Do you have a game plan for packing your cosmetics before
you go through security?
- How many times you needed your skin care products right a way because your flight got delayed, cancelled or luggage loss?
- No worries with choosing the right Travel Size Cosmetics before your trip you will save time and hassle.
- Make your trip Better by Using 3-1-1
- Remember the 3-1-1 rule. Those numbers stand for 3 oz. containers, 1 plastic bag and 1 bag per passenger. The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) implemented the 3-1-1
- Pack cosmetics, including liquids and gels, in the luggage that you are checking if you would rather not carry smaller containers on board. However, if you prefer to have your makeup with you to touch up after a long flight, or if you are concerned about your luggage being lost or delayed and don’t want to spend time at your destination trying to replace foundation or mascara, you can bring small portions of those “must-haves” in your carry-on luggage.
- All personal cleaning items like shampoo and conditioner must be in containers no larger than three ounces. You can usually find these small plastic bottles at your local discount store or drugstore chain in the toiletries section.
- Pick your essential cosmetic liquids from our Travel Kits for Face & Body 1 oz. bottles. Place all those 1 oz. bottles into a quart-sized clear plastic zip-top bag. The TSA allows one bag per passenger.
- Transparent Travel Kits Bag makes it easier for customs inspectors to view the items.