What to Pack in an EMME Bag
Packing toiletries can be a daunting task, and probably doesn't make it into the category of "fun." Plus, if you're packing a toiletry bag for business travel it means you're going to be away from home, and sometimes that is even less fun. Compounded with a trip where your bag is poorly packed and missing critical items, suddenly your stress level is elevated and you're spending unnecessary money on extra items.
This is why we developed The Original EMME Bag. To literally find a way to increase leisure time while at home, and still be ready for business or personal travel without unnecessary added stress. Having everything you need at your fingertips can really help lend to a successful, organized and stress free traveling experience!
We designed it so you can easily remove the clear zip-out pouch, and the opaque nylon pouch. The clear pouch allows you to get through security at the airport easily AND still have all the liquid items you need. When you get to your destination, you can zip it back in, saving room on your bathroom vanity and keeping all your items together. If you're traveling with someone, they'll appreciate the extra space :)
With all that in mind, we've compiled some useful ways to pack a toiletry bag for your next trip. Be creative! Tell us how you're using your EMME bag - we're constantly amazed at all the different ways people are using it.
Build a Toiletries Kit. For frequent travelers, having a toiletry bag ready-to-go when you find yourself jetting off constantly makes the packing process much easier. It may cost more, since you have to double-stock on some items, but the convenience is worth it. By having this pre-made toiletry bag that is filled with items you already use, it's simple to pull it out of the closet and put it in your suitcase. We’ll show you below what to add to your EMME bag, so you can build your own customized and stocked toiletries kit.
1. Packing Before the Trip: If you don’t travel often or like to pack before your trip, you'll be saving on space by only packing the things you need. Try to figure out what you can get from your hotel, so that you can save time and money by using the items they're willing to provide to you at no charge. The downside to packing at the last-minute is that you are likely to forget something.
2. Items to Include in Your Bag:
- Q-Tips/Cotton Balls
- Medications (daily pills, pain relievers, sleeping pills, etc.)
- First Aid Supplies
- Nail Clippers/Files
- Body Wash/Small Shower Pouf
- Contact Lense Case/Glasses
- Shaving Cream
- Feminine Products
- For Zip Out
- Shampoos/Conditioners/Styling Products
- Face Creams (day and night)
- Face Wash or Facial Wipes
- Contact Lens Solution
- Eye Creams
- Lip Balm