Jet-setting celebrity facialist who looks after Megan Gale reveals the in-flight skincare regime that keeps her skin luminous at 35,000 feet
- Australian celebrity facialist Jocelyn Petroni reveals her in-flight skincare regime
- She follows these steps to keep her skin luminous at 35,000 feet every time
- The beauty artisan shared her go-to skincare items – including a frosé face mask
- Other items including cleansing cloth, serum and ‘super hydrating’ moisturiser
Celebrity facialist Jocelyn Petroni (pictured) has revealed the in-flight skincare regime
Celebrity facialist Jocelyn Petroni has revealed the in-flight skincare regime she follows to keep her complexion luminous at 35,000 feet.
Speaking to Gritty Pretty, the beauty artisan – who’s a professional manicurist for Chanel Australia – shared her go-to skincare products she swears by – including a $16 frosé face mask and a hydrating serum.
To keep her complexion glowing without drying her skin, she usually removes her makeup, dirt and impurities by using the Equal Beauty Cleansing Cloth, which costs $49.95 for a pack of 30 wipes.
Next, Ms Petroni – whose regular clients include Miranda Kerr and Megan Gale – uses Aceology Frosé Infusion Gel Mask, which comes in a pack of four for $64, or $16 each.
The professional manicurist for Chanel Australia said she uses Aceology Frosé Infusion Gel Mask on long-haul flights to keep her skin glowing on board every time
The facialist has worked with many A-list celebrities, including supermodel Megan Gale (right)
‘For long haul flights, the sheet mask will start to dry out so I would leave it on for about an hour, remove and apply a rich cream,’ she said.
Throughout the flight, she would apply the $79.95 Equal Beauty Super Mist.
‘I would keep a mist/ spritz handy to refresh and for a light hydration,’ she said.
Before landing, she uses the $95 Ultraceuticals UltraB2 Hydrating Serum, which is an oil-free serum to help dramatically increase the hydration levels in your skin.
Ms Petroni also uses the $91 Biossance Squalane + Omega Cream for a ‘super nourishing’ finish before applying the $88 Rationale Beautiful Skin Superfluid SPF50.
Throughout the long-haul flight, she would apply the $79.95 Equal Beauty Super Mist
The beauty artisan shared her go-to skincare products – including the $95 Ultraceuticals UltraB2 Hydrating Serum (left) and Equal Beauty’s Super Mist and cleansing cloth (right)
Speaking to FEMAIL previously, she explained that aeroplane cabins have very low levels of humidity, making them extremely dry and moisture-free environments.
‘When the air is dry, it will look for moisture wherever it can find it, including from the natural moisture in our skin,’ she said.
‘This is why our skin becomes so dry, dehydrated and visibly unhealthy on aeroplanes, because the cabin air is literally sucking the moisture and water out of our skin.’
Ms Petroni said there are many things travellers can do pre-flight to boost their skin’s overall hydration, including a facial treatment as close to the flight as possible.
‘A good hydrating facial will give your skin a super hydration soak so it is rich with nourishment and will not become dehydrated,’ she said.
‘If you don’t have time for a facial, I would recommend a moisture boosting regime. I like to layer my moisturising products so that I’m nourishing every layer of my skin from the deepest to the most superficial layers.’