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Dermatch and Toppik okay on airplane carry on?

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Hi guys I am going on a bunch of interviews about month 3 post HT...

 

just wondering if I can take dermatch and toppik with a spray applicator on my carry on bag.

 

I'd hate to arrive at an interview without some concealers

 

has anyone had experience with this?

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I used to bring Nanaogen with me all the time in carry on luggage on flights. It never showed up on xrays even. Was never asked about it.

 

Didnt use Dermatch.

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I've put it in my package when I've traveled for years now. I did have concerns like you when I first started doing it though; I was nervous security would think it was gun powder or something. Actually, I always have my wife put it in her bag in case we get stopped and asked what it is. I don't want to tell people that I use it to disguise my thinning.

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I've put it in my package when I've traveled for years now. I did have concerns like you when I first started doing it though; I was nervous security would think it was gun powder or something. Actually, I always have my wife put it in her bag in case we get stopped and asked what it is. I don't want to tell people that I use it to disguise my thinning.

 

lol, gunpowder is exactly what i was worried they would think it was....

 

i can just imagine TSA forcing a bald man to show them it really is a concealer by sprinkling Toppik on his head while a line of angry passengers is booing!

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Even if security is suspicious about the powder appearance, all they have to do is smell the susbstance and know it's not gunpowder which by the way, has a distinct odor.

 

If asked, just tell them what it is and they should not have a problem with those products. Dermatch comes in a clear container and it looks like make-up.


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I have taken toppikk on carry-on luggage for domestic and international flights and there has been no issue so far. I've been doing this for about a year and a half. It's been a total non-issue.

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