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Travel Toiletries

Updated: Mar 23, 2022

This is one of those tough situations. It is so hard to feel beautiful while traveling, but it is one of the most important times! When you have to worry about remembering all of your presentation, your giveaways, and all the little details of working in a place NOT your office; or when dealing with the constant hassle of airline travel–you don’t want to have to worry about your hair, or if your makeup looks right.  (Or, like this week, it rained heavily all the days that you traveled. sigh)



This means that one of the trickiest things about traveling a lot is condensing all of your toiletries into 3 oz containers and then fitting them into a tiny little one-quart bag. It’s enough that we have to cut down on the number of shoes we bring, but the toiletries too? I know some people have just never adapted, and choose to check their bags even though it’s a pain. Just like packing your clothes, it forces you to make choices and only take what you truly need.

I have three small bags for my toiletries—one for makeup, one for non-liquid items, and the plastic quart-size bag for my liquids.  I have found that packing a few smaller bags is easier that trying to cram one larger one into not a lot of room.  I’m not going to talk too much about makeup—you know what you need to feel beautiful and polished, so take those things and figure out a way to make it fit into a small bag.  Below is my list for what I take for the other two bags. Change it around to suit your needs, but know that it can be done—a woman can take all the toiletries she needs in two small bags.


Non-liquids

Toothbrush

Contacts case

Glasses

RazorComb


Liquids–travel sizes (3 oz or less) of all

Face wash

Contact solution

Body wash

Toothpaste

Deodorant (full size—I can’t find a travel size of my favorite deodorant)

Lotion

Shampoo

Conditioner

Tinted moisturizer

Hair smoother



Next time I will give recommendations of which toiletries I use, and love. Have a great weekend everybody!!


Source: https://roadwarriorette.boardingarea.com/2009/12/11/travel-toiletries/





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