WH Hacks It

The team’s go-to tricks for has­sle-free travel

Women's Health (South Africa) - - LOVE + LI FE -

Re­cy­cle your plas­tics. Ho­tel shower caps make great slip-on cov­ers for dirty shoes. The kids’ wa­ter wings are per­fect winebot­tle pro­tec­tors. – Michelle von Sch­licht, art di­rec­tor Use a prod­uct that does it all. “I’m ob­sessed with ar­gan oil and co­conut oil for nour­ish­ing my whole body, face and hair.” They are both great make-up re­movers too! - Michelle Oc­to­ber, ju­nior writer

Shrink your toi­letries. De­cant shampoo, conditioner and face wash into small plas­tic bot­tles with squirt lids to save space and weight. - Leigh Cann, se­nior de­signer | Wear your heavy stuff. “To save bag space, I wear my bulki­est clothes in tran­sit – boots and jacket if I’m city-bound; takkies if I’m head­ing to an is­land.” - Wanita Ni­col, deputy ed

Cre­ate a base out­fit. “I al­ways pack a pair of black leg­gings and a thin black vest – that way I can layer up for warmth with­out pack­ing for all sea­sons.” - Danielle Weakley, edi­tor PACK A WATERPROOF BAG FOR DAMP COSSIES.

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