Monday, 12 June 2017

Period Emergency Kit Essentials


Yesterday I had shared a post on travel hacks when you're on your period. In it, I'd mentioned about carrying a period emergency kit when you leave your hotel or are on a road trip. I have rounded up few period essentials so that you're always prepared when on the go:


EXTRA PAD(S)
Depending on the day and your flow, carry extra pads. If you always have heavy flow, then carry two pads; if the flow's not too heavy, carry only one extra pad.


EXTRA UNDERPANTS
In case there's a spill, you can change into a new pair of underpants.


PLASTIC BAGS
For throwing away used pads, you'll need plastic bags.


POUCH
Invest in a large pouch to stash all your kit essentials.


JUICE
Juice is must for instant energy! Carry water along for hydration.


ROSE WATER SPRAY (OPTIONAL)
In summers, if you feel dehydrated externally, then spray some rose water on your face.


MAGAZINE PAPERS
Wrap your used pads in them and then put them in plastic bags and throw in bin.


EXTRA LEGGINGS OR SCARF
In case there's a stain, you can quickly change into a new pair of leggings or just tie a scarf/hoodie/jacket on your waist.


HAIR TIES
During period, everything seems annoying, even our tresses. Tie hair up in case they misbehave.


PAIN RELIEF TABLETS
When there's a severe pain, consume a doctor prescribed pain relief tablet.


PAIN RELIEF BALM
You can carry a pain relief balm if you don't want to consume any tablet.


FEMININE WIPES
Lastly, carry feminine wipes to wipe off any spills on your body plus to clean your vagina while you change pad.

What are your period emergency kit essentials?
xoxo