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Mission Wellness finalist Bird and Anchor

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We’re looking for the next breakthrough in healthy travel. So we partnered with EVENⓇ Hotels to find the next big wellness necessity with a brand new competition called Mission Wellness: Seeking the Next Healthy Travel Innovation. More than 100 businesses gave us their best pitch, and we’ve narrowed down the field to the final 12—which means it’s time for you to get a say! Check out Bird & Anchor below (and take a look at the businesses it’s up against), and cast your vote by October 20.

Bird & Anchor

Curated wellness kits for travelers

The problem

Finding travel-sized versions of your favorite natural beauty products is all but impossible—and re-packing in smaller containers is a time suck. But if you don’t have some iteration of your usual personal care lineup with you, you feel out of whack when you’re away from home.

The solution

Let Bird & Anchor do the travel kit prep for you. The company makes every journey more balanced with curated boxes that are sent to you quarterly, as well as an online shop where you can discover new goods and build your own arsenal from scratch. Plus, all of the skin care, apothecary, and wellness products are eco-friendly and sourced from small-batch companies.

The takeaway

Having a bit of your at-home regimen with you on the road can make all the difference, so you don’t have to resort to conventional products you’d never use IRL.

Could this be the winner? Check out the competition and cast your vote here! (And do it fast—polls close October 20.)