Essentials Every Man Should Have in His Travel Pouch

Since today’s youth leads super hectic lives and works double the time, it’s a given that traveling comes to their rescue, and why not! Traveling is fun and certainly offers a great way to unwind and get back on one’s feet in preparation for another round of struggle in the hustle and bustle of life. As it turns out, traveling is also smooth, especially for men, if you know exactly what you have to pack to enjoy your weekend getaway.

Having said that, let us take a look at five essentials every man must carry in his travel pouch:


1. Face Kit:

Tired and dirty after a rough trekking session? Tanned and dry after a day on the beach? Don’t worry. Your face kit will make sure your face stays immaculate always. Consisting of a face wash and face cream, this kit will help clean up and freshen your face so you always look as charged up as you feel.



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2. Shaving Kit:

No man can ever leave for a vacation without his shaving cream, razor and after-shave lotion. Whether you shave thrice a day or once every three days, you need to keep a small shaving kit with you, no matter where you are—up in the mountains or in the desert!



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3. Dental Kit:

Brushing teeth first thing in the morning is as normal as breathing for us Indians. So, keep those pearly whites in check with a small kit that comprises a toothbrush and toothpaste. Give yourself boost of energy right after you wake up in the morning. Don’t forget to brush your tongue to avoid bad breath!



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4. Bathing Kit:

A quick bath before setting out to sightsee or visit friends will make you feel good, not only physically but also mentally. Use your shower gel to scrub the dirt away, apply some moisturizer once you’re bathed and dry, and spray some deodorant when you’re on your way out.



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5. First Aid Kit:

A wise man will keep a first aid kit handy with him whether or not he plans to engage in adventures like rappelling, bungee jumping, and water sports. Pack band aids, an anti-septic cream, painkillers and paracetamol for emergencies. The kit may come back unused but at least you were prepared.

You don’t want to run off to the nearest market to buy a toothbrush or a band aid, in case you get hurt during this small break!



Keep the traveler in you always ready, prepared and of course, happy!