Homemade Diaper Wipe Spray

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Hello Everyone!
I wanted to share with you all the diaper wipe spray that I made for our little one.  As you all know, I think it is so important to know exactly what is in your products and going onto yours and your family’s bodies.  I still don’t understand why people use products that they KNOW contain harmful chemicals…especially on your baby!  Anyways…
A little while back I was fortunate enough to receive a new bottle of Thayers Witch Hazel from the company with their new packaging!  Can we just take a moment to admire this beauty!

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I also have to mention that I used Thayers Witch Hazel almost every day while I was recovering from giving birth.  The Witch Hazel pads they gave me in the hospital contained parabens so thank goodness I had my Thayers bottle.

Okay, let’s get started.  This recipe is so easy and it is such a rewarding feeling knowing that you made something with no harsh or harmful chemicals that will be used on your baby!

I got my spray bottle from target in the travel section.  It’s the 12 oz one and it’s perfect.  If you can’t find the 12oz one, the 10oz works also.

Ingredients:

1 Tablespoon Dr. Bronners soap (or any baby soap)
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon Thayers Witch Hazel
3-4 drops Tea Tree Oil
Distilled Water

It’s best to use all natural or organic products.  You can find them all in most health food stores or on Amazon.

These are the products I used, but any will work.  For the distilled water you can just boil water and let it cool or purchase a gallon at your local store.

 

Put all your ingredients in your bottle
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Fill the bottle up with your distilled water and give it s good shake.  It will end up separating so before you use it make sure you shake it well then spray it on your cloth wipe.
You can get fancy with it and add a cute label.  I got super fancy with my electrical tape and metallic sharpie… (insert sarcasm).  I used whatever was closest at that current moment but I’ll end up picking out a cute washi tape and probably have my husband write it because I have terrible handwriting.
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Ta-Da!

You can switch up what oils you use.  Tree tea oil is an antibacterial oil so thats why I added that to my diaper wipe spray.  You can also add lavender oil for it’s beautiful aroma.
Has anyone made their own diaper wipe spray before?  Comment below with your recipe, I’d love to try it out!

Thanks for reading!
XOXO
Love Always,
Miyuki Angel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Homemade Diaper Wipe Spray

  1. Last night I found out my boyfriend will be deployed in less than a month. Any tips on how to deal with it and be helpful to him? I was filled with complete sadness and would like a weird of advice on how to deal with the drastic changes that are soon to come.
    I want to be strong for the both of us and be as helpful and selfless as I possibly can. How did you deal and handle his departure? If there anything you suggest I do to make this a little easier for him as far as getting things ready? This is his 2nd deployment and my first with him in 2 years.

    1. Hi Gaby! So sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner! I think a great way to be helpful to him is to realize that just as much as you miss him, he misses you 🙂 Even if sometimes he isn’t able to show it or reach out to you as much as you hope he can because you have to remember this is his job. I know I had expectations that I would get to talk to my boyfriend (now hubby) a little more then I did and sometimes when we finally did get to talk it would get a little tense so also, I guess don’t have any real expectations and take it day by day. Good Luck!

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