It’s no secret that international travel plays havoc on your skin and can leave you feeling a little less than fresh when you arrive at your destination. It’s nice to be able to brush your teeth, pop on some deodorant and have some moisturisers in your carry-on luggage to combat the dehydration.
However just remember that you can only have a maximum of 100mls in each container of moisturisers, hand creams, deodorants, hair products, etc. You will still have to put them all into a clear plastic bag (which is normally provided by the customs inspectors), so have them ready to display and transfer.
I recommend these goodies from Kevin Murphy and Dermalogica, which are designed for travel, simply click the image to purchase. Colgate have just also released a travel essentials kit, which can be picked up from most airport pharmacies.
It’s also handy to check the fine print on your itinerary regarding small bottles and travel allowances. I always double check with the airline I’m traveling on their website prior to packing. The Australian Government website Travel Secure explains more in depth about travel regulations.