Salud y medicina, muestras y tamaño de viaje
What To Put In A Travel Size Medicine Kit
Whether you are hitting the road for a mini vacation or jetting off somewhere abroad for an extended stay, having a first-aid kit with you when you travel is an essential part of your packing. Depending on your destination, there are some common basics that are helpful to carry with you should illness or injury occur unexpectedly. To be best prepared for whatever you may need to tackle in your travels, you may want to include helpful items in your first-aid kit such as: • Antiseptic wipes • Hand cleaning gel, spray, or wipes • Tweezers and/or scissors • Bandages, gauze, and adhesive pads • Personal tissue • Pain reliever/fever reducer/ibuprofen • Antacids • Anti-diarrheals • Anti-nauseants • Allergy medication/ antihistamine • Sunscreen • Prescription medications in their originally labeled bottles
Travel Size Medicine Bottles
To maximize your space in your suitcase while traveling, investing in travel-sized medicine bottles can help to utilize every inch of your bag. CVS offers a wide array of smaller bottles sure to fit in any backpack, purse, car, or carry-on. A pill caddy to carry your vitamins is also a great way to minimize space and maximize your pill portions and can easily be tucked into your car or case for road trips.
TSA Approved Travel Size Medicine
To go through TSA without trouble, traveling with prescription medications can go smoothly if you keep pills in their proper bottles along with print outs of prescriptions when need be. Travel size medicines such as those you have purchased from CVS like anti-inflammatories, pain relievers, stomach, and sleep aids, are often best kept in their convenient mini-sized original packaging so that TSA agents can easily identify every item you are bringing with you.