Rinse-Free – When Water is Not an Option

 

By Lauren Hankley

D2W Guide Gear launches waterless personal hygiene products.  Rinse Free products allow for year-round outdoor adventure even when water isn’t an option. An eight ounce Rinse Free Body & Hair Wash and four ounce Rinse Free Shampoo are perfect for camping, hiking, hunting, athletics and emergency preparedness kits, providing personal hygiene options, even when clean water isn’t available.

Rinse Free Body & Hair Wash cleans, deodorizes, and nourishes your skin with or without a shower. The Rinse Free Shampoo includes a conditioning and detangling formula with added moisturizers and conditioners for long hair. Just wash and towel dry; No rinsing required!

Like all D2W Guide Gear products, our Rinse Free Body & Hair Wash and Rinse Free Shampoo use enzyme ScentPrevent® technology to eliminate odor, contain no harsh chemicals, and are fragrance free.  Whether you are in the back country or cleaning up after an athletic or outdoor activity, having a waterless option just makes sense.  Both biodegradable formulas are ready to use straight out of the bottle.

Stock up for the unexpected and be prepared!  No water or rinsing required!

For more information on D2W Guide Gear Products and Waterless Personal Hygiene visit www.d2wguidegear.com or www.deaddownwind.com and to see a video about the this exciting new technology and product line for hunters Click Here.

About D2W Guide Gear:
Tested in extreme conditions by professional guides, athletes and outdoor enthusiasts, D2W Guide Gear goes a step beyond industry standards in both performance and value. Our priorities have always been to produce the safest, most effective, earth-friendly products possible using REAL SCIENCE as our foundation.

From skin safe biodegradable formulations or improved ergonomics to enhanced product performance D2W products offers a Best in Class value for the consumer.  D2W products are engineered, formulated and designed for hunters, active outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, back country campers and emergency preparedness.