DIY - Baby Wipes I might try this... especially since wipes are so expensive. Supplies: Round plastic container with a tight-fitting lid, Thick, strong roll of white paper towels (we prefer Viva brand), Sharp, serrated knife to cut paper towel roll in half, 2 cups water that has been boiled and cooled to room temperature, 2 Tbsp. baby shampoo or baby wash, 1 Tbsp. baby oil Babies, Homemade Baby, Homemade Wipes, Diy Baby, Clothing Wipes, Baby Wipes, Baby Shampoo, Oil, Paper Towels
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Homemade Baby Wipes. My aunt makes these and says they are amazing. I found out there are HORRIBLE chemicals in regular wipes that can make diaper rash worse. Also, using coconut oil instead of rash creams can work wonders. Not to mention this is WAY cheaper!
Made these today, and so far I love them! They came out to less than $1 for half a roll. (HINT: Use Cetaphil instead of baby soap - use the rest as face wash for yourself. Use Viva paper towels instead of Bounty - they are MUCH softer!)
Homemade baby wipes - I did cloth baby wash clothes in the warmer as baby wipes with both my boys but with plain water. Easier than cloth diapers and I still feel a little bit more eco friendly. The solution with tea tree and olive oil is a great idea too.