The world’s purest baby wipes.
I have an 18 month old daughter and we go through a lot of baby wipes. I’ve found that the brand of wipes makes a huge difference. Early on we were given a huge case of baby wipes from a leading brand from Costco and my baby girl quickly developed a terrible diaper rash – not cool. We then switched to chlorine free wipes from Whole Foods and rashes were a thing of the past. In general I think Whole Foods makes a good effort to offer more natural products, but looking at the ingredients to their 365 wipes I was surprised to find so many ingredients. They include the following: Aloe Vera Leaf extract, Sodium Cocyl Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Oryza Sativa Extract, Glycerin, Tocopherol, Dehydroacetic Acid, Benzoic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Dimethicone Copolyol, and Citric Acid. These ingredients might all be fine, but I was excited to hear about WaterWipes which have just two ingredients: 99.9% water and 0.1% Grapefruit seed extract. We already use Grapefruit seed extract to sanitize bottles and the like and have found it very effective. You might wonder why you’re paying for 99.9% water, but you’re really paying to have less ingredients.
The Water Wipes have little to no smell compared to other wipes that don’t smell very good at all to me. The material of the wipe is sturdy and very comparable to all other wipes I’ve tried if not better. My wife and I both agree that they do a better job of wiping away poop. Although Water Wipes might cost more than wipes from the big brands you might use less and of course you won’t have to worry about diaper rash or a long list of ingredients.
All opinions in this article are mine. The wipes were provided by WaterWipes.