FAQS

Flying with medication that needs refrigeration.

Medactiv have the iCool range insulated travel bags that are designed to keep medications cool between 2°C to 8°C from either 12 hours, 24 hours an...

How to travel with insulin on an airplane.

You must carry a copy of a letter from your doctor which you may need to show Customs. The letter should outline any medical conditions, any medica...

Traveling with insulin - how to keep it cool.

Instead of packing a cooler with traditional ice packs, which need to be refrozen when they get warm, pick a cool pack, such as those made by Frio,...

What is the best place to store my bags when not in use?

The key thing to do is a) dry them well b) store out of the sun, in a cool dry place to avoid mould