Traditional Wet Wipes VS. Bamboo Wet Wipes

Nowadays, the public is generally aware of the importance of environmental protection, and increased attention has been paid to the quality of life. However, as a daily consumable, the safety and environmental-friendliness of wet wipes have been ignored. From the safety point of view, a variety of chemicals will be added to traditional wet wipes in the production process, such as alcohol, propylene glycol, disinfectants, softeners, etc., hence it is hazardous for human body to use such products for a long time. In contrast, bamboo wet wipes are made of natural bamboo fibers without adding chemicals or non-degradable fibers, so it is much safer than traditional wet wipes. In terms of environmental protection, it is inevitable to result in deforestation and water pollution during the process of producing traditional wet wipes. While the raw material of bamboo wet wipes is characterized by strong fecundity and short growth cycle. Meanwhile, bamboo is rarely contaminated by pesticides and other harmful substances during its growth, and the water discharged from its production will not cause environmental pollution.

What is Bamboo Fibre?

Bamboo fiber is extracted from the natural bamboo, falls into the category of natural fiber like cotton, hemp, wool and silk. Bamboo fiber is featured by fine breath-ability, instant water absorption and strong abrasion resistance, with the functions of natural antibacterial, mite removal, deodorization and anti-UV.

Why Choose AIWIBI Bamboo Baby Wet Wipes?

In daily life, it is likely for babies to be frequently exposed to wet wipes, hence the safety and comfort of wet wipes is of great significance to their health. Compared with other wet wipes, AIWIBI bamboo baby wet wipes are made of 100% bamboo spunlace non-woven fabric, which is soft and skin-friendly. And they are 100% biodegradable, safe and environmentally friendly. Besides, AIWIBI bamboo baby wet wipes are certified by ISO, SGS and CE, so they are the first and best choice for babies.