This Is Why You Should NEVER Clean Your Child’s Face With Baby Wipes!
These days, parents are using various products for their baby considering them the safest. Nowadays the most used product for babies are baby wipes. In winters, instead of cleaning them with water, they clean their baby’s hands or face with baby wipes. Now the questionarises is, the widely used product baby wipes are safe or not? The commercial ads try to convince all that they are completely safe, but according to latest research they are not 100% safe. Doctors are warning parents to not use baby wipes because they contain a "chemical" called methylisothiazolinone.
Many Parents Are Unaware that Baby Wipes are Not Safe
Babies’ skin is sensitive and parents should always choose natural products instead of any product having harmful chemicals. One baby girl’s mother had been cleaning baby with baby wipes and got rashes. Dr. Chang linked the rash to a chemical preservative in the baby wipes known as methylisothiazolinone. He found similar reactions in many other children. In all those cases, the babies were allergic to the chemical preservative. Methylisothiazolinone was found in many common brands including Johnson & Johnson, Cottonelle, and Huggies.
So What Exactly is in Baby Wipes?
Sadly Most Common Used Brands Like Johnson & Johnson, Cottonelle And Huggies, Contain The Ingredient Methylisothiazolinone. Instead Of Using Them You Should Find A Natural Way.
Did You Know That Fragrance in Wipes Also Harmful?
Most of the baby wipes also contain fragrance, which is used to conceal ingredients they wish to hide. Did you know that fragrance is made of coal and petroleum-derived synthetic chemicals? Are you aware that fragrance cause skin rashes? Proof also shows that exposure to fragrance as a child may lead to asthma.
So Learn Natural Alternative To Baby Wipes
Ingredients 1 roll of heavy duty paper towels Rubbermaid #6 or #8 container 1 3/4 cups of boiled water, cooled but warm 1 tablespoon of pure aloe vera 1 tablespoon of pure witch hazel extract 1 teaspoon of liquid castille soap 10 drops of grapefruit seed extract 1 teaspoon of olive oil or almond oil Essential oils optional, if your child has extremely sensitive skin, leave them out!
First Cut the roll of paper towels in half Accordion fold the wipes into the container In a bowl, mix the water, aloe, witch hazel, castille soap, grapefruit extract and oil Stir, add essential oils if desired Pour over paper towels in container and let absorb for about 5-10 minutes Flip the container over to make sure wipes are soaked Use as regular wipes!
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