The mini pack is $6 for 6 towelettes, the lager size is $15 for 20 towelettes. They may be bought as single scents or assorted.
Between a few trips on the subway, a couple hours at Starbucks and dodging the rain, I couldn’t help but feel a bit wet and grimy. I remembered that I had a few packs of Herban Essentials Towelettes in my bag for days just like this. I promptly opened the peppermint one and was automatically greeted with a strong burst of freshness. For a small towel, it packed in a lot of natural goodness. Herban Essentials uses essential oils so you know you’re getting the real thing and best of all, it’s a convenient way to get your aroma therapy fix. So, needless to say, I was tingling for a few minutes with the natural uplift that peppermint brings—kinda like Altoids for your hands and body!
I strongly recommend these products for anyone that’s on the go! They come all types of flavors too—lemon, lavender, peppermint and orange.
Hillary says: I am a clean hand fanatic! Honestly I don't even know how I manage to ride the subway or open a public door, so I am constantly sanitizing my hands. These towelettes come in fun, refreshing scents and are more substantial than your average hand wipe. The disinfect and leave behind a great scent. If you check out the website, they have a ton of alternative uses for these wipes- throw a lavender one in with your laundry in the dryer to scent it, tuck a peppermint one in your car's air conditioning vents for a pick me up, the list goes on and on. Are they more expensive than your average hand wipe? Yes. Is it worth it to treat yourself to a little aromatherapy to brighten up your day? You bet!