Thursday, January 18th, 2018

Elements Naturals New Compostable Baby Wipes


I enthusiastically support products made in the USA and was particularly pleased to find out about Elements Naturals new baby wipes, which are now entirely made in this country.

The company was created by Oregon mother Linda Naerheim, and was the first to market a 100% compostable baby wipe made from plants, not oil like traditional wipes. They’re made of Ingeo fibers, which uses no chemical additives or surface treatments and are recyclable and compostable.

Some of the new changes include a larger resealable top that allows for easier dispensing, a softer wipe material and contains ingredients that are EcoCert and Natural Products Association Certified. I find these wipes do feel obviously different compared to another well known brand, and because of the texture and thickness of them you’ll use less wipes per diaper change.

They retail for $5.95 for 80 wipes. You can buy these at Whole Foods stores, and other natural food stores across the country. I definitely say to give these a try! Visit for more info.


One Response to “Elements Naturals New Compostable Baby Wipes”
  1. Sara says:

    These wipes are awesome… I bought them at… can’t wait until my local Whole Foods carries them.