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4 Travel Essentials for a Clean and Safe Trip

Travel takes a lot more planning and preparation these days.  If you're like me, in addition to packing versatile and comfy clothing, accessories and footwear, and essential toiletries and beauty products, your travel checklist also includes several PPE options. KN95 masks, hand sanitizer, antibacterial wipes and gloves. Check!


To help you keep your PPE game on point, here are four new travel-sized sanitizing products that Everything She Wants recently discovered.




Sanitizing Hand Wipe Mitts ($12.99 for a pack of ten): Winter may be over, but here is a pair of mittens you might want to wear all year round. Reportedly the first wearable wipe that provides a protective liner between you and all surfaces you touch, this multi-use sanitizing mitt kills germs and 99.9% of bacteria on your hands. This new mitt also reduces the number of wipes needed and makes it easy to keep hands safe and clean on the go – just think: no contact with hotel doorknobs, shopping carts, elevators, airport surfaces and more. 




PlaneAire® Travel Essentials bundle ($26)PlaneAire®  products are fresh, clean and made with natural ingredients. Great for airplane, bus and train travel and to keep in your car and your cubicle, the bundle comes with one PlaneAire® Clean Surface & Air Mist, one PlaneAire® Wipes box of 12 individually wrapped sachets, and a PlaneAire® Hands Hand Sanitizer Blend of your choice. 



Made from 99% plant-based ingredients, including a proprietary blend of six essential oils, PlaneAire® Clean Surface & Air Mist and PlaneAire® Wipes will help to keep surfaces hygienically clean. Doing double duty, PlaneAire® Clean can be spritzed directly on surfaces, or in the air to freshen and deodorize. The compact spray does not contain added alcohol or ammonia and is not tested on animals.

Meanwhile, PlaneAire® hand sanitizer blends reportedly kill 99.99% of most common germs thanks to 70% naturally derived ethyl alcohol and nourishing ingredients like moisturizing green tea extract, soothing inner-leaf aloe vera, hydrating glycerin and vibrant essential oils. 


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