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.
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.
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.
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.
Wet towels, swimsuits and clothes just hand-washed on the road are best left to dry on a Rick Steves braided laundry line. Read more about Diana’s one little thing.
Day 20 of our 30 Days project covers the health and hygiene packing considerations a woman on the road may need. From tampons to hand sanitizer to a sleep sheet.
Madison flies long-haul every year to South Africa, and the one little thing she can’t travel without would be baby wipes! Read on to find out why baby wipes are a top travel companion.
Worried about unsafe drinking water on your travels? Considering taking a water purifier, filter or tablets? Read about different water purifiers for travel in this post.
Bri asked us a great question about how long travel sized deodorants last, and here is what the HPL community had to say. In short: It lasts a couple of weeks.
Ever wonder about keeping clean and fresh when attempting the Appalachian Trail? Bri Leahy shares a routine for personal hygiene while long-distance backpacking that can help!