Lay-n-Go bag suits people on-the-go

The Lay-n-Go Cosmo is a great invention for the on-the-go man and/or woman. Whether you are traveling or just looking for a quick and convenient way to store your cosmetics, jewelry or toiletries on a daily basis, the Lay-n-Go Cosmo bag might be just the thing.

The Lay-n-Go Cosmo provides an easy 4-in-1 solution to finding a clean surface, quick cleanup, carryall and storage. With the simple pull of a drawstring, the Lay-in-Go seamlessly converts from a 20-inch diameter surface to a transportable handled clutch. Gone are the days of dumping your collections onto a towel or worrying about your things rolling off the counter and onto the floor. Cosmetics, jewelry, or toiletries used on the Lay-n-Go surface are easily spread out on a clean, contained and dry surface, and a pocket on the inside allows for discrete storage.

The shell is 100 percent quilted smooth poly for the solids and pattern bags and smooth nylon for the metallic bags — both are machine washable. The liner is poly ripstop to provide a water repellent and wipeable surface.

The inside pocket measures 7 inches by 5 inches and a specially designed “lip” around the bag keeps products from rolling off of the counter or falling into a wet sink. A Velcro close front storage pocket provides a convenient place to stow the drawstring when closed and carrying or storing the bag. A textured nylon handle adds comfort and convenience for carrying.

The Lay-n-Go Cosmo is available in black, hot pink, ocean blue, lime green, metallic gold, metallic silver, snakeskin and zigzag and is sold at Target and Brookstone stores for $29.95.

Call ahead to ensure the product is in stock.

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