Dry shampoo is one of the best things a female traveler can include in their packing list. In a pinch, it can take you from greasy to fresh, even when you don’t have the time or convenience to shower.
I’ve now had a couple of cycles with the Divacup, and I’m just so happy to have this little item in my arsenal again. For me, it just takes a lot of worry out of that time of the month – mainly because with tampons, I always fear leakage.
At Her Packing List, we love multipurpose items. Caroline shares the many reasons we should be carrying Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps in our backpacks in this post!
Whether or not you’re a girlie-girl, it’s possible to make yourself feel feminine without filling your backpack with beauty products. A little bit can go a long way when it comes to makeup.
First aid kits are often forgotten but can also be a lifesaver when sick or injured and traveling. See what Heather recommends in this first aid kit packing post.
Have you heard about the awesome shampoo solids from Lush? Heather tries out the Godiva 2-in-1 shampoo solid and gives some honest feedback. Read on for more!
No one likes getting sick when they travel. Alouise Dittrick shares the remedies she trusts to help prevent and get over a cold as fast as possible on the road.
I would call myself a bit of a pro at hand-washing my laundry on the road. For others looking to do the same, here is a list of some of the essential pack items that make it all possible.
Candice Walsh gives us insight on why she can’t travel without Gravol, a motion sickness and relaxant pill that has helped her travel the world.
It is a trend for hotels to provide blow dryers of their own to guests, so it may become obsolete to pack one of your own.