When I was first introduced to Dapple Baby, I was excited to learn more and to try their products. What mama wouldn’t love all natural products that are safe and effective at killing nasty germs lingering on kid’s toys, clothes, etc.? As I researched more, I was delighted to see that Dapple does not use harsh chemicals. Dapple products are free of SLS, SLES, Parabens, 1-4 Dioxane, Dyes, Artificial Fragrances, Phthalates, and their bottles are BPA free. Not only are the products non-toxic and biodegradable, but they are also hypoallergenic for sensitive skin.
The first item I tried was the Baby Laundry Detergent. This fragrance-free detergent works beautifully on the little one’s clothes. I don’t have to worry about strong scents (usually chemically-derived) that many other detergents use, which can result in allergic reactions. Instead, this detergent was straightforward, powerful and did wonders on minor stains. Also, the new and improved detergent is specifically formulated for those that cloth diaper.
Next I had the opportunity to try the pacifier wipes. These wipes are considered food grade, so babies that stick everything in their mouths are safe with each use. If your child used a pacifier at one point and doesn’t any longer, it doesn’t mean these wipes are obsolete. The wipes can be used on anything you need to quickly clean. Individually packaged, carry a few in your bag so that when your little one insists on bringing his favorite toy engine into the store and zooming it all over the floor (Yes, I’m speaking from experience), you can easily give that train a “bath at the washdown” with a quick wipe off before bringing him home. (Another option is to use the surface wipes for this purpose.)
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(Look who I ran into at the NJ Baby & Toddler Bash. Say “Hi” to Stephanie!)