Winning Ways

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Smiling nervously and holding their combined breath in anticipation, the crowd listens carefully as Mother & Baby award winners for 2017 are called to the stage. Finally, the long awaited moment as the bronze winner for Best Travel Product Under £25 is announced… ‘Vital Baby, Aquaint’!

More than a thousand mums, with babies, act as testers and there were more entries this year than ever in the 23-year history of the awards . We were one of 8 shortlisted companies and winning bronze proves the faith mothers have for Aquaint. We are very proud of this achievement and wanted to share it with you.

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Shermans Travel

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Every single time I board a plane for a long-haul flight, I know I will catch a cold on board. It happens pretty much without fail. And no amount of Vitamin C, echinacea, or hand sanitizer seems to do the trick. In some cases, the runny nose, headache, and sore throat start before I have even disembarked at my destination.

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Yahoo Travel

Yahoo Travel

Every single time I board a plane for a long-haul flight, I know I will catch a cold on board. It happens pretty much without fail. And no amount of Vitamin C, echinacea, or hand sanitiser seems to do the trick.

In some cases, the runny nose, headache, and sore throat start before I have even disembarked at my destination.

Now I know why.

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Catholic Online

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Staff from an airline cabin crew claims that airplanes are a health risk, due to improper use of facilities by passengers and the lack of consequent sanitation by maintenance. The research team found that the dirtiest parts of the plane might be those we never thought of and are continuously using without caution. Among them are the tray tables and the seatbelts, which come in contact with the passengers directly flight after flight.

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Huffpost Lifestyle

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As if flying wasn’t stressful enough, a study into hygiene and cleaning standards on planes has unearthed some pretty grizzly facts.

In what is essentially a hygiene horror story, a study has shown that suitcases come into contact with up to 80 million bacteria before they reach your hotel room.

Meanwhile, an airline attendant has revealed that people have used plane tray tables – you know, the ones you eat your mid-flight meal off – for changing baby’s nappies and cutting their finger nails.

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Energy, Frequency, Vibration

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You may eat from the tray table on an aeroplane, but would you still do so if you knew the person sat there before had changed their baby’s nappy on it?

And would you even think about just how dirty your luggage is?

Research has discovered that not only so planes harbour bacteria in unexpected places, the source of illnesses on holiday can be traced directly back to our suitcases.

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