From Vitamins to serums, how to stop feeling and looking like a zombie when you get off a flight

PLANES are full of germs, so keep anti-bacterial hand gel close for frequent touch-ups. If you don’t like medicinal smells, try The Body Shop satsuma hand cleanse gel.

Facial therapist Nataliya Robinson warns: “On planes, we inhale chemicals from the air-conditioning. Apply a petroleum jelly around your nasal cavities to stop bacteria and tiny dust particles entering.”

UV rays can penetrate plane windows, so apply sun cream as soon as you sit down if you’re in a window seat and want to avoid premature skin ageing.

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