Find out what your favorite jet-setting stars—from Jennifer Aniston to Karlie Kloss to Sofia Vergara—keep in their carry-ons, plus how they stay fit on the go
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"About halfway through a long flight or right around landing, I like to refresh my skin with an invigorating cleansing and toning pad. This removes any excess oil and overall feeling of grossness. Single sealed pads are the way to go because they’ll never dry out, you only take what you need, and you know they’re clean enough to touch your face," Hough, who always goes makeup-free while flying, shares on her website. (She recommends Korres, Josie Maran, or Klorane.)
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"Water, water, water, on an airplane. If there is a drink happening, it’s usually a Bloody Mary, which I don’t ever order [except] when I’m on an airplane," Aniston told Yahoo Health about her go-to beverages while traveling. And her go-to jet-lag cure? "When you land after a long, long flight, go hit the gym and do a 30-minute run. It has worked for me—when I’ve actually had the energy to go and do it!"
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"Airplanes, long travel days, and new climates can easily challenge my immune system, so I take Emergen-C to help stay healthy during my trips," our July cover girl Jessica Alba told InStyle. Her other must-have carry-on items: her own Honest Company brand hand sanitizer. "Because you’re exposed to so many germs while traveling, I always use our hand sanitizer as a way to prevent those common colds that one seems to get without fail when on an airplane."
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"I travel quite a bit and spend a lot of time staying in hotels in different cities. It’s hard to find gyms and workout studios when you’re away from home and on the move. My solution is to travel with a couple of weights and resistance bands and do a quick 20-minute workout in my hotel room. The Nike Training Club app is also great and helps focus my workouts," Kloss told Style.com.
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Paltrow's travel regime involves a long list of products to protect her from every possible woe, including Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C Packs. "They say Vitamin C in high doses wards off viruses and strengthens immunity, so once I get to my seat, I take four or five of these bad boys," she shared on Goop. And to calm her nervous system, she takes Pure Essence Labs Ionic-Fizz Calcium Plus. "After I clear security, I buy the biggest bottle of water I can find and add this calcium- and magnesium-packed fizzy drink powder, which I drink throughout the flight." She's also a fan of Higher Nature’s High Stability Active Silver. "They say that active silver keeps germs at bay so I spray this in the air around me when I sit down. It’s worth the few odd looks."
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"When I want to relax and get some nice stretch and open up my body, I do yoga. If I’m traveling, I’ll try to always fit in 10 minutes when I wake up," the Victoria's Secret model shared with us on set for her "Train Like an Angel" shoot.
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“I travel often, and while it can be easy to neglect my workout when I’m away from home, I find that sticking with my fitness routine helps me to feel my best and keep the momentum going once I’m back. Fitness DVDs can also be a great resource when on the road—I’m always sure to pack mine," Hudson told Vogue Australia.
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"I try to fit running in to my crazy schedule. It’s tough and there are some instances where I physically don’t have a second but I love running around different cities. I travel a lot but the only time I get to see stuff is when I go running and it’s a massive endorphin release!" Goulding told Elle UK.
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OK, maybe this one isn't technically healthy per se, but a little wine has been shown to keep a cold at bay (a win-win while traveling!).