You should always have a first aid kit with you when you travel! But here are some of our other travel recommendations that you may not have heard of before.

1. Sunscreen

Don’t forget to protect your skin from those harsh UV rays! Sunscreen should be in your daily routine if you regularly spend time outdoors. So, if you’ll be spending any time outside, make sure you prepare with sunscreen for the whole family!

2. Allergy Medication

If you’re hitting the great outdoors this summer or even just a place you’ve never been before, it is a good idea to have some allergy medication handy. Wouldn’t it be the worst to get where you’re going and spend most of your time with watery, itchy eyes and nose? We have plenty of non-drowsy options so you can still enjoy your travels.

3. Bug Spray

No one likes bug bites! And being helpless to stop them is the worst! Ensure you prepare ahead of time, so you don’t have to deal with those pesky bug bites.

4. Tactile Bath

Are you tired of feeling stinky on camping trips, or worse, are you tired of your smelly family on trips? We highly recommend traveling with CombatOne Tactical Bath cloths and Field Foam; it’ is the same stuff used by our US troops! It’s convenient to travel with and will leave you feeling and smelling fresh while you enjoy your time in the wilderness.

5. Rash Relief

You may have never heard of it, but if you love exploring the great outdoors, this could save your summer trip. It helps dry oozing rashes, relieves itching and burning sensations from Poison Ivy or other irritants, and can even help flare-ups of athlete’s foot! It’s a handy one to add to the first aid kit!

6. Wound and Burn Relief

We don’t know about you, but one of our favorite summer activities is sitting by the fire! When you’re out camping, you want to make sure you’re prepared BEFORE something happens.  We recommend the MediHoney gel for wound and burn dressing. Also, try the burn pads to help soothe the burn with a cooling effect; they can even help prevent scarring.

7. Motion Sickness Tablets

If you or someone you’re traveling with has suffered from motion sickness, it’s always a good idea to keep these tablets with you! Plus, these Dramamine bottles are so small you cn always keep them in your purse or suitcase.

8. Antidiarrheal Medications or Mild Laxatives

We hope you’ll be enjoying plenty of different foods during your travels. Unfortunately, sometimes that comes with consequences. Even if you don’t already have a sensitive stomach, it is a good idea to prepare for the worst.