Connect with us

Lifestyle

5 Accessories Every Traveler Must Needs

Young woman traveling in Greece

Young woman traveling in Greece

via

Whether you’re headed on vacation or embarking on a business trip, comfort is key when it comes to travel. Traveling can be fun and exciting, but it also includes long hours stuck in traffic, cramped in coach on an airplane, or waiting around in an airport to catch your flight.

These five travel accessories are essential when you’re on the go to help make your journey from home to your destination and back as smooth, comfortable, and convenient as possible.

1. Portable Battery Charger

via

Traveling can drain the battery of your mobile devices very quickly. Plus, outlets are often few and far between while you’re traveling–especially if your travel includes long hours on an airplane.

Invest in a portable charger with a USB port to charge your cellphone, tablet, laptop, etc. You can charge up your charger over night and use it to replenish the battery of your mobile devices throughout the next day–no outlet required. Many modern portable chargers have enough power to recharge your cell phone three or more times on a single charge.

2. Sleep Mask

via

A high-quality sleep mask is an absolutely essential travel accessory. Sleeping while you’re away from home–whether you’re on an airplane or in a hotel room–can be difficult.

Sleep masks block out light around you to create a relaxing environment that reminds your body when it’s time to relax and go to sleep. These masks are especially helpful when your sleep schedule is out of whack due to jet-lag or long hours of traveling. For added relaxation, try a sleep mask with essential oil infusions for an extra calming effect.

3. Silicone Earplugs

via

Earplugs are a necessity on any long trip. Whether you’re seated in front of a screaming baby on a flight or staying in a hotel room with super thin walls, the noisiness of traveling can make it difficult to relax and get some much-needed rest when you can.

Silicone earplugs are by far the most effective type of earplugs. They are moldable, so you can mold them specifically to fit the shape of your ear. Unlike disposable foam earplugs, these earplugs create a seal in the bowl of your ear that effectively keeps out even loud noises like snoring or baby crying.


4. Mineral Water Facial Spray

Paying for water spray might seem silly, but mineral water facial spray can be a lifesaver when you’re traveling.

Long hours of traveling–especially when you’re flying in an airplane–can suck moisture out of your skin and leave it feeling dry and itchy. Mineral water facial spray rehydrates your skin to replenish this lost moisture and restore your skin’s soft and supple finish.

5. Travel Bottle Set

via

Travel toiletries are expensive. If you buy new mini bottles of shampoo and conditioner every time you book a flight, you’ll end up spending a fortune on miniature toiletry products–especially if you travel frequently.

It’s much more convenient and cost-effective to invest in a set of reusable travel bottles. You can find carry-on travel toiletry sets that include separate empty bottles and containers for shampoo, conditioner, body wash, face wash, moisturizer, etc. Go for silicone bottles instead of hard plastic ones when possible, as silicone bottles are less likely to leak into the rest of your luggage.


Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Recent Posts

Redeem the gift card – FREE!!!

First Come, First Served

Date: 2018-10-16

Gift card claim code: 75SZ-X8QWMC-25BV

To Top