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Baby Bottle Brand Adds Wipes

October 28, 2013

Dr. Brown's rolls out products with xylitol as key ingredient.

Baby bottle brand Dr. Brown's is rolling out a series of new wipes  designed for a variety of baby's needs—Tooth & Gum, Nose & Face and Pacifier & Bottle wipes. Each designed with natural ingredients that discourage harmful bacteria through gentle cleaning, according to the company. Specifically, the key ingredient touted in each is xylitol.

Healthy Wipes contain plant-based xylitol, which provides a variety of health benefits without the use of alcohols or parabens. The organically-derived sweetener is made from plants, fruits and vegetables and is recommended by doctors, dentists and health professionals. 

The Nose & Face Wipes gently remove both dirt and germs from baby's face. The pediatrician-tested xylitol wipes soothe and moisturize sore, stuffy noses and help dissolve mucus caused by allergies, the common cold or a case of the sniffles. In addition, Healthy Wipes prevent pollutants and irritants from sticking to the nasal tissue to keep baby's nose clear and healthy.

The Pacifier & Bottel Wipes are said to reduce bacterial transfer and help maintain good oral health to prevent tooth decay. The non-toxic wipes contain natural components – no alcohol, parabens, formaldehydes or sodium laureth sulfate

The range is  now available at independent and mass retail stores. 

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