Selecting Toiletries for Travel

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Choosing your toiletries wisely can help save a great deal of space. This free travel video will give you some great tips for choosing your toiletries.

Part of the Video Series: Tips for Budget World Travel
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For toiletries, I think the most important decision you make is what sort of bag to bring it in. Definitely, the motto is less is more. You can have something that can hang up in your bathroom and conveniently collapse. I really like this guy. It's as thin as the things in it. My key is I like to bring all the travel size things that I collect throughout the year and bring them all. I take great pleasure in throwing them away whenever they're finished. This is a handy dandy little guy. They come undone. If you are staying in a hotel or something, you have to walk to the bathroom, you need everything compact and ready to go. I say limit yourself to whatever your container can hold. In most places you're going to visit, you can buy whatever you're going to need there. That's kind of the adventure too, seeing what other products there are out there. The samplers, this is when you use all these little bitty things you collect from magazines and gift bags and such throughout the year. Little samplers; nail polish remover, Biore clear pore strips. Get a little trial of your Q-tips. One of the best tips that I can give is instead of bringing a bath poof or a towel or a washcloth or something to wash yourself with and a bar of soap, get these little soapy pads. I know Dove makes some good ones. This is from Neutrogena. All you do is add water and it foams up, and not only do you have exfoliate for your face but you can wash your whole body with it. Again, like with this, it's only as large as what's in it. So you start off big, it collapses as you travel along, and then you're going to have more room for all the souvenirs and stuff you want to take home.

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