Little Green Reusable Cotton Baby Wipes - Pack of 5 - Animal Print
Little Green Reusable Cotton Baby Wipes - Pack of 5 - Animal Print
Little Green Reusable Cotton Baby Wipes - Pack of 5 - Animal Print
Little Green Reusable Cotton Baby Wipes - Pack of 5 - Animal Print
Little Green Reusable Cotton Baby Wipes - Pack of 5 - Animal Print

Little Green Reusable Cotton Baby Wipes - Pack of 5 - Animal Print

Regular price£14.00
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These cute and colourful baby wipes are designed to be washed and reused as an eco friendly alternative to disposable baby wipes and cotton wool. Each wipe features jungle animals printed cotton on one side, and an ultra soft, organic cotton fleece on the other which is gentle and smooth. Just wet the cloth or your baby's skin and use it for wiping messy faces or for cleaning up during a nappy change. Once used, pop into a washbag and throw in the washing machine.

Made entirely by hand in North Yorkshire, so each wipe may vary slightly in size and shape.

Pack contains five wipes measuring around 13cm square.


About the Brand
When Cat, the founder of Little Green Wood, got into her 30's she finally realised her frustrations in life with work, stress, finances, health issues and every day wastefulness wasn't good for her mental or physical wellbeing and it was time for a dramatic life change.

After a lot of searching for ways to improve her lifestyle and attitude towards everyday life stresses, the idea for Little Green Wood was born. The ideas and designs are a combination of Cat's passions, her continuing strive for a healthy lifestyle whilst being kind to the planet, and her ethos that making small adjustments to everyday habits, over time can help to create a healthier you and in turn a healthier world.

Just as the brand's reusable products are designed to reduce waste, Cat runs the business in the same way. All fabric offcuts are repurposed into other products or gifts, such as teddy bears, cushions and even yoga bolsters!

​All materials are sourced as locally as possible (the majority just a few miles away!) and from small independents or community organisations.

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