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Have you taken a closer look at what’s in the baby wipes you use?
Let's think for a moment, parents make an average of 3,000 diaper changes in baby’s first year alone. One wipe for wet, two or three wipes for soiled bottoms, that’s about 20 baby wipes per day, over 140 per week, nearly 600 per month. but it doesn't end there, does it? As your infant turns into a toddler, you'll keep using those wipes to clean little hands and faces.! That's a LOT of wipes!
A more common problem, however, is the combination of sodium benzoate and citric acid and/or ascorbic acid (vitamin C). When these ingredients get together, they form benzene, a cancer-causing chemical associated with leukemia and other blood cancers. EEK. And while many companies are changing their wipes, the cheaper versions that you grab and go with haven't!
So how can you make SURE the wipes that touch your precious child are SAFE?
WaterPura is chemical-free with only two ingredients:water and citrus extract. No fragrance or oils that will irritate the skin when wiping off your toddler’s little hands, feet, and face.
And I know exactly what you are going to say- but they must not work as well. Let's look at the wipes first:
Do they look different? No
Do they feel different? Well, maybe a bit softer!
But do they not work as well?
The wipes work JUST as well as the traditional wipes you've been using! We've used them for cleaning up after painting, cleaning up icing mess, and taking off makeup. And in all times, they have worked just as expected, as well as traditional wipes!
So which wipe would you rather use on you darlings?
One soaked in alcholo and chemicals, or one made with just water and citrus?
I know which one we'll pick form now on- WaterPura Wipes!
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