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10 Beauty Buys You Need in Your Carry-on Luggage

These 10 TSA-friendly finds are always in my carry-on luggage.

Happy Friday, my friends. At last!

I’ll post this week’s link-share series tomorrow/over the weekend, but I wanted to kick off our travel-based content in the interim with some of my favorite finds on the suitcase-friendly beauty front.

Reason being:

I posted about the eye patches that I use religiously after (and sometimes during) flights when I was in Austin last weekend and I got a ton of questions about them. Many of you actually messaged me that you’d purchased them too, so I’d love to hear what you think in the comments below. (They’re only $10 for 30 eye patch sets — such a freakin’ deal.)

Here are the TSA-friendly beauty buys always in my suitcase:

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(1) Kiehl’s ‘Facial Fuel’ eye de-puffer, (2) NARS Satin lip pencil in ‘Luxembourg’, (2) NARS satin lip pecil in ‘Luxembourg‘, (3) Rose Salve lip balm, (4) Charlotte Tilbury eyebrow pencil, (5) Jo Malone Wood Sage & Sea Salt cologne, (6) Origins Activated Charcoal exfoliated cleansing powder, (7) Petitfee Gold & Snail Hydrogel eye patches, (8) Honest Company hand sanitizer spray, (9) Burberry fluid-base foundation, (10) Living Proof PhD Dry Shampoo

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In an effort to be transparent, the only items above that were gifted to me to try were the Burberry foundation and Origins cleansing powder. Please know, though, that I do not post about products I don’t genuinely love and this is not a sponsored post. (One of my friends brought the eye patches to Coachella last year and we went through them in a weekend — no joke!)

With the exception of Jo Malone’s fragrant-yet-feminine cologne  all of these products are well under $30. Beyond that, I usually have GOOP’s replenishing night cream in my bag as well — it’s expensive, but something I find splurge-worthy — it’s your face, after all.

The game-changer is Origins’ Activated Charcoal exfoliated cleansing powder — it’s a powder-based face wash that also acts as the best-ever exfoliater. You simply pour the powder into your hands, add water and massage onto your face.

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