Surviveware 4-Pack Biodegradable Wet Wipes Highly Recommended in 190th Amazon Review

Travel-Size Wet Wipes Ideal Post-Gym Showering Alternative

Woodbridge, United States - April 7, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Surviveware, a leading adventure preparedness brand, is proud to announce a new milestone in its hygiene care line - the newly released 4-pack Biodegradable Wet Wipes have received its 190th Amazon review. These on-the-go wipes have made it possible for active individuals to have a bathing alternative when showering is not feasible.

Each order contains four wet wipe travel packs that contain 15 sheets, for a total of 60 wipes. This portable packaging allows no-rinse bath wipes users to have a handy hygiene solution in a fast-paced environment.

Surviveware's wet wipes for adults are among Buzzfeed's recommended hygiene products for individuals with an active lifestyle. Made from durable cloth material, Surviveware's no-rinse bathing wipes will not tear easily or leave lint on the skin. This feature gives its users a thorough wipe without worry about shredding. The pieces are larger compared to regular baby wipes, measuring 8" x 12". Due to its size, it will only take one to two sheets to freshen an average-sized person.

These wet wipes travel packs gently cleanse and soothe the skin without irritating it. Its hypoallergenic formulation makes it ideal for cleaning sensitive areas and wiping babies' skin. The cloth wipes are loaded with aloe and vitamin E that preserve the suppleness of the skin while maintaining its moisture content. Alcohol is not included in these on-the-go wipes. In doing so, dryness and skin irritation from prolonged use is avoided. Surviveware's hygiene products, which are available on Amazon Prime, does not contain any fragrances in the formulation of wet wipes for adults and kids, to make the wipes palatable to those with sensitivities.

These no-rinse on-the-go wipes dry nicely on the skin and don't leave any sticky residue, ideal for gym enthusiasts and fitness buffs who want to stay fresh after a sweaty and rigorous workout. A premium grab-and-go-pack, the bath wipes begin to disintegrate within 28 days after being tossed, fully decomposing in less than a year. Therefore, users don't need to worry about contributing to the growing pile of garbage in landfills.

More and more individuals are trusting Surviveware for their outdoor and hygiene needs. An Amazon customer who was hesitant to try these bath wipes at first saw the convenience offered in a wet wipes travel pack.

"I am pleasantly surprised how much I like these wipes. They're larger sized, virtually no smell, no residual residue and packaged compact enough to fit in a backpack or my purse! I have sensitive skin and have used these wipes on all areas of my body, including my face with no problems. I would definitely buy again!"

During these times, when proper hygiene is of the utmost importance, it pays to go the extra mile and have reliable cleaning wet wipes for adults within reach. Take this chance and order your Surviveware 4-Pack Biodegradable Wet Wipes now by clicking here.

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