Aloe Wet Wipes
Sensitive Wipes - 56ct
Aloe Wet Wipes
Sensitive Wipes - 56ct
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About the Product
  • Independent certification Ab Vincotte.

  • 98,5% water

  • 100% renewable plant based material

  • 100% compostable

  • 100% natural ingredients lotion

  • 100% GM-Free

  • No animal testing

  • Contains organic chamomilla extract

  • Dermatologically tested

  • Totally Chlorine Free (TCF) and Perfume free (except for Lightly Scented wipes which has a certified light scent of freshness)

  • Enriched with soothing Chamomile and Aloe Extract

  • Helps prevent the causes of nappy rash

Product Description

A baby’s skin is delicate, what's goes on your baby's skin goes into your babies body. Eco by Naty wipes are made by natural and renewable material with 98,5% pure water. Aloe Wipes are designed for children with particularly sensitive skin. Every wipe is enriched with soothing and moistening Aloe Vera, which calms irritation in a natural, chemical-free way. As all Naty wipes, they are free from fragrance and harmful chemicals, their natural power soothes even the most sensitive baby bottom have been carefully designed to be gentle on the babies’ sensitive skin. Because they are hypoallergenic, they don’t irritate the skin and are safe for use on sensitive skin.

Independent certification

Our wipes line is certified by Vincotte. Vincotte is an independent, internationally regarded guarantee for the renewability of raw materials. It is also one of the few certification bodies in the world that applies both European and North American standards. Eco by Naty is also the first brand globally to be independently certified for the renewability of its products in accordance with ASTM D6866. ASTM is a non-profit that provides a forum for developing and publishing international consensus standards for materials, products, systems and services. The volunteer members represent producers, users, consumers, government, and academia from more than 140 countries