Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes Recognized for Aiding Patients in Recovery

Outdoor Gear Brand, Surviveware, Recommended for Patients’ Hygiene Needs

Woodbridge, United States - December 6, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Those in recovery from surgery face many obstacles. In addition to healing stitches and limited mobility, patients face the possibility of infection. Normal functions such as household chores, shopping, and even maintaining proper hygiene suddenly become a burden.

Amanda Condry, Surviveware co-founder, said that this should not be the case, “The last thing one should have to worry about post-surgery is their hygiene; rather, they should be able to simply focus on their recovery.”

Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes were designed to handle more than regular wet wipes. Each wipe measures 8” x 12” - enough to l freshen up a regular-sized adult. As they are made from durable cloth material, these wipes will not easily tear or leave lint on the skin. Despite this strength, the wipes will begin to decompose after only 28 days, as environmentally friendly as they are versatile.

Knowing that hygiene is one of the common problems of recovering patients, Surviveware ensured that these wipes help when taking a shower is not an option. “We want our wipes to provide a feeling of cleanliness and freshness— a shower-like experience without actually stepping inside the shower,” added Amanda. This idea prompted the company to load each wipe with natural moisturizers such as aloe and vitamin E. Further, the wipes are alcohol-free and packed with moisture-enriched formula so users won’t have to worry about skin irritation, rashes, or dry skin.

Many recovering patients and those receiving specialized medical care recognize the value of having these Biodegradable Wet Wipes in their belongings.

A Surviveware customer shared in an Amazon review how the wipes were able to help her following an injury, “When you suffer an injury that prevents you from doing daily activities...that we take for granted...it is reassuring to find a product that permits you to maintain a semblance of 'normalcy.' This product is adequately sized for adult use. It is well moistened, and the opening on the package is small...actually a smart design that helps prevent the product from drying out and becoming useless. Honestly, it was the name of the product 'Surviveware' that determined my purchase. Never before having to face new obstacles. 'Survive' was the keyword that expressed my current situation.”

Another Surviveware customer expressed how important these wet wipes are for maintaining her hygiene goals, “I bought these wipes after having multiple surgeries for a broken wrist and knee. Taking a shower every day is not an option, so these wipes have been amazing to use to clean up in between. They are large enough so that you only need a couple to go over your whole body. They leave you feeling refreshed and clean without any fake perfume smells and do not leave behind any residue. I also like that they are biodegradable! I definitely will buy them again - although hopefully next time just for camping trips or to have in my car for after a hike to refresh - I don’t plan to ever get on a one wheel motorized skateboard ever again.”

Join thousands of Surviveware customers and experience the benefits of using these fantastic wet wipes. Get your pack today and discover why BuzzFeed recommends these wipes.

Order one here today.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/survivewares-biodegradable-wet-wipes-recognized-for-aiding-patients-in-recovery/456163

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