Throughout our cloth diapering journey, I was conflicted with what types of wipes to use. I decided to use cloth wipes but that didn’t last for long. Cloth wipes were not for us so we were on to the next thing. Once I found out that nasty parabens were lurking in my daughter’s baby wipes I knew they had to go. The search for the ingredients in her wipes was sparked by a diaper rash that I just could not get rid of. Every time I changed her diaper, her skin would turn red after using wipes on her. I should have thought of this sooner, but it was the wipes that were causing her rash! I tried sensitive wipes and they had the same effect.
So it seems that the maker of Elements Naturals wipes had a similar inspiration to create a wipe that was all natural and would not irritate her baby’s delicate skin.
Developed out of mother’s guilt and the reddest butt you’ve ever seen, our wipes have been helping parents transform the world since 2009. Proudly Made in the USA, they are the first to be made from bio-based materials and ingredients listed on the approved personal care ingredients lists of EcoCert and the Natural Products Association.
Not only are these wipes gentle on baby, but they are compostable and disintegrate. Cloth diapering has many purposes and one of them is to minimize waste. Why not do the same with wipes? By using Elements Natural Wipes, you are taking one step towards minimizing your own waste that just SITS in landfills and does not break down.
The ingredients in Elements Naturals wipes are simple: Purified Water, Coco Glucoside, Phenoxyethanol, Dicaprylyl Ether, Decyl Glucoside, Glyceryl Oleate, and Ethylhexylglycerin (plant derived biodegradable preservative)
Here are more features of Elements Naturals wipes:
• Natural and Naturally Derived Ingredients
• Chemical Free
• Fragrance Free
• Chlorine Free
• Resealable Pack
• 80 Unscented Wipes
• Larger Wipes (7.1” x 7.9”)
• Softer and Thicker Wipe Material
*Fibers used in Elements Naturals® baby wipes meet the requirements of the disintegration for aerobic composting according to ISO, ASTM, and EN regulations, and are certified appropriately.
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Disclosure: I received a product free of charge to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own.