Trying to replicate your usual beauty routine from inside a tent is pointless. So instead embrace the chance to try some lightweight products that harness the power of mother nature.

Make sure your skin is glowing beforehand with Antonia Burrell Mask Supreme 7-in-1, which contains phoridium extract, a hard-working micro-algae which works to protect the skin from UV damage, prevents sun burnt cells from forming and repairs sun damaged cells.

I smoothed a thin layer on my face and after a few minutes relaxing could feel and see my skin greedily sucking up all its goodness. My face was left glowing and smooth.

You’ll be spending hours outside so suncream is a must and Green People’s Day Solution SPF15 is made with light, moisturising ingredients such as organic aloe vera and hemp. It's new scent free sun lotion is also excellent for sensitive skin, even those with eczema. It is quite a thick, white cream that needs to be carefully patted in but absorbs nicely and doesn't clog pores.

Make sure you prep your hair before hand too with a moisturising treatment such as John Masters Organics Rose and Apricot Hair Milk which worked like a charm to smooth my frizzy ends and lock in moisture.

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If you do manage to squeeze in a shower at the festival a handy travel size bottle of Dr Bronner's Pure Castile Soap can be used for body and hair and comes in a variety of fragrances. I like the tingly peppermint one for fresh wake-me-up feeling.

Or if you want to amp up the bedhead, big-hair look try some of John Masters Organics Sea Mist Spray, made with water, salt and lavendar to give your locks texture and a subtel floral scent.

If you want some light coverage for your face, Lily Lolo BB Cream is silicone-free and uses mineral pigments to even skintone. Its natural ingredients mean even if you do accidentally fall asleep in it you shouldn’t wake up with a face full of spots.

There’s no need to lug your whole make-up bag there as 100% Pure’s Fruit Pigmented Pretty Naked Palette has a luminizer, blush and three eyeshadows, all in glow-inducing shades that complement each other look great with this season’s hippy trend. I fell in love with the luminzer in particular as it gives a lovely natural glow to cheekbones.

There is no excuse to go to bed with your make-up on though thanks to Neal’s Yard Organic Facial Wipes, which contain antioxidant white tea, to help combat the effects of all that booze, and are made with 100 per cent biodegradable cotton. Or try the award-winning Bee Good Honey and Propolis Cream Cleanser which comes in a handy 30ml travel size with a small muslin cloth included. It is creamy instead of foaming and leaves skin feeling clean but not stripped of moisture.

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When you're out and about on the festival campus we all know that an absolute must, must-have is something to keep your hands clean and Dr Bronner's Organic Fair Trade Lavendar Hand Sanitzier Spray comes in a cute travel size that will fit easily into your pocket or bag.

When the fun is over the perfect way to unwind is with Westlab’s Himalayan Pink Salts which will help draw out all the toxins from your body and leave you feeling so relaxed you will sleep like a baby for hours.

But before you nod off slather on some of Neal Yard's Wild Rose Beauty Balm to quench your skin. It contains exceptionally high levels of wild rosehip oil – a potent antioxidant proven to help repair, firm and smooth the skin.

You'll wake up looking like you spent the weekend reclining in the spa, not dancing in a field!