How To Get The Best Out of Your Carry-On

How To Get The Best Out of Your Carry-On

Traveling can be the highlight of your year, but it can quickly change into a nightmare when it comes to packing.

When packing for a trip, you typically don’t have a lot of extra space in your carry-on, so it’s important to make the most of the space you do have. By taking items that serve a dual purpose, you’ll cut down on the stress of packing and maybe even have a little room to spare.

Here are 5 items that serve a dual purpose in your carry-on bag:

  1. Medication Organizer
    Whether it’s a daily med, vitamins or even a bottle of generic aspirin, you’re using valuable carry-on space to accommodate those bottles. An easy space hack is to pick up a medication organizer that will hold all of the above in one nice, neat container. This will give you a lot more space and you won’t have to search for the right bottle among all of your other belongings.

  2. Travel Toothbrush & Paste
    Not only will you want to have fresh breath for the plane ride, but if your main bag of luggage doesn't make it to your destination, your first stop after a long plane ride won't be to the airport gift shop for an overpriced toothbrush. You can also use a dab of toothpaste on any unwelcome zits that may pop up during flight, allowing you to leave your acne cream at home. 

  3. Wet Wipes
    Did you know you can use these things for about anything? Really. Anything. Whether you need to refresh your face after a long flight, remove makeup or even a quick hand wash, these are your go-to. If you’re in a pinch, you can also use a wet wipe in place of toilet paper, which really makes having them on hand worthwhile.

  4. An over-sized scarf
    Have you seen how many things you can do with an over-sized scarf?! With the right scarf, you don’t need to stress over stuffing extra clothing into in your carry-on. Your over-sized scarf can be a blanket, a dress, a shawl and so much more. Don’t believe me? Check out this amazing tutorial here.

  5. Baby Powder
    This simple household item is one of the most versatile things you will ever pack in your carry-on. Typically used to fight diaper rash, baby powder can be used as deodorant, dry-shampoo, shoe deodorizer and can even soothe dry skin. After a long flight, you may find yourself in need of refreshing and baby powder will be there for you in full force.

There you have it! 5 items that will get you the most use for you space…

And don’t forget to add some Noche Y Dia Vitamin C Serum to your bag. With its smooth and velvety finish, it will leave your face feeling refreshed and glowing, no makeup required, making it the perfect travel companion.

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