Ren Tonic Moisture Mist
A total saviour when it comes to rehydrating your skin during a long-haul flight, this moisture mist cools, revives and tones the complexion. It helps counter the harsh effects on the skin from drying inflight air-conditioning, while the soothing fig extract will leave you feeling re-energised.
Price: £18; stockist: www.renskincare.com
Cowshed Cashmere Travel Set
If there’s one thing that makes long-haul flying and lengthy journeys more bearable it’s cashmere. This set – aptly named ‘knackered’ – is made from 100% pure Mongolian cashmere and includes super-soft socks, an eye mask, hot water bottle and a throw so comfortable you’ll realise you can’t live without it. The perfect travelling companion.
Price: £295; stockist: www.cowshedonline.com
In an age of iPads and iPods it’s important to still put pen to paper. Filofax have come up with a sleek mini journal which offers everything you’ll need to keep organised on your travels – notepad, diary and pen holder – with a stylish leather-bound cover. No more scrabbling for your passport at the bottom of your bag either – it comes with a neat holder in the back.
Price: £17-27; stockist: www.filofax.co.uk
Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant
Elizabeth Arden’s timeless eight hour cream is an absolutely essential flying beauty tip. The multi-purpose cream is packed with Vitamin E to soothe chapped lips, rehydrate dry skin and wake up tired eyes – the perfect moisture boost in stuffy air cabins.
Price: £25; stockist: shopping.elleuk.com
Marks & Spencer Travel Pillow
"How to sleep on a flight?" is one of the most important questions of all for the jetsetting traveller. And, with its horseshoe shape filled with hundreds of tiny polyester beads, the Marks & Spencer Travel pillow helpfully provides the answer. Moulding neatly around the neck it will ensure you get the soundest sleep possible at 12,000 feet.
Price: £8.50; stockist: www.marksandspencer.com