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award winning plant-based wipes

winner of the 2021 Good Housekeeping Parenting Awards in the Convenient Personal Care category

the experts at Good Housekeeping reviewed hundreds of submissions designed for babies, kids and caregivers — including new innovations and products that have stood the test of time — and then sent the products to at-home testers for real-life feedback.

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“Easy to use day to day or toss a few in your bag for on the go and perfectly sized for little hands to use on their face, hands or body.”

Tash

“Having four kids can be quite busy and messy! Don’t get me wrong… I’m still a hot mess but at least I’m prepared with @yipeswipes.”

Uyen

“Sometimes living is messy…Thankfully Yipes! Wipes makes it possible for us to enjoy the mess knowing that we’re prepared when it’s time to clean up and leave the mess a memory”.

Chelsie Dort

“@yipeswipes are cleansing wipes for face and hands, they will effectively remove all the icky stuff that kids get into with the help of 99% plant derived ingredients. I’ll be honest though. I’ll be using them too, they smell so good!”

Uyen

“Whether they’re painting, playing, or eating their favorite snack, I know a mess is bound to happen. I can embrace the messiness with @Yipeswipes!”

Brittany Kellem

“Yipes is a face and hand wipe that teaches your kids to develop independently healthy habits. Yipes will have you ready for the mess!”

Brittany Kellem

“The mess is often where the memories are”.

Chelsie Dort

“My kids love how easy they are to open on their own, even at their ages. I use my wipes on the go with their convenient individually wrapped wet wipes that take care of every messy, dirty, and sticky situation. I have a few in my purse, in my car, in the kitchen, etc.”

Brittany Kellem

“Definitely including these in the kids lunches when they go back to school”

Uyen

“I always make sure we have @yipeswipes on hand because not only are they safe for my kids, 99% plant-derived and full of the good stuff, and never any bad, they also allow my kids to practice their own autonomy and independence while learning how to build healthy habits around cleaning up.”

Tash
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