Natural Baby Wipes Recipe

So in an effort to save a little money as well as protect my baby’s precious little toosh from harsh chemicals I delved into research using a quick google search. This is what I found:

For a quick and natural way to soothe baby’s bottom and wash away messies use the following:

2 Tbsp. of Natural Baby Wash (I.E. Burt’s Bee’s).
2 Tbsp. of E.V.O.O. for moisture
2 Cups of water.

Very easy. Simply pour mixture into a spray bottle and spray cloth or paper towel (soft) and use immediately or mix the solution right into a wipes container. When using the container just swish it around in the container before use.

I plan to use this for my precious baby girl. Simple, cost effective, and no nonsense chemicals that I have no idea what they are. And it’s “green.”

Natural mother signing off.


2 thoughts on “Natural Baby Wipes Recipe

  1. Hi Kelli~
    just saw your cute blog on fb. fun to see your sweet girls and read your mama’s heart…
    We have always loved this wipe recipe, as I think they are so much gentler and better at wiping than the normal wipes.
    When we started using cloth dipes when Martha was a baby, I made a variation on it that I’ve loved… instead of using baby wash, I now just use a few drops of lavender or tea tree oil. They both have antibacterial properties to help with the cleaning, plus the smell is wonderful! I think it ends up saving money too…

    thanks for sharing your lives… i’m excited to read your blog more! 🙂

    • Hey Sara-Beth,

      I’m so glad you can enjoy our family thoughts! I always love reading and catching up on your family and I thought it would be nice for others to see into our lives a little too. Not to mention writing is a good outlet. 🙂 Just out of curiosity, what do you use for the actual wipes? I tried paper towels but they got sort of mushy in the wipes box. Perhaps just using a spray bottle is easier?

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