What it is:
A packette of 15 towelettes to keep personal tech devices clean, resulting in fresh, clear skin.
What it is formulated to do:
Well-Kept Screen Cleansing Towelettes are a smart solution to keeping personal tech devices clean and smudge-free, promoting fresh, clear, healthy-looking skin. These low lint cleansing wipes are a preferred product for estheticians and makeup artists around the world—helping remove oil and makeup from cell phones, keyboards, and other devices that tend to cause acne or blemishes. Safe for a variety of devices, each packette features a resealable closure to keep towelettes from over-drying.
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What else you need to know:
Three patterns give back:
The “Drive” pattern honors Steve Dezember, John McNeeley, and others battling ALS. The art for this design was created by Steve who drives over a canvas with his wheelchair. A portion of the proceeds from this pack will be donated to ALS awareness.
The “Frank” pattern is named after an outstanding soldier and friend, and dedicated to all the men and women serving our country. This pattern is used as a fundraiser for FRG’s (family readiness groups) in the military.
The “Karogoto” pattern is named after Karogoto, Kenya. A portion of the proceeds from the pattern will be donated to the community in Kenya for business start-up education and seed funding for entrepreneurs. To date, this pattern has funded over 100 women for business education in Kenya.
Drive Abstract, Frank Camo, La Jolla Tan Tile/Coral, Manhattan Black/Red