Where can I find it?

Q: I'm going on a trip soon and I won't be checking my luggage, so I'm limited as to what I carry on. Instead of taking a self-tanning lotion that's over the legal limit to take on the plane, I'm going to buy tanning towelettes, because I can pack them in my handbag or carry-on case, but I can't seem to find the brand I'm looking for. Can you please find Tan Towel for medium to dark skin? I've tried this brand before and liked the natural-looking color, but don't know where to find them now. I've looked and found similar products, but I don't want to risk something new while I'm away on vacation. I appreciate your help. — Mel Jackson, Alpharetta

A: That’s a great idea you have for getting around that frustrating 3-ounce TSA rule. I found Tan Towel, which offers up an easy way to get some color without having to deal with the sun, at Ulta Beauty, 7671 North Point Parkway, Alpharetta, 770-992-2245. These generously sized towels are infused with a concentrated formula that deepens your skin tone the more you use them. Each box comes with 10 towels and sells for $27.

Q: I am writing to see if you can help me find celery soda. My mother would buy this for me in New Jersey. This soda tasted similar to ginger ale. Please tell me if they still make this soda. Thanks. — Tina Boyd, Decatur

A: Tina, it sounds as if you’re looking for Dr. Brown’s quirky Cel-Ray. While this mildly flavored soda isn’t wildly available, it boasts its share of devoted fans. Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray soda is stocked in the kosher section at Kroger, 2205 Lavista Road, Atlanta, 404-633-8694. Go past the produce to find the kosher items in the back of the store. The vivid green 12-ounce cans of celery-flavored soda are located in the refrigerated section; a six-pack costs $4.69.

Q: Where can I find a classic suit blouse? I can no longer find the little short-sleeved, v-collared, button-down, tuck-in blouse. Are these no longer made? Help! I don't like blouses without collars because my neck doesn't need to show. Thank you. — Judy Byers, Gainesville

A: You’ll find a selection of classic shirts and blouses to suit your needs at Ann Taylor, 5145 Peachtree Parkway, Norcross, 678-728-0107. The store has been outfitting working women since the mid-1950s. Ann Taylor carries short-sleeved, button-down shirts that you can tuck into skirts or trousers. Prices vary depending on styles.

Q: I hope you can help me. I've tried to locate Pecard leather cleaner for my father. The businesses I've called locally don't carry this product. If you could please find some for me, I don't mind ordering it as long as I can do it over the phone, not online. My father's old boots will be very glad if you find it. Thank you. — E. Harper, Douglasville

A: Pecard Never Leak leather dressing has been cleaning, conditioning and weatherproofing boots and leather goods since 1902. You can order a 6-ounce tub of the paste, which is made in the USA, for $8.50 from Duluth Trading Company. Simply call 800-505-8888 and ask for item number 86506.