Back In Fluff: Baby Fresh Cleanser by Bebe Bottom Skincare: review and giveaway

When I made the decision to cloth diaper, I had so many questions; not just about cloth diapers, but other things, like wipe solution…  What would I do for wipe solution?  How do I know which kind is good, what works best?

I looked up ways to make my own wipe solution, but wasn’t really thrilled at the idea. I had enough to worry about, learning about cloth diapers, without adding that in.  Someone told me that they just used water on their cloth wipes, but that didn’t seem like the best idea to me, especially with poo diapers. I finally settled on wipe cubes, which worked well enough, but I still wondered if something better was out there.

So when I heard about Baby Fresh Cleanser by Bebe Bottom Skincare, I knew I had to get more info!

Baby Fresh Cleanser was created by Marli, a mommy of 3 who wanted to find a better way of dealing with the mess and odor that came along with changing diapers.  Baby Fresh Cleanser loosens the poop and pee and helps reduce the odor causing and diaper rash causing bacteria, leaving a protective barrier of aloe and glycerin on baby’s sensitive skin to help prevent future diaper rash.

As soon as I got this cleanser in the mail to review, Connor gave me the opportunity to use it.  He had quite a poo mess, and I was slightly surprised- and a bit in disbelief- when I read that all I needed to do was spray the cleanser on the diaper area, let it sit for 10 seconds and wipe away, with no need to rinse!  I followed the directions still in disbelief; until I was done. Then I was in awe.

Previously, with a diaper that messy, it took a few wet wipes to get rid of the mess. This took me one wipe; one dry wipe.  The mess came right off, no need for rubbing or using much pressure while wiping; better for me and better for Connor’s sensitive tooshie! And, just as the bottle said, there was an obvious barrier left on his skin.  Best of all, the nasty poo smell was gone! *One caution: The initial smell of the cleanser upon spraying was much stronger than I expected, and I was a bit overwhelmed with it at first. However, the initial strength quickly diminishes and baby’s bottom is left smelling fresh and clean!

Another thing I love about Baby Fresh Cleanser: With average use, the 8oz bottle should last me a couple months or more!  I’m not sure how your experience is with wipe cubes/solution, but I don’t make it more than a couple of weeks before needing more!

FYI: While Baby Fresh Cleanser is not marketed for cloth diapers, many cloth diapering moms have used it with their babies and experienced no issues.  Each of the listed ingredients are also safe for cloth, so I’m not worried that I’ll experience any issues in the future.

I am thrilled to have Baby Fresh Cleanser, and know if you try it you won’t go back to the “other” wipe solution again! 

Buy It: You can purchase the 8oz bottle of Baby Fresh Cleanser directly from Bebe Bottom Skincare for $9.75, and if you’re in the US, you’ll also receive free shipping!

Win It: BeBe Bottoms has generously offered an 8oz bottle of Baby Fresh Cleanser to one lucky winner! Open to US residents only please.

To Enter: Please wait for the Rafflecopter form below to load completely, then complete the mandatory entries.  Additional entries are optional.  Be sure to click “I Did This” once you’ve completed each entry!

This giveaway will be open until 11/7 at 12:01AM (EST). Winner will be chosen randomly via Rafflecopter and notified via email. Winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email or a new winner will be chosen.

BebeBottom Skincare sent me the aforementioned item free of charge to help facilitate my review. No other compensation was received. These are my honest opinions on the product. Please see my terms of use for more information. A big thank you to BebeBottom Skincare  for allowing us to review this great cleanser!

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  1. Tea tree oil.

    jsapalio at yahoo dot com

  2. we're trying to switch over to cloth wipes – this would be great!

  3. Aloe Barbadensis (organic Aloe) leaf Juice promotes healing and soothes and softens skin!

  4. I love that it has tea tree oil in it!

  5. We are switching over to cloth diapers so I am still learning, but this sounds great!

  6. organic aloe leaf juice is one ingrdient

    annae07 at aol dot com

  7. i like that it has alor leaf juice and tea tree oil
    mary michaud

  8. Tea Tree oil!

  9. I like the tea tree oil. I use tea tree a lot around my house. 🙂

  10. One of the ingredients is Kosher vegetable glycerin!

  11. Aloe Leaf Juice and Tea Tree Oil!
    tvpg at aol dot com

  12. Tea tree oil
    klsiegler at gmail dot com

  13. I love that it was created by a mom and is “mother tested and mother approved!”

  14. it has tea tree in it

  15. Rebecca R. says

    tea tree oil!

  16. Tea tree oil! Naturally antibacterial -Sharon M

  17. Aloe Barbadensis (organic Aloe) leaf Juice

  18. I love that they use tea tree oil- great cleanser and I love the smell!

  19. One of the ingredients is Tea tree oil — we always keep a bottle in the house 🙂 ngiraldi at gmail dot com

  20. one ingredient is aloe.

  21. Tea tree oil!

    littleamberfaith at yahoo dot com

  22. I learned that it has aloe leaf juice in it!

  23. It has tea tree oil which is anti-bacterial and all natural

  24. Tea tree oil which I love is one of the ingredients.

  25. Aloe leaf juice – I didn't know aloe was a body cleanser. Plus, it's great for the skin!
    yoko.yanagita at gmail dot com

  26. I love that it leaves behind a protective barrier!
    ticklemetiffyyyy at yahoo dot com

  27. awesome it has tea tree oil in it!
    bonnie rodriguez

  28. one ingredient is tea tree oil
    mearley1979 at gmail dot com

  29. I love that it has tea tree oil in it. I use tea tree oil on my skin and it's very beneficial in many ways.

  30. Tea Tree Oil!

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