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Nov 3, 2014

Travel Grooming and Personal Care Gadgets

Travel Grooming and Personal Care Gadgets

The gadgets below would make your trip easier and make you more presentable during

On the road and without an outlet near by, you can still keep your face smooth and clean with this shaver. All you need is a couple of AA batteries. And if you bring along rechargeable once (Rechargeable batteries charger - saves money saves planet), you would be good awhile as well as good to environment. It is easily washable by running it under water. And comes with a trimmer for side burns and mustaches.


USB Electric Razor
If you do not want to deal with batteries and having to recharge them separately, there is a USB version of travel shaver. You can charge it from your laptop, a charger, or using the USB plug. It comes with retractable USB connector so no need for additional wires. This shaver is compact and lightweight measuring just 4 x 0.5 x 2.2 inches

Hair Gadgets:

These devices will help you manage and style your hair. Though some can even pull double duty. The flat iron can also be used to de-wrinkle some of your clothes.


It will straighten your hair, curl it if you would like and manage, as well as steam and remove wrinkles from your shirt.










Hygiene:

Quickly and safely clean your toothbrush on the road. This sanitizers kill 99.99% of germs. A single toothbrush can harbor millions of microorganisms, put that together with not so clean bathrooms on your itinerary and this travel accessory becomes a necessity. It also doubles as a toothbrush travel holder.


These toothbrushes are small but come with the sonic vibration similar to full size versions for a better clean with 22,000 brush strokes per minute at the push of a button. They are easy to pack and use. Both me and my wife have one and use them every time we go somewhere. It stays clean and dry, and has a replaceable head.


You never know what kind of water you will encounter in the municipalities you are visiting. Even those that are within driving distance. You have to take care to ensure the water is clean and does not contain harmful particles. And this is especially true when you are traveling overseas. SteriPen is a great travel invention that makes just about any water a safe drinking water. It uses UV light to sterilize the liquid, destroying over 99.9% of harmful bacteria.




Things I learn while researching travel gadgets for this site! When I travel, I usually take my favorite cologne with me. And while I try to do what I can to keep it from spilling, it always does. I started putting it in its own double Ziploc bag. I have not heard of travel atomizer until now. I thought I might have to invent something that is useful, though looks like folks already have it done. This little gadget is being added to my amazon.com order and getting shipped to me asap.



PSI Bands - Anyone who's ever experienced motion sickness will surely appreciate the benefits of these smart and wonderfully discreet wrist bands.


Stay hydrated wherever you go with a reusable water bottle. It is BPA-free, leak proof, and easy to refill with its twist-off body


Hotel rooms these days have a unit that serves as both air conditioner that cools and warms the room. While this is a great idea to have one all year round, these conditioners create very dry atmosphere in the rooms. That is where these gadgets come in very handy. They are small, Smile Rabbit Personal Ultra-compact Air Humidifier is only 5 inches wide and weighs 1 pound. It uses a water bottle to create the mist. And since it uses just about any water bottle as long as the neck size is the same, you can use a reusable BPA-free water bottle, such as the Copco bottle above, therefore saving money and environment.


AirTamer - Creating a three-foot sphere of healthy air around you, this small but mighty sleek wearable ionizing air purifier wards off both germs and odors. No need to worry what is around you on the plane or bus. Also will keep the overpowering smell of someone else's perfume at bay.

Did You Know?:
Fact Sheet – Cell Phones, Wi-Fi and Portable Electronics on Airplanes
https://www.faa.gov/news/fact_sheets/news_story.cfm?newsId=6275

Questions and Answers on Ebola
http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/outbreaks/2014-west-africa/qa.html

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