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This is the lip saver Kayla Itsines keeps on hand during *all* her long-haul flights


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As an in-demand fitness trainer with a cult following that numbers more than 9 million on Instagram alone, Kayla Itsines spends a good amount of time globetrotting to teach her HIIT workouts to the sweaty masses. And, because a one-way trip from her home in Australia to the US requires a 30-hour plane ride (gulp), she relies on a few healthy hacks to make sure she hits the ground running—or rather, burpee-ing—post flight.

At a boot camp for Westfield World Trade Center’s Beauty&Balance month, she shared her number one product for keeping her lips from cracking from the dehydrating air conditions in cabin: Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Skin Cream Protectant. “It fixes chapped lips straight away,” Itsines swears, adding that she also rubs this stuff just about anywhere to give her skin some extra TLC.

Itsines relies on a few healthy hacks to make sure she hits the ground running—or rather, burpee-ing—post flight.

And how about for fighting that stale, dry, in-flight air? The trainer relies on sesame nasal spray to clear out her sinuses. “You spray it up your nose, and it coats the inside so you don’t feel that ‘ugh, everything is sinus-y and everything’s clogging up’ feeling,” she explains.

After that, she tucks in and attempts to get some much-needed Zzz’s. But before settling down with her BYO silk pillow, she drinks a bottle of melatonin-boosted Dream Water. Anything for an extra-restful, in-air sleep sesh, right?

Yet another way to boost your in-flight wellness routine: How about a nice stretch? Plus, here’s how to make sure you don’t catch you seatmate’s cold next time you travel

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