Caring for a newborn
Caring for a newborn is hard work at the best of times, but with current events making it trickier than ever to access your support network, you might need a little extra help. That’s why we’ve teamed up with @the_modern_midwife to share some top tips on how to care for your new arrival during these unprecedented times.
How to stay connected during self-isolation
With social distancing making it increasingly difficult to stay connected with family, friends and healthcare professionals, we’ve teamed up with @the_gp_mum to share some practical information on how to keep in touch with those most important to you.
Handwashing for Babies
Concerned about washing baby's delicate skin? Medical expert, @the_gp_mum offers some top tips and shows you how to effectively wash your little one’s hands.
Caring for babies and toddlers
Read more expert advice from the World Health Organisation to help you with cleaning and protecting your baby or toddler during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pregnancy: self-care during self-isolation
Coping with self-isolation can be hard, especially if you’re expecting. It’s important to prioritize yourself and look after your mental health and wellbeing, as much as possible. Midwife expert @the_modern_midwife , has provided some practical advice on putting self-care first during self-isolation, and what you can do to gain a bit of control over how you might be feeling.
Free Coloring Pages
We have created free coloring pages for your little ones to enjoy. Find out more
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Where can I buy WaterWipes products?
Please click here for a list of where to buy our products in-store and online.
2. What can I do if I can't find any stock?
Please use cotton wool and water as this is closest to our product in terms of purity. We are currently producing our wipes at record levels and are working with our distributors and retailers to get these to you as quickly as possible so you have one less thing to worry about. Thank you for your patience.
3. Can I buy directly from you?
Unfortunately, we don’t sell directly to the public and do not have the facilities to do so.