Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes Lauded for as Best Camping and Personal Care Wipes

Leading Camping and Survival Company Receives Praises for No-Rinse Wet Wipes

Woodbridge, United States - November 29, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

The past decade has marked the rise of on-the-go hygiene products such as disposable wet wipes. The growing popularity of these products can be seen in the rising demand for affordable yet sustainable products that clean and provide comfort but don’t break the bank. With today’s hectic schedules and growing inclination for adventure and other recreational activities, people are seeking products that work well for both indoor and outdoor use.

Surviveware recognized the growing need for wet wipes that work well for camping and personal use. This prompted the company to launch a new item in their product line: Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes. This revolutionary product combines functionality and convenience into one versatile product.

The biodegradable wet wipes are designed to be used for staying clean and fresh during intense and sweaty outdoor adventures. Made from durable cloth material, Surviveware’s Wet Wipes will not tear easily or leave lint on the skin. This feature gives its users a thorough wipe without having to step in the shower. Moreover, these wipes are bigger compared to regular baby wipes at 8” x 12”. With its size, it will only take one to two wipes to freshen an average-sized person.

The product is hypoallergenic and moisture-enriched. Packed with natural aloe and vitamin E, these no-rinse wipes gently cleans and soothes the skin without irritating it. Its gentle formulation makes it ideal for cleaning sensitive areas and wiping babies’ skin. Also, it makes a great indoor cleaning item. It can be used to wipe leather covers, tables, and kitchen counters. Moreover, it won’t scratch surfaces or leave lint.

Surviveware’s wet wipes dry nicely on the skin and don’t leave any sticky residue. This works well for hikers and campers who want to stay fresh despite long, dusty hikes. A premium grab-and-go-pack, each pack contains 32 scent-free wipes that disintegrate after 28 days. Therefore users don’t need to worry about contributing to the growing pile of garbage in landfills.

In the following two reviews, Amazon customers attest to how Surviveware’s no-rinse wipes are the ultimate product for active and adventure-oriented people. The first review highlights her customer experience with Surviveware, “Surviveware is a brand like no other that I've dealt with before, the owner of the brand (Amanda) is very involved in every little detail. Amanda emailed me to make sure the product arrived safely and intact and then responded to my email promptly when I told her I received it and everything was good. You rarely see business owners that involved in their companies these days, and I really appreciate that she is so involved. The wet wipes are biodegradable which is amazing, and you can use them on ANY part of your body, they are also alcohol-free, PH balanced and hypoallergenic. Aloe vera and vitamin e are in the wipes as well, so basically, these wipes are a win-win for me. Take them with you on an outside adventure or in the car for those not so nice "I can't hold it" moments. They're really great, and I used them on the most sensitive parts on my body including my face, and it feels super clean after using the wipes!”

The second reviewer narrates her experience during her 3-day hike in the White Mountains, “These were great! I went on a three-day hike in the White Mountains, and I felt fresh and clean after using them. No residue and left me stink-free! They left my skin very soft and were big enough where I used maybe five wipes on my dirtiest day. Gentle enough on my face, too.”

Take this chance to enjoy shower-clean freshness minus the shower time. Order your very own Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes today and enjoy the benefits of a hassle-free shower clean minus the shower time.

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Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188

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