As parents, we’re always so conflicted about any product we buy that will be used topically or internally by our children. It’s so hard to always know what’s in even the most simple products these days. This, however, is why we LOVE WaterWipes.
At first glance, WaterWipes seem like any other attempt at a “natural” approach. But these wipes really stand out. Not only are the ingredients fantastically simple, they clean anything and everything wonderfully… From baby bums to messy mouths (even pacifiers!). The best part: they’re totally chemical free!
Just a few of the things we love about WaterWipes:
- They contain only two ingredients, 99.9% purified Irish water and 0.1% grapefruit seed extract.
- WaterWipes are both durable and effective. They’ve even been through the wash with our cloth diapers by accident, and came out looking so great we used them again!
- They’re also awesome for children with diaper rash, sensitive skin and/or eczema. WaterWipes is even recognized by the National Eczema Association with a 4 out of 5 acceptance rating.
- You can use WaterWipes for way more than just dirty bums. Since they’re chemical free, we use them to wipe dirty faces, pacifiers that have fallen on the floor, and have even used them to get baby puke out of clothing!
We couldn’t be happier to be ambassadors for this amazing brand for the next few months. They are just becoming popular in the US after having great success in Europe, and we can see why! They’re great for everything.
It was a life-saver having them on our trip, too. In addition to random messes along the way, #5 had an epic blowout at the airport in Istanbul, and long story short I ended up changing him on top of a duffel in the median of departing airport traffic (14+ million people LIVING in this city, y’all)–but WaterWipes got that mess taken care of in no time flat.
When we need something quick for chemical free cleanup, it has become so natural to reach for WaterWipes… We always know they’re going to get the job done, and not cause any issues no matter what surface (of an item or a child) they are used on.
You can learn more about WaterWipes on their website, and look for more from us in the coming months, also!