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Amazon Travel Essentials

Today, I’m sharing some of my favorite travel essentials from Amazon. Whether traveling in the car or taking a plane to your destination, each item will help keep you organized and make your life easier. I even like to keep some of these items in the camper when we are away from home!


Amazon Travel Essentials

  1. Clean Skin Club Clean Towels XL Travel, 3 Pack | I love these towels for removing my makeup. They’re great for travel or use at home.
  2. Makeup Brush Holder | I love this for holding my brushes. It has a magnetic closure, and it’s lightweight.
  3. Repel Windproof Travel Umbrella | It’s always nice to have an umbrella when you’re traveling.
  4. Small Jewelry Case | Three-layer design to hold jewelry. It rolls up and closes with snaps.
  5. All-in-one Travel Razor | Includes a water spray bottle, a Shea Butter moisturizing bar, and two triple-blade razor cartridges.
  6. Beauty Blender Holder | Breathable makeup sponge holder.
  7. Compact Travel Makeup Mirror | I keep this in my handbag and use it all the time, not just when traveling.
  8. Steamer for Clothes | Compact and perfect for travel.
  9. Straightener or Curling Iron Travel Pouch: This pouch is heat resistant. You can put your hair tools in while they’re still hot and not worry about ruining anything in your suitcase!
  10. Clear Toiletry Bags | I use a lot of these when I travel. I put my supplements, skincare products, and other items in them.
  11. Travel Bag with Hanging Hook | This is great for traveling and holds a lot.
  12. Weekender Overnight Bag | This bag comes in different patterns. It has a backside sleeve to slide it over your suitcase handle.
  13. Travel Toothbrush Case and Carrier | This holds your toothbrush and toothpaste.
  14. Travel Cup Holder | Free your hands with his cup holder.
  15. 2 Pack Luggage Tags | Colorful luggage tags help you identify your luggage quickly.
  16. Digital Hand Luggage Scale | If you’ve ever been told your suitcase is over the weight limit and had to shuffle things around at the airport, this is for you.

Travel Tip

  • If you’re flying, always pack at least one extra pair of clothes, a bathing suit, pajamas, and medication in your carry-on.

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  1. Dear. Cyndi,
    Happy travels! Thank you for sharing your faith, fashion, and fun life tips with us all. May I add specifically to your travel tip to take two undies in your carry on? If your luggage doesn’t make it you can carry on! I also stick a couple of grocery sacks in my bag for dirty shoes or wet
    clothes I might have to bring home. God bless you and yours! Anita

  2. We’re traveling to Scotland in a few months. Your blog post is perfect timing for me. I have already ordered a few of your suggested travel items. Thank you!

  3. Thanks for sharing these travel items. You reminded me that I need to purchase a heat proof case for my curling iron. I left mine in a hotel room last summer. Ugh!
    Were you able to get your clothes steamer onboard? We sailed on Celebrity last year and my steamer was confiscated and I had to pick it up at the end of the trip.
    Anyway, hope you have a great time on your “at sea” days.

  4. Hello ladies…….couple of tips. I never take a trip without a folding laundry bag and my Mrs over the door shoe organizer. For cruising, a must are magnetic hooks. They stick to walls in your cabin and are great for hats, etc

  5. Great roundup and fully agree with your carryon tip. I’ll add one a pilot told me, pack “light and tight”. I’d been traveling for work a good bit and had a couple items break (makeup compact and mirror). After he told me that, I started packing my makeup and toiletries so tight they didn’t have room to move. Haven’t had a problem since!