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How Rebel Wilson Sleeps at Night

Rebel Wilson is serious about her sleep. “I’m just a baby—I have to sleep eight hours or more a night,” she says. “Otherwise I literally can’t function. I’m a zombie.” Prioritizing sleep, however, can be a challenge for the busy actor and Olly ambassador who is frequently hopping time zones between New York, Los Angeles, and Australia.

Luckily, she has a secret weapon against jet lag: reality TV. “Normally, it’s anything on Bravo, but I’ve just gone to this new show,” Wilson says. “It’s a British show called Escape to the Chateau about this British couple who buy an old 17th-century French chateau and renovate it. I’ve become obsessed and I’ve literally had to use my illegal VPN to watch it [when I’m traveling].”

We asked Wilson for the rest of her jet-lag-fighting bedtime routine and the sleep essentials she brings on the road.

The pre-bed ritual that works every time

My favorite thing to do is to have a bubble bath with bath salts and nice-smelling things. One of my friends gave me a whole box of bath bombs for Christmas, so I’ll chuck one in there and make all the water go pink or something. Then it’s like my body knows: “Okay, sleep time is coming up now.” 

The bath products I swear by

Dr. Teal’s bath salts. They’re really cheap. They got recommended to me back in the day. And then Kneipp bath salts. They have a blue colored box and the salts are a dark blue color, and it makes the water just go really nice. Those are the two I always travel with.

Dr. Teal’s Pink Himalayan Mineral Soak

When I’m home, I’ll put a little Aesop bath oil in there, or Ren also has a really good bath oil.

Moroccan Rose Otto Bath Oil

The tracksuit I wear when I’m alone

I’m a big fan of a tracksuit. I have a whole big, huge pullout drawer of clothes that nobody will ever see me in. They’re like comfy-ass tracksuits like Roots or Victoria’s Secret. It’s just ultra comfortable. If somebody is staying over, I’ll try to class it up.

Victoria’s Secret Soft Jogger Pants

Cotton-candy pink, fluffy, and light at the same time. No more overheating while snuggling on the couch, courtesy of these soft joggers. 

Cashmere Tracksuit Joggers

The gummies that help me wind down

I take Olly’s Sleep gummies because of the melatonin and the l-theanine. I do really notice the difference. I normally take these 20 minutes before sleeping or when I’m jet-lagged. I take the sleep gummies, watch a little bit of trashy reality TV for, like, 10 minutes, and just fall asleep.

The sheets I splurged on

This is the bougie-est purchase in my whole house, but I have a Hästens mattress, which can go for, like, 20 grand. But sleep is so important to me. And then I have Frette sheets.

What’s currently on my nightstand

In New York I live on the ground floor, so I obviously have earplugs. And I think I have a Voluspa candle. And I don’t really read books, so I have some books on my nightstand, but they’re decoration.

Voluspa Japonica Baltic Amber Large Glass Candle

I sleep better at night knowing…

…the latest goss on Instagram. That’s the stupid answer. The serious answer would be that I sleep better when I say what I’m grateful for and I go to sleep in a good place.

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