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From a grimy subway ride to a long day in the park, there are plenty of times when it pays to have antibacterial wipes on hand. Besides keeping you clean, they're a quick way to refresh hands and face. We like Herban Essentials' version because they're made with all-natural ingredients and come individually wrapped.
Great in theory. The price for these wipes is too high for me to justify the need. I'm sure they'll work great for those that feel they need to carry around herbal scented wipes.1
The towels are good sized and the fragrances pleasant enough. I'm just not the kind of guy to use this type of product, unless it was served to me at a great barbeque joint or after eating lobster and making a glorious mess. Even then, I'd be fine with a napkin or any wet towel.1
Good idea for a product, but dont like the smell and feel of the wipes.1
I have no specific complaints against this product, it simply is not for me. I did appreciate that it didn't complete dry my hands out with use.1
I never have these when I need them not something I would carry in my pocket.1
This product IS refreshing. I did not care for the intense lemony scent the towelettes leave on the skin. I think perhaps post work-out is the only time I would use such a heavily scented product.1
The smell of this was way too strong. Even after I threw away the used cloth, I could smell if from my trash can for days!!1
I really like the idea of the towelettes, although I got Eucalyptus. I absolutely despise this scent. I've had lotion of the same scent and got nothing but a headache....1
Normally I like invigorating scents, but this was just too much for me. The smell was too strong, giving it a chemical-like scent. It literally took my breath away-and not in a good way!1
I tried this little towel after sleeping with my make up on. I am really surprised it has such good reviews because I did not like it at all. For one, the lavendar smell was more like a clorox wipe. I think they contain rubbing alcohol or something because the wipe burned the area around my eyes and I had to splash off with water after using it. I would really only use a wipe on my face so this sort of defeats the purpose. I think I will continue to use Wet Ones or wipes specifically designed for removing make-up.1