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Our original baby wipe. Suitable for sensitive, newborn and premature baby’s skin, WaterWipes are recommended by midwives* for nappy rash or skin allergies. We’re recommended by 97% of midwives*, for use on newborn baby’s skin, and as a suitable alternative to cotton wool and water.

We are the only baby wipe approved by Allergy UK and the French Association for the Prevention of Allergies as well as to get the National Eczema Association of America’s seal of acceptance.

Every wipe uses purified, filtered and softened Irish water.

* Source: Spark research study on 102 Midwives, October – November 2014

The name is
the ingredient

Being the purest wipes in the world we believe the ingredients should be as mild and pure as cotton wool and water to maintain the skin barrier function while doing the job of a wipe.

*Contains trace of Benzalkonium Chloride.

Benefits of

Purest wipes
in the world

Suitable for newborns and premature babies delicate and sensitive skin

The only baby wipe to be approved by Allergy UK

99.9% water and a drop of fruit extract

Suitable alternative to cotton wool and water


Nappy Rash

Nappy rash is one of the most prominent contact dermatitis which is categorized by a red and sore rash. More than 50% of children are affected at least once.

Alcohol and
fragrance free

WaterWipes are alcohol and fragrance free which reduces the risk of developing dry skin and even contact or allergic dermatitis.

Can be used on
Premature Babies

The wipes are safe to use even for babies with sensitive skin, and also on premature babies.

WaterWipes Here

If you have any questions, please go through FAQs page.

our environmental pledge

Please dispose of WaterWipes responsibly. Wipes should never be flushed.

The science behind a biodegradable wipe is complex. Wipes made from natural fibres like bamboo or cotton mostly need to be treated with chemicals in order to stay bacteria free.

Working out how to produce a biodegradable wipe without adding chemicals is the number one priority for our business. We’re already testing different materials and have set ourselves a deadline of 2025, but expect to crack the science long before then.

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