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    43 Products Reviewers Swear By For Going On Vacation

    Including motion sickness-reducing wrist bands you might wanna buy for the whoooole fam.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A hands-free (rotating!) phone mount designed for use on all airlines — not only can you mount it to the tray table, but to the arm of a chair or any flat surface, so you'll be able to stream content easy as pie.


    Promising review: "I bought this nifty gadget about six months for a multi-leg, ultra long haul trip and it more than held up the entire duration. I was able to finagle it to fit the tray tables on different planes and like others, I find the height just nice when clamped onto a stowed tray table. It also works on my roller carry-on handle during layovers. However, I find myself using it a lot outside of travel too! Work-wise, I've clamped it onto my office desk shelving to hold my phone at eye level beside my computer. At home, I simply clamped it to a deck of cards and it turns into a versatile stand that I can place on any flat surface. Heck, I've been using it to hold my phone comfortably at eye level while watching videos in bed. It's extremely well-built and I find myself fidgeting with it all the time. Thus far it still feels solid and I don't anticipate breaking it any time soon. Even if it does break, I'll be happy to buy another one or two of it!" —Earendil

    Get it from Amazon for $12.97.

    2. A handy RFID-blocking travel wallet complete with *deep breath* a passport pocket, boarding pass compartment, three credit card slots, an ID slot, a slim card pouch, slim pocket, a ticket slot, a cellphone pouch, a coin zippered pocket, key holder, and a pen holder, all in one itty bitty place so you're never scrambling to find anything when you're on the move. 

    reviewer image of the orange wallet
    Reviewer image showing it snapped shut with contents inside

    Promising review: "I absolutely love this wallet. I needed a new travel wallet, and this holds everything I need all in one place, and it still closes nicely and stays flat! I can fit my boarding pass, passport, ID, credit cards, money, checked baggage tickets, receipts, and more in it, yet it doesn’t bulk up or look like an overstuffed mess. It's just amazing. The description says it only holds US money, but I just used the boarding pass flap to hold all my Japanese Yen (¥), which are larger. I didn’t use the zippered pocket for coins as I much prefer a separate coin purse for that sort of thing. I definitely recommend to anyone who travels a lot!" —Anthony Luu

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in 35 colors).

    3. A travel laptop backpack with plenty of room for everything you need, plus protection for your tech that has truly ... thought ... of everything?? It has soft, ventilated padding for a comfy fit, a luggage strap to fit on a suitcase, a whole slew of pockets (including a hidden anti-theft one), plus a built in USB charger outside and built in charging cable inside. OH! And it's also water-resistant. If this backpack were a person, it would be the safest, smuggest person alive.

    Reviewer wearing gray backpack full of items
    Reviewer image of gray backpack upright on floor showing multiple front pockets, laptop sleeve, and storage

    Promising review: "This little backpack got me through 12 days of traveling Europe! I used a few space saver bags as well, but was able to bring four pairs of pants, seven shirts, and one dress, then wore a few things twice. It held up really well throughout, and fit dimensions for WOW, Vueling, and EasyJet." —CM

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99 (available in seven colors).

    4. Plus a roomy duffel bag that's practically *screaming* "take me on a weekend road trip — this durable, water-resistant duffel comes with long handles for easy maneuvering, a side panel to hook it to a roll-on suitcase, and even has compartments to separate dry clothes from wet/dirty clothes. 

    the pastel pink duffel bag with white logo tag
    Model wearing the duffel in various ways and strapping to a suitcase

    It's water-resistant and has an adjustable long strap.

    Promising review: "Exactly what I was looking for in a weekend bag. It is very well made, good construction from zippers to straps, inside and out. I was able to pack all my needed items for the weekend, including laptop. Extremely happy with this bag. Will gladly use this bag on longer trips as well. I purchased the light pink color and it's perfect." —pixie trinket

    Get it from Amazon for $26.99+ (available in five colors).

    5. A popular water-resistant Under Armour face mask designed to sit off your lips, giving you plenty of room to breathe without getting fabric sucked into your mouth — a perfect mask for anyone looking to relax on a long plane flight. It's also made with the company's Iso-Chill fabric, so it doesn't overheat despite being bulkier than other masks.

    BuzzFeed editor in a black face mask that protrudes slightly off the face
    Emma Lord/BuzzFeed

    FWIW, if you're planning to exercise in a mask while traveling, this mask also has the approval of a *ton* of runners and athletes in its reviews, but also runners IRL. I run in Central Park four days a week and I am constantly seeing other runners in this mask. I have two of them in my own run rotation, and I'm impressed not only by how well they stay in place and don't get over-sweaty and gross on long runs, but by how well they wash up and maintain their shape. The straps are super soft on your ears, too. I've gotten to used to straps chafing on longer runs that I was surprised by what a difference this made. I gifted one of these to my dad for Christmas, too, and it's his go-to for walks and errand running. It's just an overall easier mask to breathe in (while still maintaining a tight fit and keeping the people around you safe!).

    Promising review: "I love this mask. It's comfortable and fits well on the sides. It's multi-layer which gives me peace of mind, but it's not hot nor does it trap my breath making it uncomfortable when I'm working out. It washes and dries well, but just make sure you give yourself time for it to completely dry before planning to wear I mentioned, it's multi-layer, so it takes a little longer (to air dry). I also wore this mask on recent plane trips that I took for the extra peace of mind. So glad I spent the money on a better-made mask. I'm thinking of ordering another one." —Kristi S. 

    Type Of Fit: Around the ear loops

    Pocket For Filter: No

    Fabric Type: Iso-Chill fabric

    Shipping Time: Standard shipping

    Get it from Amazon for $15+ (available in five sizes and six colors; for reference, I'm wearing the Small-Medium above).

    6. Plus a soft silicone ear-saver and mask-extender you'll be grateful for on long flights, train rides, and bus trips — not only does it take some of the pressure off your ears, but it helps make a more personalized fit on masks with elastic straps that don't *quite* fit your face, making them much comfier and more secure. 

    A model wearing a mask that is pulled together around the back of their head by the silicone ear saver, which has three different toggles on the back for sizing

    People are also using these to prevent their hearing aids or earbuds from falling out and getting lost while they're taking masks on and off. Plus this silicone ear-saver is anti-slip to keep it locked in place, and designed not to get tangled in hair.

    Psst — a lot of reviewers mention this worked great for kids' masks, especially since sizing for kids' faces is all over the place and difficult to measure out when you're buying masks online!

    Promising review: "I bought these for my second 10-hour plane ride because the back of my ears hurt so bad from the mask the first time! These are supper comfortable easy to use!! Love that it has three notches to adjust it better! Overall love the product!" —Carlee Wilson

    Get a four-pack from Amazon for $6.99 (available in eight different color combos).

    7. A set of Sea Bands, which target an acupuncture point on your wrists meant to help reduce nausea — a must-have for anyone who gets motion sick on long car rides, cruises, buses, and trains. 

    Promising review: "These were awesome! My entire family suffers from motion sickness, especially car sickness. My little one gets sick in the car on a regular car ride through the city. So I knew that a long road trip was going to be a disaster. I was amazed at how well these bands worked for everyone! Not one single person complained about being sick for 12 hours in the car. At one point I did have one child remove their bands because they said they were getting too tight. But after only a few minutes without them, a headache started to come on, so they immediately put them back on and the relief was instant. I have suffered for decades and now I know better. I will never travel without mine again!" —1SmartCookie

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $7.73 (available in adult and children's sizes).

    8. A 50-count set of super handy laundry soap sheets you can use to hand wash your clothes right in the sink, whether you want to refresh your undies or you sweated out some workout clothes and want to go on round two with them after letting them air dry. TBH, one of these tiny things might save you a whole BUNDLE of packing space for extra clothes you don't need! 

    collection of shaving sheets, body wash sheets, and shampoo sheets

    Promising review: "This came SO in handy during my vacation to Europe! I was making lots of different stops to places with different types of weather. With these laundry soap sheets I was able to wash my clothes in the sink — letting me pack just the right amount of clothes for all the different places I went." —Katie Fujarski

    Get a set of 50 from Amazon for $7.19 (available in four other styles, including hand soap and shampoo).

    9. A ridiculously soft Essential Hoodie from Pond LA, which is basically what happens when a cozy sweater and and a sleeping mask join forces to create the ultimate lightweight piece you can use for everything from light naps to full-on workouts. Not to's got a secret kangaroo pocket 🦘.

    Model in blush pink half zip hooded sweater with an eye mask installed in the hood obscuring their eyes
    Model in the beige version with the hood down
    Pond LA

    Pond LA is a California-based woman-owned, Asian-owned independent product design studio that produces in small, handmade batches from fabrics sourced in Los Angeles.

    Promising review: "I fly a lot and am constantly trying to find a hoodie with a big hood to cover my eyes so I can catch up on some beauty sleep on flight. I saw this product on Instagram and knew it would be a game-changer. I was able to use it recently for the first time on an early morning flight and let me tell you, it is EVERYTHING I was looking for and more. It’s comfy, cozy, oversized and the eye covers make you feel like you’re in a whole other world and not packed like a sardine on a plane. My over ear headphone fit perfectly under it and I got the best sleep I’ve had on a plane — EVER! Like other reviews have said it is big so size down if you want something a little more snug. I have been wearing it everyday at home and can’t wait to get the black and blush one!" —Heather G.

    Get it from Pond LA for $128 (available in women's sizes S-L and three colors).

    10. A waterproof pouch to keep your phone and other "doesn't play well with water"-type gadgets safe. Not only does this keep it safe, but you can still use the touchscreen with it, meaning you can take underwater photos galore 🐠🐟🐡.

    Reviewer dropping phone in the case into a streaming river
    Reviewer image of phone safe in the case after being in river

    It fits any phone up to 100mm x 170mm (or about 3.9 inches x 6.7 inches). It's also a great fix for keeping out sand and dirt (and a great option for runners, if you're caught in the rain but still want to be able to toggle through your music options).

    Promising review: "I purchased this case in July for an upcoming canoe trip with a friend, and as luck would have it, we flipped our canoe. Being the rebel that I am, I chose not to wear my phone around my neck, and so it, my ID, and my debit card ended up at the bottom of the river and I just assumed it would be discovered a thousand years from now and placed in a museum as an ancient artifact. Fast forward to this week. I was contacted via FB by an Alachua County Sheriff’s Office diver and guess what he found? Yup, my phone case with all of the contents intact and dry as a bone! He had to cut the case open, but there was not one single drop of water in it and he ended up purchasing a case for himself because he was just that impressed!" —Julie McDonald

    Get it from Amazon for $6.79+ (available in 14 colors).

    11. A handy as heck sunburn soother you'll probably want to stock up on before any kind of vacation involving a lot of ☀️ — it's made with aloe and coconut oil to hydrate skin and gently relieve pain from the sun's unforgiving rays within just a few hours.

    Psst — a lot of reviewers mentioned this also helped prevent peeling and itching!

    Promising review: "I bought this product to take on our vacation. I am so glad I did. I got burnt on my lower legs and tops of my feet. I thought I had put enough sunscreen on. I didn't. That night I woke with my legs and feet both burning and itching. The instant I put this on I had relief. OMG I cannot say enough about this stuff. Buy it. Keep it on hand. Great product. Thank you Burt's Bees!" —D.S. 

    Get it from Amazon for $7.69.

    12. A set of cooling towels that get chilly the moment you soak them in water and wring them out — a godsend for when you're looking for quick ways to cool down when the temperature outside starts to spike on hot trips and hikes.

    A blue, pink, green, and gray cooling towel rolled up next to their carrying cases, which come with keychains
    Reviewer with blue towel slung around their neck

    It also keeps its chill for hours and will immediately get chilly again when you soak it in water and repeat the process.

    Promising review: "These are wonderful and work! Purchased to use for Disney trip and they were perfect. They have no chemical smell. You just add water and ring them out. Each comes with its own case and clip. Stayed cool for hours. Great for heat and nausea. Just wrapped around neck and instant relief!" —Christina Hatfield

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $15.99.

    13. A mini steam iron you'll *definitely* want to invest in if you pack tight and you've got formal occasions or ~dressy outfits~ to show off. This is a much easier solution than wrangling a hotel iron or trying to run the shower steam over your clothes. 

    the compact steam iron packed in a suitcase full of clothes

    Promising review: "The best travel item I have purchased this year! It irons so well. I took it on a trip to Germany a few weeks ago. I just placed a towel on the counter or on the bed, and it took minimal effort to iron out the creases. The steam works very well. I hardly had to use the max heat option because it’s pretty powerful. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who does business travel and are going to areas that don’t have irons available in the hotel rooms or for leisure travel as well. It doesn’t take up much room. It fits in the palm of my hand. I also had no problem getting through security in Germany, London, or the US."—Erica Kowsari

    Get it from Amazon for $21.69.

    14. A delightful little tool called the "Bug Bite Thing" – it suctions on all kinds of bug bites to reduce swelling, itchiness, and redness, so you can go on hiking and camping trips without itching like you're trying to start a new TikTok dance. 

    A BuzzFeed editor's arm with a bite on it
    Rebecca O'Connell / BuzzFeed

    This works on mosquitoes, bees, wasps, biting flies, sea lice, and more (although TBH, if this list of bugs gets any longer I may just stay indoors forever!!).

    Promising review: "I bought this before a NH trip with my nephews because one of them had seen it advertised (on YouTube?) and thought it was wild. I thought maybe they'd use at some point on the trip — but instead, I got absolutely massacred by mosquitos on a hike (THROUGH YOGA PANTS) on the one day I didn't use bug spray. I swell up like crazy when I'm bit, and this zapped the itch. My bites also faded much faster than they usually do on my skin. Wildly effective product. Went well beyond my expectations." —Kate S

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    15. A stick of Body Glide anti-chafing balm you can apply between your thighs so you can wear all your fashionable vacation dresses to touristy spots or hike in your more active excursions without worrying about extra ouchies. 

    A model applying the balm to her inner thigh

    Promising review: "I used this stuff on the Appalachian trail and it works amazing. Like marble on marble and instant relief. A must-have for any trail hiker." —Draco

    Get it from Amazon for $8.

    16. Plus a foot blister-preventing balm that basically magics an extra layer between your skin and your shoe, so you can go on all your hikes or long walks around new cities without worrying about getting big ole blisters on your feet without a Band-Aid in sight. 

    A model rubbing balm on their heel

    Promising review: "Wow. I took this on vacation, during which we walked about 20,000 steps daily. And of course my shoes being to rub against parts of my feet, terribly. But I smeared this on and it was amazing. I did have to reapply a few times a day, in public, but I highly recommend this!! I used it on my toes, ankle area, etc., and my feet felt great (normal)." —Y.

    Get it from Amazon for $8.

    17. An expandable dirty laundry bag that packs in a tiny zip-up and extends into a bag that can hold a week's worth of laundry, made with moisture-resistant fabric so your dirty clothes don't muck up your nice clean ones. 

    The white laundry bag zipped and then expanded to 21 by 22 inches

    Promising review: "I love this bag for travel. It's the perfect size. Unlike so many travel laundry bags, this one is the perfect size for clothes and undies. So many are too small like a lingerie bag or too big like a bag to take to the laundry mat. This is cute and folds up into itself." —N. Newman

    Get it from Amazon for $10.69+ (available in five colors).

    18. A glare-free Kindle Paperwhite that is, bless its technological heart, fully waterproof, so you can take it on all your wettest, wildest travels without sending all the unsuspecting characters to an early watery grave. It's also a great solution for travel entertainment because it holds THOUSANDS of books in its slim, lightweight frame, and holds its charge for weeks (plural!!). 

    A Kindle Paperwhite turned on to show the layout out six books on the menu screen
    A side view of a Kindle that has spilled water on it to show that it's waterproof

    This will not only hold thousands of books, but will let you read the *chef's kiss* way you like best — you can customize it with all their favorite fonts and layouts, and organize your virtual shelves to your precise standards. 

    Promising review: "For Christmas I got the Kindle and took it on vacation. I loved having it! I was able to read three books that I otherwise would not have brought as they take up space. The screen really does look like a paper page and while you don’t flip a page, I found I didn’t miss it. The battery also truly does last about a week and that’s with me using it for hours a day. The ability to instantly get a new book was great and I am reading more than I was previously as I don’t have to wait for a physical book. The ability to check out books from your local library is also great. Another plus is not needing multiple book cases. I move a lot and each time I dread packing up and hauling box after box of books. I love seeing a big book case full of books but realized I only re-read a few and the rest are basically an art piece. I will probably not buy another physical book again unless a very special case." —Photoculturist

    Read BuzzFeed's closer look at the Kindle Paperwhite for more deets!

    Get it from Amazon for $129.99 (available in four colors).

    19. A set of toiletry wipe packs so compact and handy it'll make Dora the Explorer and that bottomless backpack feel like they're playing in the little leagues.

    The contents of the packs laid out on a table

    Eqwipt2go is a Colorado-based, mother and daughter-owned Etsy shop established in 2021 that specializes in personal hygiene packets. 

    Each of the four packets include a face wash wipe, deodorant wipe, hand sanitizer wipe, toothbrush wipe, and sunscreen wipe all held together by an elastic hair tie.

    Promising review: "Has become a backpacking staple for me! Everything I need and doesn’t take up much room in my pack, makes prepping for a trip so easy! :)" —kcarrow22

    Get a pack of four from Eqwipt2go on Etsy for $10

    Psst — this ships for free! 

    20. A pair of popular quick-dry water shoes that reviewers love for everything from walking on rockier beaches to kayaking to washing their cars. They're flexible and comfy like a sock, but protective against nefarious objects like sharp rocks and stray Legos.

    Reviewer image of black formfitting water shoes on feet
    Reviewer showing grippers on the bottom of the shoe

    Promising review: "I bought these for vacation and wore them every day for a week. They are extremely comfortable, which is rare for me to say about shoes in general cause my feet are super flat, and fit great. I am a size 7 in most shoes and I got a size 7.5, so they fit just as I expected they would. A little big, but still fit on my ankles so they wouldn't slip off. Sand didn't get in at all, unlike normal surf shoes.  The image is very accurate, which I was worried about. It looks just like the picture! I will be using them more in the future for showers!" —RedRover

    Get it from Amazon for $8.68+ (available in seven sizes and 44 colors).

    21. A set of small travel containers that are *super* versatile, since you can use them for anything from holding small amounts of sunscreen or lotion to storing pills to stashing away earrings.


    Each set of nine containers also comes with two small spatulas and a storage bag.  

    Promising review: "I have traveled twice now with these little jars and have had no issues with leaking. I love the two mini spatulas that come with the set for getting thicker products out of the jars. I only wish I could buy more of the smaller ones without having to purchase the larger. Great product and highly recommend." —Amazon Customer

    Get a set of nine from Amazon for $9.49

    22. An always handy international travel adaptor with a universal input that lets you charge four devices at once, so you don't have to triage charging all your electronics whenever you get back to the hotel. 

    The black charger with USB chords coming out of it

    Promising review: "I have bought these adapters many times over the last 40 years and these are the best I have ever found. The quality is outstanding and the extra plug in really helps. Many hotels and bed and breakfasts in the UK are in buildings that are very old and the amount of plugs can be very few. These double your electrical supply. I recommend these." —J. Folwer

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99

    23. An AirFly Pro, a handy gadget you can use to connect your wireless headphones to the headphone jacks on flights so you can stream The Fault In Our Stars and bawl thousands of feet in the air again without shelling out $$ for wired headphones. 

    AirFly Pro also comes with a USB-C charging cable, travel pouch, keychain holder, quick start guide, and manual.

    Promising review: "Ever since I purchased my wireless Bose earbuds, I always hated having to use another set when I was on an airplane with the seat-back entertainment system. I tried many different models to connect the system to my Bluetooth headsets until I came across this one, and it is amazing! It seamlessly connects to my headset, very clear and reliable audio, and it takes the stress away from having to carry multiple headsets! Thank you!!!" —Ryan Malloy

    Get it from Amazon for $54.49 (available in five options).

    24. A transparent TSA-approved toiletry bag for all your liquids and makeup so you can sail on through security without worrying about anything other than the fact that oops, turns out your socks don't match. 

    hand holding the blue see-through bag

    Promising review: "This bag held surprisingly more than expected. I put tiny travel jars for my skincare creams and other small toiletries in it with room to spare. I definitely feel like it was easier to pack and was also easy to grab out of my bag for security. It feels sturdy with nice, thick vinyl. The double zipper moved easily, and I was pleased that it opened completely for ease of getting the items I needed out of it." —Mrs M Tate

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99 (available in 11 colors).

    25. A packing checklist so you never arrive in the middle of a brand new city and open the family suitcases to a whole lot of things that *aren't* your underwear ever again. 

    packing checklist that says pack this

    Promising review: "We travel frequently and have two children. As any parent knows, packing for yourself and your children can be overwhelming (especially for trip longer than a few days). I have found this list to be a lifesaver and I also give it as a gift for other traveling families. It is easy to plan, organize, and list out items that are easily forgotten. You can also list the quantity of each item needed. It has a variety of clothing options and space to add more. Overall, wonderful purchase and has likely saved me many forgotten items!" —Mike D.

    Get it from Amazon for $7.

    26. A reusable water bottle with a daily pill organizer so not only can you condense two very handy items in one sleek bottle, but you'll be less likely to forget to take your medication with your traveling throwing off your routine. 

    reviewer showing the open pill box at the side of their water bottle
    reviewer holding the pink water bottle

    Promising review: "Very nice! I love this bottle. I took it on a trip. It worked beautifully!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in four colors).

    27. A hybrid travel planner and journal, so not only can you organize all your plans for the trip in advance, but chronicle them in the same space for safekeeping. Extremely love to see it, especially because the planning and anticipating of the trip is every bit as fun as the trip itself!

    Model holding spiral notebook with minimalist gold map that says "Wander Always"
    The Lamare/Etsy

    The Lamare is a Florida-based Etsy shop established in 2017 that specializes in planners and journals. 

    Promising review: "I loved the journals I received. They are gorgeous. They're well-made and fun to use!" —Kristy

    Get it from The Lamare on Etsy for $13.95

    28. A set of homeopathic jet-lag pills to show all time zones and weary post-travel limbs whose boss. This doesn't have any side effects and won't mess with your *actual* attempts to sleep, but may help you feel more refreshed after long flights or (sighs deeply) red eyes. 

    the jetlag pills

    According to the instructions, you should take them at take off and then every two hours and then again once you arrive to help with relaxation and combat sleepiness. 

    Promising review: "My husband and I have used this product now for five years for multiple trips overseas and these really work. How do we know? We've forgotten to use them on a couple of legs and there has been a night/day difference in our energy levels. We use precisely as directed, setting timers on our phone when possible to remember the doses. On a few occasions we've slept through the timer, so missed the timing of a couple of doses, and we've been fine. Our last trip to Australia was 34 hours door-to-door on the outbound. We would have been a complete wreck without these. As it was, we arrived late morning, remained awake and lively (enough) through dinner, and then got a good night's sleep. The next day we felt as good as new. For the years before I used this, I would need to sleep for a few days after a leg like that. We never travel without this now. I highly recommend this product." —motokat

    Get a pack of 32 pills from Amazon for $12.

    29. An itsy bitsy travel razor you can bop right into your checked lugged for a fraction of the space — perfect for when you're on long trips when you might want to do a few ~touch ups~. 

    Mini razor in a pink case

    Promising review: "I cannot express how much my daughter and I love these razors! They are perfect for traveling and the little grip is much easier to hold than I expected. Now there is no need to take those awful disposable razors on vacation. We can use the same quality razor that we used at home." —Anitra W.

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99 (clip the "$3 off" coupon on the product page for this price).

    30. A pair of compression socks for anyone whose feet and legs are prone to swelling on long flights — these are a chic solution to keep you ready for action once you land. 

    Person holding the box with the socks in them
    Person in long black socks with geode patterns on the heel and toe
    Gyan Yankovich / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "Took a 10-hour flight overseas, and I am usually prone to ankle/foot swelling on long-haul flights like that. Wore these for the entire flight and they worked perfectly! No swelling when I landed! They're definitely snug feeling, but not constrictive to the point where my calves or feet ever hurt. I wouldn't recommend wearing for longer than your actual travel time because they do get a bit uncomfortable if you're thinking of wearing all day, but perfect for those long flights!" —Shireen

    Get it from Amazon for $18.04 (available in 10 colors and sizes S–XL). 

    31. A travel security belt with a sneaky pocket at the waist perfect for holding emergency cash, copies of documents, and small maps that you might want to have on hand in an effort to Always Be Prepared. 

    Model in gray belt
    Model pulling cash from pocket of belt

    Promising review: "I just got back from an overseas trip using this belt. I went through TSA three times wearing this and had no issues. It's able to hold several bills if you fold them carefully. I would buy this again. It's definitely worth the money." —Neutron

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99

    32. A super-soft Makeup Eraser to wipe makeup right off your face with nothing but water and a gentle scrub — a perfect solution when you'd rather not wrangle makeup remover in your carry-on or you're worried about messing up other people's towels. 

    A reviewer with half their face with makeup, and the other half makeup free after using the eraser
    a black washcloth

    It's got two sides — one that can wipe off all your makeup with water and a light scrubbing, and another that exfoliates your skin. Plus, all you have to do when you're done using it is wet it and hang it up to dry! No more wasting money on icky washcloths that hurt your skin!!! I can hear your pores singing from here.

    Promising review: "Good quality and sewing/finishing. Gets every trace of makeup off without any stress. Love these! Love taking them on trips so I don't ruin other people's towels and such with removing my makeup. These wash up fresh and beautiful all the time. Got the black ones, so they look as fresh as the day I bought them." —HeartofAvalon

    Get it from Amazon for 18.79 (available in five colors).

    33. strappy, ruffled one-piece swimsuit perfect for throwing into your suitcase your a fun Insta-worthy suit option that's still durable enough for beach frolicking and can be paired with shorts if you want to wander into a restaurant. 

    reviewer in white plunging neckline suit in green and orange floral
    reviewer wearing the suit in orange and showing off the ruffle straps and lace up back detail

    Promising review: "This fits like a dream. I went to Everything But Water and Nordstrom searching for a swimsuit and literally could not find one (granted its January). I ordered this as a backup just to have something for my vacation. Tried it on and couldn’t believe it fit better than the $200 swimsuits I had tried on. So happy I got this. Will mainly wear this on my trip. Thank you for saving my vacation!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $28.99 (available in sizes XS–XXL and in 19 colors and prints).