12-01-2018 10:36 AMpomarcel
I'm new at traveling, so reaching out to all you experienced travelers! Do you recommend purchasing the trial sizes of personal toiletries to pack? Are these acceptable on flights? Shampoo, body wash, shaving cream, deodarant, hair spray and mousse? Put these in my carry-on?
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12-01-2018 12:05 PM - edited 12-01-2018 12:08 PMdfwskier
TSA requires that individual containers of liquids must be no larger than 3 ounces. So if the trial sizes meet that definition, you should be fine.
Remember to put tham all in a one quart size plastic bag. You'll need to take it out of your carry on bag before your bag is scanned - that is unless you are lucky enough to get TSA pre , or have enrolled in it.
Solid things, like stick deodorant, are not subject to therule -- just liquids.
Enjoy the flight!
12-01-2018 01:23 PMCareforNOLA
@pomarcel, don’t be like me and forget toothpaste! I have had to buy many a toothbrush too. Guess it’s the last thing I use so I am always thinking of leaving rather than packing. Just mentioning it bc I didn’t see it in your list of toiletries. Have a great trip!
12-01-2018 04:41 PMCareforNOLA
Travel size (3.4 oz or less) or I put my stuff in purchased tiny travel bottles, but you only have to worry about the sizzle with carry-on. If you check bags, you can bring whatever size you already have. I am a frequent traveler, and never check bags because my plans often change, so the right size is important for me, but might not be for you. Hopefully that helps.
12-02-2018 08:49 AMCareforNOLA
Ha! Worry about size not sizzle. (Truly, I have rarely sizzled even with my personal care products.).
Bottom line, small (less than 3.4 oz) if carry-on but any size can be checked in with baggage (though I still recommend putting them in a ziplock bag in case they leak).
travel safe and have fun