R132 Incl. VAT
Let’s face it, you probably use more baby wipes for your little one than any other product (besides nappies of course). So it’s wonderful to note that these are safe and non-toxic, made to nourish and care for your baby’s skin with natural ingredients. These wet wipes are 100% biodegradable, made from pure organic bamboo fibre – you can throw them directly onto the compost heap when you’re done!
Made from 100% plant viscose fibre
Fairtrade accredited through Phytotrade Africa
Contains no parabens, petrochemicals, or synthetic fragrances
Endorsed by Beauty Without Cruelty South Africa
Package includes resealable label to maintain freshness and keep wet wipes moist
Here’s how those naturally nourishing plant extracts care for baby’s skin:
Baobab extract is packed with essential nutrients like vitamin C
Aloe vera soothes the skin and is a natural antiseptic
Lavender has anti-inflammatory powers
Tea tree has miraculous healing abilities when it comes to skin irritations and minor wounds
Bamboo fibre has antimicrobial properties
These wet wipes are gentle and safe enough to use as often as you like on your newborn baby or toddler. But no need to stop there! You can use these wet wipes to get spots and stains out of everything, from perspiration stains on your blouse to marks on your carpet, cushions and even your couch. They’re also handy for quick bathroom or kitchen wipe downs. Keep a pack in your car to clean up any spills or even to wipe down a dusty dashboard!
Water (aqua), decyl glucoside, helianthusannus (sunflower) seed oil*, adansoniadigitata (baobab) fruit extract, aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf extract, lavandulaofficinalis (lavender) oil*, potassium sorbate, tocopheryl acetate, sodium benzoate**, citric acid, maltodextrin, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil*, pelargoniumgraveolens (rose geranium) oil
*Certified organic ingredient
**Ingredient Notice: Sodium benzoate is listed as a nasty in our pocket guide when used for food, so why do we allow it in some of our cosmetics and cleaning products? Firstly, the amount of sodium benzoate used in cosmetics or cleaning products is much smaller than that used in food as a preservative. Furthermore, the sodium benzoate molecules are too large to be absorbed by your skin. This preservative has been allowed by ECOCERT, the Soil Association and BDIH; it has been ranked by the EWG as having a low risk of 1. However, there are reports circulating online that warn against usage of sodium benzoate even in cosmetics. We believe it is still one of the safer preservatives, but as always, we wanted you to fully informed and empowered. The choice is yours to make.