Biodegradable Wet Wipes Recommended for Long Hiking Trips and Adventure Travel

Surviveware Wet Wipes Ideal for Long Adventures

Woodbridge, United States - December 5, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Long hiking tours and camping trips not only serve as a gateway to nature but also tests one’s endurance and limitations. Such excursions also create opportunities to develop new friendships and make new discoveries.

However, these activities are not without consequences and hardships. Since being exposed to nature can strip adventure enthusiasts of the comforts of home, such as shower facilities and flush toilets, some may shy away from these undertakings. Those who indulge in hiking, camping, and hunting are always searching for products that can bridge the gap between the luxury of taking a decent bath and having one when traversing the backcountry.

Leading retailer of camping, hiking, and hunting gear, Surviveware, released a product that can solve this problem: Biodegradable Wet Wipes. These wipes are tailored to address the needs of hiking and camping enthusiasts with a multi-purpose, no-rinse hygiene product.

Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes are packed with a hypoallergenic formula which makes it perfect for people with sensitive. The wipes are packed with natural aloe and vitamin E that help nourish the skin while cleansing it. Each wipe is loaded with moisture which dries nicely on the skin. As such, users don’t have to worry about feeling sticky after cleansing.

Surviveware’s wet wipes are larger than regular wipes. An average-sized adult will only need one to two wipes to freshen up their entire body; however, more may be needed depending on the level of grime. The wipes are made from durable cloth fabric that decomposes after 28 days. Hence, users needn’t worry about contributing to the garbage piling up in landfills and polluting campsites and forest trails. Moreover, they are scent-free and won’t attract unwanted attention from insects or wild animals.

These features are among the reasons why Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes became Amazon’s Choice in their category. They were also recently recommended by BuzzFeed as one of the best hygiene and camping products in the market. Customers are also raving on the proven effectiveness of this wet wipes. This was evident in the reviews and recommendations that the product receives from Amazon.

In the following review, an Amazon customer narrated his experience using Surviveware’s wipes, highlighting their functionality and reliability, “I went on a week-long camping trip throughout the blue ridge mountain. We camped at several dispersed sites that did not have any latrines or running water or rivers. These are by far the best wipes I have ever bought. It's great that they are biodegradable, but they honestly leave you feeling like you did have a chance to bathe. By the last day, my friends commented on how I was the only one that didn't stink like I had been in the woods for a week. They are also pretty big, so you don't have to use up a ton each time. I will definitely buy again and recommend.”

Another Amazon reviewer described how these wet wipes came in handy during a hiking trip, “I decided to purchase these wipes after using Wilderness Wipes from another company due to the amount of wipes you got for the price. I used these for a six-day trip to Great Smoky Mountain National Park in September. Was pleasantly surprised at how well they kept moisture during the trip. After a few days of not showering and hiking over 14 miles a day, you become pretty ripe. These were great in keeping me fresh and ready for the next day. Highly recommend.”

Order this fantastic product now and find out why more and more campers and adventure enthusiasts are shifting to this convenient and affordable product.

Grab your pack of Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes today by clicking here!

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

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