or Connect
Green Options › Eco Friendly Green Products › Green Babies & Kids › Organic Baby › Diapering › Baby Wipes › Elements Naturals 100% Natural & Renewable Baby Wipes - 80 ct › Elements Naturals 100% Natural & Renewable Baby Wipes - 80 ct Reviews

Elements Naturals 100% Natural & Renewable Baby Wipes - 80 ct Reviews

AprilG

Overpriced for poor quality wipe

Posted

Pros: Great at first, Eco friendly

Cons: Takes VERY long time to biodegrade, scratchy, multiple sheets come out at the same time, wipes dry up after a month in packaging.

I have been using Elements Naturals for a year almost, and I regret the money that I have spent trying to give this up and coming B Corp business the benefit of the doubt. Each package I get has very scratchy wipes, when using it to remove my eye makeup I ended up with microscopic scratches on my eyelids, it was very irritating. When I try to remove wipes from the packaging, multiple wipes dispense at a time, instead of one single wipe per pull. Also the packaging isn't designed very well, the center part of the sealing flap breaks from the rest of the sealing flap destroying the air tight seal on the packaging and leaving me with half a package of DRY wipes. Not to mention the...
(read more)
ecomommy

best wipe i have found

Posted

Pros: thick, large, eco-friendly

Cons: not easy to remove from packaging

 I found elements naturals baby wipes while searching for eco friendly wipes on the internet. I bought several packs from diapers.com.  I think I have tried every "so-called" eco friendly baby wipe on the market. These are my favorite by far. What makes them good is the fact that they are somewhat larger than other wipes, and they are pretty thick. What I really like is the fact that they don't have any chemicals in them, and they are manufactured from "annually renewable" plant resources. What this means is that the plant material they are made from grows new every year. That is about as sustainable as it gets. by contrast some other brands are made from organic cotton (a huge waste of...
(read more)
JenniferChait

Good natural disposable wipe alternative

Posted

Pros: Thick, natural, biodegrades

Cons: Not as soft as traditional wipes - not terrible though, cost more

The biggest downside of Elements Naturals baby wipes is probably price. These wipes are about $6 a pack (80 count), while others cost much less. Even if you go bulk, these will cost you more. Also, you can't compost them at home. You'll have to locate an industrial compost site; if there's not one near you, the upside is that even in the trash these won't leach harmful chemicals into the soil. That said, not all the wipes on the market biodegrade so that's in their favor. Some other eco-perks of these wipes...Made with Ingeo fibers, the world's first man-made fiber made from 100% annually renewable resources. Wipes are free of harsh synthetic chemicals and preservatives. Wipe solution...
(read more)
Green Options › Eco Friendly Green Products › Green Babies & Kids › Organic Baby › Diapering › Baby Wipes › Elements Naturals 100% Natural & Renewable Baby Wipes - 80 ct › Elements Naturals 100% Natural & Renewable Baby Wipes - 80 ct Reviews