Earth's Best TenderCare Chlorine Free Baby Wipes Refills, 80-Count Packages (Pack of 12)(960 Wipes)
- Soft cloth-like texture
- Gentle enough for hands and face
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Size: 80 count Refill
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Size: Earth's Best is slightly larger than Seventh Generation and Tushies. If you like generous sizes, Earth's Best is the winner.
Thickness: Earth's Best is similar to Seventh Generation. Tushies is the thinnest. But none of the three brands is as thick as Huggies.
Texture: Tushies is subtly printed with ducks and stars. These prints increase friction so it is easier to remove dried poop that sticks to baby's bottom. Seventh Generation and Earth' Best do not have prints on them. They feel smoother on the skin. But on the other hand, they do not remove dried poop as effectively due to the lack of friction. More friction can be good or bad, depending on your perspective. One user commented that Tushies felt like sand paper. It was exaggerated. But Tushies does feel rougher on the skin. Between Seventh Generation and Earth' Best, Seventh Generation has more of a fabric feeling, while Earth' Best feels smoother.
Water Retention: inside the plastic bags that come with the wipes, Tushies wipes feel very moist. However, once I transported the wipes to the wipe warmer, they become dry. Their thin texture does not help the wipes to absorb/maintain water. Seventh Generation and Earth' Best are better at retaining moisture.
Breakability: it is very annoying to have wipes broken into pieces when you pull them out of the wipe warmer. Huggies and Tushies both break. Seventh Generation, Earth' Best, and Kirkland never do.
Overall, none of baby wipes I tried are perfect. They all have pros and cons. However, if I am going to choose one, I will go with Earth's Best for its size, texture, moistness and the fact that it does not break easily.
The package boasts:
*With Aloe Vera and Vitamin E
The ingredient panel:
Purified water=skin cleanser
Veggie derived glycerin=moisturizer, skin friendly humectant
Alkyl Poly glycoside=combased surfactant
Aloe Vera=heals, softens and smoothes
Citric acid=keeps PH level down
Vitamin E=Antioxidant or protective agent
Sodium Hydroxymethyl glycinate=broad spectrum antimicrobial
(like amino acid it keeps yeast and mold bateria at bay)
I do not read anywhere what they are made from nor that they are biodegradable, I am unsure why.
All this being said, in our household they have become a favorite, not just for happy bums!!
FYI-I also highly recommend their diapers.
Earth's Best TenderCare Chlorine Free Baby Wipes Refills, 80-Count Packages (Case of 12)(960 Wipes)
Earth's Best TenderCare Chlorine Free Diapers, Size 4, 33-37 Lbs. (Case of 120)
i was so relieved to find these here on amazon, for a fraction of what you'd pay in a store. they are just a bit more than pampers but TOTALLY WORTH IT!! no chlorine, or the other weird stuff. my baby's butt is clean and NOT irritated.
i was also thinking i had been spoiled by the large, thick, slathered in cleaning chemicals pamper's "sensitive" wipes, and that these would probably be small, thin, weak, and dry. not at all!! they are almost as big and thick, which is to say they are plenty big and thick enough that almost all jobs, even fairly big BM blow-outs can be handled with ONE WIPE. and they are sufficiently "wet", as others have commented, but i did not think it was too much.
every once in a while i find two wipes stuck together by a teeny dab of glue. at first i was all hot and bothered, oh my goodness a speck of glue near MY babies booty?? how dare they!! then i realized, well, it is pretty small, it is on the edge of the wipe, and it is probably how they get the wipes to thread and they just need to work it out so there is no globs anywhere. it's probably not toxic anyway, it's just a glue, but i could be wrong.
i have not tried seventh gen's wipes, but frankly i am a little fed up with their diapers these days so i wouldn't be surprised if the wipes have gone downhill as well. their diapers have gotten smaller, less absorbent, and they dye them to look "naturally" brownish. i love my earth's best diaper's very much and highly recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My family has been using these for years. I just trusted that they were safe. I am very disappointed to find out that there is Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate (possible cancer... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Danica
These wipes are great but my husband stop ordering them because they can get a little expensive especially with to little ones in diapers but overall they are better then any other... Read morePublished on January 21, 2014 by Rob
I used these for my daughter, and now I use them for my son. I like them because there's no strong smell. I have no complaints and would highly recommend.Published on December 5, 2013 by fountained
I like that this product has rates well on the EWG website (low toxicity). I didn't like that it's foamy. The texture of the wipes aren't that great either.Published on August 14, 2013 by IYU
These are my favorite baby wipes - non-toxic, very duarable, soft and thick. BUT I found them for half the cost from a different amazon vendor. Read morePublished on July 2, 2013 by Mommaof2
I loved these wipes and ordered them by the caseload when my daughter was in diapers and still buy them occassionally to keep in the car. Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by J9
Based on all the positive feedback here, I had this 12-pack of wipes packages on my baby registry and received them at my shower. Read morePublished on June 19, 2012 by Suellen K. Schlievert
These wipes are my favorite wipes. They are nice and thick and very generously sized. I don't need to use a whole bunch of them each time I go to clean up a messy diaper. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by Heather