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Summer vacations are all fun and games until you realize you can’t pack your favorite face wash or shampoo because they don’t meet TSA requirements. (And don’t even get us started on when your prized possessions are tossed out at the airport—it’s devastating.) Next time, don’t risk it: These high-end beauty products weigh less than 3.4 ounces, so you never have to sacrifice beauty for space again.
Don’t tempt the altitude gods with a possible perfume spill. Dab some of this scented balm onto your pulse points and reapply as needed.
Elizabeth and James ($48)
If the mere thought of using hotel soap dries your skin up, BYOB (that’s bar, of course). Bonus: This little guy comes with its own travel case, too.
This convenient three-piece kit has everything you need to steer clear of hotel room hair products and have your locks Instagram-ready for your entire trip.
Living Proof ($29)
Use the enclosed puff to blot this universally flattering color over any area where there is excess shine (without fear of a major powder explosion in your suitcase).
Packed with seven oils (like lemon and grapefruit peel) in an easy-to-use rollerball tip, this will moisturize every inch of your skin with a simple swipe.
Fact: Traveling does a number on your skin. Toss this mini “Hollywood Facial” (it’s a favorite of celebs) in your bag to keep acne and blackheads at bay while you’re on the road.
Kate Somerville ($24)
Hundreds of reviewers swear by this fruit-infused eye cream because it gently softens fine lines and deflates under-eye bags without causing any irritation.
A blend of jasmine flower extract, sunflower and jojoba oils works to gently dissolve makeup without leaving your skin feeling tight afterward.
Bobbi Brown ($15)
While this cult-favorite cream doesn’t come cheap, a dime-sized portion is all you need to cover your entire face and neck (so it’ll last way past vacation season).
La Mer ($465)
If five shades of your beloved Naked palette are almost empty (while the other seven are untouched), this condensed pan of everyday neutrals might be a smarter buy.
Urban Decay ($29)
To get that vacation glow without frying in the sun, throw a few of these individually packaged tanning wipes into your carry-on.
Dr. Dennis Gross ($45)
This potent mask dissolves any pollutants that you encounter during your travels and replenishes using healthy probiotics to reveal softer, smoother skin.
Tata Harper ($65)
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