The key to Simone’s ability to pack light was downsizing toiletries. She shares creative ways to reduce liquids and pack smaller and lighter containers.
Many travelers want to know, how long do travel toiletries last? Here’s a look at how many washes Ali got from 1 oz of shampoo, plus input from HPL readers.
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.
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.
There’s generally one main issue with packing carry-on only: toiletries. What are the best toiletries for hand luggage? We explore the answer in this post.
Some travel toiletry bottles are better for certain liquids and others outperform when it comes to durability, so we’ve compared a few of our favorites.
Day 17 of our 30 Days project gives you the list for the essential toiletries kit. Obviously, we try to go bare-bones at HPL, but this base list is a great aspiration and place to build from.
Enter Pitotubes, travel bottles that come recommended by flight attendants and jetsetting travelers alike. Instead of buying a bunch of small bottles of your shampoo, you can reuse these bottles for nearly every liquid.
Danielle Olds recently come across some products that have made her life on the road largely leak- and liquid-free! Read on inside to find out what Dani uses!