Wet wipes are lifesavers especially for full-time work-at-home moms like me. Some of my favorite smart ways of using wet wipes-
- removes makeup – whenever I feel so tired to do my usual night rituals, wet wipes are just at arm’s reach to do the stuff
- on-spot cleaning of bags, shoes, belts, hard hats and steel toes
- clean Egg, Grace and Ook’s dashboards and every nooks and crannies
- seal envelopes
- removes crayons and other marks on furnitures
- clean toys
- clean babies
Yes, I actually used wipes to clean my babies (toddler and newborn) – face, hands, privates and every nooks and crannies! So far no allergic reactions or rashes but I did worry/doubt right after I read that:
Some brands in the United States have recently been recalled, after USFDA discovered that some of the packaging may contain a type of bacteria that’s often antibiotic-resistant. – excerpts from http://raisinghunter.com/
I always support co-bloggers and I enjoy joining giveaways and contests online (so if you are holding one, please provide a link on the comment section and I’ll be right back at you on my free time – breastfeeding while joining) that being said, I also tried to join RaisingHunter.com’s Organic Wet Wipes giveaway and tadah!
Story behind the photo:
Clyde: “mommy, mommy, are those for me?”
Me: “yes kuya, it’s for you and Dave. Wait, I’ll take a picture of it first.”
Clyde: “sama ako, akin yan eh..”
Thank you @vyjaedotcom for these#organicbabywipes, shared it with my preggy sistah @jamielelizabeth!
Our little gentlemen definitely deserves the gentlest baby wipes for their sensitive #baby skin!
@organicbabywipes has aloe vera and without harsh chemicals.
We are now down to the last sachet. I love the clean smell of aloe vera on my baby’s face and the cloth are soft even for babies skin. To be true for being frugal, I use this as the last to swipe baby’s face and bottom. It’s good to know that Organic Baby Wipes are available online and I will definitely add this on my online shopping list.