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Jaded Home Made Baby Wipes

Jaded Baby Wipes
1/2 Roll:
2 Cups of Filtered Water
2 Tbsp of Lavender Baby Oil
1 Tbsp of Night Time Baby Bubble Bath
10 Drops Young Nails Rose Oil (Optional) 
10 Drops of Tea Tree Oil

 
1/3 Roll:
1.5 Cups of Water
2 Tbsp of Lavender Baby Oil
1 Tbsp of Night Time Baby Bubble Bath
10 Drops Young Nails Rose Oil (Optional) 
10 Drops of Tea Tree Oil
 
 
Instructions:
Combine Water, Bubble Bath & Oils in mixing bowl and stir well.  Cut paper towel roll in 1/2 or 1/3 using knife.  
Put one section of paper towels into a container with the hole pointing up.  Pour contents of mixing bowl over paper 
towels and allow to sit for 5 minutes then pull card board tube from center of paper towel roll.


Recommendations:
We use the 1/3 roll recipe because it fits in an existing baby wipe warming container very well giving us Cheaper Warm Wipes 
that don't dry out.  We use select-a-size paper towels as well which seems to be a good size, they are smaller than regular wipes
but still work very well. Either size allows you to select-a-size longer if needed. Young Nails Rose Oil has several essential oils
mixed in which help moisturize while smelling like roses. We use  Tea Tree Oil because it helps treat minor cuts, burns, even 
helps with acne, athlete's foot, mild fungal nail infections, vaginal yeast infections, and lung problems (when they add the oil 
to a bath or vaporizer). Often effective for the prevention and treatment of infections however be careful how much you put in.  
It is not harmful but the smell can be very over powering if too much is used, specially in a warmer. The Baby Wipes have the 
added benefit of making the room smell baby fresh. Play with oils & scents as needed or desired.

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