100% biodegradable, infused with 99% purified water and a teeny-weeny splash of natural anti-bacterial ingredients.
Silky soft and gentle, use from head to toe!
Unlike a tree that grows for 30 years, bamboo can be harvested every year. It is a self-renewing plant that does not need to be replanted. Opting for bamboo-based products means working to conserve and minimize our impact on our environment. Let's reduce our plastic waste and leave a healthy planet for the next generation!
Price for one pack of 64 baby wipes.
* 100% recyclable and biodegradable packaging
* Product is 100% vegan
* Certified 100% FSC paper:
* Part of every purchase goes to protect plant and animals in endangered rainforests through The Worldland Trust
* Bamboo is naturally hypoallergenic and contains fewer dust particles, which reduces irritation for people who suffer with sensitive skin.
The Forest Stewardship Council is an international non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting sustainable forest management. The aim of this environmental seal is to ensure that the production of wood or wood-based products complies with sustainable forest management procedures and the highest environmental and social standards. This means that when you buy an FSC certified product, you're buying wood from a forest managed in a way that respects our environment and doesn't participate in deforestation.
But why is this so important? Forest ecosystems are home to 80% of the Earth's biodiversity and perform functions that are crucial to the survival of our planet and man. Nearly one in six people in the world depend directly or indirectly on forests to live and survive. However, strain on the forest environment remains high.
The net loss of natural forests amounted to about 6.5 million hectares per year between 2010 and 2015, or about 17 football fields per minute (FAO). Deforestation is also responsible for about 15% of CO₂ emissions and thus also plays a role in climate change.
By purchasing an FSC-certified product, you contribute directly to the protection of our forests and the preservation of a healthy environment for the world's fauna and flora.