I’ve been traveling a lot this year, both for work and for play, and I’m starting to learn the importance of a good travel beauty bag. I’ve perfected all my travel-day essentials to fit in one fairly small pouch, which I can stash into whatever tote bag or carry-on I’m using for my next trip. Here’s a look at what I’m carrying with me these days:
1. Burt’s Bees Lip Balm. I’m constantly rehydrating my lips on the plane. I love the Burt’s Bees Mango flavor.
3. A travel size deodorant. Numbers 2 and 3 keep me feeling fresh even during a long travel day.
4. Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel On-The-Go Refreshingly Clean Towelettes. This one is my best kept beauty secret for fall. These wipes are all natural and great for radiant, selfie-ready skin. My sister-in-law has recently really gotten into natural skincare products, and we just had a lengthy conversation about how great witch hazel is for gently cleansing and toning skin. After a long day of travel, it feels great to remove any oil or dirty from my skin, without stripping my skin of moisture.
5. Tiny tweezers. You never know when a rogue hair will sprout up.
6. Bobby pins. I usually throw my hair into a messy bun or braid when traveling. Bobby pins help me look slightly less messy.
Aside from the on-the-go towelettes, I also travel with Dickinson’s cleansing cloths in my larger toiletries bag. After a day of running events for Google, it’s great to wipe off my makeup and not feel any sticky residue. You can check out Dickinson’s on Instagram and Facebook for special offers.
This post was sponsored by Single Edition Media on behalf of Dickinson’s.
Elise Armitage is an entrepreneur and founder of What The Fab, a travel + lifestyle blog based in California. At the beginning of 2019, Elise left her corporate job at Google to chase her dreams: being an entrepreneur and helping women find fabulous in the everyday. Since then, she’s launched her SEO course Six-Figure SEO, where she teaches bloggers how to create a passive revenue stream from their website using SEO. Featured in publications like Forbes, Elle, HerMoney, and Real Simple, Elise is a firm believer that you can be of both substance and style.