I really love Jackson Reece baby wipes. I don’t get to use them as often as I like since they seem hard to find in a lot of the places near me, but when I do get to buy them, I love them.
I’ve written about Jackson Reece wipes before, so I’ll do a brief recap here before sharing the competition with you.
Jackson Reece wipes contain to alcohol, parabens, SLES or SLES.Â There’s added aloe â€“ a natural healer â€“ lavender â€“ a natural disinfectant â€“ and tea tree oil â€“ also a natural disinfectant and a very useful cleaning agent.
As compared to some of the rather horrible smelling wet wipes we’ve come across, Jackson Reece smell very tea trea-ish, which is preferable over the chemical smells of especially really cheap wipes.Â And again as compared to many wipes, they’ve never once caused my daughter a rash.
These wipes are very moist and particularly foamy â€“ caused by the cane sugar and coconut derivatives, rather than SLS which is usually used for foam â€“ and they do feel quite soapy, but do not leave a residue.
The Jackson Reece wipes are bio-degradable, and they also now sell a flushable wipe, which breaks down in water within eight days.
As with all things natural and good for you, these are slightly more expensive than the major brands you might find in your local supermarket, coming in at Â£2 – Â£3 for 72 wipes. That said, I find myself using one or two wipes at a time instead of the usual three or four. Factor this into the equation and these wipes actually work out cheaper than many of the mainstream brands.
Jackson Reece have offered 3 Diary of a First Child readers 3 packs of Jackson Reece wipes.Â That’s 3 packs of 72 wipes, valued at Â£6 – Â£9 depending on your retailer.Â To qualify for the competition, leave a comment below listing one of the good qualities about Jackson Reece wipes that makes them appeal to you.
The competition runs till 31st May, at noon, and a winner will be drawn randomly using Random.org.