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Fly the Friendly Skies

By Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor | April 28, 2010

New beauty website is purveyor of travel-friendly goods.

Most travelers do not want to sacrifice their beauty and grooming routines regardless of whether they are headed to Peoria or Paris. The decision to limit all beauty products to 3 fl. oz. or less or to check an otherwise carry-on bag is daunting–after all, we all want our favorite salves and sprays along for the ride, but who has the time to run all over town in search of portable versions of the tried and true?

Enter 3floz.com, an online beauty hub that sells all personal care TSA-approved in size for those who crave their beauty on the go.

Founder Alexi Mintz & Kate Duff—two former co-workers at naturals home and personal care marketer Archipelago Botanicals—became friends while working together by connecting over their love of travel. The New Yorkers spent hours upon hours going from shops to websites wondering why it wasn’t easier to get TSA-friendly versions of their favorite products all at once.

According to Mintz and Duff, 3floz.com was born out of their desires to have their favorite beauty products with them wherever they go without sacrificing convenience. Confirmed brands include Ahava, Art of Shaving, Toms of Maine, Pangea Organics and Weleda, to name a few. More to follow in 2010. You may fasten your seatbelts now.

More info: 3floz.com

 
Founders of 3floz.com, Alexi Mintz & Kate Duff at Airport 3.
Jonathan is just one of many brands available at 3floz.com
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