Because a good travel bottle is worth its weight in gold. This method is also great for removing conditioner, face wash and those fruity-smelling lotions.
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To the surprise (and disappointment) of many other travelers, we have flown with our infant since she was eight weeks old. At 22 months, she has flown more than 100,000 miles to 15 countries on four continents—some of them several times—and (I will get hate mail for this) often in first and business class.
So I personally had no idea that some suitcases came inbuilt with a suit compartment (talk about putting the ‘suit’ in suitcase… can you at least let me enjoy it?).
Ever since Erica answered the all-important question of how long travel-sized shampoo lasts, I’ve been wondering about the life expectancy of other travel-size items. Like… how long should a travel-size toothpaste last?