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Earth's Best baby wipes

Moist chlorine-free baby wipes

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  • Dec 31, 2009
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I am one who judges a book by it cover, and when the cover has "Earth" or "Green" it will always snag a low rating, due to the fact that Green 99.9% of the time means it doesn't work. 

Now to the product itself.Chlorine free? What is keeping the bacteria undercontrol? Babies, even for the most astute parent, gets diper rashand that opens a small child up to a serious skin infection.  are they using a citrus dreivitive? hmmm lemon juice on a paper cut, youch!

I would cast a few questions out to everyone who seems to not remember their childhood. I am not remembering anyone recalling the torture of getting your backside wiped with the old style Wetones. Nor have I seen anyones backside being deformed because of the use of the previous old style product. I will stick with what actually works while the greenies uses twice as many wipes.

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January 10, 2010
I just had to ask Bryan, did you actually try these? I don't think you can rate something a -5 without first trying it. Although I do understand your concern with 'green' products not working or even worse, greenwashing - like the Huggies Pure and Natural (that I haven't tried either). 
You see, my daughter's skin is so sensitive, using chemicals on her is what got her diaper rash in the first place. It got better the more natural we went, and disappeared when we switched to cloth diapers. You know they don't actually add chlorine to conventional baby wipes? It is just a byproduct of bleaching the material used. As far as I know, bathing children prevents infection quite well. ;)

As for green products not working, for me it is the opposite, 99.9% of the time they work better than conventional chemical products :) Did you have any particular bad experience with 'green' products?
January 10, 2010
Well understand kids have sensitive skin all babies have sensitive skin that goes with out saying. you have sensitive we all had sensitive skin when we were babies.
January 10, 2010
Yes, babies' skin is obviously more sensitive than adults'. But all babies are different. For example, my little nephew never had diaper rash with disposable plastic diapers. My daughter on the other hand had diaper rash the entire 6 months of us using disposables. After trying about 5 different creams, Burt's Bees Baby Bee worked the best, but still it would not go away completely. Not all babies are the same :)
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review by . March 11, 2009
posted in Eco-Babyz
At first I thought other reviews of these baby wipes over-rated the product until I got to try these with our baby. They are so soft! The wipes from the hospital that say 'cloth like texture' on the package are almost like sandpaper compared to these. They also rated the least toxic on the Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database. Gentle enough to use on the face, never mind the bum. They cost a little more than the average wipes, but well worth it.    These wipes don't smell like …
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Earth's Best Baby Wipes state they are:
  • -Never treated with chlorine bleach
  • -Natural aloe vera and vitamin E formula
  • -Soft cloth-like texture
  • -Gentle enough for hands and face
  • -Hypoallergenic
  • -Unscented
  • -Alcohol Free
  • -Chlorine Free
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