Traveling This Weekend? Pack These Items Along With Your Toiletries
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Summer is around the corner! It’s the perfect time to fire up the grill, enjoy the great outdoors, and take a well-deserved vacation somewhere luxe. We want to make sure your getaway is stress-free by reminding you to pack all the essentials needed to be fully prepared for any situation. While you wouldn’t want to leave the house without packing a phone charger and some trusty sunscreen, here are some other must-have products that will soon become your favorite travel companion. Scroll through to start shopping!
Nothing screams warmer weather like whipping out the backyard grill. But for acid reflux sufferers a little barbecue treat could end in a night of tossing and turning. This season keep a bottle of antacids nearby so you won’t have to deprive yourself of all the delicious eats.
Speaking of acid, summer foods and drinks are notoriously acidic. While we love a glass of lemonade to quench our thirst, the frequent exposure to acid from citrus fruits can cause enamel to wear away, ultimately resulting in a yellow hue to your grin. Instead of avoiding stain-causing food and beverages this season, swap out your regular toothpaste for Pronamel. Our go-to whitening product not only removes unwanted staining but also re-hardens your teeth's enamel.
While hot dogs are a summer food classic, they can trigger that burning sensation in your chest. Get ahead of your painful flare-ups by packing Zantac to help fight heartburn symptoms before they begin. After all, nothing says "hello summer!" quite like scarfing down a good ol' hot dog.
The last thing you want to do when traveling is worry about the severe nasal congestion you get every time you set foot outside. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Avoid all the sneezing and sinuses headache by keeping Flonase in your bag to relieve your allergy symptoms. When a stuffy nose strikes, simply use the nasal spray to help reduce the inflammation and swelling, as well as several other allergy symptoms.
For those trying to cut back on smoking this summer, creating an environment that keeps temptation to a minimum is key. But staying cigarette-free can be challenging when trying to fend off cravings coming from social gatherings. Make sure to have some Nicorette on hand to curb your cravings and keep your resolve to "quit" on track.
Everyone loves to cool off at the beach on a sweltering summer day. Often, spending a long day in the sun, filled with activities, can leave you with a serious headache and pretty sluggish afterward. Make sure to keep a bottle of Excedrin in your beach bag to get you through the throbbing pain at the end of the day.