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Leslie Avatar

I pretty much just take my usual products with me lol. I use Neutrogena Oil-Free makeup remover and Lancome Creme Radiance foaming face wash. They take up practically no extra room in my bag and I bring cotton balls and I use whatever wash cloth they offer wherever we are staying. Easy peasy. Now….which MAKEUP I use for travel….that is another story. HAHA.

Lisa Avatar

I love the idea of taking a cleansing oil with me, but I tend to take a balm (like Clinique’s Take The Day Off or similar), just so that there’s no chance of leakage. I love the idea of the reusable cloth – I’m adding that to my kit. Thanks for the great idea!

Ana Maria Avatar

I shamefully admit that I use makeup wipes when I travel, but always use after my regular face wash (usually a travel size). When I travel I can’t rely on having the perfect bathroom conditions, so it’s better to have a more convenient option that works in worst case scenarios (I don’t have access to running water, I have to share a bathroom, etc).
I try to get biodegradable ones (although we all know that’s debatable) and better formulas, but it is was it is). Sometimes two weeks of international travel or a road trip aren’t the perfect space for cleansing balm and washcloths.

Nancy T Avatar

For eye makeup removal, cotton rounds soaked in baby oil in a Ziploc bag. Also, I keep the mini containers from all my Sephora Rouge Birthday Gifts or similar such that once housed a product that became HG status for me. I clean them out and then if I need to travel, scoop out enough for the trip. Farmacy Green Clean is one that I cannot go without! I will also bring along a mini of FAB cleanser since I double cleanse.

StayK Avatar

I keep a travel size bottle of Bioderma micellar water, the pink 1 for sensitive skin, that I refill from a larger 1. Then I keep a few mini face kits on hand, ya know the kind with a multi step routine all in minis. Which is how I judge if I want to purchase the larger size. My most recent purchased was the Osmosis the Aging kit & the Brightening kits and also the Tata Harper Daily Essentials kit. I also have a thing for minis. Their just so darn cute.

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