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Make DIY All-Natural Baby Wipes

17 February 2014 2,048 views One Comment

by rhonda

Make DIY All-Natural Baby Wipes

It seems like these days nearly every product on the shelf at the store has some sort of chemicals added to it.  And when it comes to your precious little bundle of joy, all of those chemicals can be scary!  How do you avoid them?  One way to limit your baby's expose to chemicals is to DIY many of the products that typically contain them.  Over at Evermine Blog, Stephanie shares a recipe and instructions for making your own, all-natural bay wipes.  While the cost for your first batch of wipes may seem steep because you need to buy a couple of special ingredients, each batch only uses a small amount of these ingredients, so in the long run they should actually cost less than store-bought wipes, and you get the peace of mind that comes with knowing you're being as gentles as possible to that adorable little bum!  [how to make DIY, all-natural baby wipes]

Project estimate:

  • Paper towels, $1
  • Large container, on hand or $1
  • Distilled water, on hand or $1
  • Witch hazel, about $10
  • Liquid castile baby soap, about $10

Total:  about $21

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One Comment »

  • Serena said:

    I don’t have a baby, but I do use baby wipes, mostly while I’m crafting, so this DIY recipe will definitely work. Thanks for sharing the post!

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