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MiiSTS Makes Personal Care Products Easy to Carry

by Amanda Ibey

Sep 7, 2014

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MiiSTS’ line of ultra-slim, personal care products usually sell for $3.99 and meet TSA requirements. You can purchase MiiSTS at Bergmans Luggage Stores, Flight001 Stores and soon at Brookstone Airport Stores and Mister Carwash locations.

 

© Miists | Sunscreen

© Miists | Sunscreen

The SPF 50 Broad Spectrum Sunscreen was developed using the latest research and FDA guidelines. MiiSTS non-comedogenic greaseless formula is free of gluten and nut oils, and is good for children and people with sensitive skin. It’s also water resistant for up to 80 minutes.

 

Made by the Jade & Pearl Company, MiiSTS Natural Insect Repellent comes from an essential oil combination of lemongrass, cedar, citronella and mint oils blended in a base of purified water and coconut oil. This product contains no DEET, chemicals or artificial ingredients and works up to 8 hours.

 

The alcohol-free Mint Breath Spray has 150-plus uses and can last for weeks.

 

The Hair Spray uses a paraben-free formula is used to provide humidity resistant, long lasting hold for all styles and types of hair.

 

© Miists | Sweetener

© Miists | Sweetener

The Zero Calorie Sweetener is an all-natural, low carb product that’s soy free, diabetic safe, gluten free, KOSHER and GMO free. Four sprays equals one sugar packet.

 

The Stain Remover works on all water-washable fabrics, including clothing, carpets, upholstery and vinyl. The product contains no harsh chemicals, fumes, bleaching agents or enzymes. The formula received the Seal of Approval from the Carpet and Rug Institute.

 

The Hand Sanitizer uses an alcohol free, all-natural moisturizing and conditioning formula to kill 99.9 percent of most common germs including MRSA, Influenza A and E. Coli. This particular formula has been used in the health care industry for more than 60 years.

 

The Lens & Screen Cleaner can be used on all modern electronics like a smartphone, tablet, flatscreen and eyewear.

 

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