By: The MyGuestbook Travel Expert
- Band-aids: The obvious go-to but for good reason. Avoid any cuts getting infected, leading to costly antibiotics and a lot of pain.
- Antibacterial Ointment: If you do encounter a scrape or cut, this can make sure that the cut won’t get exposed to any harmful bacteria.
- Anti-Diarrhea medication: For any instances of upset stomach, having this medication as a backup is always a good idea for everyone in the family.
- Anti-inflammatory drug: Having these can help a headache or other minor aches and pains quickly.
- Mosquito or bug repellents: Mosquitoes can carry a few different strains of illnesses that can be harmful to humans, and let’s not forget how itchy the bites can be!
- Aloe gel: For particularly bad sunburns, having aloe for a burn is one of the best ways to soothe it on the go.
- Antiseptic rinse: For any bites or stings at a beach, having an antiseptic spray should be the first go-to option for quickly cleaning up when a bathroom isn’t near.
- Gauze: This old-school go-to can come in handy for a myriad of mishaps, but it can especially help out when band-aids aren’t big enough to cover the infected area.