This will change the way you look at the baby wipes

My child was born premature and underweight, in the cold Indian December. She was initially raised by just me. All by myself. Her entire responsibility was mine. Infants have a strange sleeping pattern too. This means new mothers have to be ready to sacrifice their nighttime sleep for a while. Same has happened to me. I loved her contagious smile. She laughed without teeth at times ‘all giggly’. My heart beat went gaga over her face, her smile, her bald head, and her skin.

I assured that from tip to toes, she is looked after well. I only trust things which are closest to nature and as a habit, I make sure I read the composition before I buy anything for her, This is as important as checking the expiry date.

Momislearning water wipes mother sparsh

Daytime in winter is a bit warm as compared to the night as there is some sunlight. And my baby utilized this time catching up on her sleep while her mummy ran errands. As soon as the clock struck 11 pm, she used to get wide awake and would play, eat, poop and repeat all night long.

The infant has to be cleaned every few minutes sometimes 20 times a day. That was a lot for the little one’s schedule. Each time she needed a change of nappy, I made sure I use the water-based Mother Sparsh wipes only.

I understand that the baby’s skin is 10 times more delicate than a grown-up.

The bathroom being outside the room was colder than our imagination. When any nappy change was required, I always cleaned using the polyester Free Baby Wipes. Within the room, without taking the baby outside in colder temperature to wash and change, I mostly kept her away from the illness in both ways. By using the 100% water wipes, the cleanliness was assured as well as unnecessary exposure to the cold water / cold air was avoided. This is a real instance from a real mom’s life. So, I always used the polyester Free Baby Wipes so that the baby’s soft skin stayed rash free and clean.

I started with using cloth nappies which my mother made in hundreds by using old ( washed and sanitized) bed sheet etc. Very helpful. No chance of diaper rash. I was certain that I would be using diapers only when she would sleep or if there would be any travel. I never wanted my child to be exposed to those harmful chemically made diapers or wipes. momislearning water wipes

I decided. I will either use water or water-based wet wipes. I made my choice clear. Luckily in this process, my judgment was proved right and my child never got any diaper or UTI issues. Mother Sparsh 98% water based wipes are also enriched with Vitamin E. I trust the maternal instincts and that is what got me sailing through the initial motherhood struggle.

So, I only went for- India’s 1st water-based wipes Brand Mother Sparsh. 


Even now, when my child is a preschooler, I still keep a small pack of mother Sparsh water-based wet wipes in my bag all the time. You never know when there is no water available or if the water is of questionable quality. Of course, the chemical based harsh wipes are a strict NO for my baby.

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These amazing Mother Sparsh 98% water wipes are a must in mom’s checklist.

These can be bought from here and Mother Sparsh WEBSITE 

Do let me know if you have faced any struggles with baby’s cleanliness or hygiene and after using the amazing alcohol-free Baby Wipe – Mother Sparsh and after using water-based wet wipes, what difference you heve noticed?


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  • momlearningwithbaby

    2018-10-11 at 8:22 am

    Mother Sparsh wipes seem to be a worth-trying product. Thanks for sharing.

  • Vandana

    2018-10-15 at 8:48 pm

    Great post .

  • Tracy Zettinig

    2018-10-15 at 10:15 pm

    I should give these wipes a try…I use Pampers Sensitive, but when we have a bad rash, I typically break out water wipes.

  • Madison

    2018-10-15 at 11:42 pm

    Wow. I think its wonderful that these options are now available for infants. I will certainly pass it along.

  • 101foodtravel

    2018-10-16 at 12:53 am

    I’m going to give this product a try, thank you for sharing.

  • goldwestvintage

    2018-10-17 at 10:18 am

    Thanks for letting me know the option of a water based wipe!

  • Ruchie

    2018-10-17 at 11:48 pm

    It’s so important to choose right wipes for kids as it really effect kids skin .. thanks for sharing this

  • lifewithmypenguin

    2018-10-18 at 6:30 pm

    Mother sparsh wipes seems a promising product have heard a lot about the product

  • Gunjan (tuggu.n.mommy)

    2018-10-18 at 7:18 pm

    I have tried Mother Sparsh Water wipes are truly loves them. I can vouch for their softness and ample moisture

  • I heave never heard of this brand. I will have to check it out.

  • Neha

    2018-10-21 at 1:45 pm

    Thia is an important use of wet wipes. During winters or in cold regions, cleaning infants with water is not possible without getting them sick.

  • Tina Basu

    2018-10-22 at 7:47 am

    These wipes are not only gentle for the baby but for the earth too. That is a commendable thing.

  • anubhutisethmehn

    2018-10-22 at 3:29 pm

    I have been using them for an year now and these are far better and perfectly safe for new borns too..

  • Surbhi Mahobia

    2018-10-23 at 6:58 am

    I have used these wipes in the past and I liked them. I loved that these are free from harsh chemicals and the fabric of […] Read MoreI have used these wipes in the past and I liked them. I loved that these are free from harsh chemicals and the fabric of the wipes is also nonsynthetic. Read Less

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Mother to a four year old girl. I am a creative being since my childhood. I create and my little one destroys. The love story continues.

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