Travel 101: 7 Items You Need Before You Hit the Road

Travel 101: 7 Items You Need Before You Hit the Road

Packing for a trip is an annoying process, especially when you have to pack all of your necessities. They’re big and bulky and you have no room for them even in your extra large luggage.
Travel-size products are the easiest solution to avoid breaking the zipper on your luggage. Here are seven great travel-size wonders to bring along on your trip:

Packing for a trip is an annoying process, especially when you have to pack all of your necessities. They’re big and bulky and you have no room for them even in your extra large luggage.

Travel-size products are the easiest solution to avoid breaking the zipper on your luggage. Here are seven great travel-size wonders to bring along on your trip:

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Eye Makeup Remover Pads: Eye makeup remover pads are the best for those nights out on the town during your vacation. Instead of bringing the big bottle of eye makeup remover, the pads are great for travel. Not to mention they’re so convenient compared to the bottle of eye makeup remover which you would need to pack cotton balls with as well. Eyes Lips Face is the best product to buy since all e.l.f. products are relatively cheap. Just go to your local Target or CVS to pick up these handy pads. Source

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Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo: Shea Moisture products are best for naturalistas. This shampoo keeps your hair hydrated and moistrurized even though it’s just the shampoo. When you get out of the shower after a long day of having summer fun, your curls and coils will feel soft and rejuvenated. Just search for the travel size at your local CVS or Target and you won’t have to worry about your hair drying up in the summer sun during your vacation. Source

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Shea Moisture Restorative Conditioner: This conditioner is one of the best for women with curls, coils and kinks. It’s conveniently made in travel size for vacationers who still care about their hair. When your hair has so much time in the sun, you’ll want to put this in your hair as a deep conditioner and let the moisture and shine be restored. Source

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Shea Moisture Coconut Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie: After washing and conditioning your hair, you’ll want to lock in the moisture with your favorite oil and the Shea Moisture Coconut Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie. Best of all, it’s light and water-based so it won’t weigh your hair down or leave it with that greasy feeling! Your hair will be soft, silky and defined and you’ll thank your local drugstore for having it in travel size. Source

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Shea Moisture Coconut Hibiscus Shea Butter Hand Cream: Shea moisture isn’t just a company for maintaining healthy hair. It also makes great skin care products, such as the Shea Moisture Coconut Hibiscus Shea Butter Hand Cream. You don’t want your skin to dry out in the summer sun, so make sure you pick up this fabulous hand cream at your local drugstore to keep your hands soft and moisturized. Source

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Castile Liquid Travel Soap (Peppermint): Dr. Bonner’s Castile Liquid Travel Soap is the best soap to travel with. It doesn’t leave your skin with that dry, cracked feeling after you get out of the shower. I suggest peppermint because it has a great aroma that engulfs you in relaxation. Just stop by your local Target and check out all of the other wonderful Castile Soaps they have. Source

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Banana Boat Sport Performance Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30: One thing everyone needs during their summer getaway is sunscreen. We cannot live without it! It protects your skin from the simmering heat and sun rays that can cause skin cancer. This travel size sunscreen will work wonders since it allows you to be active without sweating or completely washing off the sunscreen. Dermatologists recommend SPF 15 to SPF 30, so this travel-size product is protective and convenient! Source

Happy Travels!!

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