Traveling is an art many people have perfected. However, there are always a few more travel hacks that can help you through a trip with ease. Whether you’re an expert traveler or just starting to explore the world, here’s a list of five travel essentials to make your life on the road that much easier. Did we mention most of these are under $10?

Keep It Comfortable

Inflatable travel pillows are like magic. When deflated, they take up virtually no space in a suitcase or backpack. When inflated, they can ease the strain from long airplane rides. Even better, many are equipped with a push-button inflation device, making inflation super easy. Snag one of these for your upcoming trip for just $19. You won’t regret it.

Block out the Noise

Whether you’re taking a long flight or staying at a noisy hostel, earplugs are your best friend while traveling. Getting your rest is important on any trip, and earplugs can block out all the noise that may be keeping you awake. You can find several types of multi-pack earplugs for under $5. A small price to pay for peace and quiet.

Bag up Dirty Clothes

When you’re packing your suitcase for your trip, don’t forget the travel laundry bag. A compact, simple laundry bag will save you a headache (and smells) when wondering what to do with your dirty clothes while traveling. Most travel laundry bags will run you anywhere from $5 to $10.

Pamper on the Fly

It’s no secret that your skin can get stressed out and dry while traveling. That’s where sheet masks come in. You can find different masks to suit your needs, whether you need a little more moisture or to simply de-stress. Sheet masks are compact, easy to pack, and can be purchased for as little as $2 each.

Hydration Is Key

Purchasing a large, reusable water bottle is a good investment for traveling and daily life. Reusable water bottles will help you cut costs on plastic bottles of water on the go, plus they are better for the environment. Find one that’s at least 32-ounces, and it’ll be an easy reminder to stay hydrated during your trip. Not bad for just $10.