Travel Essentials: The Sleepover Kit

One of the best things about being an adult is that I no longer need to ask permission to stay over at my friend's house. Over the weekends I will often visit my friends out of town, and stay so late that it makes more sense for me to stay the night than drive home. 

I adore travel size items, so putting together a little overnight bag was the perfect excuse to stock up on them. I found the cute polka dot bag at Forever 21, and stocked up on the travel sizes at Target and beauty stores. 

My essentials:
Coola 50 SPF body spray and Cucumber Mineral Facial sunscreen
Makeup Remover cleansing towelettes 
Sleeping mask
 Toothbrush & toothpaste
Floss
Shower cap
Contact supplies
Hair conditioner
Traditional razor 
Mouthwash
Deodorant
Hair scrunchie & bobby pins
The Sphynx 3-in-1 razor is the coolest little thing!  It fits in the palm of your hand and is my little travel BFF: it contains a water container, a shea butter stick, and two razors for on the go touch ups. I love how unique and easy to use it is: simply press down the "S" in the middle, and turn in any direction. The different tools snap into place, and you're already on your way to smoother legs. While not ideal for a full shave, this little guy is perfect for cleaning up any areas your traditional razor may have missed.

Coola sunscreens: Coola is the best! They make fantastic products that have a cult following for a good reason: they come in fun, subtle scents like vanilla and cucumber, feel good on the skin, and are organic. While it's no problem for me to go without makeup over the weekend, I refuse to skip out on my sunscreen routine. The matte facial sunscreen is perfect, and it's texture on the skin reminds me of a mineral veil, making the skin look airbrushed. Also, skin cancer is real. I want to reduce my risk as much as possible!

So what do you think of my travel essentials? Have I missed anything? 





Have a wonderful weekend!


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