Asda Little Angels Cloth Wipes Fragrance Free Reviews
Product Type: Asda baby products
Newest Review: ... enriched with Aloe Vera, and baby lotion and are suitable for newborns. I have never had any issues using these for make up ... more
Customer Asda Little Angels Cloth Wipes Fragrance Free Reviews (17)
by - written on 02/05/12 (Very useful, 72 readings)
We don't have an Asda in our town, but there is one not that far away, so when out and about in the vicinity I do call in, and made a particular effort when I heard about the baby event on at the moment. We seem to go through a lot of baby wipes, as I keep some at my daughter's high chair, some in my changing bag and some at the changing mat, so I always keep an eye out for bargain wipes. So, when I saw the Asda Little Angels Fragrance Free Wipes at 87p for a pack of 64, I thought they were definitely worth a try. These wipes come in a choice of either Fragrance free or fragranced but I much prefer the fragrance free where possible to avoid any adverse ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
With having three children I often have a look around for a cheaper alternative wipe. I go through many baby wipes not only as I have two children in nappies but also as I use them for cleaning up after them I easily go through 1 pack of wipes every two days so it can be expensive . While shopping at Asda I noticed they had their baby wipes on offer for 4 packs of 80 wipes for £3 so I decided to pick them up and give them a try. The wipes come in baby blue packet with very simple packaging all we are told on the back are the ingredients and that they are dermatological tested. They have a plastic lid that you lift and then remove a small part of the packet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I have lots of grandchildren and they often stay over at my home on the weekends and visit on a regular basis as we like to spoil and enjoy them as much as possible. I always like to have my own products to hand just in case they come unexpectedly and they have no wipes etc, which is very rare but when they stay I just use the products I have bought to save my own children some money too. These wipes I buy from Asda, they come in a plastic wrapper with a pull back tab. They are fragrance free and I bought 4 packets for only £3 when I last bought them, as they were on special offer at the time and made sense to stock them as I have quite a lot of babies in my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I bought some of these baby wipes recently from Asda and I bought 4 for only £3 and I thought if they did not suit my grandson I could always use them for other things and not waste money, and they are usually priced at only 87p for a pack of 80 which I think is a very good amount for the price. I tried them on my grandsons bottom and they did not bring him out in a rash or irritate his delicate skin either, they suited him very well and they clean the bottom perfectly and they are a good size for the price, and the texture of them is nice and soft and very smooth the wipe against the skin too. They are fragrance free but they have a really small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I've been using Asda's little angels fragrance free wipes for a little over three years. I'm not a constant user I like to chop and change what I use and where I shop. The Packaging The Packet is predominantly white plastic with the odd mint green leaf scattered around, I presume these are meant to represent the Aloe Vera which "enrich" the wipes. There is a hinged resealable plastic lid, there is a white sticker on the lid which says fragrance free in large green letters across the middle above that it carries the Asda brand and the little angels label, there's also a green circle with a white tick in declaring that it is dermatogically ... Read the complete review
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