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For those of you who have been reading my blog, yesterday’s post revolved around the toxin phenoxyethanol in baby wipes. That got me to thinking as to why I wasn’t making my own wipes? I make my own cleaning products, I use cloth diapers, why not convert over to making my own wipes? I began to research and found that it isn’t so difficult. You can do this by simply using paper towels or cloth wipes and creating your own wiping solution in a spray bottle. For going out, place a few wipes in a plastic bag and add some solution. Use as you would normally use wipes, then place the dirty ones in the dirty plastic bag you use for your cloth diapers. It is that easy. Why didn’t I do this before?

Here are some great recipe options I found at www.naturalbirthandbabycare.com:

Baby Wash Recipe #1

  • 2 TBSP Baby Wash (choose a natural wash!)
  • 2 TBSP Olive Oil
  • 2 Cups waterMix well in a spray bottle or your wipes box. Spritz on wipe before using if in spray bottle. Swish solution around over wipes if using a wipes box.

Baby Wash Recipe #2

  • 2 TBSP Baby Wash
  • 2 TBSP Olive Oil or 1 TBSP Calendula Oil
  • 2 Drops Tea Tree Oil
  • 2 Cups WaterMix well in a spray bottle or your wipes box. Spritz on wipe before using if in spray bottle. Swish solution around over wipes if using a wipes box. Tea Tree Oil has lovely disinfectant properties along with its wonderful, clean smell.

Aloe Vera Recipe

  • 1/4 Cup Aloe Vera Gel
  • 2 Drops Tea Tree Oil
  • 2 Cups Hot WaterStir or shake until this recipe is well mixed. Don’t use until the mixture cools. Spritz on wipe before using if in spray bottle. Swish solution around over wipes if using a wipes box.

Vitamin E and Essential Oils Recipe

  • 2 Drops Tea Tree Oil
  • 2 Drops Lavender Oil (Please be sure to use only pure essential oils -don’t use synthetic oils.)
  • 2 Drops Chamomile Oil
  • 2 Cups Water
  • 1 Vitamin E CapCut open vitamin E caplet and squeeze into the water, and add essential oil drops. Mix well in a spray bottle or your wipes box. Spritz on wipe before using if in spray bottle. Swish solution around over wipes if using a wipes box.

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