DIY Baby Wipe Spray

DIY Baby Wipe Spray- get rid of those chemical loaded baby wipes and switch to DIY spray and washable wipes

Two seemingly unrelated questions for you: 

    1.    Have you heard of Scratch Mommy

This DIY Baby Wipe Spray is perfect for replacing those chemical filled baby wipes. It's easy to make and simple to use

    2.    Did you know that even "natural" baby wipes contain nasty chemicals that are linked to cancer and skin irritation?

To address the first question.

If you've never checked out Scratch Mommy, now is the time. It is an online e-magazine which focuses on a life that's made simple by way of nourishing food, DIY'ing, and homesteading. I know you all will LOVE it, as it goes hand in hand with Clean's the New Black's values. 

So, something exciting for me is that I have been a guest contributor for the past three months on Scratch Mommy! Honestly, I am not quite sure why I haven't shared this with you all as of yet...it was just one of those tasks that kept getting pushed farther and farther down my To-Do for CTNB list. 

Well, today is the day I can finally check off that little square box. Check out Scratch Mommy here, and don't forget to sign up for their e-mail list as well. There are great articles each week covering various #lifefromscratch topics. For instance, some of this weeks topics include DIY Herbal Hair Rinse, Orange Chocolate Cream Scones, and Debunking Egg Labels. There is not a week that goes by that I don't learn something new from this wonderful site. 

Up this week is also my most recent post. DIY Baby Wipe Spray…see finally getting back to question two…you knew I would eventually, right?.

If you have a little one still in diapers yourself or know someone that does you have to check it out. It is simple, all natural, and replaces those chemical loaded baby wipes. I explain all about what the store bought ones contain, what studies show the chemicals in them do, and most importantly what we can do about it. 

Check out the article here only on Scratch Mommy

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