“Baby knows by the touch whether its mother or someone else”, I had to say this as the baby cried in a minute or so after me taking him up for the closer look.  The moment the baby was back in the comforting hands of mother, he stopped crying! We all had a hearty laugh at that.

That day I was at my friend’s house. Her daughter had delivered a baby boy a few days back. To congratulate the new parents, grand parents and to spend some time with the new addition to the family, I along with some other friends had visited them. As a token of love towards the new born, we had bought a baby hamper as a gift. While handing over the same to the new mother, my friend said, “All the items are hand picked and are time tested based on our experiences. You can use them without any doubt for the little one”.

One of the items in the baby hamper that made a mark in my mind was that of Mother Sparsh water-based wipes.  When we had ventured out to buy the items for the baby hampers, on our way to market, my friend had insisted on it as the first choice. Going by her experience, here is what I learnt about it.

Purity: Mother Sparsh launched India’s first water-based wipes. As the name indicates, it contains 98% of pure water. Other wipes usually are lotion based and thus have higher amounts of chemicals in them. Mother Sparsh wet wipes are based on the recommendation of the experts who suggest that water is the safest thing to clean baby.

Like the love of the mother, these wipes are pure too!

Fabric Origin: The velvet like extremely smooth fabric of the Mother Sparsh wet wipes is derived from the plants. The wipes are Polyester free! It’s highly breathable and absorbent as well, thus provides for the effective and safe cleansing!

When the question is about cleansing the delicate and tender skin of the baby, skin friendly natural fabric Mother Sparsh baby wipes is the best option.

Eco Friendly: Now a days there is a huge cry about the harmful wastes and polluting the Earth. Wipes made of non-biodegradable materials make for the 3rd largest consumer item which represent 30% of total non-biodegradable waste. Mother Sparsh water based wipes owing to effective formulation, plant base origin and natural fabric are 100% biodegradable.

Mother Sparsh water-based wipes thus are gentle not only on baby but on our mother Earth too!

Suitability: Baby skin is most sensitive and needs utmost care. Presence of parabens and alcohol in the wipes can lead to irritation in the baby skin. Mother Sparsh wipes are alcohol as well as paraben free.

Surety: Mother Sparsh water-based wipes are clinically proven water wipes for preventing bacterial and yeast growth. The wipes are hypoallergenic and pH balanced to provide the utmost surety of caring the baby skin.

Cost Effectiveness: Another surprise awaited me when we finally purchased the wipes. They are cost effective.

Availability: Mother Sparsh water-based wipes are easily available in market and on line too!

Upon learning these benefits, I wondered why did I not have them when my kids were babies. Cleansing the baby without the fear of rashes would have been such a stress-free experience!

After hearing so much about Mother Sparsh water based wipes, I decided to try it for myself. I wasn’t surprised when I felt the goodness of the soft cotton and pure water feel as I wiped my face with the wipe after our purchase that steamy hot afternoon! Touch that’s pure ‘n’ gentle…Mother Sparsh.

Categories: Parenting


Sajid Akhter · August 7, 2018 at 10:49 pm

Hi Anagha,

Great post. Babies sure do can feel their mother’s touch. God has made this pure relation that way. Mother Sparsh water-based wipes looks like a good product. Furthermore it is very Eco friendly which is an added advantage.

Thanks for sharing, have a great day. 🙂

    Anagha Yatin · August 8, 2018 at 10:00 am

    Thank you Sajid. Yes, it is a good product.

Jyotirmoy Sarkar · August 21, 2018 at 11:03 pm

Very nice review, will suggest the new mom around me.

    Anagha Yatin · August 22, 2018 at 5:34 am

    Thanks Jyotirmoy.

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