Pre-Flight Concerns Solved By BuzzFeed’s Favorite Biodegradable Wet Wipes

Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wipes Aided Backpacker During Pre-Flight Woes

Woodbridge, United States - April 4, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

According to most airline’s manual, the carrier can remove passengers if they’re causing discomfort to other passengers due to their “offensive odor not related to any disability or illness.” If the concerned passenger has a condition or medical issue that causes unwanted odor, they are permitted to stay on the plane.

Such incidents don’t happen often. Nonetheless, it is important to practice proper hygiene while on a long journey. Apart from preserving one’s confidence and self-esteem, using the right hygiene products helps stay clean and germ-free when traversing continents. BuzzFeed’s favorite, Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes are the perfect solution to hygiene issues during hiking, camping, and when boarding a plane.

Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes are eco-friendly and economical to use. The sheets are made from 8” x 12” biodegradable cloth material that glides smoothly on the skin. Since the sheets are larger as compared to regular baby wipes, wider surface coverage is a guarantee. Apart from its size, each sheet is designed so that no lint or thread will be left when used on one’s face or body.

Frequent use of alcohol-based products can strip the body of its natural oil resulting in cracking and dryness. Surviveware ensured that its Biodegradable Wet wipes are free from alcohol and instead loaded with natural-infused ingredients that are perfect for the skin. Campers and hikers love these wet wipes for their gentle and nourishing formula. These biodegradable body wipes are loaded with a hypoallergenic formula that contains natural aloe and vitamin E that hydrates and keeps the skin supple.

Hygiene problems are now a thing of the past for Neil, a Surviveware’s customer, who shared a review on Amazon, detailing his use of the wipes on a backpacking trip, “Recently brought these along on a 5-day backpacking trip to Death Valley. The package was larger and heavier than I thought, but that's not the product's fault. For weight reasons, I pulled out the amount I needed and sealed them in a Ziploc bag. They kept moist and fresh, didn't stink up my bag, and served all my face-cleaning, cat-holing, wipe-shower needs while hiking the desert. Even after all the hiking, a final "shower" before the flight back was all it took to refresh enough to be respectful to my flightmates. A side note: due to some combination of these wipes and (likely) better hydration, my face's chronic winter dryness is all but gone!”

Bid travel and outdoor hygiene woes goodbye with Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes. Grab your pack today and enjoy the benefits of staying clean and fresh on your adventure.

Order your Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes today by clicking here.

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

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Source: MarketersMedia

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