Flo Travel Review

I’m so excited that we’re well into Spring now in Australia and we just spent a lovely sunny weekend in Sydney.

In fact, this month we have a few weekend trips away to look forward to!

Are you planning a spring/summer family holiday? If so, this is the giveaway for you.

I love holidays but every single time we fly, one of us picks up a cough or cold on the plane. And of course that means that we all then share it around with each other.

This is where Flo Travel comes in. It’s a gentle, moisturising nasal spray that helps relieve nasal dryness and wash away germs. It has also been shown to temporarily relieve and reduce the duration of cold symptoms.

Flo Travel Go Travel Giveaway - lovefrommim.com Flo Baby Kids Travel Pack How to prevent getting sick from flights How to prevent a Cold Prevent catching a cold

Maintaining well hydrated nasal tissues whilst travelling and on the go may help:

  • Support your immunity against common cold viruses and bacteria,
  • Prevent your nose from becoming dry or crusty as a result of air conditioning.

We all know the havoc that air conditioning can play in helping to spread germs!

Flo Travel Nasal spray contains two key ingredients to help keep the nose happy, healthy and hydrated. They include:

  • Clinically tested Carrageenan (red seaweed extract) – binds to the nasal tissues and retains moisture.
  • Isotonic, preservative-free saline solution– washes away germs and other airborne irritants.

Using Flo Travel is a positive step towards supporting your nasal health especially when flying, on public transport or in air-conditioned environments like offices or shopping centres. If you have already caught a cold, then try Flo Travel Nasal Spray to help shorten the duration of cold symptoms, so you can get on with enjoying your holiday or business travel.

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  1. Becky Downey
    / 12:06 am

    Thinking I knew the way home without GPS and with a paper map and ending up in the middle of no where and huge impassable mud holes before and behind me!

  2. Leanne Dodd
    / 11:41 pm

    We were on our way to Moama and only got to the other side of the city when one of my daughters said she was going to be sick (in her father’s new car – god forbid). Well by the time he found a safe place to park she had already thrown up in the back next to her 2 sisters who weren’t feeling the best either and we had to clean up before we could go any further to save them from getting sick too. Disaster and we weren’t even at our destination.

  3. Natalie Crossan
    / 10:53 pm

    When I fell asleep on the train and woke up about 300 miles from where I was supposed to be. AHH

  4. Belinda Moxey
    / 9:33 pm

    Camping near a beach on a beautiful sunny day/evening, it was the first time we’d taken our tent out and we certainly didn’t expect any problems.
    Later on that night a storm came through and the tent was shaking from the wind but we were able to fall asleep. I was awoken by a tent pushed down on top of me after the tent poles had broken. We had to pack up quickly in the pouring rain and leave in the middle of the night, it was our first night there too

  5. Rebecca
    / 4:34 pm

    I went on an eagerly anticipated whale watching cruise in Sydney and felt sea sick almost immediately. We were warned not to go below deck to the toilets because it makes seasickness worse. I wouldnt have made it anyway…. I threw up in my handbag ????

  6. Tamara Lamb
    / 4:08 pm

    Travelling with 3 boys a few years ago on my own to see family in Melbourne they all came down with gastro! It was never ending until the day after we returned home!

  7. Yvonne Giakoumis
    / 10:57 am

    I get car sick and travelling down the windy, great ocean road was just the thing to set me off. I started throwing up in the back of the car after having just ate some maccas….it was gross!

  8. May
    / 10:42 pm

    So in our extreme cleverness, hubby and I decided to travel to the US via Korea. It was fine on our way there because our layover allowed us a rest in a proper bed. But on the way back it was one long haul flight after the other with our infant son in tow. I can’t remember much other than being irritable and thankful for babywearing. It’s probably for the better that I’ve blocked that out.

  9. Ashley Beech
    / 3:16 pm

    Going camping with a group of strangers
    for the Finke Desert Race,
    had to go to the loo in the middle of the night
    somehow got my knickers in a knot….literally…
    tripped over some of the other campers :/


  10. nicole larsen
    / 11:15 am

    Been stuck on a train, having no idea where I was going and not been able to speak the language

  11. Alicia Bardsley
    / 8:40 pm

    Travelling to Vietnam with a 5, 3 and 9 month old. What were we thinking??

  12. Samara McRae
    / 10:57 am

    Travelling sick as a dog from South Africa to Aus because my nanna had a stroke, got to Singapore and missed my connecting flight because my first leg was delayed and they wouldn’t put my bags the whole way through to Aus, so took forever to get my bags and make my way to another terminal.
    Cried when they told me I couldn’t check in because I missed the flight because I was sick and emotional. Had to call my fiance in South Africa to get him to book me another flight, then after all that, when I got to Aus I wasn’t allowed to see my nanna in hospital because I was sick and couldn’t take my germs in :-( Horrific!

  13. sharyn w
    / 10:27 pm

    in my early 20s i went white water rafting in the canada – we got told we could jump in the water once we finished rafting before we reached the end – the water was beyond cold (ie. freezing) and the raft missed me the first time round, i was shaking and blue by the time they could pull me into the raft – never again.

  14. Nichole Mckee
    / 11:16 pm

    Every Sempfy travel journey is a crazy disaster haha, but by far the worst was the night when we were meant to leave for the ultimate night/day fishing trip. Firstly our dog wouldn’t let us leave and kept standing in front of the car(we should of taken heed of this) we then headed to town to fuel the car and boat and get spare tyres for the boat trailer from the parents house. We live rural so town is a half hours drive, on the way on the range the boat trailer tyre blew out. #murphyslaw ..The boat being fully loaded and at night meant we weren’t going to leave it on the side of the road, so we unhitch and my partner says I’ll stay with the boat, as we are unhitching a whopping big brown snake starts heading for us from across the road. I jump in the car, the partner on the boat and the kurfuffle scares the snake away. I drive to town to get the spare tyre, and whilst I’m away the partner can hear the dingoes closing in with their howls as the smell of the bait on the boat must be enticing. Partner starts crapping himself when the bushes behind him starts rustling and starts yelling. I arrive a couple of minutes later and he says…We Gotta get out of here, we’re a bloody dinner plate!! Hello…there’s a flat tyre, next option, play the stereo loudly, very loudly with lights and motor running just in case. We now have an extended wheel issue as the boat is on softer dirt than we realised! 45 minutes later, tyre is changed and we head the rest of the way to town…fuel up and head to parent’s house for more tyres. Now an unexpected storm is coming and we’re towing an aluminium boat with lightning rods aka fishing rods and fuel…Yep needless to say we headed for home, hugged the dog, went to bed and headed off the next day instead with our dog as well. ;)

  15. tracy wedding
    / 9:07 pm

    when we arrived for a coastal week away Hubby says I feel a bit sick within a few minutes all 5 of us were expelling from all areas the grossest stuff and we spent all week cleaning up the mess and trying to rest

  16. sarahMary
    / 9:54 pm

    Xmas camping trip where we all got food poisoning! Bad seafood, 8 adults, 12 kids and one long drop did NOT make for scrapbook memories.

  17. Alison Lee
    / 10:02 am

    Having two flights cancelled in two days. It threw my travel plans away!

  18. Louise T
    / 8:29 pm

    After checking that I had our passports about 100 times on the way to the airport. I ended up leaving them on the floor of the front seat of my Mum’s car. I couldn’t call my Mum to tell her after she had dropped us at the airport, as she had left her phone at home. It was just under a 2 hour round trip for her to bring us the passports. She was not happy Jan!!

  19. Leanne white
    / 9:57 am

    When some lady on a bus in San Francisco started abusing me for nothing. I really had no idea what I’d done. It was freaking me out. I was thinking….”does she have a gun?”
    Couldn’t wait to get off!

  20. Laura Scriven
    / 8:33 am

    Not receiving my luggage when visiting my UK in-laws. My Hubby had spare clothes at his parent’s house, but he had his bag. I had no spares at his parent’s place and no luggage! Doh!

  21. Elisabeth Martins
    / 1:40 am

    When I travelled through Europe I got lost in Portugal after a really drunk night out, I didn’t know the language and every person I asked didn’t speak english. I ended up staying in that town for 3 days before another english tourist turned up and gave me directions.

  22. Connie Kamrowski
    / 11:24 am

    While travelling across Poland, we got our bag strap caught in an escalator, it tripped my husband who fell backward, tumbling repeatedly down the stairs and taking out the passengers below him one by one before landing in an undignified heap at the bottom bleeding from his head. We called for first aid, who marched in demanded passports and whisked him away on a golf cart. I thought it was going to be the start of one of those movies. where I never see him again. Fortunately they brought him back 30 minutes later with a huge bandage on his head, he said from his limited Polish he gathered the doctor was not available and they had taken him to a local vet for treatment – bizarre day on an interesting trip around Poland.

  23. Amanda
    / 8:46 pm

    Having to share a tent when my occupants were struck down with a case of gastro. Believe me it put a whole new spin on the thought of roughing it!

  24. Natalie Murnane
    / 11:11 pm

    Flying to my brothers wedding and my son and I got food poisoned from the cheese and crackers on the plane and were sick for the whole trip.

  25. Linda Hynson
    / 11:44 am

    Crossing the Nullabor with Gastro!!

  26. Melinda Bolitho
    / 4:28 am

    Getting lost in Sydney with my husband last year for our wedding anniversary. We just kept walking until we started seeing things we recognised. I definitely needed a foot rub that night!

  27. phill harries
    / 3:56 pm

    In Canada travelling from Vancouver to Calgary on the train – asleep in our ‘sleeper cabin’ huge bump – train hit a moose – had to stop for awhile while it was sorted then onwards – poor moose !

  28. Cheryl Moulton
    / 3:17 pm

    I was on a coach tour with my husband and I was 3mths pregnant, with all day morning sickness, Coaches are just not conducive to a relaxing trip whilst vomiting frequently

  29. Justine C
    / 10:34 pm

    Son’s first plane trip at the age of three. Once we found our seats he hid under his seat and screamed the plane down, kept the flight from departing for fifteen minutes. Pilot decided to go ahead anyway, as soon as the plane started reversing my son quickly jumped into his seat and put his seat belt on, like nothing had happened! Sound of applause and cheering went through the plane, and I was given an expensive glass of champagne once in the air to calm my nerves!

  30. Paula Harris
    / 8:15 am

    Climbing a glacier in New Zealand with a tour group and we had to get evacuated because of an avalanche!! I was 8 years old and scarred for life hahaha

  31. Teena L
    / 10:55 am

    At the back of a bus going up Falls Creek for our first ever ski holiday with a constipated baby. We took her nappy off and were trying to help ease her pain when the longest poo ever (the size of my forearm, I can say that with accuracy because that’s were it landed) came flying out… and then we had to watch the people one by one in front of us react as the smell wafted up the bus – it was vile. All we could do was laugh :)

    • Paula Harris
      / 8:16 am

      BAHAHAHAHA I can almost smell it from here…..oh wait, no it’s just my grandson ;-)

  32. Laura Nice
    / 7:09 am

    A surprise trip to rome for my 30th but we missed the flight! :0

  33. Renee Sutton
    / 2:33 pm

    As a child we often went away for the school holidays, I travelled in the back seat with my younger brother who was two at the time it was his first road trip and little did we know he got travel sickness…anyway he vomited in his lap and spotted to our undelight raisins that he had for morning tea..so he began eating them for a second time!!!

  34. Gayle Vos
    / 1:21 pm

    Having my suitcase taken home by someone else after a cruise, they looked exactly the same, but as we lived in different states it took a couple of weeks to exchange them for the right ones.

  35. Sacha Pech
    / 12:31 pm

    I am a notoriously terrible flyer. We were living rurally and I had to take our 1yo to hospital in the city for treatment so took a plane (a very small plane) from our home town to Adelaide. It was quite bumpy that day and my stomach was all over the place with nerves; but when the pilot came over the PA system and said ‘Service suspended’ I looked at the man next to me with tears in my eyes and made an embarressingly loud welping noise. He looked quite terrified himself and I thought it was because the plane was now ‘out of service’ like the Pilot said until he calmly explained to me that it meant for the hostesses to stop serving coffee and snacks.

  36. Jade O
    / 11:59 am

    Getting lost on our way to QLD when we were kids, this was before GPS and google maps and ending up at the border of NT. Dad was not good with maps!

  37. johanna rees
    / 11:58 am

    Taking instructions from the GPS which took me up a one way street and nearly into a river!!! If I’d of followed her instructions, I would of been swimming.

  38. Jessica Ashbrooke
    / 11:44 am

    Travelling to the ag quip in Gunnedah and ending up in a 5 car pileup was the most scariest disastrous thing I’ve ever been in

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