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Pampers Sensitive Wipes (192 Count, Pack of 4)
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- Clinically proven mild
- Hypoallergenic and perfume Free
- Pampers Sensitive wipes are dermatologist tested
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Top Customer Reviews
That said, now that my baby is 3 months, I changed to the huggies wipes. The Pampers tend to roll up on itself when you try to do a wide handed wipe of a baby's bottom. And since its a tiny bit harder to get a wipe out than with the huggies, it starts to become a problem because older babies start kicking and moving a whole lot more.
They also work in the wipe warmers (when you pull one out, it pulls another one up through the slot like a tissue. The Huggies wipes I tried did not do that, and you had to fish around for a new wipe each time.)
Each package is wrapped in plastic with a resealable strip that holds up to repeated use. The generic wraps I've tried often are packaged in thinner plastic that rips when you try to pull open the adhesive cover, or the adhesive loses its stickiness before the last wipe is used.
I keep a package in every room my baby plays in. If I had one complaint it is that 192 wipes is really overkill for the diaper bag, so I put some in a separate container or plastic bag, but that's the same with all brands I've tried (and it's the perfect amount of wipes for the wipe warmer, which I recommend for anyone who needs to change a diaper in the middle of the night, or whose baby doesn't like to get changed).
Just received a box of these wipes, and Pampers has decided to remove the reclosing feature, meaning that once open, you have to put them into a container. Feh - this is messy, and the wipes are now more exposed to air and will probably dry out. So now we cut open a slot and fashion a closure strap from a piece of packing tape (when we just want the package of wipes without the container.) Pampers: By cutting costs, you may have lost a customer - we'll look at other, more convenient brands now.
Thank goodness there's Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes. After trying out what seems like dozens of different brands and styles, these are so far the only ones I've found that my skin tolerates. The only down side about them is that about a year ago the manufacturer whittled down their size. That's probably just fine for little bottoms, but I'm not little!
Amazon is the only place I've found where I can stock up on refills and get them shipped free. What more could I ask for? Absolutely nothing.
(Well, another grandbaby wouldn't hurt my feelings.)
Five stars! *****
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this wipe. Great moisture. It does dry out quick so make sure to keep container tightly closed.Published 5 months ago by Sage
I never used pampers wipes with my other kids until recently a friend gave me her stash as her son is allergic to it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joe A. Terry
i use these to remove my eye makeup at night (first rub in some vaseline) and they work like a charm without irritating my eyesPublished 11 months ago by C. Eres
Good value for this size package. Great for babies with allergies. Individually wrapped for ease of use.Published 13 months ago by Dee HS
These wipes were great in a pinch, but not my favorite for my first baby's overly sensitive skin. When we were away from home and wetting pieces of old t shirt with water was... Read morePublished 13 months ago by N. Thomason
Huggies made my little girl break out in a rash (and still do if I use them on her face or anything at 4 years old). Read morePublished 13 months ago by Aimee