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Waterwipes Soapberry - 60 Count
Wipes, with Soapberry Extract
6.4 x 7.3 in (16.2 x 18.5 cm). 99.9% water with a drop of fruit and soapberry extract. Soapberry to naturally cleanse. Raised texture. The world's purest baby wipes. Being a father to 3 daughters, I know there comes an age when your baby starts to explore and figure things out with their hands and mouth, and life gets a little bit messier as a result. With that in mind, we've combined all the benefits of our newborn WaterWipes with soapberry extract. Known for their skin conditioning properties, soapberries have been used by people across Europe and Asia for centuries. The addition of this gentle ingredient makes these wipes perfect, not just for diaper changes but for cleaning everything including food-covered hands and faces. Every day, parents around the world are discovering the benefits of our gentle and safe WaterWipes for their baby's skin, I hope you like them too. -Eduard W. Clarke, WaterWipes Creator. Accepted: National Eczema Association - nationaleczema.org. Ph: +353 41 987
Water (Aqua) 99.9% Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit Seed Extract (Contains Trace of Benzalkonium Chloride), Sapindus Trifoliatus (Soapberry) Fruit Extract.
Warning Contains: To avoid danger of choking or suffocation keep packaging and wipes out of reach of children.
Directions Guidelines For Use: WaterWipes are a fresh, pure product. We recommend you store your wipes upside down until opening and open one pack at time. Use within 4 weeks of opening and reseal the label after every use; never cut open the individual pack of transfer wipes to another container as the integrity of the product will be compromised and may cause discolouration; because we don't use chemicals to bind the liquid to the wipes, the WaterWipes water can sometimes migrate to the bottom of the pack, making the top wipes feel a little dry. Simply turn the pack over and squeeze a few times to redistribute the water.; find out more at www.waterwipes.com/US/faq. Do not flush. Store in a cool dry place. Best used before the end of: See printed Exp.
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