- Bio-degradable wipes made from wood pulp which is a sustainable resource
- Wipes are not chlorine bleached
- Degradable packaging that will degrade in a landfill site more quickly than regular baby wipe packaging
- Formula is not tested on animals
- Formula has a balanced pH
- Dermatologically and hypoallergenic approved
A H: a few months ago
I like that these wipes are natural but I don't like the smell. I took them out of the packaging and put them in an old wipe box so I've had no problems with the closing tab. They do stick together so it's hard to easily get one at a time and they are a bit more dry than non natural wipes
Nida: a few months ago
I'm sorry but I hate this product. Firstly the packaging is not well made because the closure is just a sticker instead of a plastic clicking mechanism, so over time as you pull Wipes, the area gets wet and the tab loses stickiness. The Wipes are too dry, and they smell like soap even though I got unscented. I only like that they're natural but there's better options out there! Like attitude or aleva
Albert: about a year ago
Cleans well, but very wet, which means the wipes stick together coming out of the pack--a problem common to seemingly all baby wipes, but this one is particularly bad. The opening is also smaller than others, so it can be hard to fish out the wipes. Still, we like the minimal ingredient list.
Heza: about a year ago
These wipes are gentle for baby but still strong enough to get the job done. Non irritating to my little sensitive skin. Only downfall is sometimes it is hard to pull out one wipe at a time. Wish there was a hard plastic top rather than a sticker closure. Still only wipes I buy.
JinYYC: more than a year ago
I also tried the "herbal" scented one but purchased this as a backup in case that was too heavily fragranced - which it wasn't. The texture and thickness is ideal, but I'm just not a fan of the dispensing method. The opening is rather small and the adhesive flap to cover it loses its stickiness if it gets wet from the wipe, if baby grabs at it, etc.