The word brings images of hot weather, cool beaches, and vacations. Kids are excited to enjoy the freedom that comes with the end of their school year and, hopefully, an awesome family vacation. June is also the most popular month for weddings, which means brides and grooms everywhere are looking forward to their upcoming honeymoons.
Regardless of which category you fall into, bags are getting packed, and much needed trips are being planned. Necessities need to be remembered. We recommend creating a list so that nothing important is forgotten at the last minute. It’s also important you know what items are permitted and prohibited by TSA. There’s often a big difference between what you’re allowed to carry on and what must be checked. Click HERE for the complete list of what items go where.
Most of us have become savvy enough travelers (Or we’ve watched Meet the Parents) to realize that all your essentials should go in your carry on. There’s less likelihood of it getting lost or left behind. Isn’t it great that Aloe Cadabra just happens to come in 2.5 oz. bottles with nondescript labels? Parents, newly marrieds, and lovers from everywhere can pack a bottle to help enhance their vacation and not concern themselves with what fellow travelers or airport security might think. In fact, there’s a strong chance that someone will think the bottle is to treat sunburn!
Pssst! By the way, it CAN treat sunburn. In fact, according to one of our followers, it can even treat bug bites. Check out this Tweet we received yesterday! What’s the most unique use of Aloe Cadabra that you’ve discovered? Tweet us with your discoveries and we’ll share them.
Found another use for @AloeCadabra today! My dog got bitten by a bug. Research said rub some aloe on it, so I tried you guys! 😉
— Kitt Crescendo (@KittCrescendo) June 4, 2014