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Summer essentials: Get these ‘pampalamig’ items from Shopee

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Summer essentials: Get these ‘pampalamig’ items from Shopee
Here are some helpful items to stop you from melting

Summer is here; the sun is out; and the impyerno memes are rising from their slumber.

So, here are some items that can help you out with that.

JISULIFE portable neck fan (P1,100)

Are you still feeling sweaty even though your electric fan’s on steady mode, blowing wind at speed number 3 directly at you? Why not try a fan that’s blowing air directly on your neck? It can’t get closer than that.

Arctic Air Ultra mini air cooler (P399)

If you’re looking for something that mimics the coolness of an aircon but not its electricity bill, try out this mini air cooler you can use at your desk while you work. Just a word of caution though, you’ll need to constantly refill this item with ice, especially in this weather.

Klean Kanteen 20 oz TKWide (P2,095)

A cooling drink is an obvious solution to this sweat-er weather. But with ice cubes melting that quickly and your drinks rising back to room temperature in minutes, is it really helping? Try using a vacuum-insulated bottle for your favorite juices to keep them at just the right temperature.

Astron Inverter Class .6 HP air conditioner (P6,999)

If keeping the air conditioner off is out of the question, then opt for an energy-efficient model. This inverter air conditioner will help you save energy and cut costs.

Precious shoulder herbal pad (P1,100)

This herbal pad is both a cold and hot compress. During the summer, you can put it over your shoulders to cool off. During the colder season, you can use it as a hot compress to massage your shoulders and ease tension.

Snake Brand prickly heat cooling powder (P225)

This prickly heat cooling powder has a lot of users who swear by it. If you haven’t tried out this cooling powder yet, you definitely have to stock up for this 3-month challenge we call summer. My personal favorite is the lavender scent.

Dri-fit shirts (P69)

Loose, quick-dry clothes are a default for Filipinos when March comes. But if you lost yours at the laundry or if you don’t have enough, you can easily buy oversized dri-fit shirts at this link.

What are your favorite summer items? – Rappler.com