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Choosing the Best Natural Baby Wipes

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Choosing the Best Natural Baby Wipes

Oh, baby! What are you wiping me with? Methylisothiazolinone (how do you pronounce that)? Maybe the wipes contain parabens and or Tricolsan. None of these are really meant for a baby’s sensitive skin. These are all preservatives, hormone disruptors and even CAUSE dermatitis. You had no idea what was actually in wipes? Neither did I until I saw more and more brands offering natural, safer wipes and wondered why I need these. What do they mean by ‘safer’? What is unsafe about my commercial wipes in those adorable ads? Lots! So, I wrote this post for choosing the best natural baby wipes.

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Natural wipes contain pure water and have natural lotions derived from actual plants. It is a combination of nature and responsible science. It is about making sure baby’s sensitive skin gets clean with no harsh residues.

BLOOM baby natural Wipes

I am a fan of bloom BABY. One of the baby wipe brands that want you to have access to safe yet affordable wipes. These wipes are naturally scented with no added fragrances. They can be used on the most sensitive of skin. They are enriched with (plant-derived) Vitamins such as A, B-Complex, D, Omega -3 and -6. It naturally gives the skin back what it needs after wetness has compromised that area.

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Natural baby wipes features:

  • Natural Ingredients in pure water
  • Safe for Rash- & Eczema-Prone Skin
  • Sensitive Moisturizing Lotion from natural source
  • Enriched with Plant-Derived Vitamins
  • Hypoallergenic and produced in an FDA facility free of nuts, gluten and wheat processing

Natural Wipes

Where can you find the bloom BABY wipes? Amazon is a good source. You can also visit bloom BABY’s store locator. I see that my local Target also carries these.

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