Heaven help the parents who find themselves stuck in an unexpected layover, sans spare diapers.
Fortunately, divine intervention comes just in time for the holiday weekend, in the form of Jessica Alba. Well, more specifically, in her eco-friendly child-care brand, The Honest Company, which has opened retail space in five U.S. airports.
The automatic kiosks offer four curated collections—think a travel essentials set featuring toothpaste and lotion, a “founder’s favorites,” and a diaper-and-wipes package for the true flight delay emergency—in addition to single products ranging from baby swim trunks to shaving oil and conditioning mist for mamas.
“I travel a lot, so I know how frustrating it can be to forget or run out of something you need,” said Alba. “That’s why I’m happy that travelers can have their needs covered with our new Honest on the Go vending machines. You can count on Honest for everything from toothpaste, deodorant and sunscreen to diapers and wipes. It’s quick, safe and sized for TSA approval!”
The kiosks are currently available in the following terminals, with plans to expand later this year:
– Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, concourses C and D
– John F. Kennedy International Airport, terminals 5 and 7
– Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, terminals B, C, and D
– Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport, terminal 1
– George Bush Intercontinental Airport, terminal D/E connector
And if you’d like to plan a fully “honest” vacation, consider a stay at the Venetian-inspired Mr. C Beverly Hills. The California hotel currently offers complimentary Honest Co. amenities to family travelers.
Read the full Travel + Leisure article.