Packing can get tricky if you wear contacts. Traveling with contact lens solution provides another liquid to worry about, along with concerns of restocking on the road.
Taking your body and facial hair grooming routine on the road isn’t always easy. Here are some helpful tips and hair removal options for travelers.
Traveling on your period can be a real hassle but it shouldn’t stop you from going and having fun. Here’s our guide to managing your period while traveling.
Packing toiletries for travel can be tricky. We’ve compared three of the best toiletry bags for long term travel along with features to help you choose the right gear.
The one little thing Perri always travels with is her Emergen-C supplements. See why she thinks it’s an essential item for travelers in her Emergen-C review.
Save space in your luggage and cut down on liquids with concentrated shampoo. We’ve put together a list of the best concentrated shampoo for travel.
Dara has dealt with acne and skin problems while traveling, and she’s sharing her packing list for sensitive and tricky skin so you can have clear skin on the road too.
A trend has started called the No Poo Method, which eliminates shampoo altogether. This can help travelers to travel with one less liquid in their luggage.
In her GoTubb by humangear review, Monica shares with us why she loves GoTubbs and how useful they have been to her in her travels and at home.
Scoring free travel size toiletries is a great way to save money and travel light. Abby shows us how she does it by using free samples for travel.
Instead of using a flimsy Ziploc bag for your liquids, why not get one of these more sturdy TSA-approved carry on toiletry bag alternatives.
For some females, packing a hair dryer is a necessity. Here’s a look at how to choose a blow dryer and what some of the best travel blow dryers are.