6 Products You Need In Order Survive Fall At UNH

Fall at UNH is hands down the best. The leaves start to change color, a lot of fun fall activities to do, transitioning from summer clothing to thick sweaters and cute boots, and everyone's favorite fall drink (Pumpkin Spice Lattes) are back in season. Even though fall can be a very exciting season, it is one of the most stressful times for a college student. Thanks to HC National for providing amazing products to help us survive fall at UNH. 

1. CamelBak - Forge Divide Mug

The CamelBak Forge Divide is a perfect mug that makes it easy to drink coffee or tea one-handed, with a drinking valve that opens with the press of a button, and then seals shut to prevent leaks or spills. It's perfect to use when you are running late to class and you don't want to make a trip to Coffee Craving or The Hut. 


2. Freeman Beauty Face Mask

The change of season always affects our skin! Freeman Beauty Face Mask is the perfect product to use to rejuvinate and hydrate your skin. To learn more about the product check out our :Freeman Beauty Face Mask Review.

3. The DivaCup 

Mother Nature always hits us on a busy week, but don't worry The DivaCup is here to help. It provides up to 12 hours of leak-free protection all day and overnight, making it a perfect choice for any activity. The DivaCup is reusable, it collects rather than absorbing menstural flow, and offering women more convience, confidence, and flexibility.


4. Rimmel London – 24HR Supercurler Mascara

After writing countless papers and taking your midterms, every collegiette needs a GNO to destress. The 24HR Supercurler Mascara is an amazing product that volumizes and provides your lashes with a strong curl without using a lash curler. 


5. L’eggs – Sheer Energy Sheer Panty Medium Support  

Who says that we have to get rid of our summer wardrobe because of the season changing?  With the help of Sheer Energy Sheer Panty from L'eggsyou can incoporate it by wearing it under your shorts or dress to tranform your summer look to fall.

6. “Adulthood is a Myth and The Roommate Book

On a rainy sunday afternoon, go make yourself a cup of tea, and enjoy your alone time with reading these two books. "Adulthood Is A Myth" showcases Sarah Andersen's funniest illustrations of adulting. While "The Roommate Book" by Becky Simpson is an illustrated guide to making the most out of roommate life. It's full of flowcharts, arts, short essays that celebrate friendship and roommate life. Both of these books are great to read when you just want to relax.