It Just Makes Sense
A-rub-a-dub-dub. 840 wipes in 12 tubs ...
Stop bathing your babies, everyone. Baths are a waste of water, ipso facto, they're also a waste of money. You could go so far as licking your baby clean, but that's what animals do, and the line between man and beast is already a little shaky.
So here's our suggestion: Baby wipes. Lots and lots of baby wipes. From head to toe. "But that would be just as expensive and even more wasteful" you say. Pshaw! When it comes down to it, it's only $0.02975 per wipe! You think a bathtub full of water costs less than three cents? We don't actually know for sure, but we're just gonna say no and go with it.
And here's the other thing about water. Very drying. I know, it seems counterintuitive. But while water will wash away all the poo-poo and ca-ca, it'll also wash away all your baby's natural oils. You don't want a scaly reptile baby, now do you? Sure, you could always just rub it down with lotion after, but then you have to buy the lotion too!
Instead of bathing and lotioning, just kill two birds with one stone by wiping your baby down with a moistened, chlorine-free wipe containing Aloe Vera and Vitamin E for natural moisturization. Bada bing bada boom. No fuss. No muss.