GAIA Natural Baby Plant-Based Water Wipes 80pk

14 Reviews
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86% of 14 reviewers recommend this product, with an average user rating of 4.5/5 stars

The GAIA Plant-Based Water Wipes are biodegradable, compostable and formulated with 99.4% pure water and with as few ingredients as possible for the mild and gentle cleansing of delicate, newborn skin and sensitive skin. Gentle on baby, gentle on  our planet.

  • Made from 99.5% Natural content – as gentle as cotton wool and water
  • 99.4% Water for the most sensitive skin
  • Fragrance Free
  • Made from plant-based, natural, biodegradable & compostable PEFC certified plastic-free cloth
  • Free from: soap & sulphates, alcohol, parabens, synthetic colours and fragrances
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Paediatrician Approved
  • pH Balanced
  • Ideal for newborns
10 Trial Team Reviews

Made from 99.5% natural content, GAIA Plant-based Water Wipes are super-gentle on bub’s skin and it’s for this very reason our trial team members fell in love with these wipes… and they fell hard.

Every single member reported having a good experience using the wipes with 90% of members saying GAIA Plant-based Water Wipes performed as expected.

Interestingly, 80% of parents reviewing the wipes were unaware that unless baby wipes state they are biodegradable, that they are made from plastic.

With this in mind, 90% of our trial team say they would choose a brand based on their environmentally conscious initiatives.

These wipes will gently cleanse newborn or sensitive skin and you can rest- assured knowing they are also gentle on the planet.

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86% of 14 reviewers

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with an average user

4.5/5 stars

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