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Baby Wipes: Yay or Nay?

Babies have been well-protected inside the womb for so long, as a result their skin is extremely sensitive. This means it'll take some time for their skin to get used to the constant exposure to harsh elements of our environment. Getting the right wipes for your baby is a delicate issue as some babies can develop rashes or allergic reactions to certain ingredients in the wipes which may not agree with your baby’s soft skin and may cause them more discomfort. One of the most common problems faced by all newborn babies is a diaper rash. Wearing diapers is a necessity and because of this these rashes get more and more aggravated by constant rubbing or sometimes even the ingredients present in some baby wipes. We are focused on ensuring all Simpleaf products meet the highest quality standard. Natural substances like aloe, lotus extracts, vitamin E, glycerin, olive oil, chamomile, and other essential oils are all perfectly safe and will not strip the natural oils produced by the baby’s skin and allow it to breathe freely. Essentially, wipes need to be wet, soft, contain a disinfectant and are moisturizing. Using a solution of warm water and essential oils, or water, baby oil, and baby wash will give you all the essentials of a functional wipe. This way you know what you’re using and you’re not adding more elements for your baby’s system to fight off. Our wet wipes are bio-degradable/eco-friendly wipes with great premium quality during use. Simpleaf for babies wipes are designed to take everywhere, the package size is perfect for traveling and also for home use. Our wipes are thicker than the leading brands and also bigger in size. The technology Simpleaf for Babies wet wipes makes them the most eco-friendly choice you can make! After you’re done using the wipes flush them down the toilet and not worry about finding a trash can or having them fill your bin! The wipes are biodegradable and will dissolve in water to avoid toilet clogging.

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