CleanWell All-Natural Orange Vanilla Hand Sanitizing Wipes Alcohol Free For Hands and Face - 40 Biodegradable Wipes
Sanitize hands when you can't wash with soap and water with All-Natural Hand Sanitizing Wipes. All-Natural CleanWell a patented formulation of essential plant oils proven to kill 99.99% of germs.CleanWell is the only hand sanitizer that is all-natural and alcohol-free. The ingredients in CleanWell are safe for kids, non-toxic, and come from rapidly renewable resources that grow abundantly worldwide. Convenient individual pop-up wipes make saying goodbye to germs and dirt as simple as 1, 2, 3 - pull a wipe from the canister, unfold and wipe over hands (or face, or bum, or anywhere else you don't want to spray). Each canister contains 40 Biodegradable Wipes.
Nature Forever - CleanWell believes in the power of natures. Extraordinary solutions are all around us and CleanWell strive to bring them to you.
CleanWell Stands Alone
|Safe for Kids
||Leaves Hands Soft
||Never Tested on Animals|
|No Harsh or Toxic Chemicals
||Gentle on Sensitive Skin
||4x more uses per oz.|
than alcohol gels
The Benefits of Thyme
The active ingredients in all CleanWell and Powered By CleanWell products, is a patented blend of essentials oils that harnesses tha natural antiseptic power of thyme in a safe and effective preparation.
Thyme grows in various regions around the world without the use of pesticides. The plant is renewable, it grows quickly and is very hardy. The harvesting og thyme provides jobs for people living in local communities.
Long Track Record (CleanWell Mean Really Long)
Thyme has a long history of use as a medicinal plant to ward off sickness. It has been used as an antiseptic for thousands of years in roman, Greek and Indian (Ayurvedic) medicine. As a culinary herb, thyme is well established in the cuisine of every culture where the plant grows wild.
A Brief History of Thyme
The name Thyme, from the Latin name Thymus, may been derived from the Greek word thyo for perfume. Ancient Egyptians used thyme in religious rituals and the Greeks used it in baths and as temple incense. Thy believed that it was a source of courage which may have led to the medieval practice of placing thyme under the pillow to prevent nightmares and aid in sleep. Knights and warriors carried scarves embroidered with Thyme into battle to bring them courage & strength.