From Wednesday the masses will begin their pilgrimage to Worthy Farm for Glastonbury Festival 2016, kicking off festival season in style.
V-fest, Isle of White, Reading or Leeds, if you’re lucky enough to have bagged yourself a ticket for the first time this year, you might be wondering what to pack?
Don’t waste time lugging around everything but the kitchen sink, just check out our essential list of 10 things to pack for a happy and healthy festival season.
Trust me, you’ll thank us later.
1. Baby Wipes
This is a BIG one. Chances are, you wont be doing a great deal of bathing over the next 4 days. Baby wipes are a quick, portable and convenient solution to what could be a potentially very smelly problem.
To keep your face spot-free, treat yourself to some Mio Clean Slate Wipes. No need for water, these gentle wipes are a quick and easy way to remove makeup and refresh the skin. Infused with natural mint and cucumber, the quick-drying wipes work to cleanse, moisturise and protect all in one, effortlessly removing makeup, sweat and even hard-to-budge glitter paint.
2. Dry Shampoo/A Hat
By day 3, your locks are going to require some TLC and there’s only so much a flower crown will hide.
Dry shampoo, a product clearly created by the GODS, will rescue your sorry looking mane and restore some bounce to your bonnet.
Should you leave it behind, do not fear, a hat will do the job too.
3. Don’t Forget Your Vitamins
Music festivals aren’t exactly known for healthy food options, the main food choices you have tend to sway from burger van to hot dog stall.
Pair that with tiredness and you’re in danger of burning out before Adele hits the main stage on Sunday night.
Our resident expert, Ashley English recommends packing a couple of Myvitamins picks to keep you on track: “Zinc tablets will boost your immunity, which you might need in all that mud. B-vitamins will keep your hair, skin and nails looking great and Vitamin C could help boost your flagging energy levels.”