gives ordinary toilet paper prebiotic superpowers
- Water (65%)
Astringent: Witch Hazel preserved with benzoic acid (30%).
- Thickener: Carbomer neutralized with sodium hydroxide (<1%).
- Postbiotics Preservative: Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate & Lactobacillus & Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract.
- Prebiotic blend: Alpha-glucan oligosaccharide & Inulin, made in Belgium.
- Moisturizer: Propanediol, a microbiome-friendly alternative to glycerin.
- pH adjuster: Sodium Phytate, Sodium Hydroxide.
Ingredients’ country of origin:
A drop of WIPEGEL transforms harsh toilet paper into a moist wipe that cleans while nurturing beneficial bacteria.
Witch hazel soothes itching and helps stop minor bleeding associated with hemorrhoids or too much fun.
One 8 oz. bottle of WIPEGEL is enough for about 400 wipes, which should last 2 to 3 months.
Wipegel is now fragrance free.
Skin friendly pH balance
No SLS, SLES, parabens
We do not sell in countries that require animal testing
No added fragrance or fragrance hiding chemicals
All ingredients: EWG score 1
DESIGNED FOR YOUR GENITALS BUT YOU CAN USE IT ANYWHERE ON YOUR BODY
30% of WIPEGEL is pure, USA-grown, water-based witch hazel extract.
Witch hazel is a native North American plant that contains many potent anti-inflammatory compounds, including gallic acid and tannins.
While the witch hazel helps soothe and clean genital and perianal skin, the prebiotics in WIPEGEL feed beneficial bacteria to help them suppress the opportunistic organisms responsible for smell and infections.
Did you know that commercial wet wipes contain up to five times more preservatives than any other personal hygiene product? This includes “baby”& “feminine” wipes, too.
Why? Because mold and bacteria love growing on wet fibers. Think about the time when you forgot your laundry in a washing machine. The resulting smell is due to bacterial activity.
To avoid bacterial growth in the product, the manufacturers of wet wipes have to use a high amount of preservatives to allow for years of shelf life.
Unfortunately, conventional preservatives suppress a wide spectrum of bacteria, including beneficial flora, once left on your skin.