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Wed Feb 14, 2007 11:08 pm      Reply with quote
Hmmm. I travel this weekend on a plane, both to domestic and international airports. I usually travel with a few things because I am just gone for a few days, but this next trip I will be gone for 6 weeks. Just wondering, I have my MMU, but also have CareKate's stuff and I Feel Pretty stuff. How do I transport on the plane? I know that they do not allow liquids (over 3 oz), so do I put in my luggage or carry on? Will it survive my luggage? Would prefer not to put in my carry on since I am already loaded with MMU and laptop!
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Wed Feb 14, 2007 11:12 pm      Reply with quote
I usually put my routine stuff in my check-in luggage and keep my little makeup bag (the little stuff I keep in my purse) and to bring a spritzer or something hydrating on the plane. I usually travel 14+ hour flights and sometimes I do travel domestic and international if I need to transfer so putting all my routine stuff in my carry-on/purse seems extra baggage knowing I won't use my Vit C/AHA serums on the plane. I travelled a month ago and brought a spritzer, MMU and silk dust on the plane with me. I like to bring samples if I need creams (I took my sample of Dr.H rose cream) for hydration.
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Thu Feb 15, 2007 2:04 am      Reply with quote
Just make sure your liquid/gel products are in leakproof bottles. I use the Nalgene bottles which are cheap in camping/outdoor co-op stores. I also put the skincare and hair stuff in ziplock bags just to be double sure nothing leaks on my clothes.
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Thu Feb 15, 2007 9:17 am      Reply with quote
Sormuimui, what kind of spritzer did you bring with you?
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