Asda Smartprice Baby Wipes Reviews
Product Type: Asda baby products
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Wipes / Fragrance Free.
Newest Review: ... sensitive skin, nor has my nephew who has dry skin issues. In fact, during the time the Smartprice Wipes have been used to ... more
Customer Asda Smartprice Baby Wipes Reviews (29)
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Having no children myself there was never a reason for me to purchase baby wipes but after hearing from a friend all the things she used them for I decided maybe I needed some after all. I am a complete clean-o-holic if there is such a thing and I hate dusting with a passion, as what's the point in just moving the dust about for it to settle back down again? This is why I needed some baby wipes. My friend had recently had a baby and had said she used her baby wipes to wipe down surfaces too as they came up much cleaner and the dust of course would stick to the moist wipe. As always I like to be careful with money and decided to opt for some cheapie wipes to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/12/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Asda Smartprice Baby Wipes Description: Brand: Asda / Type: Wipes / Fragrance Free. Another review of a supermarket no frills range, because as those who have read my earlier reviews will know, I love these ranges! I really appreciate that I am not paying extra money for fancy wrappers which just get chucked into the bin. Everyone is trying to save money right now, and for me, that means looking at ways to reduce my spending. Buying from these ranges is an excellent way of doing that and I have been pleasantly surprised by the quality of some of the products that I have tried. I don't have children, but still find ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Having alot of children I find that on the odd occasion that money can be a bit tight. I like to try new things and the cheaper the better at times. I like asdas own brand because I find they are not much different to the named brands that are around. The packaging This is a basic white and green packet. It has a strange shaped green bear on the side and states that their are 80 wipes in the pack. On the back it says they are dermatologically testes so no animals are involved which is something that I support. It has the ingrediants on the back and a how to use guide. It also has a warning guide on not to flush down the toilet and to avoid ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/08, updated on 20/08/08 (Very useful, 473 readings)
When my children were little, baby wipes were indispensable at nappy changing time. When my eldest was born nearly 18 years ago, all I knew about was branded wipes and had no idea I should be using just water on a newborn bottom, perhaps hindered by the fact that in the US, hospitals are stocked by Huggies or Pampers and Johnson's, so staff there use all their stuff as that is what they get handed to use. Between that and the advertising, you go home using all this stuff. It was only years later, when having a third child here in the UK, I discovered the truth, and so set myself free from brands "9 out of 10 dermatologists" recommend. I have to say I was VERY Read the complete review
by - written on 27/06/08 (Very useful, 163 readings)
- Packaging - This comes in a predominantly white package with pale green markings. The Smart Price range from Asda always tends to have much simpler less eye-catching packaging than other brands. There is a re-sealable plastic section at the top underneath this there is a circular section which lifts up and this is where you get the wipes from. - Price - My packet has 88p on it for 80 wipes - it doesn't take a mathematician to realise that this makes each wipe 1.1p! However I have recently looked in Asda and they have been reduced to 85p. - Comparison of Price against some other brands at Asda ... Read the complete review
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