For any electronic items you use in your grooming routine, check the items or their chargers to see if they are dual-voltage (110-240V). If international travel is on your horizon, you may want to add a plug adapter in your dopp kit to stay charged no matter where you are.
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And it’s usually something mission-critical – like an extra pair of pants, or a suit to go with that tie you packed for your cousin’s wedding weekend. Underwear, even.
That’s not the case anymore. This guide will show you how to pack your grooming products to save you time, money, and – most importantly – your sanity.
Pack the items you use daily first – toothpaste, shaving cream, face cream, facial soap, hair products. Make sure each product is in a 3 fluid ounce container. Hotel rooms provide shampoo, body lotion, soap – unless you’re loyal to a specific brand of these products, you don’t need to pack your own
A space saving trick for you – use contact lens cases to pack small amounts of liquid. You can use a case a day for shaving (shave gel + aftershave cream), face care (face wash + lotion), or small amounts of hair products. Use different colored cases for different products, and also mark each case with a Sharpie. No one wants to mistakingly slather their face with pomade.
Pack your liquids bag in your laptop bag or backpack, for easy access during TSA screening. No one likes the guy who has to unzip his entire suitcase and rummage around for his liquids bag. Don’t be that guy.
Tip for International Travel
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