Travelers TV series, Lysol Travel Spray, is set to make its world premiere on The Travel Channel.
According to an article published by the WSJ, the show is an attempt to explain how travel is different than it has ever been before, and how travel can help heal the world.
It will explore the ways that travel can be beneficial for the world, and why some countries are more welcoming of refugees than others.
The show’s first episode, titled The First Time I Traveled to Paris, is currently streaming.
Lysol is a travel spray made by the company Lysol and has a “travel” in its name.
It’s a travel product that will help people get around, the WSj reports.
The product is made of a silicone foam and comes in a bottle with a rubber cap that doubles as a spray bottle.
This spray contains a “liquid mist,” which has a chemical mix that “sprays onto surfaces to treat dryness, irritation, irritation of skin and mucous membranes, and irritation of eyes, skin, and eyes,” according to the WS journo.
It also includes a gel that “absorbs excess moisture” and is “used to treat irritation of the eyes, nose, mouth, skin and skin in the throat and throat region,” according the WS.
Lysols claims that it is “a highly effective travel spray for a wide range of symptoms,” and claims that “it is clinically proven to help alleviate symptoms of mild or moderate inflammation of the throat, throat mucosa, and nasal passages, and reduce the symptoms of congestion and pain in the mouth and throat.”
According to the website, “the product is available in a variety of sizes and styles to fit the needs of different travelers.”
The first episode will feature guests who will be discussing the product’s effectiveness in the areas of treatment and prevention, as well as how it can be used to improve quality of life.
“The product is safe for both men and women,” the website notes.
It promises that the product can be “used for a variety or any type of travel, but is best used as a first-line treatment for sore throats, sore throats in the back, sore throat in the neck, sore nose, sore lips, sore mouth, sore eyes, sore ears, sore hands, sore feet, sore wrists, sore legs, sore ankles, sore knees, sore groin, sore elbows, sore stomach, sore heart, sore liver, sore lungs, sore kidneys, sore bladder, sore kidney stones, sore muscles, sore joints, sore ribs, sore chest, sore head, sore neck, and sore legs.”
The company claims that Lysols has received more than 50,000 orders.
According the WS article, Lysols “received more than $9 million in funding to develop the product,” and the company plans to release more product in the future.
Lysoil has already been featured in a travel show on CNN, as a host of the Travel Channel Travel Show, as an executive producer of a travel series, and as a featured travel company in several publications.
It has also launched an online travel store, and has an advisory board for travel entrepreneurs.
It launched a travel app last year, and was awarded the “best travel app” award from TripAdvisor.
It currently has 1 million active users.
“Travel can help us heal the World, and this product helps us heal,” Lysol CEO Peter Turetsky said in a statement.
“We hope to inspire people to embrace the journey of travel.”
The show will air on October 7, and it’s unclear how much of the first episode’s content will air, but the company has already released a teaser of what it’ll look like, including a scene in Paris with a “visit” by an “Arab.”