I'm flying to Europe in September and have a few questions about carry-on liquids that I have not come across before in my travels.
This year, I want to use facial cleansing towelettes (similar to baby wipes, but there's no baby) but would like to have them as carry-on. Do those qualify as a liquid, as they are part liquid, and do I need to put them in the quart bag with my other liquids?
Also, I have been experiencing some minor back pain and want to take some Icy Hot pads with me on the plane (as the plane seats are generally uncomfortable and not back-friendly, to begin with). Technically, those do have a liquid on them, so do those also need to be in my quart bag? I have traveled with prescription liquids before and having those separate was always fine, but I couldn't find any info. on the TSA website.