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Now THIS is Cool! #BanTotalRefresh

Ban® Total Refresh™ Cooling Body Cloths are selling out like crazy! They’re actually being sold on eBay now because they’re such a hot commodity…. I mean “cool” commodity.

The refreshing wipes cool skin on contact and leave it feeling perfectly fresh through a translucent, superfine powder that never leaves sticky residue. (It’s an unprecedented, proprietary PowderSilk™ technology imported exclusively from Japan.)

It’s obvious why the wipes are flying off store shelves!

Ban Total Refresh Cooling Body Cloths

At the risk of looking like an idiot, I’m going to show you the moment I used one for the first time. My expression of nirvana wasn’t any sort of lame attempt at acting.

It’s just that the sensation of cooling is real, and my eyes pretty much rolled back in my head with relief when I placed the cooling cloth on my neck for the first time.  (And my boyfriend is quick on the trigger finger with the camera so he caught it.)

You guys, the instant cooling relief is legit.

Using Ban Refresh Total Cooling cloths

I had been playing tourist outside all day and it was humid and sticky, so I decided to give the Restore (light powder scent) cloths a try. They also come in Enliven (fresh spring scent) and Invigorate (soft clean scent).

It removed my sweat and stickiness completely and left my skin feeling so fresh, invigorated and clean! There’s no weird film or residue left behind; it’s just a smooth powdery sensation.

The outer package tears open normally, but inside is a resealable foil pouch which holds the cooling cloths themselves. After sampling these and feeling how refreshed they made me feel, I’m absolutely never going anywhere without them again.

Ah-mazing.

Ban Total Refresh #BanTotalRefresh

Look for Ban® Total Refresh™ Cooling Body Cloths in the deodorant aisle of grocery stores, drugstores and major retailers (but if they’re sold out, check eBay). They’re priced at $3.29 for a package of eight, and they’re worth every penny in my opinion. I highly recommend them!

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About Liz

Liz Mays is a lifestyle, food and travel blogger living in coastal North Carolina. If she's not in her kitchen creating recipes, she's probably off on another whirlwind travel adventure, scrapbooking her photos and memories, curled up watching a movie or sound asleep.

Comments

  1. Thanks for the heads up…
    I will have to look into this…
    I hate being hot and once I start sweating… it is OVER…