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Baby Wipes, Babyganics Unscented Diaper Wipes , 400 Count, (5 Packs of 80), Non-Allergenic and formulated with Plant Derived Ingredients
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- Made without parabens, sulfates, phthalates, synthetic dyes or fragrances
- Made with plant-derived and other thoughtfully chosen ingredients
- Pediatrician and dermatologist tested
- For use from top to bottoms
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It’s a problem as old as time: a baby's most sensitive places are also the messiest. So we say it’s about time for a solution. These non-allergenic wipes gently clean faces, hands and bottom places.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 7.25 x 9.13 x 7.38 inches; 0.96 Ounces
- Manufacturer recommended age : 36 months - 10 years
- Item model number : 1341
- Material Feature : Biodegradable Warning
- Date First Available : September 9, 2010
- Manufacturer : Babyganics
- ASIN : B0042RJR74
- Country of Origin : USA
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Store at room temperature. DO NOT FLUSH. Dispose of in trash.
purified water, glyceryl oleate citrate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, decyl glucoside, olea europaea (olive) oil†, persea gratissima (avocado) oil, chamomile recutita (matricaria) lower extract†, calendula oicinalis lower extract†, aloe barbadensis extract†, solanum lycopersicum (tomato) seed oil, helianthus annuus (sunlower) seed oil†, vaccinium macrocarpon (cranberry) seed oil, nigella sativa (black cumin) seed oil†, rubus idaeus (raspberry) seed oil, citric acid, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate Soft wipe material: polyester, viscose †Certified Organic Ingredient Unless otherwise specified, product not labeled as organic. Learn about all of our ingredients and the choices we make at babyganics.com/products
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Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2022
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Pro - large size, you can wipe and fold and re-wipe up to three x with the same sheet. I have done this when my little one has some massive diaper mess overload, not a problem. Mild lemony scent, i don't love or hate this but some parents may or may not like this. Affordable price.
Con - drench in solution. This is not a problem when you purchase the single pack pullout on the go pack with the plastic snap cover. But with the refillable large bulk pack, they are drenched in solution. Everytime i open a pack to refill in my wipe warmer container, i have to squeeze out a ton of solution or the wipe will end up sitting in a puddle of liquid. This is a major drawback for me because i have found that if i don't make sure to squeeze out the liquid, everytime i pull a sheet out to wipe it will come out dripping with solution, which causes a big mess when you are trying to clean and wipe your little one dry. This is my reason to leave Huggie and move on to Bloom.
Pro - large size, same advantage as Huggies in term of sizing, which you can wipe 3 x before toss out as opposed to grabbing three wipes for one diaper change. Very subtle to none when it comes to scent. Just the right amount of solution. The Bloom logo imprinted into the wipe are much nicer looking than Huggies. Self adhesive single pack that you can take on the go or refill into container at home.
Con - cost a whooping 5 cents a sheet which more than double that of Huggies cost. Softer than Huggies wipes, but a little too thick for my liking. Some of my fellow parenting friends thinks I'm crazy since thicker should be better when it comes to wipes? But i personally feel because of the thickness, it still feel a tad course to the touch and not truly soft upon skin contact in my opinion. With this, my journey for the perfect wipe continues and i found myself with Babyganics.
Pro - oh so soft to the touch. This is the softest wipe i have every laid my hands on. I love this so much that i sometimes would use it as hand cleaning for myself. Mild lemony scent. Just the right amount of solution. Self adhesive single pack that you can take on the go or refill into container at home.
Con - moderately priced. A little on the thinner side. Somewhere between the crossover of a Charmin's toilet paper and a two ply Kleenex tissue if you can imagine it.. Not the cheapest when compared to Huggies. Veryyyyyy small in size. This is what i would call Petite Wipes, or truly "Baby Wipes" pun intended. What i can do with my Huggies and Bloom's i now have to use one wipe per each wipe, which mean one messy diaper load change will require about 4 to 5 wipes, as opposed to 2 from Bloom or Huggies. My pack last for a shorter amount of time than the other two brands as mentioned above. But, even with the smaller size, i was willing to compromise on this brand until i find another drawback with this. With this wipe, it does not work when you put it in a wipe warmer container. I have the Munchkin Wipe Warmer Munchkin Warm Glow Wipe Warmer , and i can tell you just forget about putting the wipes in here. It will not pull out through the opening because the wipes are so small in size. I have to open the lid each time i do a diaper change and manually taking out each sheet, which instantly makes the wipe turns cold because too much heat are let out when the whole lid is open. With this, my journey for the perfect wipe sadly continues onto Seventh Generation.
Seventh Generation Wipes
Pro - large size, same advantage as Huggies and Blooms. No scent. Self adhesive single pack that you can take on the go or refill into container at home.
Con - moderately priced. Not the cheapest when compared to Huggies. Less solution and less moist than Bloom and Babyganics. This is a major deal breaker for me because with this, the wipe now feels very course and rough to the touch. Since i bought a large pack i now have to finish this and my quest will continue on for the next brand.
Final Thought -
Out of all four brands that i have tried so far, i will say Babyganics remains my favorite. Despite the ultra small size, the cost, and the inconvenience of it not working with the wipe warmer, i will sacrifice using it out the single pack if i have to choose one brand to stay with simply because i love the softness of it and the silky touch of it against my baby's skin. Until i found my next perfect wipe, Babyganics will be my choice.
Huggies - 648 ct / $14.63 = $0.022 / sheet
Bloom - 640 ct / $32.36 = $0.050 / sheet
Babyganics - 600 ct / $21.00 = $0.035 / sheet
Seventh Generation - 768 ct / $28.99 = $0.038 / sheet
They do run a little narrow and slim. They were sometimes hard to fasten as his thighs got a little chubbier and more rolls. But the main issue as other people mentioned was with blow outs. We had many with dirty diapers but it was really hit or miss so we kept using them. What was strange was that we also had them with wet diapers. I would be holding him and suddenly he was somehow peeing on both of us out the back, side, or front?!? of his diaper. I had read reviews of another brand that suggested inevitable blow outs, and we didn't have that happen. So I really think it depends on your baby's size and body shape with some diapers. But I thought it was worth mentioning since these come in large quantities, and it may not be worth the risk! For reference our baby is also very long (99th percentile for length) with long legs.