Antibacterial Wet Wipes Hands and Face Moisturizing Towelettes with Vitamin E and Aloe | ANTIBACTERIAL WET WIPES TRAVEL PACK

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Active Ingredient

Benzalkonium chloride 0.115%

Purpose: Antibacterial


For hand washing to decrease bacterial on the skin. May be used on face arms and legs.


For external use only

Keep out of eyes. In case of eye contact, rinse with water.

If irritation develops discontinue use and consult a doctor if irritation persists more than 72 hours

If swallowed, seek medical attention or contact a Poison Control Center.

Keep out of the reach of children, except with adult supervision.

Thoroughly wipe hands and face as desired.

Allow to dry without wiping.

Discard wipe in trash receptacle after use. Do not flush.

Inactive Ingredients

Propylene glycol, 4Na EDTA, Sorbitol, Aloe Extract, Purified Water, Fragrance, Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E).

Convenient   Easy to use and carry anytime!

Clean-Up   Use to wash up quickly when soap and water are not available

Moisturize   soothes and softens dry skin.

Antibacterial Wet Wipes contain soothing Aloe to help moisturize your skin and leave it feeling soft and smooth. Our Wet Wipes are thick and strong to help even the roughest skin.

Distributed by:

Greenbrier International, Inc.

Chesapeake, VA 23320

Made in China

Antibacterial Wet Wipes

Hands and Face Moisturizing Towelettes

with Aloe


Global Marketing Resources, Inc.

Active Ingredients


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