Friday, February 8, 2013

Natural Baby Wipes

No, I'm not a Mommy blogger, but in the spirit of the upcoming Valentine's Day, I figured I'd share three awesome baby wipes wipes plus one adult wipe made by an entrepreneurial spirit smart enough to take notice not only parents buy baby wipes.

Natural wipes.

Seventh Generation Free & Clear Baby Wipes
I'm really excited about Seventh Generation's new improved baby wipes. They've recently reduced plastic in their product 70% by using new plant materials. The wipes are also now larger in size, making each individual wipe more efficient. As always, their baby wipes are free of alcohol, dyes, synthetic fragrances, parabens and phthalates. I thought these wipes were as wonderful as you'd expect any Seventh Generation product to be.

Whole Foods Market 365 Everyday Value Baby Wipes
This is what we have in our cabinet now. They're cheap, easy to grab while grocery shopping, and don't contain any fragrance or weird chemicals so you're good to go.

Elements Naturals
These wipes are not only 100% natural, but they're also 100% compostable (in an aerobic composting facility, sadly you can't toss them in the worm bin). Visit their website to read more about them and find out where to buy them. I've never tried these, but they sound nice.

Swipes Lovin Wipes
Just so you know you're not stuck in the baby aisle, I'll tell you about Swipes Lovin Wipes. They're biodegradable, flushable wipes that are made with natural ingredients. I was lucky enough to sample the cucumber and unscented variety. Both were just as gentle as baby wipes, but without the disturbing image of a baby on the package! Read more about these crazysexycoolasacucumber products on their website.

What is your favorite wipe?

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