With today’s restrictions on flying with liquids, a travel-sized product is expected to be the equivalent of a Swiss Army Knife. This list of the 10 best multitasking travel-sized products will help you get more bang for your buck.
1. Dr. Bronner’s Peppermint Pure-Castile Liquid Travel Soap, $1.99: The cult-brand offers a mini version of one of its most popular scents. As a body wash, its fresh scent and cooling sensation busts jet lag. It can also be used as a shampoo, detergent and shaving balm.
2. St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub, $4.49: When it comes to glowing skin, this scrub has a lot of fans. It’s also an effective cleanser and acne-fighter.
3. WEN Cleansing Conditioner Travel Packs, $40: This multi-pack of shampoo works hard as a cleanser, conditioner, detangler and deep-conditioner. Bonus: They smell delicious.
4. Psssst! Instant Dry Shampoo Spray, $2.99: No time to suds up? Make greasy strands disappear with this vintage favorite reborn in the form of a travel-sized spray. It’s a great volumizer, too.
5. Pacifica Indian Coconut Nectar Perfume Roll-On, $12: This scent is sure to send you to the tropics, even if your destination is Detroit. It’s a one-stop fragrance that can go from day to night.
6. Aruba Aloe After Sun Lotion, $10: Tame wicked sunburn and hydrate skin at the same time.
7. Smith’s Rosebud Salve, $6: The question is, what doesn’t this beloved product do? Use it as a lip balm, soothe stings and burns, heal irritation and combat dryness.
8. Philosophy Purity Made Simple, $10: As its name suggests, it doesn’t get any simpler than this. It’s a facial wash that cleanses the skin and removes all traces of makeup.
9. Rinse Bath & Body Co. Lavender Skin Stick, $8: Airplane-friendly, this lotion stick can be used on dry spots, and, best of all, acts as calming aromatherapy that won’t overpower fellow passengers.
10. Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 20, $20.50: Foundation? Check. Moisturizer? Check. Sunblock? Check. All of that in one little tube. Who says traveling has to be stressful?
The Alamo was a place occupied by Spanish settlers, and an important part of the early stages of Texas’s war for independence from Mexico. The Spanish settlers established a military and prepared for a fight. During the early stages of the war, a group of Texan soldiers ambushed and took over the Alamo from the Mexican military and gained control of San Antonio. Shortly after, the Mexican military gained control once again. The Battle of The Alamo went on for years and eventually ended with the Texans winning.
While your first inclination might be panic when you map out the various appointments and meetings on your upcoming business trip, relax. Trust us, a rental car has you covered.
Ride Cabin offers adventure seekers traveling between Los Angeles and San Francisco a unique way to reach their destination: a sleeper bus. While you have several options for travel between the two cities (a quick and boring flight or an eight-hour scenic drive), RideCabin expands your choices to include a convenient and comfortable third option.
Experience a big-city hotel stay that doesn’t feel like your typical urban visit at Chicago’s Claridge House, nestled in the sought-after Gold Coast neighborhood. The hotel’s sophisticated décor and serene residential ambience foster the atmosphere of an oasis amid the hustle and bustle of a busy metropolis.
Sai Sa Ard is the place for breakfast. You may order a fruit bowl, roti canal ($12), a common breakfast street food, or an omelet and rice with sweet chili sauce. If you cannot handle rice in the morning, ask for an alternative or order something else from the menu.