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1. A mini Ostrich pillow that'll be particularly ~handy~ when you want to sleep in multiple positions during a li'l in-flight snooze sesh.
2. A 3D eye mask you can use when the child in the window seat won't stop playing eye-spy, despite the fact that the sun is shining right into your eyes *and* the fact that the only thing they've seen over the last two hours is, get this, clouds.
3. An essential oil roll-on stick made with peppermint, spearmint, and lavender essential oils. Apply this to your neck and pressure points when the fellow snoring next to you isn't the *only* pain in the neck you experience during your flight.
4. A slim canteen that'll ~clearly~ make it through security (as long as you've emptied out all those scandalous liquids) and comfortably fit in the tiny storage slot attached to the seat in front of you.
5. A passport wallet for those of us who have a habit of losing passports and important papers the minute we book a flight. Use this and give yourself some piece of mind when you travel – all of your papers are *finally* in one organized place.
6. A pair of compression socks – they're gonna have you swelling with gratitude when you realize your legs aren't swelling when you reach altitude.
7. A pair of noise cancelling headphones that'll let you turn on your tunes and tune out the mouth sounds of the overzealous snacker you're sitting next to.
8. An herbal facial spray (with aloe and rosewater) to set your makeup or simply give your tired face a healthy dew. Most importantly, it'll make your skin feel fresh and clean...despite the woman in 23F who seems to literally be attempting to cough up a lung.
9. A travel bag of aromatherapy essential oil towelettes sure to be useful when you've traveled all day and can't have an actual shower.
10. A pack of vomit bags with a twist and seal structure that can save the day (and the family vacation) when your kid starts getting motion sick the minute you fasten their seatbelt.
11. A foot hammock to help you hang in there when you're feeling de-feet-ed by a particularly long flight.
12. A pair of fleece joggers (with pockets!) for anyone who knows an airport is a place for comfort, where sweatpants reign supreme.
13. A roll-up blanket with a nifty handle you can easily carry with you and roll out when the airplane's AC is working on overdrive and your trip to the beach starts out feeling like a trip through the arctic tundra.
14. An inflatable wedge pillow that'll give you some personal space (albeit, minimal) and help you sleep soundly even when you're stuck in the middle seat.
15. A pack of homeopathic jet-lag pills – they may keep you from sleeping through your vacation, no matter how late your red-eye is.
16. A question card game so your kids will ask questions other than "Are we there yet?" on your next flight.
17. An inflatable neck pillow (with a hood) sure to help you enjoy some anti-social sleep, even from the "comfort" of economy class.
18. A pack of under-eye masks because red-eyes aren't messing around. They got their name for a reason – your tired, puffy eyes want these for that very reason.
19. A travel Poo-Pourri that's small, subtle, and ready to save you from feeling down in the ~dumps~ when you really need to use the airplane toilet and know there's a line outside dreading what you're about to do to it.
20. And a suave little hand sanitizer that's gonna be far more sanitary than the airplane sink.
21. A travel pack of sanitizing wipes that'll keep your space free of germs – from the air train to your tray table.
22. A carry-on bag small enough to store under the seat in front of you, so you don't end up being forced to put your luggage under the cabin when the plane runs out of overhead space.
23. A set of decibel-reducing noise-canceling earplugs you can use if you still want to hear the overhead announcements (at least to find out when the seatbelt sign is turned off) but would rather not be stuck drowning in white noise the entire flight.
24. A Burt's Bees travel pack with just about everything your skin is gonna need on your next flight (hand lotion, body lotion, lip balm, and a foot cream). That recirculated air is gonna try and do a number on your skin, but you're gonna be ready!
25. Or a snail jelly face mask that uses actual snail secretion filtrates to help repair your skin and ~emphasize its natural radiance~ — this'll feel luxurious no matter how sluggish you're feeling on your next flight.
26. A small charger sure to give you peace of mind when you couldn't get a direct flight and have to basically use the blueprints of each airport to find your gate at every layover.
27. A pack of googly eye luggage tags so you can find your stuff at baggage claim immediately, no matter how standard your luggage may be. Honestly ~eye~ can't imagine luggage tags more fun!
28. A bottle of melatonin sleep gummies for travelers who have high anxiety up in the air and would far rather be dreaming than dreading upcoming turbulence.
29. An anti-nausea pack with 14 pressure point pads and a pair of wristbands that just might save you from ralphing up your complementary in-flight meal.
30. A side sleeper pillow that'll have side sleepers and pillow huggers in dreamland before the flight attendants even start passing out snacks.
31. A seat back clip – attach this to your upright tray and enjoy a movie from your phone, even if your child insists on sleeping in your arms the entire flight. Just be sure to keep them asleep or you're gonna be stuck watching Paw Patrol until you hit the landing strip.
32. A Kindle Paperwhite you can easily keep in your bag, letting you read dozens of novels without bulky books taking up space.
33. And finally, a tin of perky mints with a strong taste that'll distract stressed out travelers, freshen your breath, and keep you in ~mint~ condition the entire time you travel.
You on your next flight:
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