Both of my kids still use wipes for the bathroom I just find them easier and cleaner for them to use. Also wipes still really handy for everyday use.
Jackson Reece is husband and wife duo Colin and Janet set the company making wipes from the kitchen table up after finding nothing on the market that could help their baby who had severe eczema. The company has grown steadily selling in supermarkets and has recently launched their wipes with BOOTS marking an important 'step up' for the business.
The are not only all natural (down to the highly filtered water used in production) but were the first baby wipes to be 100% degradable (they are compostable and made from chlorine free cloth), are suitable for vegans and are manufactured in the UK.
We received a pack of the unscented wipes and herbal wipes to test out. The wipes themselves are pretty thick and of a good size there is nothing worse than a thin tiny wipe. I love how these wipes are eco friendly, it's something lately I have been looking at and trying to be a more eco friendly home. I love how they are all natural and great for faces and bums! More than 99% naturally derived ingredients from renewable vegetable or plant extracts. There isn't really a scent with both packs of the wipes, I couldn't tell the unscented and the herbal wipes apart. The wipes contain no nasty chemicals, alcohol or parabens. 100% unscented, fragrance and perfume free.
Also in the range is saline nose nuzzles (just clear kids noses like magic with no soreness!) and the 'mucky mitts' natural hand sanitiser.
RRP £2.00 per pack.