Environmentally Friendly Baby Wipes
Natural baby wipes – protecting the planet and your baby's future
Just think about every disposable baby wipe you throw away. In 2007 almost 21.3 million tones of waste ended up in landfill in England so this is a perfect chance to do your bit to protect the environment for your children.
If you’re already doing your bit by recycling your newspapers, glass and tins – then using Cheeky natural baby wipes is just as easy. No more disposable baby wipes sitting around in landfills until your baby has grandchildren of their own!
The future of our planet is literally in our hands.
Cloth Baby Wipes – a more gentle way to clean bottoms
Cheeky cloth baby wipes are an eco-friendly, green and natural way to clean your baby’s bottom! Our lovely natural washable cloth baby wipes use just water and 0.16% (or 4 drops!) safe essential oils, which are biodegradable and smell great too!Cheeky Baby Wipes don’t create mountains of washing either as you can just pop them in with a normal load. Even better, they don’t need to be dried every time, so no tumble drying makes another environmental bonus!
Natural Baby WipesUsing Cheeky baby wipes does your bit for the environment – a green, natural, and affordable wipes option!
You can take back control of your planet with a few simple steps and some hassle free Cheeky Baby Wipes.
"Landfill is a load of rubbish and you know it! Try Cheeky Wipes instead and bin disposable wipes for good!"
Friday, 16 June 2017 | Kerryann
I just love these towels. They are so comfy. I have endometriosis so need to wear them everyday. Disposable towels were literally making me miserable, so uncomfortable and itchy. But these are a game changer. Also I have fibromyalgia and am very sensitive to things on my body. So I can't thank you enough. I have various sizes. I hand wash them and they come up like new. ( cold water mind!)
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 | Caitlin
I thought the normal wipes were soft but these are something else! Using on newborn skin without the oils and a million times easier than cotton wool.
Thursday, 4 May 2017 | Debbie
This is a handy little kit for weaning, especially if you're following baby-led approaches or if little one is a fan of finger foods. Microfibres are the perfect all round cloth for this, pick up the dirt - no matter how sticky - yet they're soft and gentle on baby's skin. The number of wipes I'm saving from landfil is just an added bonus!
Thursday, 4 May 2017 | Julie
I found these to be a saviour in the weeks after having a baby. They were so much more comfortable than disposable pads and helped give me some much needed comfort. Would definitely recommend to other mums
Tuesday, 2 May 2017 | Gillian
I'm a forty something woman now , imagine the money and bit of the planet I could have saved if I had discovered cloth sanitary pads as a teenager ?! ( ok cheekywipes weren't invented then ).not to mention the Thrush angle - I've not had thrush ( a regular monthly visitor ) since I switched to cloth towels - makes sense when you think about it your pants don't give you thrush do they ? I've gone for the charcoal ones this time just because my old ones , I've had them for years now , are looking a bit grey - well I would have chucked my old greying pants by now ! They are still perfectly functional but this time if they start off grey then I won't have to think about it .
Sunday, 16 April 2017 | Jazz
Absolutely love cheeky wipes, can't believe I waited so long to take the plunge into reuseable wipes. Would highly recommend. Have since purchased extra boxes to use with my newborn and 1year old so we can have a set upstairs and down!
Friday, 14 April 2017 | Lisa
This has been amazing for me. I use it at night and the absorbency is amazing. Very very limited clean ups needed in terms of bedding etc on waking now. I'm surprised at how much less these smell than the chemical disposable pads, everything smells fresher. And this is amazingly comfortable, feels just like wearing underwear - no bulk or discomfort.
Friday, 14 April 2017 | Ross
Debated buying cheeky wipes for a while after chatting to friends who use them.
Sunday, 9 April 2017 | Rachel
I was a bit dubious, but felt bad about the amount of nappies and wipes in our bin.
Wednesday, 5 April 2017 | Susan
I debated cloth sanitary towels for a long while before buying a starter set. I have particularly heavy periods and always use two night towels at a time, on my worst days I can still go through these in 2-3 hours. I really didn't expect these to be good enough to cope but having used cloth nappies and wipes with 4 children I wasn't too bothered about the cleaning side of trying them and hoped there had to be a better way than I was using currently. They arrived, conveniently on day 1 of my cycle and I decided there was no time like the present and they coped wonderfully but it was day 1 so I wondered if it was just luck, it wasn't. With one towel at a time I went longer between changes and was more comfortable. On day 3 I needed to go at short notice to stay with family and decided this wasnt the time to carry on the experiment and went back to the disposables. If I hadn't been sure before that these are right for me I was after that, they still leaked and still needed doubling up and were less comfortable than ever. As for cleaning the cloth towels I went with rinsing where I could but when out and about it wasn't an option, rinsing was a lot less gruesome than I'd expected and even the ones I didn't rinse came up perfectly white with a 30 degree wash using bold liquitabs and a small scoop of vanish. I'm going to try without the vanish next time but they currently look unused!