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    Natural Baby Supplies

    Tue Aug 16, 2005 2:56 pm Groupie
    Does anyone have any recipes for baby soap, wipes, etc... Anything you have would be very useful.

    Tue Aug 16, 2005 3:06 pm Groupie
    I don't have a recipe, but a friend's daughter has an online company making all-natural baby wipes.

    (It occurs to me this could be viewed as advertising, but I'm really matters little to me if anyone buys them or not, I just find it neat. The baby that's the company logo is my friend as a child.)
    Tue Aug 16, 2005 4:54 pm Groupie
    Thank you very much for the site. However at this time I can't afford to purchase wipes at that price. That's why I was hoping someone had an all-natural recipe. Finances are very tight and that is just not feasible for us right now.

    But again, thanks and I will keep that website for future needs.

    Donna H
    Tue Aug 16, 2005 5:06 pm Groupie
    Homemade Baby Wipes recipe #41326
    Tue Aug 16, 2005 7:44 pm Groupie
    Okay, not an exact recipe, but I've used this:

    Distilled water
    Few drops of tea tree oil (natural fungicide)
    Few drops of essential oil (I like lavendar)

    I think some moms use baby shampoo in theirs.

    The distilled water is important if you want it to stay fresh for a while. I also heard a great tip for the actual wipes (if you want disposables) : cut a paper towel roll in half, remove the cardboard inner tube, and place it all in a dispenser. Instant pop-up baby wipes!
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