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    Every Single One Of These 32 Travel Products Is Under $15 (And You Can Get 'Em All From Amazon Canada)

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    1. A pair of EarPlanes if you're sensitive to air pressure changes when you fly. Reviewers say these babies are way better than chewing gum and that they really help when it comes to headaches and ear pain, especially when the plane takes off and touches down.

    2. A mini bottle of wrinkle-release spray because showing up at your destination with a suitcase full of creased clothing is no fun at all.

    may holding a bottle of downy wrinkle releaser spray in her laundry room

    3. And a retractable lint roller that's compact enough to toss in your bag, even if you like to pack light. It's particularly handy if you're staying somewhere with pets or plan on attending a special event where you wanna look *nice*.

    4. An RFID-blocking passport wallet that'll lend you a little peace of mind while you're travelling. Reviewers love that in addition to their passport, it's roomy enough to hold their boarding pass, go-to cards, and some cash, too.

    a passport holder that looks like a canadian passport on a wood surface next to a hat, a map, and glasses

    5. A trio of Moleskin journals if you're keen on documenting your worldly adventures. They're smol, meaning you can stick 'em in your pocket, day bag, fanny pack — wherever!

    three moleskin journals on a blank background

    6. An anti-friction blister stick that'll be a true blessing for your feet if you plan on doing a ton of walking on your next trip. Reviewers say this stuff has saved them at events (like weddings) when they've had to stand around in strappy heels for hours on end, too.

    A person putting an anti-friction into their handbag

    7. A pack of bestselling motion sickness patches if you're prone to getting nauseous while you're en route. They can help you get from point A to point B without feeling totally awful.

    the motion sickness patches on a blank background

    8. An AirTag holder that comes with a carabiner, making it a breeze to attach to whatever item it is you're trying not to lose while you're on vacay.

    a person holding the apple air tag holder and showing the way the carabiner opens

    9. A universal power adapter because if you're going to a country with different outlets, you'll want to be able to plug in your stuff (obviously!).

    10. A weekly pill organizer that'll help you keep track of your daily vitamins and tablets, even while you're on the move. Each individual container is divided in two, so you can separate your a.m. doses from your p.m. ones.

    A person holding one of the pill containers in front of the whole pill storage box

    11. A water-repellant laptop sleeve that'll keep your tech safe if you plan on doing the digital nomad thang. It has a zippered pocket you can use to stash your chargers and accessories in, too.

    a laptop sleeve on a clean surface next to a laptop, phone, and coffee

    12. A set of CORSX pimple patches if you tend to break out when you travel. They'll suck the gunk out of your zits and help to keep your face situation from getting out of hand.

    13. A wee jewellery box that'll help you keep your bangles and baubles neat 'n' tidy. It zips up, which will prevent your stuff from spilling out into the rest of your luggage.

    14. A travel perfume atomizer in case you can't be without your signature scent. This way you won't have to pack your entire bottle and risk it shattering in your bag.

    Elizabeth transferring some of her perfume into a mini refillable perfume atomizer bottle

    15. A Clean & Clear jelly eye mask you'll be glad to have on hand when you're feeling jet-lagged. It's packed with seaweed extract and hyaluronic acid to leave your skin feeling refreshed as heck.

    Three jelly sheet masks in their packaging

    16. A portable door lock for a little extra security if your mind likes to run wild with terrifying "what if" scenarios the moment you shut the lights off in your hotel room.

    17. A compact mirror you can use to reapply your makeup, no matter where you might be. It actually lights up and is magnified on one side, so you'll be able to see what you're doing.

    a light-up mirror shown folded and unfolded on a blank background

    18. A pack of reusable twist ties to keep your cables wound up neatly. Reviewers appreciate how strong they are and love how they prevent their cords from getting tangled up.

    a pair of corded earbuds neatly wound up and held together with a reusable twist tie

    19. A pair of SPF lip balms that'll keep your pout hydrated and protected from UV rays — perfect if your vacay itinerary includes basking in the sweet sun. They'll be fab for summer picnics and park hangs once you're back home, too.

    a tube of soft lips spf lip balm in front of a watermelon graphic

    20. A pack of toothbrush covers because the thought of my toothbrush partying with any potentially germy stuff in my suitcase seriously grosses me out. They're cheap, easy to use, and will keep things more hygienic.

    a pack of four tooth brush covers on a blank background

    21. A microfibre beach towel that can be rolled up nice and small, which makes packing it away a no-prob-bob kind of situation. It's designed to dry quickly, in case lugging around a sopping-wet towel isn't on your itinerary.

    vibrant towels handing off a railing

    22. A shock-proof tech pack that'll keep your itty-bitty electronics protected. It'll also give you somewhere to store your chargers and cables, helping you stay organized while you're bopping from one destination to the next.

    a hard-shell electronics case shown open and closed on a blank background

    23. A toiletry set you can fill up with your fave essentials (and skip wasting your dollars on a bunch of minis). It comes with four silicone 60 mL bottles, so you can safely pack 'em all in your carry-on without stressing about going over the liquid limit.

    a clear case with four tubes and a sheet of labels

    24. A mesh tote bag that'll allow sand to slip right through it, which means you won't have to shake it out every time you return from the beach. It folds down into a self-containing pocket for easy-peasy packing, too.

    the mesh tote bag

    25. A packing list pad that'll help you get organized before you head out on your trip. If you're anything like me and always forget to bring that one thing you really need, having this will be a big help.

    a person using the packing check list

    26. A pair of durable luggage tags in case your checked bag goes missing. You have to open it up to reveal all of your personal information (for privacy), but there's a slotted area that'll display your name or whatever else you choose to write in.

    a luggage tag on a blank background

    27. A sun hat that'll bless your face and hair with a bit of shade. It has an opening at the back you can stick your ponytail through, too.

    28. A teeny travel razor that comes with its own little case, so you won't accidentally slice yourself when you rummage through your toiletry bag.

    a tiny venus razor in a tiny case

    29. And a travel-sized tube of shaving cream if reggo soap just doesn't do it for you and dry shaving is an actual nightmare.

    a tube of eos shea butter shave cream against a blank background

    30. A sarong-style coverup you can throw on when you don't feel like strutting around in nothing but a bikini. It's super lightweight, meaning you won't overheat while you wear it.

    a person wearing a sarong on a beach

    31. A waterproof pouch that'll save your phone from getting wet or clogged with sand. Reviewers love that they can still use their touchscreen without taking their device out of its protective bubble.

    a person using their phone in the pouch while sitting in a body of water

    32. And last but not least, a pack of unscented laundry detergent sheets if you plan on doing your own laundry while you're on your trip. Why pack more liquids when you can just use these things?

    a person holding sheets of tru earth laundry detergent strips

    Have SO much fun, y'all, and safe travels!

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