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Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes: Review


January 15, 2019 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Mother & Baby Care


Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes: Review | Baby & Beyond

Who says wipes are just for babies! With a toddler around, you know things are bound to get messy, both indoors as well as outdoors, and that’s where wipes come handy.

Though I admit that I had always been wary of using wipes for his hands and face because of the presence of alcohol, chemicals and artificial fragrances in most wipes available on the market. Recently Mother Sparsh sent across their #NewLaunch: 99% pure water wipes, made with medical-grade plant fabric.

Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes: Review | Baby & Beyond
Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes: Review

In my previous post I had written about my experience as a first time mom when my baby was suffering from painful diaper rashes. My paediatrician advised me to avoid baby wipes as they were made from polyester and petrochemical-derived fabrics which were harmful for my baby’s sensitive skin. So when I heard about Mother Sparsh’s newly launched wipes which are made from plant-derived fabric and contain 99% pure water, I was eager to try them out.

I have been using them for a couple of weeks now and this is what I like about them:

Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes: Review | Baby & Beyond
Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes: Review

Made out of medical grade plant-based fabric: As I mentioned, I would usually avoid wipes and prefer a cotton cloth dipped in water, and this was the case even while changing diapers for Baby N. The reason being that most baby wipes in the market contain polyester which can irritate a baby’s delicate skin. However, I admit that while traveling or playing outdoors, using wipes is definitely more convenient. So the next best thing to cotton (a plant based material) is a plant fabric based wipe. Mother Sparsh wipes are made from medical grade fabric which can be used on sensitive skin as well. The fabric itself is thicker than most other wipes I have come across.

Unscented baby wipes: The other irritant in most wipes is the artificial fragrance. Though it may leave a pleasant lingering smell, the chemical fragrance can irritate a baby’s skin. Mother Sparsh wipes are unscented #UnscentedWaterWipes

99% pure water wipes: The brand claims that the wipe solution is 99% pure water. Mother Sparsh wipes are free from parabens, alcohol and sulphates…all the harsh chemicals I would like to keep away from my child. In fact this property makes Mother Sparsh wipes suitable for newborns and neonates too.

Dermatologically tested wipes for babies: Mother Sparsh water wipes are dermatologically tested hypoallergenic which means they are safe even for sensitive skin including face and hands #SensitiveBabyWipes  

Packaging: One common complaint with most wipes is that the seal does not stay stuck on with repeated usage and the wipes dry up as a result. Mother Sparsh wipes package comes with a plastic lid in addition to a resealable sticker. The double sealing mechanism ensures that moisture stays locked in and the wipes stay clean and moist for longer.

Biodegradable baby wipes: Did you know that wet wipes are the 3rd largest consumer item in landfills and represent 30% of non-biodegradable waste? Well, no more guilt about using disposable baby wipes and polluting the environment as Mother Sparsh baby wipes are made from fabric, hence they are completely biodegradable, making them an environmentally friendly choice as well.

Price & Availability: The new Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes is economically priced and available on Amazon for INR 299 for a pack of 72 wipes.

Final Verdict: On the whole, I would definitely recommend Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes to every new mom.

New Launch: Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes | Baby & Beyond
New Launch: Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes

Have you tried the newly launched Mother Sparsh 99% Pure Water Wipes yet? Do share your experience in the comments below.


Disclaimer: This post has been sponsored by Mother Sparsh but the views expressed here are my own.

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