I'm curious how others manage these toiletries and grooming items when on the trail; Contact Lenses - I carry a travel sized bottle of saline and a contact case in a small stuff sack. Various conditions can make it a pain to deal with contacts, though, like wind, cold, and dirty hands. Since my trips are usually just overnighters, I tend to just sleep with them in, and add a drop of saline to my eyes in the morning. Eyeglasses - I bring these to either wear once I take my contacts out or as a backup if I loose my contacts or they bother my eyes. I worry about damaging them, so I bring them in a hard case. It's not the lightest or most compact solution. Shaving - Again, since my trips are short, I don't bother. What do you guys do when out for 3+ days? Do you take a razor with small squirt tube of shaving gel or do you just use your razor with water alone? ...Ouch! Comb - I ask because I actually found a comb on the Appalachian Trail the other weekend. I keep my head buzzed to stubble, so it's a non-issue for me. Teeth - Again, I don't bother with a toothbrush for overnights, but I would for longer trips. Do you have a dedicated toothbrush with the handle cut off? And do you prefer toothpaste or wood ashes to brush with? Hearing Aids - I realize this probably doesn't apply to most, but for us deaf guys, they pose a problem. As much as I love to hear the birds and sounds in nature, I worry to death I'll loose them, so I tend to leave them at home. All those branches that brush past your face are just itching to flick them away. That would be an expensive loss. $$$$!