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Stress-Less Travel Survival Kit for Yogis

A gear kit to not only help you survive the planes, trains, and automobiles but also to find a bit of bliss en route.

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Whether you’re flying cross-country with the kids or driving to feast with the in-laws, emerging from epic travel stress-free sounds oxymoronic. But these eight items could help you not only to survive the journey but also find a bit of bliss en route.

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Toma Skin Therapies Travel Kit

Toma Skin Therapies Travel Kit

Small tote, big difference: Think of the all-natural cleanser, refining mist, treatment mask, and moisturizer as your on-the-go emergency skincare. Essential oils and aesthetician-recommended ingredients will keep your skin protected from the elements and pollution by balancing pH levels. ($45, tomaskintherapies.com)

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Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf

Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf

Why pack a scarf, a hoodie, a blanket, a cardigan when you can just bring this Lululemon multitasking wonder that can be worn 10 different ways? Its signature stretchy fleece-like fabric is both sweat-wicking (great for running through terminals) and heat-retaining (handy for icy plane cabins). ($48, shop.lululemon.com)

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Moji 360 Mini Massager

Moji 360 Mini Massager

When you can’t work in a quick stretch, turn to this palm-sized massager.The marble-sized spheres feel like expert fingers penetrating your muscles to work out kinks in tight shoulders. Just what you need for long car rides. ($30, gomoji.com)

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Spanx Ready-To-Wow! Leggings

Spanx_FAUX LEATHER LEGGINGS

Need a super comfy alternative to yoga pants? These leggings from Spanx come in a variety of sleek finishes that can go from day to night. The velvet, faux leather, or snakeskin stripe tights are fit for jet-setting, the parents’ holiday party, and everything in between. Extra perk: There’s enough stretch in the material to sneak a quick Down Dog before you go. ($98, spanx.com)

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Boscia Black Charcoal Blotting Linens

Black Charcoal Blotting Linens

Each delicate sheet is infused with black bamboo charcoal that acts as an antibacterial agent to keep pores clean. Meanwhile the natural fibers absorb excess oil without distorting your makeup so you don’t look like a grease monkey as you deplane. ($10, boscia.com)

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Eberjey Pima Goddess Plunge Bra

Eberjey Pima Goddess Bra

Underwire bras and long travel days just don’t mix. For a sports bra alternative, try going wireless. The Goddess’ contoured cups, made from soft pima cotton, have just enough stretch to hold everything in place while allowing you to pretzel yourself into a comfortable sleeping position en route. ($36, eberjey.com)

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Dosha Pops

These Ayurvedic lollies will keep your ears from popping on flights and your stress level at bay. Each tea-infused recipe uses natural ingredients to balance your energies, also known as doshas. Try Chai Me Up with holy basil (known to lower stress inducing cortisol) or ginger-infused Inner Glow (bye-bye motion sickness). ($15 for 6, doshapops.com)

Don’t know your dosha? Take our quiz.

Philosophy Fresh Cream lip duo

Philosophy Lip Duo

You can’t escape the dreaded dry lips at 30,000 feet—until now. For an instant lip makeover, use the sugar scrub and lip gloss duo to exfoliate away flaky skin and smooth lips with natural butters. Bonus: Philosophy contributes 1 percent of its sales toward its mental health and well-being program, the hope & grace initiative. ($20, philosophy.com)

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