Deodarant is considered a liquid or gel for hand luggage?
Deodorant liquid (most roll-on and spray) is considered a fluid in order to fly. Notice that the toothpaste and moisturizer are considered "liquid" and the need to go in the plastic bag for display. Anything that is close to being a paste / gel / liquid should ignore, or packed in checked baggage. Fortunately, most deodorants 50ml roll on are low – so you should be fine. You'll also see a growing range of smaller items in these days of supermarkets. There are a variety of toothpastes, shampoos, deodorants, moisturizers, etc. that come in smaller packages. They are great for flights and travel in general. I bet you will be able to find a good one to add to their cabin. An alternative would be deodorant a 'stick'. As natural crystal deodorant or one of those stick things white paste. But if you like the deodorant you usually use, I suggest that you check the size of it – to make sure that you can use – or a purchase a smaller package.
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