Workout Woes Resolved with Surviveware’s 40-Pack Biodegradable Wet Wipes

Surviveware Travel Wet Wipes Breaks a Gym Must-Have

Woodbridge, United States - July 10, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Having a hygiene product that quickly removes sweat and dirt without causing skin irritation is a must. Surviveware's 40-Pack Biodegradable Wet Wipes provide convenience for those who make fitness and exercise a part of their routine. The wet wipes are loaded with a moisture-enriched formula that effectively removes dirt, sweat, and mud, while gently moisturizing the skin. The cloth wipes don't leave any annoying residue on the skin, leaving users feeling clean and fresh after each use.

These post-gym body wipes are packed with a hypoallergenic formula that won't cause dry skin or irritation, as they are free from harsh chemicals like alcohol. Instead, the wipes are infused with gentle ingredients like aloe and vitamin E. With harmful ingredients off the list, kids and adults with sensitive skin can use them without worrying about provoking reactions or allergies. Made of soft, durable cloth material that won't easily tear during use, the wipes are durable and can withstand rough use.

As the wipes are made of 100% biodegradable material, users need not worry about their environmental footprint. The sheets begin to decompose within 28 days after use, and completely decompose within 8-12 months, which is far shorter than the hundreds of years that regular wet wipes take to decompose.

Surviveware’s post-gym body wipes are extremely portable. One order comes with a box of forty individually wrapped wipes. This allows gym-goers and fitness enthusiasts to bring the exact number of wipes that they need on an outing. As the workout wipes come in individual packets, they can be shared without worrying about contamination.

Gym-goers and fitness enthusiasts trust the convenience that these biodegradable wet wipes have to offer. One Amazon customer shared her satisfaction with these wipes and how they changed her husband’s lifestyle:

“These are big enough that my husband only needs to one to get refreshed after a light workout. Showers are still the best for when you're dripping. They are convenient and discrete to carry.”

Take your workout experience up a notch by adding post-gym body wipes to your gym bag. Grab your Surviveware 40-Pack Biodegradable Wet Wipes now by clicking here.

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