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These potent wipes are equally handy for cleaning your hands after downing a plate of ribs, getting sand off your feet post-beach, or washing your keyboard (if you haven’t cleaned it in a while, trust us, it needs it). Because they come individually wrapped, there’s no danger of them drying out. And most importantly, because they’re all-natural, there’s no chance of them drying your skin out.
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Upon opening the package I was assaulted with a lemon scent that wouldn't go away. The towel itself was extremely wet and it leaves your skin feeling like you just got out of the rain. If it was raining lemons.2
I'm not sure what birchbox's deal is with overpriced towelettes. Sure they smell nice, but 80 cents per towel is slightly ridiculous. I always feel jipped when they send me baby wipes.2
Wet/Dry wipes? BB Man quality has gone downhill. Would never buy.2
I guess Im just not a towelette kinda guy. It seems like a wasteful product to me and weird.2
this product had a bit too "strong" of a fragrance for me, and it would not be as bad had it not smelled like a jar of vapo-rub. not for me!2
I'll admit that I don't see much use for this product beyond cleaning off your hands, but if other people can use it all over their body then more power to you. Personally, I would just rather use a cheaper (often times free) moist towlette to get the job done.2
This is nice but too expensive for the product. I can use these for emergency situations, but not a "go to " product.2
First and foremost I think these smell amazing. I can understand why someone who works out a lot, gets grimey or sweaty, or has children, may want these moist towelettes. I however, do none of these. I think they are overpriced at basically $1/per wipe especially when I can get wet wipes for free when I go eat wings.2
I'm not a fan of citrus flavored or scented products, but i did like the lemon towelette. The sole reason I wouldn't buy them is because they are out of my price range for towelettes.2