TRAVEL TIPS: How to Pack a TSA Approved Toiletries Carry On Bag

TRAVEL TIPS: How to Pack a TSA Approved Toiletries Carry On Bag

– [Voiceover] Hey friends,
today I’m gonna show you how to pack a TSA-approved
carry on toiletries bag. This is pretty much what I
brought with me to Half Moon Bay when I filmed my morning
routine for a weekend getaway. It was only the weekend so
I only brought a carry on instead of a big old luggage, and I used this plastic
container and I got it on Amazon. All your liquids need
to be 3.4 ounces or less and you need to place
it in a one quart bag or a clear container like I have. It’s cool to buy those,
you know, expensive travel containers already
made, like the Kai Kit, but it gets pricey so here’s
how to save some money. You can buy these travel
containers that are empty. You can get it at Target or Amazon, and then place some stickers to label it. S is for shampoo, C is for conditioner, and then I go ahead and I
grab my full-size shampoo and I place it in my travel container, and I do the same thing
with my conditioner, my facial soap, all of that stuff. (bright guitar music) Then I made sure to really
close it and seal it good so that it doesn’t spill while,
like, we’re in the plane, and then I grab some
tape and I put that tape right on top of the label, just because that sticker isn’t waterproof so I went ahead and placed that, and it’ll make it waterproof so that it doesn’t smudge or smear. That way I know what is in the container. And I do the same thing for jars. I just go ahead and grab a
clean, like, butter knife and I just go ahead and
place my makeup remover inside the jar, and then I close it. So here’s what I packed. I packed cotton swabs. (bright guitar music) Then I pack in my shampoo, my conditioner, perfumed lotion, more lotion, I’m obsessed
with lavender lately, some makeup remover, baby wipes, which will remove makeup and also clean my hands
if I wanna freshen up. I’m gonna also bring some
tampons ’cause you never know when you’re gonna get your period. And some SPF for my face. I also bring sunscreen
’cause it’s summertime. I bring toothpaste, toothbrush,
and a tongue scraper, and I put the toothbrush
and tongue scraper in a separate bag ’cause
I don’t like to mix it, and then I put some mouthwash in there ’cause you gotta keep your breath fresh, and some facial moisturizer. My Lush Gorgeous wasn’t 3.4
ounces so I had the full size. Some Midol, or generic ones, some facial cleanser,
some acne spot treatment, some floss, deodorant, of course, you
gotta keep your armpits fresh, anti-bacterial hand gel, travel perfume, nail polish remover pads, just in case I wanna remove my makeup or it gets all crazy smudged, and some eye mask just because I love, like, putting it underneath
my eye when I travel, some Febreze ’cause you
know it gets a little funky sometimes when you travel, so you kind of just want to freshen the air with that, and some Colgate WISPs, and a bar of soap because I
think that it’s easier to travel with a bar of soap than body wash. I close it all up, and I go
ahead and put it in my carry on, and it’s good to go. Thanks for watching! (bright guitar music)

99 thoughts on “TRAVEL TIPS: How to Pack a TSA Approved Toiletries Carry On Bag

  1. The bag has to be 1quart size ziplock bag filled with 3oz toiletry and makeup- liquids,cream,gel,arsenal ,loose powder,mascara,all lip products. For carry bags and must show TSA by putting in there bin

  2. be careful with mouth wash.. a lot are alcahol based and you can get done for DUI .. just a little known fact.. also certain gums also have that prob

  3. so the new TSA rule is as long as it's in a transparent bag you can bring as many liquids without it being confiscated?

  4. Half of that shit you don't even need. Can't stand all of the BS that comes w/ packing for a trip if you're traveling w/ a woman. Your luggage increases by at least 3 bags

  5. People are so ridiculous with the thumbs down! Wasn't even necessary! Thanks so much for this Awesome video!! :))

  6. PLEASE DO NOT use this video as a guide for packing liquids in your carry-on. This does not meet TSA requirements for an quart bag or the 3.4oz/each limit on liquids or creams. You are better off going to TSA website for accurate and current information.

  7. wow! that's one helluva heavy baggage you got there. you brought your whole toiletries from your toilet inside that bag! Wow! Not my ideal bagpacker thing though

  8. Do the containers have to 3.4 ounces for carry on or can they be normal size for luggage that get put in the cargo hold?

  9. Please don't listen to her. According to TSA, liquids MUST be in a quart size bag. Not just any old clear bag. Her bag was RIDICULOUSLY HUGE. Some TSA agents might let that slide, but if you try to get by with what she has, and the TSA person says "no, you need a quart size bag", you are shit out of luck either having to check your bag or toss your liquids. Also, no one needs that much shit for a weekend getaway. Was waiting for her to throw in the kitchen sink at the end.

  10. There is no way that bag is a quart size bag. If I could bring a bag that big on the plane, I wouldn't be on YouTube looking for help.

  11. I'm taking my first flight in 30 years and I need to know if I will be allowed to pack large tubes of lotion (Bath & Body Works) into my luggage that I check in? Or will I have to follow the 311 in luggage as well as carry on? Hope that makes sense…

  12. if you don't use the product on a daily basis then don't take it, you won't even need a quarter of the things she mentioned in the video just my 2 cents

  13. She has to much in there ! They will make you throw out half that stuff. I have never seen a TSA agent let anything slide .

  14. is there restrictions for putting liquids into a checked bag and are you allowed to put liquids into a checked bag???

  15. people over here saying how she doesn't need any of this stuff and that she packed so much. so sad. just because you don't use all that stuff doesn't mean others don't. and if she has the room, then why not? with the exception of the febreeze, I can vouch and say that most of the products she packed ARE necessary on a daily basis for most people. in fact, I know a lot of people who use way more than that. I do, however, agree that not all of those things should go in the TSA bag. stick to liquids and gels.

  16. She used this as her carry on but what everyone else is saying about the quart sized bag, ya they're right, but I think this was as a whole bag

  17. That's a big "NO" sweetie. The container bag must be 1 quart in size (TSA even says "1 qt. ziplock bag".) When 1st implemented, I had a $300 bottle of parfum the TSA wanted me to toss. HELL NO!! I was able to give it to my friend (who dropped me off.) If you're not sure, follow the TSA 311 Rule.

  18. Love,love,love your videos!!!!!! I always go to your ch to learn new things πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•

  19. Body wash just use the hotel soup bar
    Make up wipes and use a 1 quart zip lock bag then you know how much to put in for liquored into the bag with the bottle

  20. When you said just for the weekends? I think you packed your toiletries for extra days!? You just need couple of big ziplock. And besides, you won't be able to close your luggage due to your clear bag stand.

  21. i just checked the website and it said nothing about a clear pouch you have to use one of those quart size ziplocs

  22. just found your channel don't wanna sound weird but I like the way you laugh its so cute😍😍😍

  23. So many questions..
    1. How is that a 1 quart sized bag?
    2. Aren't Liquids and Gels supposed to be separated?
    3. Some things look larger than 3.4oz, right?

    So yeah.. I don't think this is helpful at all.


  25. bump, all that just for a weekend?! ..And I came to youtube looking for a video on how to pack for my 3 week trip to hawaii with just a carry on 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

  26. well at least she got her hygiene up…. we know her for head don't stink like some of y'all lmfao πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

  27. you did not pack in a pain killer, some anti diarrhea, a cough suppressant, pair of scissors, anti lint dry wipe, extra plastic bags, pair of AA and AAA batteries, a small ball of a string, throat scraper, teeth whitener, some condoms, a small personal lubricant, would be civilized if you carried a pill or two of sexual enhancing drugs for the gentlemen you may meet, water purifier capsules, a comb, a small mirror, a sun blocker like some stupendous Asian women wear on their faces while walking during their lunch breaks, an energy bar, etc… I am amazed you are such a light headed traveler.

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