Top Essential Things to Carry to the Beach

We're in the midst of summer and I am so sure that the scorching heat is already driving you nuts. And while the air conditioner in your room is working full time, it's not enough to cool you down. So, what better way to beat the heat? The beach, of course! But, wait a minute. Before you go and head to the beach with your friends, check this list of things first. For sure, you've packed your swimsuit, some clothes, a towel, your flip flops and your gadgets, but did you remember to bring your sunblock? Below is your go-to guide to top beach things you should never forget.


Sure, you want to bask in the sun and stay in the water all day, but you should also protect yourself from the sun's dangerous rays. The rate of skin cancer is on the rise and a good sunscreen can help cut down your risk of developing it.

Lotion infused with Aloe Vera or Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera easily soothes sunburned skin. And whether your skin has been burned or not after basking in the sun, applying lotion after taking a shower will instantly soothe hot skin.

Bring a mouthwash

You have your soap, shampoo and conditioner with you, but have you packed a bottle of Swish Breath Spray? Powered by Surefresh Technology that kills bad breath causing bacteria, plaque and gingivitis, this will ensure you have fresh breath all day! Plus, it's alcohol Free, so it's safe to use every day.

And unlike other mouthwashes, it doesn't sting. You can be sure that you'll have an enjoyable gargling experience. By the way, Swish is a quality product of Unilab, a name you can trust when it comes to healthcare and skin products. Check their Facebook page at

Sunglasses and Sun Hat

Sunglasses and sun hats will protect your eyes and skin from the scorching heat of the sun.

First Aid Kit

You'll never know when you'll need this so you should always have this in your beach bag. Your kit should include antacids, gas relief tablets, paracetamol, antidiarrheal medicine, antihistamine for allergies, mild laxative, pain reliever, Bandaid, bandages, insect repellent and candied ginger for motion sickness.

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