Make your own natural wet wipes for your baby.


  • 1 roll of paper towel (good quality)
  • 1 cup coconut oil
  • 4 tsp aloe vera or baby natural wash non soap
  • 1 jug
  • 1 empty Wet Ones container


  1. Place the roll of paper napkin in the jug, pour a cup of boiled water and 1 cup of the coconut oil.
  2. Add aloe vera to the paper towel once all absorbed transfer to a Wet Ones container.

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I work as a freelance Model and Make-up artist. I'm always on the lookout for unique faces for my Makeup Blog and website. I love cooking. All my recipes are Egg, Dairy, nuts and seaseme free. I hope you enjoy my Allergy Free cooking as much as I do.

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  • I used to do that as my boy was very sensitive.


  • We did something similar – just had a container of warm water and ripped the squares prior – to make it easier when you are trying to do it one handed.


  • What a brilliant idea.


  • Great to see this idea.


  • Who knew that these could be so easy to make. Fantastic.


  • This looks simple and so innovative


  • I tried this and it worked a treat


  • Sounds like a nice idea – but given that wipes are pretty affordable and you can get them with very little to no chemicals now, not much of an impetus to make your own.


  • You’ll need a very thick high quality paper towel. And I think it could be a bit messy.


  • I don’t need these so much anymore, but might be a handy wet wipes alternative too.


  • Really? I’m not convinced paper towels would be sturdy enough. They tend to disintegrate when wet


  • This would save heaps of money and at least you know what’s going in your wipes.


  • Great idea! Will try for sure


  • I had thought of doing this but didn’t know how so thanks for this. I will give it a go.


  • Cool idea to make your own. I have never thought of that.


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