Health Mother and Baby

Be kind to your eyes with Gentle Eyelid Wipes

Aqua Wipes
Written by Steven White

Let the whole family enjoy clean eyelids with Aqua Wipes’ new Gentle Eyelid Wipes.

It’s a well-known saying that eyes are the window to the soul, and that’s why it’s important to care for our little one’s eyes right from the beginning.

Newborn babies can often experience watery or sticky eyes after birth, plus their delicate little faces are exposed every day to dust, dirt and allergens in our environment.

And while these are washed away from their faces daily with water, it’s only natural to avoid the sensitive area around their eyes, which is where some ‘nasties’ may be missed.

Aqua Wipes, known for 100 per cent biodegradable and plastic free baby wipes, has created the UK’s first biodegradable Gentle Eyelid Wipes. With this new product, they continue their ethos of providing parents with wipes for babies that are both natural and eco-friendly, kind to skin and caring to the environment.

Designed specifically to be soft and effective at cleansing the fragile area around your baby’s delicate eye area, while also being eco-friendly, these Gentle Eyelid Wipes are the perfect choice for parents who want to use the most natural products possible on their baby’s skin, as well look after our natural environment.

Aqua Wipes’ pack of 20 single wrapped Gentle Eyelid Wipes (RRP £9.99 from Amazon) contain soothing camomile and are ophthalmologically tested.

They can be used for cleaning away any crusting or stickiness on a baby’s eyelids as part of a parent’s daily hygiene routine. Plus they are great for removing make up on mum’s eyes too!

Key features include:

  • 100 per cent biodegradable and plastic-free wipes
  • Ophthalmologically and dermatologically tested
  • Sterile
  • Rinse-free
  • Registered with The Vegan Society’s Vegan Trademark
  • With soothing camomile
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Free from parabens, SLS and fragrance

They are suitable for babies, including newborns, as well as children, mums, dads and the rest of the family too.

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