This post was sponsored by WaterWipes as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. #WaterWipesWalgreens
It’s no secret that I love WaterWipes.
As Moms, we want the best for our little ones, but when you get to the store, you are overwhelmed with tons of choices. Luckily for us, I learned about WaterWipes when Bryce was quite young and have stuck with this brand since.
Why do I like it? WaterWipes is a chemical free baby wipe that contains only two ingredients: 99.9% pure Irish water and 0.1% grapefruit seed extract. It’s incredibly durable and effective for diaper changes, cleaning messy faces/fingers and beyond…all without chemicals that you may find in other baby wipes. (Click here to read my previous experiences with WaterWipes!)
And now that Bryce is entering toddlerhood as a 17 month old, I am slowly trying to pare down his diaper bag so I can travel a bit lighter. No more need for bottles, pacifiers or tons of extra clothes. When we are doing errands around the house, I often reach for my diaper clutch that has some diapers, a built-in changing pad, a few sample size/travel size ointments just in case and of course- a good stash of WaterWipes. We’ve used them on numerous occasions- for diaper changes to messy faces to even wiping down the car, my hands or a bit of applesauce off my shirt :-) I’m telling you- they are great in a ton of situations. And knowing that they are natural and have no chemicals means I can use them just about anywhere!
When the brand first launched in the US, it wasn’t all that widely available but now it’s popping up everywhere, including Walgreens! That makes it even easier since I feel like there is one on every corner. It’s nice knowing I can reach for my go-to natural WaterWipes if I am running low.
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Have you tried WaterWipes? How do you use them? How do you pare down your diaper bag with a toddler?