SheFinds News: Travel Smart & Safe

August 11, 2006 by SheFindsJacquie
shefinds | Style

Splashed all over the news, you cannot travel with anything that, well, splashes. Airport security is tighter than we’ve seen since 2001 and unfortunately it’s not a Hollywood publicity stunt to sell tickets to Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center. SheFinds doesn’t want your Crème de la Mer to get confiscated so make sure that you follow the rules and leave lots of extra time when traveling during this heavy volume vacay time.

photo Gregory Shaver, Journal Times via AP

From USA Today:

Q: What can’t I pack in my carry-on bag?

A: The new rules ban almost all liquids, creams and gels from being carried aboard flights. That means you should not pack sunscreen, lotion, shampoo, toothpaste, hair gel or beverages in a carry-on. If you are in doubt about an item, pack it in a checked bag or leave it home.

Get more answers to your questions at and get airport status and updates at

So you can’t carry-on your face spritzer or any extra hydration (including bottled water). But you can travel in comfort. Check out our past posts to travel in style.

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