There Are Differences between Travel Size Toiletries

Posted by Cheap Travel Sizes on January 10, 2014.

There are differences between travel size toiletries which you need to be aware of when you are shopping for these products. One major difference is whether you select brand names, generics, off-brands, close-outs, or other clearance items. Choosing brand names allows you to select items you already like and prefer using. The others may be of a poorer quality or might be past their expiration dates. The difference in the prices between brand names and the others is normally not that much. It is better to pay a few cents more and know you are receiving a high quality product.

Another difference you may encounter with travel size toiletries is the size of the packaging and containers. Brand names keep up with the latest requirements for airline travel, so they are TSA-compliant. Generics, off-brands, close-outs, and clearance items might not be the proper sizes. For example, you could find a great bargain on clearance products, but they are larger than 3 ounces. You would not be allowed to carry these onto an airplane, because they were over the current TSA size limits for liquids, aerosols, and gels.

Finding brand name travel-sized products you prefer using is not difficult. While you can find them at your local drug store, the selections are normally limited, and they cost more than purchasing them online directly from a wholesale supplier, like us, here at Cheap Travel Sizes. There are no ordering minimums or other special requirements to take advantage of our low prices. You are free to order as few or as many travel products as you require.