Trying to scam your way out of jet lag? Hey, in this family, we dream big. Courtesy of some perpetually jet-setting travel editors — and major advocates of pre-, mid-, and post-flight moisturizing — we can all rest assured that the seemingly impossible is, in fact, possible. According to these well-traveled experts, you can cancel jet lag’s messy sleep cycle, dehydration, and skin that’s somehow both dry and oily AF — if you’ve got the right tools on deck (read: in your carry-on bag). The key to stopping jet lag in its tracks is tricking your circadian rhythm, which is an excellent name for a band, but more importantly, it’s your body’s internal clock that regulates your behavior, alertness, and mental state over a 24-hour period. They can easily get thrown off en route depending on the quality of rest you get, exposure to light, when and what you eat, and various other factors. Editors from Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Suitcase, and more let us in on the products that help them hop timezones seamlessly and be the best jet-lag scammers they can be.