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Mother's Day Event #3 - Travalo!

Hello Neighbors!

I have another great Mother's Day Gift idea for you all!  Travalo!  It is a small (about the size of your finger!) travel container for your perfume.  It is so neat!   Perfect for traveling and it won't break like a glass perfume bottle.

Travalo has a pump refill system that makes it really easy to transfer perfume from your full size perfume bottle into your Travalo.  

First you take the nozzle (if it is removable!) off your perfume bottle...

Then you take the Travalo and stick the end of it onto the perfume bottle...

Like this...

Then you push it up and down to fill the Travalo.  There is a clear window so you can see how much is in there.

And keep pushing down until you have what you need!

Here is my Travalo after I filled it!

And there you have your travel perfume container (Travalo)!

Yes, it is as easy as One... Two... Three!!

This is really nice.  We travel alot so it is great to have something to keep my perfume in while traveling.  Here are some of the features of the Travalo...

·         "Transportation Security Administration (TSA) approved
·         98 percent recyclable, environmentally-friendly, lightweight material
·         Features a clear window to gauge level of perfume
·         Suitable for men and women
·         Works with removable nozzle bottles
·         Assortment of colors
·         Spill-free internal refill system doesn’t use funnels or other parts
·         Three convenient sizes: Pure, Classic and Excel (50-65 sprays each)
·         Retails for $9.99 to $19.99"

Make sure you go Like Travalo on Facebook and Follow them on Twitter to stay up with their latest news.

Travalo is going to send one Neighbor a Travalo for Mother's Day!  YAY!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive a Travalo for review purposes.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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I like that their are no spills
Sara said…
I love that you can fill it so easily (no funnels!) It will be for myself!
latanya t said…
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Anne N. said…
I like it is small enough to pass TSA standards at the airport and would love to give it to my mom.
tranch said…
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Marisa said…
I love that it is easy to refill and holds about 65 sprays. I'd probably share this with my daughter.

madmegid at yahoo dot com
Unknown said…
I love that it is made for "dummies", I mean that it takes no real skill to fill it. I think I would love to keep it for myself, but I am sure it would be taken before I could ever fill it.

My daughter loves this kind of thing, especially since she is a clutz like me and spills everything.

danellejohns at gmail dot com
Unknown said…
it would be for me, i love that its 65 sprays!

christinejessamine at hotmail dot com
I like that is save to take with you on the airplane
Thank you for hosting this giveaway - and it would be for me

pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com
michedt said…
I like that it holds up to 65 sprays, great for traveling for extended vacations.

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