It’s summertime and everybody’s busy making travel plans just to get out of the confines of the city for just a few days. Personally, I haven’t made any plans to travel yet. However, I have already filed a 3-day vacation leave to coincide with the Holy Week break, so I would have more than a week off from work sometime in April. Perhaps I’ll make plans closer to those dates.
Given the chance, though, I would love to go to a place where I can soak up, not the sun, but the water. I am not big on getting a tan, as I am intolerable to the burning sensation on my skin after prolonged exposure to the sun. Nevertheless, I wouldn’t mind waddling in the water if only to escape the summer heat that’s already starting to become unbearable.
Since I seldom go out of town, I always have a hard time deciding what to bring or pack. I guess that’s the reason why I fail miserably at packing light. However, I do have essentials when I travel for leisure. I have a big enough vanity kit and I usually pack it with the following:
- Panty liners
- Cotton buds (which I pack in a slim travel container)
- Essentials for my face – toner, moisturizer, cotton balls
Actually, I already started packing my vanity kit, and so far, these are the items I remembered to include:
Of course, I’m still listing down other stuff I’ll be adding to the vanity kit. See the itsy-bitsy bottle of Swish? Yes, I made sure I included it because I want to make sure my breath stays fresh wherever I may be. My mom kept the bigger bottles of Swish that we have, but once I find it, I’m going to pack it, too. Why bring a bottle of Swish, you may be wondering. Well, to tell you the truth, I could opt for Swish Breath Spray instead of Swish Mouthwash. I actually have a bottle of Swish Breath Spray in my tiny makeup kit in case I need to freshen up my mouth while on the go. However, since I know there’ll be a bathroom wherever I’ll be off to this summer, I’m opting for Swish Mouthwash. That way, I can freshen my breath as often and as thoroughly as I want.
The thing is there’s not much difference between Swish Mouthwash and Swish Breath Spray. Both are powered by Surefresh Technology ® that kills bad breath causing bacteria, plaque, and gingivitis. This technology is something unique to Swish, and that’s what I love about it. In addition, both are alcohol free so they’re both safe to use every day. There’s no sting or acerbic aftertaste after gargling, so I’m assured of an enjoyable gargling experience. Both are quality products of Unilab, too! The only difference is one is pocket-sized, so I can take it anywhere and do quick touch ups even without a bathroom!
If you haven’t tried Swish yet, I suggest you do. You could also check out the Swish Facebook Page to learn more about their product variants. Until then, enjoy a rocking summer escapade with Swish!