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TSA-approved Beauty Products

Whenever I travel by air there always seem to be some beauty product that just doesn’t fit within the TSA’s strict standards (especially if they take my moisturizer, it’s like the world has ended in a second flat).

When packing your favorite beauty must-haves, you want to be travel and economically efficient. Switch it up with a bunch of different brands that vary in purpose much as they do price to keep things smart and interesting. These top TSA-approved beauty products have you covered from shampoo to the finishing touches of a hair dryer that will keep you in comfort and style from the security gate to your ultimate destination.

Clarisonic Acne Brush ($169)
Travel-size, this Clarisonic kit brings together sonic cleansing with a brush head and cleanser designed specifically for the treatment of acne to gently remove impurities for good.

Quelque Fleurs Perfume Compact ($195)
Travel in utmost luxury with this elegant perfume compact. Inside the polished 24-karat gold plated compact topped with a jewel-tone stone is Quelques Fleurs long-lasting solid perfume.

T3 Travel Dryer ($130)
This travel dryer features top-of-the-line technology for hair and is compact enough to slip inside your purse, the lightweight body with folding handle, world voltage, and matching tote make it ideal for travel.

Marvis Toothpaste ($6)
After all that pre-frozen airplane food (you know you eat it), this chic made-in-Italy toothpaste delivers all-day whiteness with fresh minty breath.

Sally Hansen Nail Pen ($8)
Simply click the applicator and behold!: Color. Vitamins A, C and E to condition nails, plus a UV protector to help guard against color fade.

Living Proof Shampoo ($10)

Thoroughly cleanse hair from all that airport grime with Living Proof Shampoo in lieu for thicker, fuller, healthy hair with body and bounce. It’s safe and effective on color treated hair, too.

Terax Conditioner ($9)
Pamper your post-travel tresses with this luxurious conditioner. With a light fragrance, the creamy formula works to nourish and moisturize the hair while resotring split ends and breakage.

Obagi Eye Serum ($89)
Post-travel tell-tale eyes? Forget it. This Obagi Eye Serum will reduce puffiness thanks to special ingredient caffeiene, along with a bi-mineral complex and molonic acid that helps replenish elasticity and support collagen growth for tighter, smoother-looking skin.

Help I Have Allergies ($4.50)
Not just for those who have allergies, this convenient, minimalist-themed allergy medication contains 8 small pills containing 10 mg uncoated loratadine that doesn’t make you drowsy. This travel-friendly Help brand also provides remedies for sleep and headaches.

Air Repair Kit ($35)

This multi-use super hydrating kit is specifically designed for air travel. Typical travel signs of dry, dehydrated and dull skin, fine lines, redness, and irritation are gone with this cute package equipped with Beauty Balm, Facial Mist, Rescue Balm, Cleansing Milk and Eye Cream.

Sources: Who What Wear, Shape Magazine 

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