(1). FUDGE DRY SHAMPOO
Fudge shampoo is for all us festival poseurs who can't bear to have dirty hair, even if we are caked in mud. Just spritz, leave for two minutes and say hello to bouncy clean hair.
2. GELERT SLEEPING POD
Forget about those restrictive sleeping bags that make you feel like an Egyptian mummy, Gelert's pod allows you to curl up, roll over or cuddle up to your heart's content.
The Granit 14Tipi costs a small fortune but if you have the cash, it is worth it. It sleeps 10 with ease and its flame-proof design - and built-in chimney - means you can carouse round an indoor fire, whatever the weather outside.
4. CAMPING CHEF
Save yourself a small fortune by avoiding the £12 burger stalls with this portable stove. Crucially, it features a grill as well as a hob ? so you can have toast with your beans.
5. MRS WHITE'S UNSTUNG HERO
Escape the scourge of the mosquito with this natural insect repellent. It is made from lemon tea and leaves a pleasant, sweat-concealing fragrance.
£15 per 250 ml, roullierwhite.com
6. HUNTER BALMORAL WELLIES
It?s a brave man or woman who goes to a festival without wellies. Hunter's Balmoral Neoprene pair are durable, comfortable and have funky purple detailing.
7. ROLL-UP WATER CARRIER
Gelert's 10-litre water bag is made of toughened PVC, which you can roll up to nothing when not in use. It features a filtration tap to stop any nasties getting into your morning cuppa.
8. YES TO CUCUMBER WIPES
Most of us avoid festival showers like the plague, so a pack of face wipes go a long way. These are biodegradable, organic and great for sensitive skin.
9. GELERT WIND-UP TORCH
This practical little torch shuns batteries in favour of a wind-up mechanism. Just two minutes of winding gives an hour's light from the LED bulb.
10. MOPHIE JUICE PACK AIR CASE FOR iPHONE 4
Smartphone users are always at a disadvantage at festivals as many, like Apple?s device, eat up battery power. However, pop this ultra-thin external charging case on to the iPhone and you get 2.5 times the battery life.