Trippin’ – What’s in my toiletry bag? Part 2

So this is a post about how I’m going to consolidate the massive amounts of toiletries I’m bringing with me.  Keep in mind, some of this stuff I already have from traveling (you must be crazy to think I travel with full sized bottles… especially in the winter when my clothes are heavier.  I need all the space I can get!) and some I purchased specifically for this trip.  My go to places to purchase travel necessities are target or walmart (travel aisle), container store, amazon, and sephora when they give or sell sample size items.

Some things to note:

  • Purchasing travel size products isn’t always the cheapest thing to do.  There’s a high possibility that they raise the price for a small amount of product.
  • But liquids in baggies because you NEVER know if bottles may burst when you’re in a pressurized cabin 30,000 feet in the air.

For shampoo and conditioner, I’ve tried a variety of containers for shampoo but so far these two work best for me.

For the detangler, volumizer, heat protectant spray, and curling lotion, I use these bottles or a perfume atomizer like the one photo below if I know I’m not going to straighten or curl my hair that often.

Like I mentioned above I may use atomizer for hair products, but I also use them for actual perfume.

For the texture creme, I’m going to put it in one of the pill case compartments, which I’ll use for other cremes.  I’ll also be putting my serum and acne moisturizer in these compartments.  Should be enough for two weeks because I only use it at night.

For my everyday lotion, I put it in a 3oz squeeze bottle so that I can carry it with me on the plane.  I may also use this for face and body sunblock.

How do you consolidate your toiletries?

4 thoughts on “Trippin’ – What’s in my toiletry bag? Part 2

    1. ha. i’ve done that a couple times and they’ve exploded in my toiletry bag and luckily not onto my clothes. I have one big toiletry bag and small ones for “like” products, like hair care, face stuff, body, etc. it helps and reduces the spillage accidents.

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    1. I’ve used a small pill case before for the texture creme and it worked out really well. Since I’ll need to downsize a little more, I got the stackable one. Another option is empty unused contact lens cases. You could even use these for mineral make up or foundation.

      Thanks for stopping by.

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