5 Chemical-Free Air Travel Tips


I recently took a trip with my family, which includes three small children, and we traveled by air. As I sat on the plane listening to the other people sneeze, cough, and sniffle, I took out my notepad and jotted down ways we could fend off the enormous amount of germs that were surrounding us.

The closed cabin on an airplane can be a breeding ground for bacteria and viruses. Here are five easy tips to help minimize your chances of catching what the person in the seat next to you (and anywhere else on the plane) is fighting off.

Image via Kitty Terwolbeck

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By Andrea Donsky| November 19, 2016
Categories:  Live

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Andrea Donsky

Andrea Donsky

Founder & Chief Passionista at NaturallySavvy.com. See my full bio here.

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