We use baby wipes for lots of things, from the obvious use with diaper changes, but also for cleaning up faces & hands after meals and even paint messes when Eleanor does art projects.
|Cleaning her duck with WaterWipes|
So it's safe to say we go through a lot. I do my best to be aware of the ingredients in them, but sometimes I just buy the cheapest or what is the most convenient (such as the prepackaged with the flip lids as opposed to the big bags of them).
WaterWipes are 99.9% water and .1% grapefruit seed extract; so no chemicals used. They are a European brand and although I've been seeing them around the blogging world for a little while now, I haven't had the chance to try them. I didn't even realize that my local Meijer store even carried them.
Because they are chemical free and thus have no preservatives they are good for up to 15 months unopened and 1 month opened.
Something that I haven't seen before with wipes if that WaterWipes are not connected like other brands. This is so they can remain sterile and as a result they also don't recommend transferring to another container.
With another baby coming soon (3ish months is soon right?), I know we are about to go through way more than we already do. I want to do my best do look for products that are better than what we use now. WaterWipes are a better choice in wipes.
Although they are more expensive than other wipes, and I am usually a cheapest product wins kind of girl, somethings are worth the extra amount. Especially when it comes to something that comes in contact with that precious baby skin. Other wipes would work fine and I wouldn't say I'd feel guilty using them, but using WaterWipes is something I definitely feel better about.
To learn more about WaterWipes and where you can find them check out their links below.