Keep Your Kids Healthy with Wet Ones

Keep Your Kids Healthy with Wet Ones

Raising an autistic child has it’s unique challenges.  One is keeping my son healthy and germ free.  My son doesn’t do that good a job washing his hands.  This makes it easy for him to pick up germs and get sick.  Especially when he is at school.  One way I try to combat that is by using anti-bacterial wipes, like Wet Ones.

I can put the wipes in his book bag for his teachers to use with him.  I also like to place extra ones in there for the classroom.  Doing both helps reduce the amount of germs my son will come in contact with.  His teachers always appreciate having extras to use.  My son attends a school for special needs children only, and they don’t have a lot of money for extra supplies.  Some parents might not consider supplying their child’s class with anti-bacterial wipes as a necessary school supply, but I do.


Some Facts about Wet Ones Antibacterial Hand Wipes

Wet Ones® Antibacterial Hand Wipes are proven to be just as effective as gel hand sanitizers in killing 99.99% of germs, but they also clean better than hand sanitizer gels, wiping away dirt and messes without drying out skin like alcohol-­‐based hand sanitizers.

Available in two fragrances, Fresh and a new and improved Citrus Scent

Wet Ones® Antibacterial Hand Wipes come in three convenient forms:

• 40 count canister, which is designed to fit into a standard car cup holder
• 15 count travel pack
• 24 count box of individually wrapped single wipes

Hypoallergenic and enriched with skin conditioning aloe, they are also gentle on skin.

Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Wet Ones. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

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