Usually when I’m on a trip I toss all my personal care products into one bag. I do to try to put liquids into large gallon size Ziploc bags but more often than not I’m left with a huge pile of bottles, tubes, and make-up, it’s always a big mess. Carry all of your medications in one convenient bag! Introducing TheCarrieAll, all medications are hidden from public view, plus medications stay where you put them.
I really like TheCarrieAll, it’s practical, easy to use and is great for so many different things. TheCarrieAll started as Carrie, the developer and owner watched her Mama try to deal with eighteen medications every day. Carries’ Mama kept her medications in a clear plastic travel kit. Carrie’s Mama would look into the bag, searching for the right medications to take at various times through the day. Trips to the doctors’ offices were another ordeal. People could see what medications her Mama was carrying and that wasn’t safe at all.
TheCarrieAll was intended for storing and carrying medication but it can also be made into a handy first aid kit. Send the kids off to summer camp with a CarrieAll or even for college.
- 1 W x 8 ¼ H x 3 ¾ D
- Holds 20 or more items
- Comes with 6 month supply of tabs for new medications
- Water resistant & durable
- Lays flat when open
- Two way zipper
- Monogram options
Like what you see here? You can buy a CarrieAll or two here at www.thecarrieall.com for $19.99. It’s available in brown or black. You can call about monogrammed options. Make sure you connect with TheCarrieAll on Facebook too.
Are you going to New York in August for BlogHer’12? If so you’re going to want TheCarrieAll. You’ll have a chance to win this along with some other really fabulous products for fashionable, busy, savvy women on the go. Come back for the Noise Girl’s Seen In The City giveaway event, July 16th – July 28th.
Disclosure: I was sent a free sample for the purpose of conducting this review. My participation is voluntary and my opinions, as always, are my own. No monetary compensation was given. I am disclosing in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR Part 225, Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.