Organic Baby Wipes

What to avoid in baby wipes?
  • Bleaching agent: Most wipes are bleached with chlorine, sulfates, or other harsh chemicals. The residue from these bleaching agents may be one of the causes of skin irritation and discomfort.

  • Perfume, & alcohol

  • Plastic wet wipes: toxic and polluting 

  • Non-biodegradable wipes: Incorrectly flushed or thrown away items are found polluting the coastlines across the world.

  • Preservatives: Phenoxyethanol, parabens, Potassium Sorbate; Sodium benzoate

Which are Bamboo baby wipes?

Most wipes are bleached with chlorine, sulfates, or other harsh chemicals. The residue from these bleaching agents may be one of the causes of skin irritation,on and discomfort. Bamboo fibers do not require a bleaching process because it contains a natural anti-bacterial agent known as Bamboo-Kun. Bamboo Baby wipes are the perfect eco-friendly choice for green-conscious parents.

 
What are Baby Dry wipes?

Designed to help you clean your baby’s bum in the most delicate way — with water!
Just dip our baby dry wipes in warm water and handle your business.

  • Use Wet: dip into a bowl of warm water or use a spray bottle to moisten the wipe.

  • Use Dry: great after a wet wipe to make sure baby’s tushie is clean + dry.

 

Baby wipe recipe

How to Make Your Own Wet Wipes

Add water at home to make your own! Making your own allows you to, and also saves energy from not shipping around water.
1.) Organic cotton or bamboo wipes: Take a handful of dry wipes out of the box (a few days worth), and place into glass or stainless steel Tupperware.
2.) Water os organic wet mix: Mix 1c distilled or boiling water, 1Tbsp Earth Mama Castile Soap, 1Tbsp Calendula Baby Oil. Slowly pour filtered water onto the dry wipes so they are saturated with water.

3.) Apply them: You can use these wipes immediately for a diaper change to help with any mess!
4.) Store them: Place your wipes in an air-tight container: For any extra wipes that you didn’t use, put the lid on the Tupperware and store for a couple of days at home.
5.) Store in a cool, dry place, away from the sun.
6.) It’s important to note that these homemade wipes only last a couple of days, depending on how you store them.
7.) If you’d like to take some of your homemade wet wipes with you on the go, we recommend putting some in a silicone bag and making sure the bag is closed well.

Baby wipes listed here are the safest and most eco-conscious choice for your baby skin, the planet and the enveroment!

Ecoriginals Baby Wipes 100% biodegradable