With the Australian winter in full swing, many of our clients (and some of our staff!) are escaping the cold and heading to warmer weather. If you’re one of the lucky ones, here are our top tips for surviving the long haul flight."Air conditioning on planes can leave your skin dry and dehydrated so it’s important to keep your skin nourished, even whilst in the air," says Kaye Scott, Co-Director, The Clinic."My advice is to cleanse and hydrate. Once you get on the plane, use The Cleansing Pad to remove makeup and impurities. The hard-cased jar is suitable for carrying in your hand luggage and one wipe will cleanse and nourish the skin".The Cleansing Pad is enriched with the nourishing properties of Micellar Water and anti-inflammatory Chamomile Extract and is suitable for all skin types. The jar holds 60 single use pads and helps to achieve a fresh, clean complexion. Ideal for travel, The Cleansing Pad is convenient, easy to use and leaves you skin feeling nourished, not dry.As for your moisturiser, Kaye suggests something a little heavier for the plane. "I absolutely love the Aspect Hydrating Mask. I apply it as a moisturiser on the plane and don’t bother wiping it off. It soaks into the skin and leaves it feeling hydrated and fresh", she says.Top Tip: Aspect Hydrating Mask is 180ml so is not suitable for hand luggage. However, you can pick up a test pot from The Clinic (or pharmacies worldwide) and fill it with your Aspect Mask so you can take it with you on the plane.We also love the Aspect Dr Try Me Kit, a travel-friendly pack designed to work synergistically on most skin types.