These specially formulated, antibacterial wipes are manufactured in New Zealand to harness the hydrating goodness of purified New Zealand water, plus they’re made with sustainably sourced, biodegradable bamboo fibres, and eliminate 99.9% of germs.
Gentle formula that kills 99.9% of germs
Natural bamboo fibre + purified NZ Water
Manufactured in New Zealand in off grid facilities
Suitable for cleaning hands and non-porous surfaces
No parabens, fragrances or bleach
Vegan, not tested on animals
Laboratory tested on bacteria, viruses and moulds
Safe for children*
40 wipes per pack (20cm x 17.5cm)
* Not to be used as a nappy wipe. External use only. Avoid contact with eyes, cuts and sensitive areas.
100% Biodegradable Bamboo
Purified NZ Water
Natural Soybean Amino Acid
DDAC (Ammonium Disinfectant)*
Bronopol (Organic Microbial)*
Gentle & Effective Defence Against Germs
These specially formulated, antibacterial wipes are manufactured in New Zealand to harness the hydrating goodness of purified New Zealand water, plus they’re made with sustainably sourced, biodegradable bamboo fibres, and eliminate 99.9% of germs – which makes them the ultimate line of defence when it comes to the protection of your family.
Ecoriginals Antibacterial Wipes provide effective sanitisation of hands and non-porous surfaces, and have been proven to kill up to 100 common bacteria, viruses and moulds. Plus the gentle formulation means that they’re safe for children. Free from parabens, fragrances and bleach.
Kind to the Planet
Ecoriginals wipes are uniquely made in New Zealand in a manufacturing facility entirely powered by renewable resources. They’re made from 100% biodegradable, sustainably sourced bamboo fibre – making it a smart choice for you, and a smart choice for the planet. Shipped in 100% recyclable packaging.
The wipes have been independently laboratory tested and are proven to effectively kill nearly 100 kinds of common bacteria, moulds and viruses. This means you can eliminate the risk of the following and more. Ecoriginals wipes kill: E.coli, S.aureus, Salmonella typhi, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Streptococcus pneymoniae, Listeria monocytogenes, Aspergillus niger, Candida albicans, Cladosporidium cladosporoides, Adenovirus, Hepatitis B, Rhabdovirus and many more.