WaterWipes Sensitive Baby Wipes, 4 Packs of 60 Count (240 Count)
- Contains 99.9% purified water and a drop of fruit extract
- Suitable from birth
- Fragrance and Alcohol Free
- Awarded National Eczema Association of America Seal of Acceptance
- Other suitable usage includes: weaning, teething, cleaning of baby's hands and face, adult's sensitive skin care as well as elderly skin care
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The world's purest baby wipes - 99.9% water and a drop of fruit extract. Suitable for newborns. Effective yet ultra-mild, pure and gentle. WaterWipes are unlike any other baby wipe on the market, and have been produced using cutting-edge new technology. When a baby is born, the outermost layer of their skin is incomplete, making their skin much thinner than adults. When it comes to ingredients, less is more. Conventional baby wipes use ingredients also found in bubble baths, shampoos, etc. WaterWipes are the baby wipe that parents and healthcare professionals have been waiting for. Cleaning a newborn baby's delicate skin requires the mildest, gentlest care possible, to avoid skin sensitization problems. Thanks to WaterWipes, parents have the convenience of baby wipes with the absolute purity. With a clean, fresh non-greasy feel, they leave no residue on the skin. Free of alcohol, perfume, chlorine, formaldehyde, phenols, phthalates, SLS and SLES, lanolin and unnecessary additives.
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The idea of Water Wipes is a great one, simple ingredients. Spend a few minutes reading the back of a baby wipes package, most of the time you can't pronounce half the ingredients on the list. Water Wipes appealed to our household with 2 IBS sufferers and no children.
Water, Grapefruit Seed Extract, and Benzalkonium Chloride are the current ingredients in Water Wipes. When I used to purchase them the only ingredients were Water and Grapefruit Seed Extract.
Originally the wipes were large, thick, and held up under pressure. We used Water Wipes in the bathroom, to clean up spills in the car, to get spots out of clothing on the go...for just about everything. We started using the wipes in March 2015 and were loyal users until 2017.
When the last case arrived the wipes package was smaller. The cost was the same, which has always been a premium price for Water Wipes compared to other brands. We were hoping that the wipes would be the same, durable wipes we were used to, only smaller. This was not the case, the new wipes were thinner, not as durable, and smaller.
3 of the 12 packs had mold upon opening them despite the lack of holes or other damage to the packaging. We didn't store them any different than we usually do. The most disturbing part of the new wipes (not the ones with mold), was that I experienced irritation from using Water Wipes for the first time ever. Not a full blown reaction, but it was enough to discontinue using Water Wipes.
The manufacturer refunded the purchase price for the final case of wipes when I complained. They said parents wanted "less bulky wipe packages". I think parents wanted smaller sized packs for travel, pack sizes of 15-20 wipes in a pack, rather than actually wanting wipes that were smaller in size (does any parent really want smaller sized wipes?)
We tried desperately to find a replacement going through the following brands; Seventh Generation, Caboo, Baby Ganics, Jackson Reece, and Happy Little Camper. They all had too many ingredients or caused irritation.
We decided to make our own. Natural paper towels, cut in half. One roll filled a BPA free shoe box sized plastic container. Add 2 tablespoons of organic grape seed extract. Push down on the stack to flatten them and squish out the excess grape seed extract (instead of grapefruit seed extract which appears in Water Wipes). Add 4 tablespoons warm water and squish the stack down again, flip it over, squish it again. Put the lid on and they were ready to use. They stayed good for up to a week without mold.
Thanks Water Wipes for changing your product. We now make our own wipes for $7 for a case instead of $40 like you charge.
Thanks for contacting us. The endorsements on the newly designed multipacks are on the box instead of the packet. The endorsements for the single packs are still found on the packet as no one will see the box as they are sold separately. I understand how confusing that can be especially since we added the disclosure around the trace residual component found in the fruit extract. But all the endorsements remain.
We have adjusted the ingredient list on WaterWipes' packaging to include Benzalkonium chloride (BAK). WaterWipes has not changed in any way.
We're adding this information to our packaging as trace amounts of BAK are a by-product of the fruit extraction process. Trace amounts of BAK are a common ingredient in personal care and cosmetics products. The level that exists in WaterWipes is extremely small and has no impact on the safety of the product. Our wipes contain 0.1% fruit extract which in turn contains trace amounts of Benzalkonium Chloride so the overall content in the finished pack is negligible.
The quality of our wipes not changed. Neither has the formulation or ingredients. We pride ourselves on making wipes that are safe to use on a new-born baby's skin. WaterWipes still contain 99.9% water and a drop of fruit extract and continue to be made in our unique cleanroom environment to ensure we remain the world's purest baby wipe. We are still approved by Allergy UK, National Eczema Association (USA) and
Eczema Association of Australasia.
We added the information as we believe in this this day and age that companies owe it to their customers to declare information beyond what they are legally obliged to.
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Don't get super... these are not the same wipes, they are fakes all around! These wipes contain chloride and are not chemical free, they are missing all the seals and the ingredients list isn't the same. Please review my pictures before you get scammed too! (Doesn't even deserve a 1 star rating but I had to put something to submit this.)
My recent shipment was smaller, thinner wipes and the packaging tears really easily causing the wipes to dry out.
Hope they revert to the original wipes.
The company said they'd changed packaging due to complaints about it being bulky . . .I've never heard anyone complain about them being bulky.