Natural Baby Bottle Cleanser (Pack of 3)

$18.99

Made with plant-based ingredients, our Natural Baby Bottle Cleanser cuts through stubborn milk residue and fat deposits without any of the nasty stuff. 

No SLS, SLES, EDTA, enzymes, parabens or phenoxyethanol because only the safest will do for our little humans. 

  • Safe for newborns Made from natural ingredients and independently tested by a certified laboratory (SGS)
  • Removes milk stains Thoroughly cleanse stubborn milk residue and fat deposits 
  • Eco-friendly Naturally biodegradable for the good of the planet
  • Anti-bacterial Natural anti-bacterial properties of orange essential oil
  • Multi-function Use it to clean bottles, teats, breast pump parts, toys, and other accessories

 Regular dishwashing soap vs Natural baby bottle cleanser. What is the difference?

The main difference is the exclusion of nasties coming into contact with your baby's bottles and accessories. It's a safer alternative to dishwashing soap which contains harsh ingredients (listed below) that's best avoided.

  • SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) & SLES (Sodium Laureth Sulfate)  Both are foaming agents and detergents. Known to be skin irritants and could be contaminated with 1,4 dioxane, a known carcinogen
  • EDTA (Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid) Preservative. Known to be a skin irritant and a penetration enhancer which breaks the skin's protective barrier making it easier for potentially harmful ingredients in the formula to sink deeper into tissues
  • Parabens Preservative. Known to disrupt hormone function by mimicking oestrogen
  • Artificial fragrance A catch-all term that can stand for thousands of different ingredients, including phthalates known to disrupt hormone function
  • Phenoxyethanol Preservative. Infant oral exposure can affect the nervous system function. Also associated with eczema and allergic reactions

But the soap will be rinsed off anyway. So what's the problem?

That's a valid point. But this doesn't mean it's the best choice for your baby. You can still take the “safe not sorry” route.

If a bottle is not washed properly, chemicals from the dishwashing soap could leach onto it and when heated with milk, these potentially harmful chemicals could contaminate the bottle.