My favourite multipurpose travel products

pasmina

 Pashmina

  • as a blanket when flying long-haul
  • as a sarong on the beach
  • as a blanket on a hotel bed when the covers don’t keep you warm enough
  • as a headscarf on an extremely cold day (I live in Sweden!)
  • as a scarf or shawl
  • as a knee blanket
  • in lieu of a cardigan
  • in lieu of a towel in an emergency
  • Note: buy the best one you can. Real pashmina (from the Pashmina goat) is very light. The best mix is 70% Pashmina and 30% silk

 

 

Elizabeth ARden 8 hour cream

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream

  • to soften cuticles
  • to soothe chapping and windburn
  • for flyaway hair
  • as a face mask for very dry skin
  • on heels, knees and elbows
  • Can also be used as a lip balm, a lip gloss, and a cheek and eye gloss

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Försvarets Hudsalva

This is a salve originally given to Swedish soldiers, to heal the blisters caused by their boots. It can also be used for:

  • protecting and healing the pads under dogs’ feet
  • as a ski wax
  • as a butter/oil substitute when cooking
  • to calm frizzy hair and split ends.
  • on dry cuticles, elbows, knees
  • as a lip balm
  • as a facial moisturiser in extremely cold conditions

 

LARGE fREEZER BAG

Freezer bags

  • to put a wet mini umbrella in so that I can put it back into my bag on a rainy day.
  • to hold a wet bathing suit when travelling back from the pool or beach
  • to hold litter, used underwear and shoes when travelling
  • to put over my head when using an intensive hair mask. Put a towel over it and blow it with a hairdryer.


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1 reply

  1. Hello Jane, thank you so much for all your posts. They are always funny or interesting or both. But this one is dangerous! You suggest here to put  a plastic bag over your head! That can kill you! Everyone should be aware of this fact but perhaps someone is not and reads your tipp for tending to your hair… Please change the text. I suppose you meant “put it over your HAIR”, didn’t you?Best wishes and have a save journeySusanne

    Von meinem Samsung Galaxy Smartphone gesendet.

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