5 JOHNSON’S® Baby Wipe Beauty Hacks

Beauty, Makeup

July 9, 2018

I have been compensated by the JOHNSON’S® Brand for this post;  however, I am sharing my own baby wipe beauty hacks.  All opinions are my own.

Hi, sweet friends!

This post is about two of my favorite things: beauty hacks and baby wipes.

When I was pregnant with Harper, I remember one of the best pieces of advice I received. No, it wasn’t the whole “Sleep when the baby sleeps” thing or “Enjoy every minute, it goes by so quickly.”

It was: You can never have too many baby wipes.

It’s so funny, because I think about the piece of advice often. For real. You can NEVER have too many baby wipes. And while I use baby wipes for all those typical baby and toddler and life things, I’ve also come to count on them for some great beauty hacks, too.


(Oh, and PS – the next time you’re in Walmart, pick up some JOHNSON’S® Baby Hand and Face Wipes. You will love them!)

Five Hacks With JOHNSON’S® Hand and Face Wipes

Baby Wipe Beauty Hacks


Anything that makes my nighttime skincare routine faster and easier, I’m ALL about it. By the end of the day, when the kids are in bed and the dinner has been cooked and dishes cleaned and work done, I’m completely spent. I cannot crawl into bed fast enough, but I made a skincare rule a long time ago: I will NEVER sleep in my makeup. Like, ever. So on those nights I just can’t bring myself to scrub and mask it up, I grab one of these bad boys and it totally does the trick.

Baby Wipe Beauty Hacks


Back in the day, I used to scrub my brushes with soap and water and would wait for them to dry. You guys. What a pain. When I discovered I could use these wipes to clean them and the downtime was almost non-existent, I was sold. It’s easy to do on the go, and perfect if you want to use your smoky eye brush the next morning for something a little lighter (and more suitable for daytime).

Baby Wipe Beauty Hacks


Nothing ruins a chic outfit more than those awful little white streaks on my clothes. And as you know, there’s always a trick to getting deodorant off of clothes. While I always try to fold the bottom of my top up so I can try to avoid the deodorant marks, it doesn’t always work.


Because you don’t want to look like an Oompa Loompa. I always take a wipe after applying my self-tanner to make sure it doesn’t get blotchy and to remove all the excess stuff.

Baby Wipe Beauty Hacks


Guess what? Wipes are pretty much like magic at getting out stains. Like, for instance, if your baby grabs some of your makeup, decides to put it all over her face and then climbs onto your couch. Hypothetically. Grab the wipes. (You’re welcome.)


5 baby wipe beauty hacks

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  1. Jen says:

    Love baby wipes, I use them for everything! Since they’re always in the bathroom I use them to touch up my cleaning job throughout the day (behind the kiddos). Never without a pack or two of them in my car either!

  2. Kerianne says:

    Would you be willing to share which self tanner you use?

  3. Kristen says:

    I use wipes for everything, but haven’t tried them for make-up yet. Thanks!

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