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WaterWipes Giveaway – WIN 6x Months Supply

Skin on skin contact is so important when you have kids. From the first moment you hold them and get in that bonding time, to when you are stroking their precious little face while they sleep. Let’s be honest, even when you are wiping their teeny little bottoms and feeling their delicate skin. It is so soft. And parents want to do whatever they can to protect that.

Every day parents make conscious decisions to use more natural products for the health and comfort of their children. Whether this is teething remedies, breastfeeding, nappies or wet wipes. There is always a safer option that gives parents peace of mind they are doing the best they can.

WaterWipes giveaway below – WIN 6x months supply!

Baby pulling all waterwipes out of packet

WaterWipes – chemical free baby wipes

WaterWipes are the world’s purest baby wipes! They are made in Ireland with just 99.9% purified water and a drop of fruit extract. These pure baby wipes offer all the benefits of cotton wool and cooled boiled water, as recommended by midwives worldwide. They are extra soft, strong and absorbent, with a clean, fresh non-greasy feel and can help prevent nappy rash. They are suitable for sensitive skin and are the only baby wipe to be approved by Allergy UK and Awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance.

SNAPSHOT: Benefits of WaterWipes

When you consider all the benefits of using WaterWipes, it’s no surprise they are so popular among modern parents. Here are just a few of the reasons parents love them so much.

• Suitable from birth
• Safe for sensitive skin
• Made from 99.9% water
• Chemical free baby wipes
• Helps prevent nappy rash
• Non-greasy
• Available from major supermarkets, chemists and online
• Approved by Allergy UK
• Awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance

Box of bulk waterwipes

Available in packs of…

WaterWipes can be purchased in a few different size packs.
• Single – WaterWipes (60 wipes) $7.49
• 4x pack – WaterWipes (240 wipes) $29.99
• 12x pack – WaterWipes box (720 wipes) $89.97
-You will often find them on special in your local supermarket so if the price scares you off, try them when on sale. 

WaterWipes. You’ve heard of them, you’ve seen them in the supermarket. But have you tried them? ENTER the WaterWipes giveaway below for your chance to WIN a 6x month supply valued at $180!!



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Prize includes: 6-month supply WaterWipes (24 packs) valued at $180!

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44 Comments

  1. julie morton
    29/03/2018 / 7:08 am

    sometimes i use cotton wool with water, or a bit of chammomile tea for soothing qualities,as bub has sensitive skin

  2. Bee Bowdlert
    29/03/2018 / 1:34 pm

    I make my own fresh fruit juice jelly “lollies” for the kids. Using fresh juice and gelatine, the only sugar is what come naturally in the juice, the kids have no idea, they’re being conned.

  3. Jody Smith
    29/03/2018 / 1:34 pm

    We rinse bottoms with water

  4. Jody Smith
    29/03/2018 / 1:39 pm

    Frozen grapes as treats rather than bought iceblocks

  5. cleo
    29/03/2018 / 4:03 pm

    Cut up muslins or normal flannels, put in a plastic/tipper ware box, add water and optionally add lavender and or Tea tree oil for added antibacterial properties and a nice smell

  6. Fi Morrison
    29/03/2018 / 4:37 pm

    We’ve been using the Water Wipes since my boy was little due to his mild eczema. We found it was the only wipe/brand we tried that didn’t give him a nappy Rash. Will continue using them for bub #2 as well.

  7. Rebekkah
    29/03/2018 / 11:06 pm

    This would be great for my daughter as she has very sensitive skin

  8. 30/03/2018 / 9:42 am

    As a healthier alternative I use natural cleaning products

  9. Ryan H
    30/03/2018 / 12:59 pm

    A piece of fruity instead of a choc bar

  10. Sarahmary
    31/03/2018 / 12:06 pm

    Home made everything. Love knowing exactly what is in our food

  11. Ern
    31/03/2018 / 4:55 pm

    Replacing every cup of coffee during the day, after the initial ‘mandatory’ morning mug, with herbal tea.

  12. Jeanie
    01/04/2018 / 12:46 am

    We try and swap riding in the car for walking or riding. It’s healthier for us and our environment. Also, we get to admire the beauty so much more out of the car and learning to ride as an adult has resulted in lots of onlookers having a healthy laugh. One day I’ll master balance and braking ☺

    We havest from our backyard veggie patch instead of the stores. It’s hard work at times but we know there are no pesticides. Its also lots of fun to pick cherry tomatoes straight from the plant and stick them in your gop when nobody is looking 😮

    2 cups water, 1/2 vinegar and a few drops of eucalyptus oil makes an excellent natural all purpose cleaner. Better than anything I’ve brought. It smells so aussie fresh and my is place it’s on it way to being cleaner. Well I try! 😆

  13. Karina L
    01/04/2018 / 12:59 am

    Drinking green tea to beat that 3pm hump instead of grabbing a fat, delicious and sugary snack!

  14. Rachel
    01/04/2018 / 3:49 pm

    Homemade Fruit Ice Blocks with yummy Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries and Coconut Water

  15. Diana
    01/04/2018 / 4:30 pm

    Soda Water on ice, instead of booze when we’re out with friends or entertaining at home.

  16. Andrea Fidler
    01/04/2018 / 5:01 pm

    We make our own
    But it’s not fun
    All that time could be spent in the sun!

    Water Wipes we need!
    So our baby can become stink free!

  17. Jessica Woodrow
    01/04/2018 / 11:31 pm

    If I am wanting a sandwhich, I will usually reach for wholegrain wraps instead of the white bread 🙂

  18. Kasey Evans
    01/04/2018 / 11:54 pm

    Growing our own fruit & vegetables, not only are they organic we save a small fortune.

  19. Karlee Marlow
    02/04/2018 / 6:41 am

    My favourite alternative is Rolls of chux wipes that are stored in a glass jar that has been filled with coconut oil, mixed with water. It absorbs in the chux leaving bottoms refreshed and rash free by creating a barrier for little bottoms.

  20. Leisa Sandles
    02/04/2018 / 8:43 am

    I made a bunch of reusable snack pouches in pink and purple for my twin girls and blue for my little man. I fill them with precut fruits and veggies and leave them in the fridge for when my kids want a snack. They know they can grab their coloured snack bags. I also do the same in the pantry with homemade mini muffins and crackers etc.

  21. Jordana Hodgetts
    02/04/2018 / 12:17 pm

    When I was pregnant (third trimester through summer!!) I craved frozen drinks, ice cold sweet drinks, and carbonated drinks. My healthy alternative was to have soda water and lime with lots of crushed ice in it, just as tasty as frozen lemonade but less carbs, less sugar, and less calories (I was borderline GD in my pregnancy). Now that bub has been born (one week old today!!) I’m allowed to have a glass of regular lemonade, however my taste has changed and I now prefer my healthy alternative of soda water and lime (Schweppes do a brilliant premix btw!)

  22. Melissa
    02/04/2018 / 12:32 pm

    We use Water Wipes rather than other brands that contain lots of ‘nasties!’ They are perfect for my daughter’s sensitive skin.

  23. Isabel bolton
    02/04/2018 / 7:49 pm

    I got some samples of water wipes can’t wait to use them heard a lot of great things about them.

  24. Viki
    03/04/2018 / 1:05 am

    My healthier alternative is making Iced Tea with a fruit tisane (usually from T2, my fav!) and keeping it in the fridge for when we are craving something sweet and cold. A great alternative to soft drinks and fruit juices as I make sure to not add any sugar to the tea so it’s as natural as possible!

  25. claire evans
    06/04/2018 / 12:25 am

    always take a water bottle where eevr i go

  26. Maree Gray
    08/04/2018 / 5:42 pm

    Drinking a glass of water instead of having a sugary treat – healthier and helps me lose weight!

  27. Viny Vabriany
    09/04/2018 / 1:32 am

    Having fruits and yoghurt for snacks instead of chips

  28. Samara McRae
    13/04/2018 / 7:54 pm

    I make my own natural yoghurt for my son’s lunchbox as I find all the ones at the shop so full of sugar!

  29. Rebecca g
    14/04/2018 / 10:24 am

    Drinking water instead of fruit drinks and eating fruit instead of sweets for a heathier upbringing

  30. Anna Keygan
    14/04/2018 / 2:42 pm

    I buy Greek yoghurt by the bucket and make my own squeeze yoghurts for my kids

  31. Dianne P
    15/04/2018 / 11:28 pm

    Would love to try these.

  32. Chloe Heatherill
    20/04/2018 / 11:05 pm

    I love recreating party snacks and cakes with fruit alternatives. Some of my successes have been my hungry fruit monster for my daughter’s recent birthday party, watermelon Christmas trees, fruit kebabs, watermelon cakes, fruit “icecreams” (fruit in a waffle cone), and a tootie hootie fruit owl platter. They brighten up a table with colour and fun, they encourage kids to try new fruits, and they are great to get the kids’ imagination flowing when they help out with new creations too!

  33. Stephanie Roberts
    24/04/2018 / 5:21 pm

    I try to be as organic as possible with my 5 month old son- we use Water Wipes and modern cloth nappies to help the environment and to ensure that no nasties are touching his delicate skin. It’s important to me to ensure my son is given the best start to life as possible!

  34. Amanda Norrish
    24/04/2018 / 10:25 pm

    Salt water for scrapes bites, saline spray for blocked noses.
    salt= Natural healer

  35. Jo stewart
    24/04/2018 / 11:22 pm

    I put spinach or steamed broccoli in my kids smoothies. Added fruit like berries or bananas disguises the taste so they get the goodness but dont even know it.

  36. Natasha Keogh
    25/04/2018 / 6:47 pm

    Growing fruit and vegetables 🙂 on a budget

  37. Linda Pepper
    25/04/2018 / 9:10 pm

    We drink plenty of water in our house. We grow our own fruit and vegetables where we can. We eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetanles and limit the amount of pre packaged food. Healthier and better for my kids skin complexion

  38. Eva Kiraly
    26/04/2018 / 11:59 pm

    We don’t eat processed foods, I make everything fresh, it’s time consuming but very worth it!

  39. lyn smith cornege
    27/04/2018 / 6:20 am

    Apart from being a creature of habit, I like incidental exercise. I always park in the exact same parking spot at the shops ( literally the furthest spot from the entry! ) so I have to walk further. An added bonus if I have a few full shopping bags to carry on the way back 🙂

    At home, I like to swap to the healthier alternative. For example, I used to snack on potato chips, now we have air popped popcorn. Not only is it healthier, it’s so fun to watch being made!

  40. Renee Ballantyne
    27/04/2018 / 9:20 am

    When craving something sweet I grab a handful of sultanas instead of chocolate or biscuits

  41. Lolo W
    27/04/2018 / 11:18 pm

    Spending as much time as possible with the family in The Great Outdoors, leaving screens and technology well behind so as to better partake in and appreciate the wonders of nature… hiking, biking, camping, or simply enjoying the scenery and breathing in the clean, fresh air!

  42. Bella Ri
    28/04/2018 / 7:05 pm

    Avocado and dark chocolate instead of chocolate pudding! Filling and delicious.

  43. Damian
    29/04/2018 / 12:56 pm

    Since my partner was diagnosed with gestational diabetes we put every serving of food in a bowl. When we were eating foods straight from bags and packets we wouldn’t stop until we felt sick. How revolting were we? I’m currently putting every effort into the farm so soon there will be no need for daily 50km trips to the store. We should be pretty sufficient in producing a great variety of healthy foods and proteins. I’m very of our efforts.

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