Mother Sparsh Natural Baby Liquid Cleanser (Powered by Plants) - Review

Mother Sparsh Natural Baby Liquid Cleanser (Powered by Plants) - Review

Toddlers and kids, touch everything and put their hands in their mouths, eyes, and then they touch everything again and again. As a parent I'm always on high alert, constantly cleaning up, wiping down their things as well as others goodies. 

During this pandemic situation, we mothers are taking a little extra care and hygiene. I have to clean everything from kid's toys to milk packets, fruits, and vegetables. 

So here Mother Sparsh has come up with this amazing baby liquid cleanser which will really help me to clean up those daily essentials. In today's post, I am going to share with you my experience with this Natural Baby Liquid Cleanser. 

Detail Product Information: 
Name: Mother Sparsh Natural Baby Liquid Cleanser (Powered by Plants) Cleanser for Baby
Price: ₹ 449/-
Quantity: 500 Ml

Product Claims:

Nursing stuff for kids such as bottles, nipples, toys, and other accessories go with them, mostly all the time. Certain bottles & decorations also may have valves or knots in which the baby food is stuck which leads to a foul smell in it. Mother Sparsh Natural Baby Liquid Cleanser gives an effective cleanse to baby’s day to day essentials. 

This plant-powered formula removes up to 50% more milk film from baby bottles, sippers & tumblers. It eliminates the unpleasant odor from the milk residue and gives a gentle cleanse to the product. It has key ingredients like green apple & basil which are skin-friendly & completely safe.

The natural liquid cleanser by Mother Sparsh comes with the presence of plant-derived ingredients that are highly effective in eliminating milk bacteria, removing tough stains and odor from baby feeding bottles, nipples, and other accessories.

Key Features:
  • The natural liquid cleanser removes up to 50 percent more milk film and odor than ordinary cleanser
  • Suitable for cleaning baby bottles, nipples, pacifiers, toys, and other accessories
  • Free from parabens, sulfates, phthalates, mineral oil, synthetic dyes, and fragrances

Key Ingredients:


It contains a good dose of fiber, this apple extract is a natural cleanser that is free from toxins and harmful elements.  It consists of a fresh fruity smell which is extremely delightful for removing the bad smell.


Basil is a natural anti-bacterial and anti-microbial in nature which makes this natural cleanser a great choice for sanitizing baby products without any harmful chemicals.

My Opinion about Mother Sparsh Natural Baby Liquid Cleanser:

I prefer the use of natural products for my children. Whether it's daily skincare items or cleaning their toys. I've taken extra care of my son since he was born. There is nothing better than Liquid cleansers to clean everyday things that are directly connected to my kids. I always worry about the unseen bacteria around them. 

There are different types of feeding bottle sanitizers available in the market.  It is very difficult to get the right thing out of them. As I said before, I rely more on natural products so I can easily pick the right product that I really want. As a liquid baby cleanser, I have chosen The Mother Sparsh brand. Although I've used many of their products before.
Nowadays I'm using the cleanse to clean kids' toys and other things like their utensils, water bottles, etc.  I’ve also tried using this baby liquid cleanse on our water bottle. We usually drink straight from the bottles. Sometimes when we wash it with just the usual dishwashing soap and a sponge it has an unnecessary odor and smell. But when I tried using the Mother Sparsh Natural Liquid Baby Cleanser, I noticed that our water bottle container has no smell at all. 

The gentle and lightweight cleanser is really good to clean even the milk residues from bottles. It is easy to use as it comes in pump dispenser packaging. I just pump a drop amount on the bottle, put a little bit of water, and shake it.  Then I leave it for about a minute and I clean it with a bottle brush and plain water. I also think it is safe to wash vegetables every day with this baby liquid cleanser. 

Why You Pick It Up:


It is made from mineral and plant-based natural ingredients like green apple & basil. 


This antibacterial Liquid Cleanser is made with natural and biodegradable ingredients. So It is safe to use and gives an effective cleanse to the material of kids. 


This cleanser provides efficient cleaning from dirty feeding bottles and accessories by washing away its impurities. It also helps in cleaning baby's feeding bottles, toys, pacifiers, milk packets, peeled fruits, and vegetables.


Being an ideal cleaning agent, it eliminates even the toughest formula stains, pigments, and residue of milk film.  The liquid cleanser leaves a pleasant aroma from the stuff.


It holds Anti-bacterial properties that kill harmful bacteria with natural ingredients present in the baby’s accessories in the form of foodstuff.


It is free from harmful toxins, Paraben, sulphate & synthetic dyes, and Other Potentially Hazardous Chemicals. IFRA certified allergen-free fragrance


The ingredients used in the cleanser to make this formation are very gentle, skin, and baby-friendly.

What I Like About This Baby Liquid Cleanse

  • It is plant-based
  • It has no color additives
  • It safely cleans
  • It leaves no soap
  • It is food safe
  • It is affordable
  • It is gentle and very mild on my hands

I'm so happy with the results. It has a mild sweet smell that's very nice. Perfect product for infant utensils. Mother Sparsh Natural Baby Liquid Cleanser enriched with the goodness of basil and green apple. It is free from parabens, sulfates, phthalates, mineral oil, synthetic dyes, and fragrances, it works as a safe natural sanitizer.   The gentle and lightweight cleanser is really good to clean and can absolutely remove the germs. Total value for money. I really liked the product and recommend it to all mummies. 

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