Jackson Reece Herbal Baby Wipes
Jackson Reece Herbal Baby Wipes are gentle and refreshing on your baby's skin. Jackson Reece Herbal Baby Wipes are natural & Mild while providing effective cleansing. Jackson Reece Herbal Baby Wipes are suitable for hands, face and body. Jackson Reece Travel Wipes are in a smaller convenient size for those quick trips out.
Contains Aloe Vera:
- Also suitable for nappy area
- Foil Lined for extra freshness
- Snap shut lid
- Alcohol free
- Purified and de-ionized water
The extraordinary healing powers of the aloe vera plant make it an important ingredient in the Jackson Reece formula. The leaves contain a gel which has an immediate healing effect on wounds and burns. The gel acts like a protective coating on the skin and accelerates the healing process. It is also a mild anaesthetic and relieves pain and itching. It increases the flow of blood and reduces inflammation, swelling and redness.Aloe vera is also beneficial for skin disorders such as psoriasis, acne and exzema. The gel acts as a moisturiser, removes dead cells and can reduce scarring. Aloe vera gels and sprays are also used in the relief of arthritic pain in the joints and muscles.Contains Tea Tree Oil:
Tea tree has a long history of traditional use. Australian aboriginals used tea tree leaves for healing skin cuts, burns, and infections by crushing the leaves and applying them to the affected area. Tea tree oil contains constituents called terpenoids, which have been found to have antiseptic and antifungal activity. Tea tree oil is commonly used as a treatment for acne, athlete's foot, dandruff and exzema.Contains Lavender Essential Oil:
There are many good reasons why lavender is in the Jackson Reece formula. It smells great, relaxing oil, which combats stress and has a healing effect and is useful for skin problems, wounds, insect bites and stings.Contains Purified Water:
Jackson Reece thinks it’s important to filter water to a high standard to kill any harmful bacteria.
Jackson Reece is just as proud of Jackson Reece wipes for what they do NOT contain. Some ingredients found in many baby and childrens’ products can cause problems for delicate skin. In today’s modern lifestyle, babies and children are exposed to tens of thousands of different substances and products without anyone really understanding the long term effects. Being five times thinner than adult skin, our babies are more susceptible to the damage that irritants found in many skincare products can do. Synthetic chemicals such as alcohol, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulphate (SLES), Lanolin and Parabens can cause all sorts of problems for delicate skin. Jackson Reece wipes are:Alcohol FREE
Alcohol appears in many cosmetics and skin care products. Stripping skin of its natural oil, alcohol dries out the skin and often causes redness, irritation and inflammation. Drying out the top layers of skin can also inhibit the natural ability to shed dead skin cells and to keep the pores open, which can lead to pore clogging. For this reason we have chosen not to use alcohol, making Jackson Reece wipes ideal for delicate, sensitive or inflamed skin.Parabens FREE
Parabens are a group of commonly used preservatives found in many baby skincare products. They are widely used because of their ability to destroy bacteria that can form and grow in these type of products. It’s because they are strong and:" ":ens have no place near a baby’s skin.Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) & Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) FREE
SLS and SLES are the most common chemical used in childrens toiletries to make them foam and cleanse. When rinsed off, the product will have cleaned the area but will have taken moisture from the top layers of skin. They are widely used by big manufacturers as they’re cheap and effective. In people with sensitive skin (prone to dermatitis, acne, eczema, psoriasis and chemical sensitivity), the drying property of these type of detergents can cause flare-ups of skin conditions or may aggravate existing conditions.Lanolin FREE
A small percentage of the population has an allergy to lanolin which is why it was an easy decision not to use lanolin in Jackson Reece wipes.