ORGANIC WIPES SOOTHE DELICATE SKINS

May 15: Imported from the UK, multiple award-winning Jackson Reece Herbal Wipes offer parents a natural, healthier alternative.

Jackson Reece’s unique organic/herbal formula soothes and protects against common skin irritations such as nappy rash and eczema, and contains none of the harsh ingredients that can potentially damage delicate skin. (We believe that delicate newborn skin should not be exposed to any new products until babies are one month old.)

Jackson Reece wipes are available in family packs (72 wipes) and also in travel packs (10 flushable wipes) from Absolute Organix.

Features of Jackson Reece wipes:

•  Contains certified Organic Aloe Vera, naturally hydrating, healing & cooling
•  Contains certified Organic Tea Tree Oil, naturally antibacterial
•  Contains Certified Organic Lavender Essential Oil, soothing and calming
•  Compostable wipes which will degrade in twelve weeks in aerobic conditions
•  Cloth is made from nature and will degrade by nature
•  Our cloth is not chlorine bleached
•  Contains High Purity Water
•  Degradable packaging that will degrade in a landfill site more quickly than regular baby wipe packaging
•  Formula uses renewable natural plant resources derived from a unique vegetable-based preservative system which is suitable for vegans.
•  Wipes are suitable for sensitive skins
•  Wipes are really moist
•  Formula is not tested on animals
•  Formula has a balanced pH
•  Dermatologically and hypoallergenic approved
•  We have disclosed the function and use of each ingredient on our packets so that parents can easily understand our formula. This is our open and honest approach to better care for babies & the environment
•  A refreshing scent
•  Does not leave hands sticky

Jackson Reece wipes do not contain any of the following:

•  Alcohol
•  Parabens
•  SodiumLauryl Sulfate (SLS)
•  Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES)
•  Lanolin
•  Phthalates
•  (MIT) Methylisothiazolinone
•  Triclosan
•  Propylene glycol
•  Petro Chemicals
•  Benzoates
•  Phenoxyethanol