I also travel. A lot.
I started to think about the little bottle of shampoo that I'd get in a hotel. I'd use a little goob of it, but then would think about where the rest of the bottle would go next. Certainly they don't have people spending time on refilling them....
My guess was that they went in the garbage, an assumption confirmed by discussions with housekeeping. So I decided that I was going to cut my soap-suds footprint by taking the little bottles home and using them there.
Now a new first-world problem.... I accrue close to one-hundred little bottles.
So I decided to marry them into a common container, a strategic shampoo reserve. Here the many fragrances and colors combine into a delightful mixture that feels weird, smells awful, and doesn't work well.
An addition of Citron Essence hotel shampoo to the strategic shampoo reserve.
I'm glad to report that as of 12/7/2014 the reserve stands at about 120 ml, and with a spring of dense travel will probably reach close to 500 ml soon.
I'm also thinking that conditioner, mouthwash and hand moisturizer might have occasionally found their way into the mix too.
So if you are on a plane or in an elevator and smell citrus, hemp, basil, passion fruit, almond oil, green tea, avocado extract, saddlewood, musk and saskatoon berry mixed together in a twisted produce cocktail that's more like daiquiri vomit than an attractive essence of nature, look for me. You might be smelling my head.