Surviveware’s Wet Wipes Recommended as a Perfect Product for Gym Buffs and People-On-The-Go
Woodbridge, United States – October 22, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
People have often associated wet wipes with baby hygiene and make-up removal. However, the same product can be used for quick wipe downs when taking a shower is not feasible.
Bike commuters and fitness enthusiasts are looking for products that can be used as an alternative to a shower. These people, particularly those who need to head back to work or go to a meeting, are looking for products that can keep grime, sweat, and odor in check and help them stay clean and fresh. With no spare time to jump in the shower or perhaps no available shower facility, having a quick rinse seems like an impossible task.
Seeing the need for a product that provides solutions to these issues, Surviveware, maker of high-quality survival and camping gear, recently launched their biodegradable wet wipes that target these problem areas. This Amazon- favorite gives a quick full-body cleanse and keeps body odor at bay. Its non-stick formula offers users a satisfyingly clean feeling. Plus, Surviveware’s biodegradable wet wipes are hypoallergenic, so users don’t need to worry about unwanted rashes and irritations.
Since people tend to see wet wipes as products tailored for baby bums and make-up removal, they may feel hesitant about using wipes for their post-gym clean-ups. Surviveware ensured that their biodegradable wet wipes are prepared to do all the hard work. These wipes are heavy duty and sturdy enough to remove caked-up mud and grime stuck on the skin. They don’t leave fragments and strands on skin which helps keep the skin fresh and clean.
Surviveware’s wipes are economical as well. Most users will only need one to three wipes to clean the entire body. These no-shower body wipes are also scent-free which ensures that bike commuters, fitness buffs, and sports enthusiasts can get a decent clean without smelling like air freshener or baby powder.
Surviveware’s clients on Amazon have been raving about the convenience and effectiveness of this product. In this featured review, Chrissy expressed how useful these wipes are for her lunchtime exercise classes. “I work for a university, and they offer lunchtime exercise classes for staff. I get really sweaty sometimes, and unfortunately, there are no changing rooms or showers because they are not held in gyms. I’ve started using these wipes while changing in a bathroom stall, which is why them being flushable is perfect to me. Once I wipe myself down with these and change my clothes, I feel fresh enough to get through the rest of my workday.”
Another review written by a bike commuter shared his experience in using this body wipes after his 12 mile bike ride. He wrote that he “rides about 12 miles to work, where there are no showers. It’s too far to just go as slow as possible to avoid sweating. I’m going to sweat, but that’s OK because I get there, cool down and then use the Surviveware wipes. The key is to start clean, with deodorant on clean skin. Then, after wiping, there is still deodorant on my skin. After wiping I also apply some body powder. Seems to do the trick.”
These reviews are testaments to how competent Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes are not only in the fields of camping and survival but also in leisure, fitness, and personal hygiene.
Now’s the chance for you to experience the remarkable effectiveness of these biodegradable wet wipes. Take this opportunity, grab your pack of Surviveware’s Body wipes, and experience a new level of after-gym freshness. Order your pack today by clicking here.
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