Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes Receive 800th Amazon Review from Machu Picchu Trekker

Surviveware's Wet Wipes Seal Another Milestone with a 5 Star Review

Woodbridge, United States - October 18, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Favorite hiking and hygiene brand, Surviveware, celebrates the 800th Amazon review of their 32-Sheet Biodegradable Wet Wipes. Exceptional customer service and high-quality products are the main reasons why the company is becoming one of the most trusted brands among adventure and preparedness enthusiasts. Surviveware's Biodegradable Wet Wipes even received the approval and commendation from Buzzfeed as a perfect hygiene product for those with on-the-go lifestyles.

These Biodegradable Wet Wipes are multi-functional and can be used in a variety of ways. Apart from being a camping and hiking essential, these no-rinse wet wipes can also be used for one's everyday hygiene needs. The wipes are soft and durable for cleaning equipment, exercise gear, and camping accessories. They are also safe for cleaning furniture, glass, and leather. They are smooth and will not scratch or leave marks on any material or surface. These wipes are available on Amazon Prime, which makes the product readily available to outdoorsmen.

The wipes stand out among their competitors in large part due to the formulation. Each sheet is soaked in a hypoallergenic and nourishing formula that effectively cleanses the skin without causing dryness or irritation. The wipes are also fragrance-free, which is perfect for hunters and campers who need to minimize the scent that they emit. With Surviveware's wet wipes, outdoorsmen don't have to worry about attracting unwanted attention from wild animals and crawling critters. This is also ideal for individuals who are sensitive to scented hygiene products; they can freely use these wipes without triggering their sensitivities.

Surviveware, founded for those who want to boldly and consciously travel the world, created these wet wipes from biodegradable materials. A single sheet begins to decompose within 28 days from use. The cloth will completely disintegrate within 8 to 12 months- far shorter than wipes containing plastic threads that take hundreds of years to decompose.

Larger than regular wet wipes, Surviveware's Biodegradable Wet Wipes measure 8" x 12," which is perfect for a quick body wipe down. An average-sized person can wipe off sweat and dirt with just one or two sheets.

Surviveware has changed the way hikers, campers, and hunters take on hygiene while outdoors. In this featured review, a Surviveware Amazon customer shared his experience using these wipes while exploring Machu Picchu:

"I used these to keep fresh on the four-day, three-night trek up to Machu Picchu. These were a lifesaver! I felt fresh each and every day I used them. I shared them with my friend, and I still had some to spare at the end of the trip! Scent fresh, mild, and largely unnoticeable. I have a very sensitive nose, so scents of any kind will bother me, but this stuff is legit! The bees knees!! Will certainly use for all future camping trips!"

Embark on your next adventure without worry by packing Surviveware's Biodegradable Wet Wipes.

Purchase your wet wipes now for an exclusive 20% off when you use a Surviveware Amazon discount code. Grab your Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes now by clicking here.

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