Holidays are to be enjoyed to the fullest, and you should not compromise on that universal mission statement.
Of course, nobody is going anywhere for some time yet. New travel restrictions are constantly coming into effect across Canada, but that does not mean you cannot use this downtime to sit and reflect on all the adventures to-be.
When holidays are resumed, you need to be ready. Here is everything you need to know in the way of taking lifestyle products on holiday.
Choose Organic Aesop Products
It is not enough to just take any lifestyle product on holiday. You expect the best experience when you are abroad, and only the best products will contribute to that sentiment here.
For example, Aesop’s organic products are a great investment for the travel and lifestyle aficionado. Everything from their body balms to their room sprays is comprised of a healthy combination of plant-based materials and laboratory-made ingredients. These products are incredibly potent in the soothing sensory experiences they offer, helping you to relax abroad.
Because these products are so aromatherapeutic, they can either be a familiar home comfort or a brand-new, mind-blowing sensation. Any good holiday can benefit from either of these effects, so invest in these organic products to give any future travel experience a completely fresh dynamic.
Buy Smaller and Reusable Bottles
When you are travelling, security at airports can be incredibly tight. Nothing gets past them, and rightly so.
The rules and laws vary about what you can and cannot take on planes, and they can also change at any given time. Some countries might incur bans that are only targeted at one other nation, for example. Still, it is fair to assume that there will be some bans on liquid, beauty, and lifestyle products being over a certain quantity or size. That is standard practice today.
Therefore, you may have to adjust how you pack slightly. A good idea would be to take smaller sized and reusable bottles along with you, and to fill them with your lifestyle products before going through the airport. You can then switch the product back to its original or larger container once you are in your accommodation. This will help you more evenly distribute all your products and secure them clearance through customs.
Use the Right Bag
Unfortunately, it is no secret that many airport personnel are rather careless with the luggage of travelers. They will throw all bags into a plane’s cargo hold without a care in the world.
If yours are packed with lifestyle products, this combined with a rough-handling airport staffer could spell disaster. Therefore, it is best to pack everything in a leak-proof plastic bag, just as a precaution. There are no guarantees things will go wrong, but if they do, you will be glad of this decision.
Ensuring that the bag is see-through could help too. That way, you know if any mishaps have happened before opening the thing and potentially spilling the contents everywhere. If you see the damage, you may also be able to make a claim with the baggage desk too, with your proof. It is not nice to assume the worst, but preparation saves a lot of headaches.