For Women: Items removed (and suggested for removal)
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I removed the following from the list (see reasons for doing so in parenthesis):
- vitamins -- PC medical supplies a multivitamin upon request
- witch hazel -- I think this is only for if you have a specific medical need
- rubbing alcohol -- PC medical kit includes hydrogen peroxide for cleaning wounds
- soap -- soap is readily available in Tonga (of course!)
I recommend the following things for removal:
- baby powder -- again, this seems like only something certain people will use (oily skin? rashes?) and the medical team should be able to supply other, equally effective means of treatment for any issues
- deodorant, shampoo, body wash -- these things are easily found in Tonga and work just fine