Aqua Wipes: the vegan friendly, plastic-free, biodegradable wet wipes

2 February, 21

Baby wipes are in abundance, but, if you’ve got a child with eczema, you need to choose a product that won’t further aggravate their super sensitive skin.

Certain chemicals and materials irritate delicate, eczema-prone skin, so it’s important to check that your wipes don’t contain any nasties.

Trigger ingredients to watch out for are parabens – preservatives that have been associated with allergic reactions and rashes – plus alcohol, parfums, chlorine and SLS & SLES.

More than just a baby wipe, Aqua Wipes are free from any chemicals and preservatives. They contain 99.6% Purified Water and include Organic Aloe Vera and a mild coconut derived cleansing agent. They are natural, caring and suitable for delicate newborn and eczema-prone skin.

Aqua Wipes were created specifically to be kind to eczema-prone skin after research found that many high street brands contained up to 15 different chemicals combined with perfumes. Plus, the vast majority are made using plastic-based materials that will take over 100 years to biodegrade – during which time, they will have massively contributed to our increasing climate crisis. Made from a sustainable material, Aqua Wipes are plastic free, 100% biodegradable and take just 15-days to biodegrade.

They are used by special care baby units, neonatal and maternity departments across the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) and registered with the Vegan Society.

Offering parents an environmentally friendly alternative to normal wipes, Aqua Wipes are not only better for the environment, they are specifically created for a newborn baby’s delicate skin.

Aqua Wipes have been recognised with many highly regarded accolades, winning coveted awards including: Mother & Baby, Loved By Parents and Made for Mums.

They are available in national retailers including Boots, Superdrug, Ocado, Lloyds Pharmacy and Amazon.

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