Will you take cosmetic stuff with you on a trip

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Will you take cosmetic stuff with you on a trip?

If so then how to bottle them?

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1. Check in your suitcase
2. For carryons, buy containers that are 3 oz or less

If the destination is the Galapagos or Zion NP, I'd skip the lipstick and take extra shoes.

You can buy empty travel size containers at Walgreens or Target for a few dollars. They conform to TSA size restrictions, and you just pour your shampoo, etc. into them.

toiletries != cosmetics.

just check your luggage. no restrictions.

Check This TSA Site. I am traveling now a days and it is easy by knowing what can be taken with you.


Depends on the location. If I'm going to a city or somewhere where there are people, I won't bother. I'll buy toothpaste and shampoo and what not there.

depends on the trip and its location - if i know i need to dress to the nines, then i'll bring everything on my carryon. contact solution should be sold in travel sizes already and other cosmetics like lotion should come in similar travel sizes. if not, one of your local drugstores should have a travel pack for you that you can fill with whatever you want. if i'm not dressing to the nines during my trip though, i just bring the bare essentials - facial wipes over the liquid solutions though, and just eyeliner and mascara. hope that helps!

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