Zero Plastic Baby Wipes that are better for our Planet. In fact, all our wipes will fully biodegrade in 12 weeks!
Did you know that all Jackson Reece wet wipes are fully biodegradable and compostable, so they aren’t harmful to the environment?
That’s because we make our baby wipes from natural wood pulp instead of the synthetic polyester other companies use, so they decompose after just 12 weeks in landfill. They also break up in the sewage system and are biodegradable and compostable, which is why they’re Kinder by Nature.Most other baby wipes contain polyester, which can take up to 500 years to break down. When this eventually happens, however, it ultimately contributes to the growing plastic problem that’s polluting our planet, as microplastics are contained within these synthetic wipes.
What’s in your wet wipe?Our ethos at Jackson Reece has always been about making high-quality products that are Kinder by Nature - for both babies and the environment. We’re passionate about protecting our children and the world we all live in, which is why we’ve spent years researching our ingredients and creating gentle formulas that work for everyone.
As a result, our award-winning baby wipes aren’t like others you’ll find on the high street. In fact, we developed our eco-friendly cloths more than 15 years ago precisely because there was nothing else like them on the market – and there still isn’t.
In our natural baby wipes, all you’ll find is:
- Purified water
- Organic Aloe Vera
- Vegetable plant extract and preservatives
- pH-balancer derived from sugar beet
We use organic ingredients, our baby wipes and toiletries are fantastic on soft, sensitive skin and they don’t harm the environment – which is just the way it should be, don’t you agree?
Don't flush - always bin your wipes!According to the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) wet wipes are the fastest growing cause of pollution on our beaches.
Why? Because unfortunately, wipes are often flushed down the toilet and end up blocking sewer systems and polluting waterways because they don’t decompose. Remember the polyester we mentioned earlier?
Simply put - wipes should always be binned. Our Jackson Reece baby wipes are one-of-a-kind wipes which actually break up in the sewage system and are biodegradable and compostable, so if they accidentally end up in waterways, they won’t cause damage. However – it’s not where they’re supposed to be, so always take care to put them in the bin once you’ve used them.
Eco-friendly packagingAs much of our packaging at Jackson Reece is made from recyclable materials as possible and everything is made in the UK – from the products themselves to the containers they come in. Indeed, we have manufacturers in all corners of the United Kingdom.
Our bottles and lids are made in England, while we also have packaging crafted in Scotland and Wales and of course, there’s a Northern Irish element too, with our sachet wipes packaging made in Northern Ireland.