Top critical review
June 11, 2019
I bought the 6 pack, and 2 packs were rotting. Looking back, I am disgusted because I thought one of the packs smelled a little off, but not enough to not use it, so I did. I thought it was just because they were unscented.
Aside from the rot issue, which I will give them could have been a batch problem, I wasn’t a huge fan compared to other organic/ non-toxic brands like Jackson Reece or Honest Co. (these smelled similar to Jackson Reece non-herbal wipes). Their moistness was inconsistent and the first half of the first pack we opened felt almost completely dry. There is no soapyness at all, so even the one moist pack we got didn’t really feel like they were cleaning. They are soft, but the actual wipe material feels synthetic. They remind me of dryer sheets. They are very thin and difficult to manipulate, especially for big messes. I couldn’t find on the packaging or website whether they were poly or plant based (like bamboo). If they are poly it kind of defeats the purpose of containing organic ingredients, because poly inherently contains chemicals through its manufacturing process.
I was excited for a new organic wipe to try. Honest wipes are my favorite to use, but I wish their ingredients were organic. Will not be trying these again, but I like the ethos behind their brand, so I hope they will be making some improvements.