Homemade Lavender Diaper Wipes

5 Materials
$5
5 Minutes
Easy

Although I do not use reusable cloth baby wipes, I do occasionally make homemade baby wipes. I had some leftover lavender essential oil from labor and bath soaks for post-baby, so I thought why not whip together some lavender baby wipes!
Plus, if you’ve ever purchased essential oils, you know a little goes a long way. These baby wipes are super simple to make. Honestly, I think the hardest part is tracking
homemade lavender diaper wipes, cleaning tips, go green
Ingredients/Supplies:
round plastic container
thick, strong roll of white paper towels
2 c. water–boil first, then let cool to room temperature
2 tbsp lavender castile soap
1 tbsp olive or baby oil
3 drops lavender essential oil
homemade lavender diaper wipes, cleaning tips, go green
Directions:
Cut the roll of paper towels in half with a knife and remove the cardboard core.
homemade lavender diaper wipes, cleaning tips, go green
Mix all liquid ingredients in the container and place the paper towels in the container with the cut-side down.
Secure the lid on top and let sit for 3 minutes. Turn the container upside-down and let sit for 10 minutes.
homemade lavender diaper wipes, cleaning tips, go green
Dispense wipes by pulling from the center.
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Sarah Jane Dunaway

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  • Garyland Thompson
    on Nov 3, 2018

    That is what i use it for my grandkids since they were babies til now. Sometime shopping dont have toilet paper to stock up so i bring it in my big bag for my little ones.. Also other stuffs such as window cleaner container too... pine sol wipe in container too.. and etc. It actual work and make it easier for me...

    • Joan Boulier
      on Nov 4, 2018

      I'd like to know more about your consol container. Can you clean everything with it. I am looking to have simple things to clean with since disabled.

  • Mary Hise
    on Nov 3, 2018

    I really like the idea that you know what you're putting on your children this way and not some big companies idea what chemical they think is okay

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