Sustainable nursery brand Kit & Kin launches new 100% plant-based reusable wipes.
Kit & Kin, the eco-friendly brand co-founded by Spice GirI Emma Bunton, is delighted to unveil the latest addition to its award-winning reusable nappy range. Introducing the new reusable baby wipes, made from 100% plant-based materials to be extra kind on baby’s delicate skin and our planet.
The hypoallergenic reusable wipes are uniquely made from natural fabrics hemp and TENCELÔ , making them seriously soft and super absorbent. Perfect for baby’s bottom as well as hands and faces, the 15x15cm wipes come in a pack of 10 so parents can stock up and always have one to hand. And not only are they better for our world, but they’re also incredibly easy to use; simply dampen with water for the gentlest clean and once used they go in the machine at 40 degrees, with a non-bio detergent.
The gentle eco wipes are ideal for use alongside the brand’s reusable nappy collection or as a stand-alone product.
Perfect for at home, they are designed for quick and easy nappy changes but are also highly versatile for cleaning up all types of mess. However, for those moments when parents are out and about or simply need the convenience of a disposable wipe, Kit & Kin also offers 100% biodegradable wipes, made from sustainably sourced plant-based fibres. Whichever option they choose, parents can rest assured they are making a positive choice for our planet.
Kit & Kin’s new wipes will bolster the brand’s reusable range, including high-performance reusable nappies, biodegradable liners, and boosters. Best known for its multi-award winning disposable eco nappies, Kit & Kin launched the highly anticipated reusable nappy range last year and sold out within days. Made from recycled materials, every Kit & Kin reusable rescues two plastic bottles from landfill and has a 100% plant-based inner layer providing maximum absorbency during the day or overnight. Parents can choose between three of the brand’s much loved animal designs: fox, tiger and zebra.
Commenting on the new reusable wipes, co-founder Emma Bunton said:
“Following the huge success of our reusable nappies launch, we just knew we had to create a reusable wipe to complete the range. We’re very proud that our wipes are 100% plant-based so they’re super gentle on baby’s bottom as well as our world – but very tough on mess! Using reusable or biodegradable wipes is such an easy sustainable parenting swap that I would recommend to all my fellow mums and dads – just think of the difference it would make if we all made the switch together.”
Just like the rest of the products, the reusable wipes give back to the Kit & Kin Foundation with every sale. Helping to protect acres of threatened rainforest around the world and supporting women and children living in these areas with educational scholarships, family planning clinics and healthcare, they truly are protecting our world naturally.
Established in March 2017, Kit & Kin was created by co-founders Emma Bunton, Spice Girl, TV and radio presenter and UNICEF ambassador, and Christopher Money, Director of Product Development who brings over 15 years’ experience developing mother and baby products for some of the world’s leading brands.
Kit & Kin is the recipient of 35 industry awards, including the Absolute Design Award and Best Babies Toiletries Collection from Junior, Loved by Parents’ Best Ethical Brand and Best Nappy Design, and The Beauty Shortlist’s Best Eco Nappy.
Our Commitment To You:
Kit & Kin uses natural, nourishing, eco-friendly and sustainable ingredients and materials to offer families a range of safe and effective everyday products via convenient and hassle-free monthly bundles delivered to your home. All products in the range are clinically and dermatologically tested to ensure they’re mild and kind to use on your skin.
Our Commitment To The Earth:
For every 10 Kit & Kin nappy subscriptions, they’ll purchase and protect one acre of rainforest through the World Land Trust. These vital eco systems help provide clean air, lifesaving medicines and safe havens for some of the world’s most vulnerable wildlife.