How Can I Pack All My Skincare Products In My Carry-On When I Travel?
Due to dry airplane cabins, weather and potential food changes in a new destination, keeping your skincare routine consistent is more important than ever to stay looking its best. However, because of TSA regulations, you’re only allowed to fill up a quart-sized bag, which doesn’t leave much room to bring all the products your skin needs.
Here’s an easy way to pack your liquid skincare products into your carry-on without taking up much room, so you don’t have to leave any of your favorite products behind.
Why It Works
The benefits of this packing trick are:
- Quick and easy to make
- Takes up very little room in your quart-size, carry-on toiletry bag
- Each is easily disposed of after one-time use
What You Need
- Your favorite toner, eye makeup remover or any other liquid product.
- Toning Cloth, cotton ball or cotton pad. (See the difference between the three.)
- Snack-size plastic zip bag
How To Make Carry-On Liquid Travel Packs
Generously saturate a toning cloth with your favorite toner, eye makeup remover, or other liquid skincare. (Not sure which toner you should be using? You can take our Skin Type Quiz and get one recommended.)
Put inside the plastic bag, zip up, and toss in your TSA-approved bag. Use as many toning cloths as needed for the duration of your trip.
You’re ready to go! The soaked toning cloths are an easy way to pack liquid products easily into your carry-on bag when you travel.
But wait, before you book your flight, you’ll want to make sure you do this.
Celebrity Esthetician & Skincare Expert
As an esthetician trained in cosmetic chemistry, Renée Rouleau has spent 30 years researching skin, educating her audience, and building an award-winning line of products. Her hands-on experience as an esthetician and trusted skin care expert has created a real-world solution — products that are formulated for nine different types of skin so your face will get exactly what it needs to look and feel its best. Trusted by celebrities, editors, bloggers, and skincare obsessives around the globe, her vast real-world knowledge and constant research are why Marie Claire calls her “the most passionate skin practitioner we know.”