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LizinFrance Tue 31-May-11 13:45:00

Probably a really silly question I know, but how do you all organise your toiletry stuff when camping. There are 6 of us, and last year we each had a wash bag with shower gel, shampoo etc in. It drove me mad as we were always tripping up the flipping bags, and it did seem a bit excessive having 6 of everything!

Thanks,

Liz

WhereTheWildThingsWere Tue 31-May-11 13:55:30

I just go very minimal, I take cleanser and moisturizer for me and a tiny bit of make up, (lip gloss, concealer, mascara) and a little tin of lush perfume and one of lip balm.

Then dp and I share a lush shampoo bar, for all washing (1 bar lasts about a week between us) I also take a tiny bottle of conditioner and 1 bottle of hair product.

The dc's have a tube of their regular shower gel.

We all have toothbrushes and toothpaste.

I take a big tube of aloe vera to use as moisurizer if my skin gets dry or after sun.

That's it.

mousymouse Tue 31-May-11 13:59:09

we just take 2x each, one for men's and one for women's. (we are only 4, though)
shampoo (a 2in1), brush, toothbrushes/paste, moisturisers, razors...
we use those net thingies that you can buy for bath toys and hang them up in the tent to air after use.

mummyosaurus Tue 31-May-11 22:00:02

One for me, one for DH and one bag for DCs. We all have little bottles from boots to save taking big bottles of everything.

purplepidjin Tue 31-May-11 22:07:58

Washing while camping confused

Baby wipes for the smelly bits, mug of water and a bit of toothpaste morning and evening.

Run around and get mucky, then scrub it off in the bath when you get home. Can you tell my mum hated camping so it was just Dad and me for the majority of my childhood? grin

JemimaMop Thu 02-Jun-11 16:31:52

I buy those sets of mini body shop toiletries in the sale and we share those. Shampoo, conditioner, moisturiser, shower gel. I use baby wipes a lot too. Plus toothpaste and toothbrushes obviously.

I don't wear make up when I'm camping.

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