Leading Survival Gear Brand Gains Another Five-Star Review as 300th Review of Biodegradable Wet Wipes.
Woodbridge, United States – October 10, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
Leading survival and camping gear brand, Surviveware, is pleased to announce that its Biodegradable Wet Wipes has received its 300th review on Amazon, garnering an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.
More and more customers are trusting the effectiveness and reliability of the company’s wet wipes. Apart from being a functional tool for camping hygiene, it is now being heralded as an ideal home product for fitness and recreation as well as post-op hygiene.
The product is perfectly durable for adventure-packed activities that can leave travelers sweaty and dirty. Each package contains large sheets packed with enough moisture to refresh the entire body. And with 32 sheets per pack, it is ideal for long hiking and camping escapades.
In a review written by J, a Surviveware customer, he expressed his satisfaction after using these biodegradable wet wipes on one of his camping trips. He wrote that he “got these for a camping trip with pit toilets and no running water. Large, sturdy size is great for wiping off the thick layer of daily dirt and grime accumulation from hiking around a fine sand desert. 1-2 wipes were usually enough for an average sized adult body. Also used for sensitive areas with no issue. Did not use the whole pack on the trip so used the last few at home to wipe down dirty feet from playing barefoot outside. My only minor complaint is that pulling out the wipes sometimes more than one would come out. But I think that’s a pretty standard issue with wet wipes, so it’s still a great product. Will definitely purchase more for future trips.”
J’s review is a testament to the reliability and quality of Surviveware’s wet wipes as an ideal body cleanser for maintaining good camping hygiene. These wipes work in a pinch when one needs to freshen up despite the absence of a showering facility at the campsite.
Other Amazon customers are also purchasing these wipes for their post-gym and bicycle commuting needs. This product from Surviveware is the perfect alternative for showering when there is no shower facility available. Packed with moisture-enriched formula, these body cleansing wipes are suitable for people with sensitive skin. It is also made from high-quality material that prevents the wet wipes from tearing and leaving fragments on the skin.
Amazon customers love that these wipes are being scent-free. Without the annoying fragrance, anyone can use these wipes without worrying about attracting bees or smelling like baby powder.
In a recent review made by Surviveware customer Liz, she emphasized how Surviveware’s biodegradable wet wipes helped her during her mid-day workouts. She stated that these wipes were a “Fantastic product. I work out during my lunch break and often don’t have the time to do my full shower regimen and make it back to work on time. I’d experimented with baby wipes in the past and always left feeling sticky and smelly. After doing some research, I decided to order these and couldn’t be happier. I actually feel clean afterward! No residue left on my body, and no odor whatsoever. Thrilled that I can head back to the office feeling clean and refreshed after a workout.”
Take this chance to find out why Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes are consistently gaining 5 Star Reviews on Amazon. Get your own shower wipes now by clicking here.
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