Shopping Guide: Baby Wipes

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At home, I used cloth baby wipes when changing diapers. But when I was out and about, I found disposable baby wipes so much more convenient. I really tried to use nothing but cloth wipes and diapers but it was causing more stress than I was willing to handle. Plus, disposable wipes are great for wiping hands, faces and car seats too. I still use them now even though both of my kids are well out of diapers.

Of course, I make sure to choose only the safest and most natural wipes. Anything that goes anywhere near my kids’ skin needs to be completely safe. My current favorite are The Honest Company’s baby wipes but there are a bunch of other great options. The wipes you choose are really dependent on your personal preferences. I didn’t care for the smell of some wipes and others were too soapy for me. It’s a good idea to give each a try until you find what works for you.

The Honest Company Wipes (EWG rating 1) – All-natural, plant-based, fragrance-free, cloth wipes.


Babyganics Face, Hand and Baby Wipes (EWG rating 1) – Free of alcohol, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, artificial dyes or fragrances.

Waterwipes Baby Wipes (EWG rating 1) – No harsh chemicals or preservatives. Made from 99.9% purified water, 0.1% grapefruit seed extract.

Seventh Generation Baby Wipes (EWG rating 2) – Free of alcohol, dyes and synthetic fragrances. Non-toxic, hypoallergenic and safe for use on sensitive skin.

Jackson Reece Kinder by Nature Baby Wipes (EWG rating 2) – 99% of the ingredients are derived from vegetable or plant extracts. Suitable for use by Vegans. 100% bio-degradable, compostable and chlorine free cloth.

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