10 Best Travel Toiletry Bottles Editor Tested Leakproof  Reusable

10 Editor-Tested Travel Toiletry Bottles Secure Enough for Your Most Expensive Beauty Products

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Beauty and skincare products like shampoo, moisturizer, and face wash are essential on every packing list, whether you're heading to a hotel or are staying with friends or family. Since buying miniature versions of your favorite products can be expensive—and typically means purchasing a whole lot of single-use plastics—having practical and reliable toiletry travel bottles you can pull out for every trip is a must.

To make sure the reusable bottles we're throwing in our Dopp kit are easy to use and don't leak, we tested out a variety of affordable travel sets to see which ones actually get the job done. Below, you'll find 10 of the best travel toiletry bottles that will protect the contents of your luggage—and all of the creams, soaps, and serums you've shelled out for—and keep you organized on the go. Even better, all of these picks are TSA-friendly in size, so you don't have to worry about any of your essentials being thrown out at the airport. As an added bonus, many of these travel bottles are available on Amazon Prime, so you can get your hands on them before a last-minute getaway

How we tested

I scoured the internet to find the most popular travel toiletry bottles—searching a variety of retailers, reading hundreds of reviews, and considering online ratings. After my initial research, I put these reusable toiletry bottles to the test, trying out dozens of options that range in price, size, and design. I've had some of these toiletry bottles for over a year and they've accompanied me on a mix of weeklong vacations in checked luggage and short weekend trips in tightly-packed duffel bags

Over the last several weeks, I tested another batch of options: I've filled them with a variety of skincare and haircare products—thick body wash, micellar water, and leave-in conditioner included. I've even left these filled containers upside down overnight to see if there were any unexpected leaks. My findings: There are many great options on the market to choose from and you don't need to break the bank to find the perfect set for you. Below, the best travel toiletry bottles to pack wherever you're headed next

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Cadence The Capsule Flex System

I've been a fan of Cadence's capsules for over a year. These leakproof, airtight, and watertight magnetic capsules are unlike any other travel bottles I've used and are a true game changer when it comes to packing your own beauty products. The individual capsules magnetically snap together to take up as little space as possible in your Dopp kit and are designed without any right angles or edges, so you get every last bit of product available. The original .56-ounce individual capsules are great for quick weekend trips and storing small items like daily vitamins and safety pins, but I've been longing for a bigger version of these. Thankfully, Cadence just launched The Capsule Flex System that allows you to customize your own bundle with your choice of small, medium, and large sizes, as well as The Extender—an add-on that allows you to increase the size of the bottle when you need more room. This makes it so easy to customize your travel routine, whether you want to pack extra product for longer trips or bring enough body wash for the whole family. With The Flex System, you can still choose your own label for each capsule (the labels are interchangeable), as well as the color and number of capsules in your bundle. 

Rrwin 4-in-1 travel dispenser

For the minimalist looking to pack as little as possible—or the traveler headed on a group trip with little counter space expected—this four-in-one travel dispenser is for you. It features four refillable bottles in one leak-proof dispenser—simply rotate the top to switch between your different products without the hassle of bringing multiple bottles with you into the bathroom or shower. The durable case provides extra protection, so I didn't mind just throwing it right into my suitcase or bag, allowing for a little extra packing room in my Dopp kit. These are also ideal to throw into a hiking backpack or gym bag that might get tossed around, too.

Valourgo travel bottles

This set of four reusable bottles comes in a travel case with a variety of labels including shampoo, conditioner, face cream, body wash, shower gel, sunscreen, and more. The black and white bottles look sleek on your bathroom counter and feature a large opening that makes refilling and rinsing them out easy. Each bottle holds 3.4 oz. of liquid and features a cap with three layers of sealed protection.

Ries Essential travel bottles

I was eager to test out the Ries travel bottles after hearing a lot of buzz about the product and seeing them make their way into retailers like Sephora and Goop. These are a more elevated, aesthetically pleasing take on the classic reusable travel bottles you may have used in the past. Ries prioritized sustainability and design with these essentials: Each bottle is made from recycled plastic and features a large opening at the top, which makes it easy to refill and clean (not to mention, they're dishwasher safe). Choose from a 3.4-oz. bottle or a 1.7-oz. bottle in a green or blue hue. Travelers can purchases these bottles individually or in a set with both sizes. My favorite thing about these bottles is the airless pump—I feel so glamorous while doing my nighttime skincare routine with these, and it makes it easier to use products like face wash and moisturizer on the road. The bottles are pre-labeled (shampoo, conditioner, body, face) and you can twist the top to the side to conceal the opening, so product won't spill out. 

Gemice travel bottles

If you're just looking for a few affordable no-frills travel bottles, these are for you. Available in a variety of colors, the silicone bottles do just what they say they will. They're leak-proof, come in a set of four, and are easy to refill and clean. While there’s no bells and whistles, these 3-oz. bottles pleasantly surprised me with just how much product they fit compared to some of the other classic silicone bottles we tested, making them an ideal option for a longer vacation.

LiquiSnugs silicone travel bottles with suction cups

No matter how organized I try to stay, my bathroom counter at every hotel always becomes cluttered with my many toiletries and hair products. The LiquiSnugs look like your classic silicone travel bottles, but they feature a clever suction cup on the back that allows you to stick them onto any shower wall—freeing up limited counter space. These are great for in-shower products like shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. This set of four bottles features two 3-oz. bottles and two 2-oz. bottles, so you can choose how much product you need depending on the length of your trip. Another smart design feature: Twist the top to adjust the label name so you won't forget what's inside. 

Kiasona travel soap box

If you prefer to bring along a bar of soap instead of using what's provided at the hotel, this compact soap box is a great travel companion. Inside, there's a soap mat that absorbs any excess water and prevents the soap from becoming mushy. I've used other plastic soap cases before without a mat and it always leaves a mess. This one features a silicone band that wraps tightly around the box for extra protection, and is about the size of a deck of cards. 

Morfone 16-pack travel bottles set

For those with a more rigid skincare or haircare routine, this 16-pack lets you bring along every last product you want—and it all fits into one reusable case. The set comes with four silicone bottles, four jars, two spray bottles, two scoopers, a funnel, and a cleaning brush. The variety means you can pack everything from soap and shampoo to serums and sprays in here, and the cleaning brush makes the bottles easy to clean and re-use. I like this set best for packing my more expensive skincare serums and creams in the small jars that have a scooper to use. 

Kitsch Ultimate travel set

The Kitsch Ultimate travel set includes leakproof holders that are compact and lightweight enough to pack in a purse or tote bag. In addition to three flat pouches, this set also comes with two pump bottles, two mini jars, one mini funnel, one mini spatula, and one mini pipette. This set is best for a longer trip—say, a European vacation or a cross-country road trip—as you can store a lot more shampoo, conditioner, and lotions in the pouches without going over any TSA limits (plus, they'll get lighter as you use them). 

Muslish 21-pack silicone travel set

If you're packing toiletries for your entire family, this 21-pack of travel bottles has you covered. This package comes with four silicone bottles, four cream jars, four toothbrush covers, two spray bottles, two pump bottles, two trowels, a funnel, and labels to keep everything straight. Whether it's a trip to Disney World or multi-generational cruise, this set makes packing for the whole family easy.