New 2015 improved formula which uses lecithin instead of polysorbate-20.
Ingredients:*Witch hazel distillate, *olive oil, *avocado oil, *calendula flowers, *lavender flowers, *chamomile flowers, essential oil blend (lavender, patchouli, peru balsam, and chamomile); *aloe vera juice, *lecithin, citric acid, and silver citrate (natural preservatives). *certified organic ingredient
Size: 8 fl. oz. Directions: Shake well before use. Combine 1-3 tsp. Baby Wipe Juice with 1 cup water. Pour over cloth wipes or paper towels. Store in a sterilized plastic tub. For travel, toss a few wipes in a zip bag and go! Launder cloth wipes with your diapers. Please note: Separation in bottle is normal. Shake well before each use.
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Right after my son was born we were having some problems with diaper rash. I started using this wipe juice and we haven't had problems since. I'm not exactly sure if this is what stopped the rashes because I'm too afraid to stop using it to make sure. But, using these on the wipes and then throwing them in with the diapers helps make the diaper pail less smelly. I've been using this for 2 months and I've hardly put a dent in it. This bottle will last a long time so it's definitely worth the money!
(Posted on 4/17/2013)
We LOVE this wipe juice. I was wary about using cloth wipes but they are so easy - and this spray actually makes the liners smell better than when we were just washing with detergent. I would absolutely recommend the Lusa for anyone pondering cloth wipes.
(Posted on 10/26/2012)
I mix about 1/2 of a batch at once in a travel size spray bottle. Then I just spritz the wipe and wipe her down. this method might mean that I need a disposable wipe for really big messes, but it's working for me. Using just about 1 Tbs/week means this bottle will last a long time!
The smell is noticeable, but I wouldn't say it's unpleasant. I like it. It does get a little stronger after my baby has wet her diaper, so that is my signal to change her. The only downside for me was that this smell was stronger than her "baby smell" so it masked that natural smell we all love.
(Posted on 9/27/2012)
Can't say that I love this stuff. I bought them to use with my cloth wipes and wipe warmer, at first I used the reccomended amount of water to wipe juice ratio, but it smelled very strong so the next time I used much less, it still smells strong but it is a good smell. My main problem with it is even with very little mixed with water I started noticing a white film inside my daughters lil lady parts that was difficult to remove, I had to stop using it because the only way to get it off was to give her bath.
(Posted on 4/27/2012)
We absolutely LOVE Lusa Baby Wipe Juice! This is our only go-to wipe solution for our cloth wipes because you get so much for a great price. I think our wipe solution lasts about 3 months, with 1-2 tablespoons mixed with 8 ounces of water (we use a water bottle and keep the mixture in her diaper stations). We then just pour the solution over the wipes as needed.
(Posted on 11/10/2011)
I think this product is great, I love the milky smoothness and LUSA always does its job. The only thing I don't like is the strength. The smell is a little strong and overwhelming, even when diluted with water. Kind of like nail polish remover... I still use the product but have my eye out for TGN to stock a gentler solution!
(Posted on 9/17/2011)
I wish I could order a bigger size of this! It does make everything smell soft and CLEAN like a baby seems like they should smell like! Not chemical-ly. A little lavender hit and a bunch of other GENTLE smells. You won't be disappointed. And it worked awesome at clearing up the rash in a day and half, that our "disposable" vacation induced. I searched high and low for this after a friend introduced it to me. Thanks TGN!
(Posted on 8/3/2011)
This smells so nice, and makes the room smell great too. Any problems with skin irritation have disappeared since using this too. I really like using a substantial cloth wipe rather than the flimsy disposable wipes too. With this little bottle making 2 gallons of solution, it will last a very long time.
(Posted on 8/1/2011)
We LOVE Lusa!! Over the holidays we used the disposable wipes in our daughter's diaper bag and she quickly showed signs of irritation. We went back to exclusive with cloth wipes with this solution and within one day the irritation was gone. We have since gotten more cloth wipes and good container to bring her cloth wipes with Lusa solution in her diaper bag with us - we won't make the disposable wipe mistake again! It's also a bonus that using the solution has made her room smell great. I've found it helpful just to wipe off my hands when a sink isn't nearby. Definitely recommend this product!!
(Posted on 12/31/2010)
We LOVE this product. It smells amazing - so many friends have complimented the way that our wipe spray smells. The value is great - the bottle will make two gallons which is about all we need for one child for a year. In fact, we share it with friends that similarly spray & wipe... a little goes a long way! Our son's skin is so soft and he never is rashy!! This product is my favorite TGN buy!!
(Posted on 8/16/2010)
We bought this when we switched over to cloth diapering. It has been WONDERFUL! Has a great earthy smell and doesn't irritate my little girl's bottom like commercial wipes. One bottle has lasted us a long time!
(Posted on 7/20/2010)
We love this product- you simply dilute with water and store in a squirt bottle for diaper changes at home or on the go! It smells wonderful and it made diaper changes easy with washable wipes and the baby wipe juice. A bottle lasted us several months and was a great product to have on hand.
(Posted on 4/25/2010)
We love using this wipe juice on our sons bottom. It cleans him off well, and I feel better about wiping him with this than commercial brand wipes. You can pronounce all the ingredients and the woman that makes this product is very nice, and offers way more than just the wipe juice! An all around great product.
(Posted on 4/19/2010)