Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

The bottom line on Bum Boosa Bamboo Baby Wipes

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Today I’m going to tell you about Bum Boosa Bamboo Baby Wipes, an eco-friendly product that’s good for the earth! Bum Boosa was launched last summer by moms who wanted to make a difference in the world, making products with the planet and sensitive skin in mind.

This week I used the wipes for the first time. The first thing I noticed when I opened the package was an enchanting fragrance. The natural solution of lavender and sweet orange essential oils smells strong, but is pleasant. The second thing I noticed is that these biodegradable wipes are thick, perfect for cleaning up a messy baby’s bottom.

Bamboo is a renewable, sustainable resource and since these are high quality wipes, they’re going to be a little more expensive than popular brands. For example, a single pack of 80 wipes is $5.65.

Two other products available from the company are a diaper rash ointment made of bamboo silk powder and biodegradable bathroom tissue, which breaks down quickly. Check them out and visit Bumboosa.com.

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