Making Travel Easier with the ToiletTree Toiletry Bag


toiletry bag

My husband recently went on a trip to Europe with a roller coaster group. Their mission was to ride as many roller coasters that they could over a course of 10 days. Sounds exciting right?

They traveled through many countries, hopping to several different parks. So you can imagine that packing for a trip like this can be difficult if you aren’t organized. The tour group asked my husband to pack light and only bring the bare necessities.

TSA approved bottles

I sent my husband over to Europe with the ToiletTree Toiletry Bag.

Here are a few things that really make this bag an essential during his travels:

  • The bottom compartment includes 3 TSA approved travel bottles that are marked for Shampoo, Conditioner, and Body Wash. This made the security screening process a no brainer!
  • A toothbrush holder and collapsible cup with pill holder were also included.

inside of toiletry bag

The ToiletTree Toiletry Bag was roomy enough to hold all of his bathroom essentials and even his important medications. The bag’s nylon fabric made clean ups a breeze and the large double zipper made it easier to reach down into the bag and find what he needed.

We are guilty of traveling with plastic bags to hold our hair washing products, our loofas, and our toothbrushes. Not only was that a waste of plastic bags, the big bottles took up a ton of room in our suitcases.

The Toiletry bag from TolietTree made it easy to organize all of my husband’s essentials in one place and helped to reduce wasted suitcase space. Love it!

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The ToiletTree toiletry bag is available on for $25.00


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