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Bambo Nature USA

Bambo Nature Baby Wipes

Bambo Nature Baby Wipes

Regular price $ 4.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $ 4.00 USD
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Bambo Nature Baby Wipes are USDA CERTIFIED BIOBASED and offer a 99% water formulation with Aloe that is fragrance, dye, and paraben-free. Because they are free of all known allergens, you can rest easy knowing they are safe for even the most sensitive skin.

  • Made with 100% Plant-Based Fibers
  • Formulated with 99% Water
  • Contain Aloe to Help Moisturize Baby's Skin.
  • Plastic Free & Vegan-Friendly
  • Free from Sulfates, Parabens, Petrolatum, Dyes, & Phthalates
  • Hypoallergenic and Fragrance-Free
  • Dermatologist Approved and Recommended for Sensitive &
    Eczema Prone Skin
Unit Count

Size Chart & Bag Count

1 Pack

6.9" x 7.3" 1pack - 64 pcs

3 Pack

6.9" x 7.3" 3pack - 192pcs

6 Pack

6.9" x 7.3" 6pack - 384pcs


6.9" x 7.3" Case - 768pcs


Water, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Hydroxyacetophenone, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid.


Shipping & Returns

We offer Free Shipping on all U.S. orders over $50. We charge a $6.95 shipping fee on all U.S. orders under $50. Fulfillment takes 3-5 business days.

Returns are accepted for up to 90 days. Learn more about our Return Policy.

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What sets Bambo Nature's new 99% Water Wipes differ from other wipes?

Bambo Nature Wet Wipes are made of 100% viscose and contain 99% water. The wet wipes are a mild and gentle personal care solution formulated specially for babies’ delicate skin. However, the product is ideal for use by all age groups. The wet wipes have a soft texture that feels comfortable even on sensitive and exposed skin areas. They can be used over the whole body and remove dirt easily and effectively. At the same time, they are hygienic as they are disposable. When you choose our plastic-free, 99%-water wet wipes, you are not only choosing a truly great product for body care and body wash – you are also choosing a product that takes into consideration the environment.

What sets Bambo Nature products apart from competitors?

• We are happy you asked! Speaking from the heart and soul of who we are, Bambo Nature is a family owned and operated business, with many of our employees and founders having children of their own!! We know the level of excellence we expect in a baby product, and therefore we strive to manufacture and produce this level of excellence for all of our customers. With more than 35 years in production, we are a legacy brand you can trust. It is our mission and core value to make sure we are putting our best foot forward for you and your little ones. Happy and healthy skin starts with Bambo Nature, so you can #parentfearlessly.

• Logistically speaking, our products are created for parents who seek soft, comfortable, gentle, skin safe products for their children. Our products are free of all known harmful chemicals, allergens, parabens, and dyes. This is to ensure that you can avoid any allergic reaction, and trust that what you are putting on your baby’s gentle skin is actually safe. Our products do not contain any substances or chemicals that are harmful to health or the environment and all of our products have been dermatologist tested by the institute ProDERM (Institute for Applied Dermatological Research).

What does it mean to be Dermatologist Approved?

When we ensure that our products are Dermatologically Tested and Approved, this means that we have enlisted a third party to conduct the necessary tests to examine the skin’s tolerance to a specific cosmetic product. What does this entail, exactly? The testing is done according to the guidelines from Cosmetics Europe in a controlled independent test center by a licensed dermatologist. The dermatologist performs what is known as “patch testing”—placing a small amount of product on an area of the skin and putting a band-aid over it, and then removing the band-aid after 48 hours to see if the skin has had a reaction. The patch test is conducted on at least 50 volunteers (and never animals!) with different ages and skin types to be sure we are testing as many skin variables as possible—normal, sensitive, eczema, etc.! The product is then classified as harmless if none of the volunteers have a negative reaction. Of course, it is impossible to capture and test ALL the different skin types the world has to offer, so there is a slight chance one or several ingredients may cause a reaction.

What does it mean to be sustainably made?

At Bambo Nature, we voluntarily undergo strict, rigorous, third-party environmental inspections of our products that assess the environmental impact of the entire life cycle—all the way from raw material to production, consumption and waste.

<< Raw Materials >>
• The wood used for pulp is derived from sustainable forestry, where more trees are planted than felled. Stora Enso, wood pulp supplier of Abena, is a member of the Clean Shipping Project
• There is no chlorine used or added in our manufacturing process
• No chemicals or compounds from SVHC (REACH Article 33[2]) are added or used during production – Substances of Very High Concern
• No known substances that are harmful to health or the environment are used or added during production (Phthalates, Organotins [MBT, DBT, TBT], heavy metals, Chlorine (CI), Formaldehyde (HCHO) Colophonium, AZO pigments, PVC.) Abena has gone as far as to prevent use of any chemical or compound that is known as locally irritating or sensitizing

<< Production >>
• Abena requires a reduction in energy consumption. Bambo Nature Disposable Baby Diapers are manufactured on Abena’s newest and most efficient diaper machine powered by 100% wind energy.
• Abena adheres to requirements on resource consumption.
• There are no harmful chemicals used or added during production (no optical brighteners, no skincare lotions, no perfumes or essential oils, no odor eliminators)
• Abena recycles 95% of all waste from our production of baby diapers. Even powder and dust from the plant is filtered, collected and sold for further use

<< Packaging and Distribution >>
• Abena’s packaging and distribution focuses on reducing waste and the use of fuels
• Products and packaging materials can be disposed of through recycling, incineration or composting.

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