WaterWipes - 2 Pack 120 wipes
WaterWipes are suitable from birth. Newborn babies skin is 5 times thinner than an adults! That’s why their skin is so sensitive and other wipes are not suitable.
We know that Parents need to change their baby’s nappy up to 10 times a day. Imagine wiping those ingredients (on the other side of the page) on your baby’s skin 70 times per week and then locking them in with a nappy. There is no product that you would use that many times, even as an adult.
WaterWipes are great for nappy rash and other sensitive skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis because WaterWipes doesn’t irritate the skin. In fact WaterWipes are the only baby wipe ever to be approved by Allergy UK.
As pure as cotton wool and cooled boiled water – recommended by your midwife – but far more convenient and effective. So much so that maternity wards and Neonatal Intensive Care Units in the UK and Ireland have started using WaterWipes and recommending them to parents.
What is in WaterWipes?
Purified Water @ 99.9%
Citrus Grandis seed extract – aka grapefruit seed extract
...and that's it!
What's NOT in WaterWipes...
All other disposable baby wipes contain harsh chemical ingredients - even the "sensitive" or "pure" ones. Check the back of the pack next time to see for yourself.
Parabens chemically manufactured preservatives. Parabens have been found in breast cancer tumours. Our wipes are made in a highly controlled sterile environment and we use grapefruit seed extract as a natural biocide to keep the pack fresh (in case your fingers bring some bacteria to the during the change of baby).
Lanolin this is grease from animal fur, aka ‘wool fat’. It is used in shoe polish and rust-proof coatings. Needless to say, our wipes don’t have lanolin.
Alcohol babies’ skin is ultra thin, why would you want to put alcohol on their skin? Alcohol causes harsh skin sensitisation.
Perfume / Fragrance it usually implies a mix of ingredients, possibly including phthatates. Babies need cleaning, not perfuming, We don’t use perfume in our wipe as it can inflame baby’ skin.
Phtalates they are chemicals used to make plastics more flexible and harder to break. Bisphenol A is the name to watch out for as well as DBP, DEP, DEHP, BzBP, DMP… No thanks!
Benzoates a widely used range of chemically made preservatives (look for E211 & E212. The UK Food Commission qualified it as " irritant to the skin, eyes and mucous membranes" - They are also linked to cancers and asthma. Not for our wipes either!
Triclosan a cancer causing antimicrobial agent (when combined with chlorine). It causes hormone disruption… No, that’s not one for baby’ skin! Or mine for that effect!