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Entrepreneur launches personal hygiene wipes for men
 
Published Thursday, September 14, 2017
by BlackNews.com

ATLANTA — Ladies, are you tired of your man’s poor personal hygiene “down there?” Are you tired of endlessly battling this issue and “taking one for the team?”

Has there been an unspoken issue of stench in the nether regions of men, but every time you look up there’s some commercial addressing personal hygiene for women? Wives, fiancés and girlfriends, it is time to start high-fiving because your silent prayer has been answered.

Entrepreneur Derek Collins has launched Woody Wipes, one of the first of its kind, personal hygiene wipes for men. Historically, women have had an arsenal of products to keep them fresh in the bedroom, while many men are barely using soap and water.

More and more companies are finally giving male hygiene a second look, and for good reason. With the success of Axe, Bevel and the Dollar Beard Club, companies are finding success with products specifically tailored for men.

Woody Wipes are formulated to knock out the nauseating odor of what Collins calls “funky balls.” Woody Wipes are stronger than baby wipes, and are inexpensive, flushable, and useful for removing body butter, lent balls, funk and must. They also come in pocket-sized pouches to be taken discreetly on the go.

The product is not available in stores, but can be pre-ordered at www.woodywipes.com.

Comments

Interesting name, for sure.
Posted on September 16, 2017
 
No, thanks. I'm good with my ToppCock man bits hygiene gel.
Posted on September 14, 2017
 

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