Perfectly Packed Travel Toiletry Bags

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Need some packing inspiration? Check out my travel toiletry bag! 

I thought I would photograph and share what I packed in my travel toiletry bag for my 10 day trip to Hong Kong and Thailand!

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Inside my Dsptch x BOC travel toiletry bag (links are clickable):

Packing List Toiletry Bag

 Inside my carry-on travel toiletry bag:
  • The clear plastic bag is by Muji. I got tired of just using Ziplocs. Bad for the enviro too.
  • Muji container filled with La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo – keeps my oil factory skin in check!
  • Molton Brown moisturizer from a past hotel stay
  • Contact solution
  • Contact case
  • Bioderma Cleansing Water – Best ever make up remover. I love it!!! I can’t live without it. I buy in bulk in Canada because it’s not available in the USA
  • Antibacterial hand spray
  • Lucas Papaw ointment – diaper cream in Australia but good for dry spots and lip balm!!! I make Aussie friends bring me some
Post-trip thoughts:
  • Looking back at my 10 day trip to Asia everything was the perfect amount except the toothpaste. I didn’t have enough but my friend had a big tube so it was fine. Because I was checking in my bag, I should have carried a larger tube.
  • I would probably grab the bigger size of Tom’s of Maine that I’ve seen that is carry-on friendly
  • I also didn’t need to bring the Muji tub of moisturizer since I brought the Molton Brown one.
  • Bioderma now makes face wipes so that would be better for less liquid!
  • I did forget to bring a pumice stone or my Ped-Egg. Since I wear sandals I need to keep my feet in check. I picked one up at beauty emporium Sasa in HK though.
What’s in your travel toiletry bag? This list is not including my makeup bag, which I wrote about ages ago here.

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