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Chlorine-Free Baby Bee Wipes by Burt's Bees (72 Wipes)


Item #10069246
Great for Extra Sensitive Skin


Our Price: $4.99 4.99

Size: 72 wipes

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Product Description:

Meet Baby Bee Chlorine-Free Wipes. Chlorine-free means that no chlorine of any kind was used in the process of making the fabric. Super soft and non-irritating, these cloth-like wipes are lovingly made with Aloe and Vitamin E, so baby's skin is left smooth and super clean. Safe and gentle for everyday use, no matter where they're needed, these gentle cloths were born to care for your little love's delicate skin.

  • Chlorine Free
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Fragrance Free
  • Calms skin with Vitamin E and Aloe
  • Non-irritating and gentle enough for everyday use
  • Pediatrician Tested

Product Details:

Ingredients: aqua (water, eau), aloe barbadensis leaf juice, glycerin, glycine soja (soybean) oil, benzyl alcohol, caprylyl/capryl glucoside, citric acid, polyglyceryl-4 caprate, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, tocopherol, xanthan gum, phenoxyethanol.

Directions for Use: Keep lid closed when not in use and dispose of used wipes in trash receptacle. Do not flush. Store at room temperature.

UPC: 792850004153


MPN: 04157

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About Burt's Bees:

Burt's Bees started in Maine, when Burt Shavitz, a beekeeper who made his living selling jars of honey out of his pickup, hooked up with Roxanne Quimby, a hard-working waitress and single mom, to make beeswax candles. After pulling in $200 dollars at a local junior high crafts fair and bake sale, they knew they were on to something. Today, Burt's Bees has moved to bigger digs in North Carolina, but their company is still one big happy family producing a full line of earth-friendly, natural personal care products (and yes, they still make candles).