Seacrest stumbled with his response, stating he had “no idea.” Accordingly, DUDE HQ got bombarded with questions from curious women wondering whether our wipes were a viable option for them, considering the circumstances.
DUDE Wipes initially gained traction as man’s refuge from under-sized and over-scented baby wipes. But despite our namesake, we’re in the business of keeping all butts fresh as f***.
For any uninitiated women out there, DUDE Wipes are fragrance-free, plant-based, larger than baby wipes, and even come in discreet travel-friendly single packs. They’re not laced with testosterone and you don’t need a man card to buy them. No wonder so many women are making the switch. In fact, women have been using DUDE Wipes for years.
In 2012, DUDE co-founder Sean Riley told The Chicago Tribune that women were obsessed with our wipes at North Coast Music Festival. "They were buying them by the handful and shoving them into their purse," said Riley.
If you’re still not convinced, ask UFC fighter Justine Kish who became a fan of DUDE Wipes after pooping herself mid-fight. It just goes to show, shituations do not know gender.