The hardest part of packing is always toiletries. No matter the trip length, toiletries always slow me down. I'll think, "Oh, great! I'm almost done packing... I only have shampoo and stuff left. That shouldn't take too long."
Oh, boy am I wrong.
Imagine trying to pack toiletries for 2 months into one carry-on backpack....Good news - you don't have to! I did it for you.
TOILETRIES PACKING LIST FOR BACKPACKERS AND TRAVELERS (CARRY ON BAG) - Southeast Asia
-Big Deodorant (not gel)
-Glasses Lens Wipes
-Make up remover Wipe
-3 (good) Razors
-Face wash WITH makeup remover (My favorite is Neutrogena Naturals with Makeup Remover)
-Moisturizer (I always use Clinique Ultra Moisturizing Face Gel )
-Hand cream (This is an absolute necessity for me.)
-2.5 oz of Castile Soap: Every travel blogger there ever was raves about Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap (for a good reason). Shampoo, body wash, detergent…. soap does it all. Because you dispense it one drop at a time, a 2.5 oz bottle will easily last 2 months.
-Eye drops (I have very dry eyes and must use drops every day. Perfect for refreshing eyes after not getting much sleep. I use Refresh Artificial Tears.)
-Toothpaste: You can buy a new one in the country when it gets empty. They sell toothpaste everywhere.
-Face Sunscreen: A more gentle formula for the face.
-Wet/Dry hair product ( This is that spray smooths and softens hair at any point. I use Naturaltech Hair Replumper)
Brown Urban Decay Eyeshadow
-Urban Decay eyeshadows are easy to wear light or dark and blend very well. Brown is very versatile.
Duel eyeshadow brush
-dense side and fluffy side
- ask sephora for some samples
Eye Shadow Primer
- this is a great way to make a darker eyeshadow look.
Tiny fluffy brush
Highlighter cream stick
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