Why Disposable wipes are a thing of the past
Reusable face wipes and makeup removers have been in the spotlight over the last few years, and if you're one of the thousands of women to use them you'll know why. They are more versatile, cheaper and better for the environment than disposables. Plus, if you've ever used one on your face you'll appreciate how soft they can be against even the most sensitive of skins.
Disposable wipes are not biodegradable, meaning when they end up in the ocean they can be really harmful to sea life, or they will just be another thing contributing to landfill. But, beyond the environmental aspect, they really are a game-changer when it comes to nappy-changes and face wipes.
So why are they so popular?
Versatile - At our house, we have a few baskets of wipes around the house. We use these for nappy changes, face wipes, meal clean-up and even bath-time. These little cloth squares are silky, thorough and easy to rinse.
Soft and natural - There are a few brands of wipes on the market right now, but one thing they do have in common is that they are all made from natural fibres, like bamboo, cotton and hemp. As a result, the wipes are gentle, durable and easy to wash. Plus, depending on your end-use, you can choose a fibre to suit. At Cloth Tots we stock Bamboo Velour wipes, highly recommended for newborn and sensitive bottoms, add some essential oil blend for a wonderfully scented winning combo.
Hassle-free - Cloth wipes truly are super easy, especially when you're al