Biodegradable wipes are disposable wipes that are made from materials that are designed to break down over time when exposed to certain environmental conditions, such as moisture and bacteria.
These wipes are often marketed as a more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional wipes, which are made from synthetic materials like polyester or polypropylene and do not break down easily in the environment.
Biodegradable wipes are typically used for personal hygiene and cleaning purposes, and are commonly used as an alternative to traditional wet wipes, baby wipes, and makeup remover wipes.
They are often made from natural fibers like bamboo, cotton, or wood pulp, which are more likely to break down naturally in the environment.
The specific length of time it takes for biodegradable wipes to decompose can vary, but it is generally estimated to be several months to a year or more.