Some of us are blessed with thick hair, others with thin hair, some curly and some straight, but mine happens to be oily. Here are a few packing essentials if you, like me, have oily hair.
Anything that can help you travel without the threat of liquid spills and leaks is a bonus. This DIY solid conditioner recipe will have your hair conditioning needs met in bar form.
Wysi Wipes can be used as a wash cloth while traveling, as a dish cloth while camping, as an on-the-go sponge bath in the Bangkok airport at 2 AM, for first aid, for general cleaning and probably a million and one other things.
Drinking tap water or having ice in beverages is not always a good idea when you travel. Caroline lists a few clean water hacks for Southeast Asia in this post.
I was unsure of which brush to opt-for on my trip as my huge paddle brush is burdensome even on a two week venture. Enter my Tanglefix brush review.
Travel immunizations may be costly, but you also don’t want to come down with a tropical disease and find your trip over before it began. Read the pros and cons inside.
Check out these medicinal and homeopathic hacks you can find at home or while traveling, which could leave you feeling better without a trip to the pharmacy.
We sensitive travelers are more prone to anxiety and depression, and our bodies are also sensitive, making migraines, skin problems, and stomach issues more commonplace.
As a frequent traveler, I get sick of airplane and airport food quite easily. The more I travel, the more I’ve started bringing my own meals and healthy snacks.
Never heard of coconut oil? You’re missing out. This all natural product has a thousand or so uses for the female traveler! Read on for coconut oil uses.