldn't sing its praises more."

Another customer said: "I travel a lot on public transport and it's definitely perfect for that or for a long day in work."

Aside from the misting toner, Shelby also revealed how a moisturising lipstick is important for keeping lips hydrated while looking smart enough to face passengers.

Her make-up essentials, which she admits are important to make a "positive first impression on your passengers", also include beauty favourites Benefit Hoola Bronzer and MAC foundation, as well as Glasshouse hand cream.

There are plenty of other ways to stay looking fresh.

Avoiding tomato juice is also a good idea, according to one flight attendant, as it can make legs swell on a plane.

Sun Online Travel has also previously revealed how passengers can get the best sleep on a plane.

Crew member Kara Mudler explained: "Do not go to sleep at 1pm – wait to fall asleep at a regular time. Your body will quickly re-adjust."

Source: Read Full Article