Asda Baby Wipes Reviews
Product Type: Asda baby products
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Wipes
Newest Review: ... ===What's In em?=== As these are baby wipes, you would expect them to be soft. You would be right. These are the softest ... more
Customer Asda Baby Wipes Reviews (48)
by - written on 14/03/08 (Very useful, 133 readings)
In the younger days when my two little ones were tiny babies we stuck mainly to expensive branded wet wipes as they were more delicate for their young skin but since they've become toddlers we've swapped to Asda own baby wipes, their skin is a little tougher nowadays and even though Christopher suffers with eczema on his body his face seems immune to the attacks so we use the wipes to clean up his mucky mush as he has all the delicacy when eating of a toothless St. Bernard dog. Asda own baby wipes come in several different varieties from their Smartprice wipes to their Little Angels cotton soft wipes but it is the Little Angels fragrance free wipes that have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/08 (Very useful, 226 readings)
Packaging... The wipes come in a plastic white packet, with a hard plastic 'lid' on top. The lid is easy to open which is always good if you have nappy's to change, just clicks open and shut and easy enough to do one-handed. The lid functions well and stays shut to stop wipes drying out. On opening there is a peel-off security seal sticker remove this and pull out your wipes - easy. Better design than some packs which just have a resealable plastic sticky tab - which usually loses its stickiness and your wipes dry out. The Wipes... Even though these wipes are cheaper they are still decent quality, OK they may not have pictures on them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/06 (Very useful, 417 readings)
BACKGROUND As I have a one year old baby I use a lot of baby wipes, not only when changing her nappy, but when cleaning her up after food. I also find them ideal for using when my little boy has his paints out – they are ideal for getting the paint of him before he touches anything!! As you can imagine I get through a fair few packs. I found that the branded ones were very expensive, so I needed something that was cheaper. Whilst buying nappies in my local Asda store, I saw that ‘George’ produced baby wipes, so I bought a pack to try. PRODUCT The wipes that I bought were George Baby Cotton Soft Fragrance Free ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
*~*~*~*~ Asda Little Angels Extra Care Baby Wipes ~*~*~*~* This is a review for Little Angels Extra Care wipes. I have a 10 week old baby boy and although I have been buying branded items such as nappies and wipes for him, I realised that unless I try the cheaper brands I would never know if they were good or not, other peoples opinions vary hugely and there's nothing like trying something for yourself to actually know. So, I was in Asda this week doing my shopping and I was about to grab my usual Johnsons wipes when I stopped myself, I walked back up the ailse a little and found the Asda Little Angel range. They had four different choices of wipes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Asda have their own baby range which includes toiletries, nappies and baby wipes. This is known as the Little Angels range. ~Baby Wipes~ The Little Angels range includes fragrance, fragrance free, pure and mild and extra care wipes. The extra care wipes have won Mother and Baby awards. The wipes are hypo-allergenic and dermatologically tested. They are enriched with aloe vera to keep the skin soft and lotion to help prevent nappy rash. These wipes are aimed at using on babies bottoms but are suitable to be used by the full family. They should be disposed of with normal household rubbish and not flushed down the ... Read the complete review
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