Meet the Nontoxic, Hard-Working Wipes You Need for When Life Gets Messy

December 7th, 2016

Whether you’re a parent or not, sometimes life gets messy and you need a hard-working, on-the-go cleanup solution that’s up to the challenge.

Enter Honest Company wipes. Made without petrochemicals, chlorine, or harsh chemicals, these biodegradable and hypoallergenic wipes are gentle enough to be used on the skin—even a baby’s sensitive diaper area—but tough enough to handle a range of sticky situations.

On the delicate front, the wipes feature plant extracts like cucumber and masterwort leaf to help soothe and moisturize the skin. Their quilted interlocking pattern helps clean tough-to-reach spots without excessive wiping, which can cause irritation.

But gentle as they are, these soft wipes work. They’re made from thick medical-grade cloth that won’t break down if your grime requires a little elbow grease. Plus, the light moisture content means they can help absorb liquid—like minor spills and little puddles on park benches

So whether the messes you typically encounter are more of the sticky-tabletop-at-brunch variety, the stinky diaper kind, or a combination of the two, Honest Company’s wipes have you covered!

One Thrive Market member summed up how they compare to the competition this way:

“I use the tried and true Honest wipes for the baby as well as for cleaning around the house. They are so thick (medical-grade quality) that they never rip for me. You’d have to use two to three wipes of the other brands for the same clean-up.”

Photo credit: Alicia Cho

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Melinda GrossMelinda writes about health, wellness, and food for the Thrive Market blog. She started her career as a financial journalist in NYC and has written for Where Magazine, Worth, Forbes, and When she's not reading or writing, she enjoys working out, sketching, and playing with her daughter and mini-dachshund, Goliath.

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