This post was sponsored by WaterWipes as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review
I’ve got three kids. Three beautiful, smart, funny, goofy, kids. In a perfect world they’d be everything but messy. But that is also one feature of having three beautiful, smart, and funny kids…the messes. Not only do I go around picking up after them, but I also am the tush wiper extrodinare. I really never thought I’d be putting that on my resume but alas, I take it in stride. So needless to say, I buy a ton of baby wipes but none that were chemical free but I’ve recently tried WaterWipes and I can honestly say I really like them.
I’ve always wanted to make my own wipes at home but honestly I’ve been too lazy and it’s always easier to buy them at the store or order them online. WaterWipes is a chemical free wipe that only contains 99.9% purified water and 0.1% grapefruit seed extract. Even if I would make homemade wipes they’d still have chemicals from baby lotion (depending on the brand you’d use).
Since WaterWipes is chemical free it’s important to remember they will last for up to 15 months before the package is open. I know what you’re thinking. Only 15 months? Well that’s what happens when there’s no preservatives. The shelf life of products diminshes. Make sure to use the package of wipes within a month of opening.
I was very surprised by the durabilty of the wipes and how effective they were at cleaning dirty mouths and noses. I don’t just use them for butts! Unlike some other wipe brands, WaterWipes are not interfolded. This allows for the sterile environment within the package to be maintained. For the same reason, WaterWipes recommends that you do not relocate the wipes in an alternate container.
What didn’t I love about them? The price. I can get our regular wipes on sale with coupons for $.01-.02 per wipe as compared to $.06 per WaterWipe. With three kids even pennies count!
To find WaterWipes at your local Meijer visit the store locator page.