Product Type: Co-op baby products
Newest Review: ... free, 100% biodegradeable baby wipes. They are dermatologically tested and have added baby lotion. What they don't do is clean ve... more
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Co-op Baby Wipes
Member Name: jjoojo2
Co-op Baby Wipes
Disadvantages: Come out in a strip
Well, what can I say!!! When I first opened them, I thought "not great, but they will do"!
After having used them for a couple of days and used them (for botties), as they were designed to do, I thought they were next to useless.
Ultra soft, fragrance free, 100% biodegradeable baby wipes. They are dermatologically tested and have added baby lotion.
What they don't do is clean very well! There is barely enough baby lotion on them to make them gluide over the skin nicely and they small bad! Not as bad as some I have tried, I do have to admit, but bad all the less.
The most annoying thing with these baby wipes is that they do not come out one at a time. They have a flap with sticky stuff on, like most wipes, so that you can keep the unused ones in without damaging the quality, but when I was trying to pull them out, they just came out in a strip. I did find that if you put your foot on the packet and pulled quite hard, that you could get out one baby wipe, but this is not how baby wipes are designed to do. I thought it was meant to be easy!
Having a baby and looking after them is never easy, but it can be helped by specially designed products, and although this is one of them, it should definately be avoided as it just hinders the process of nappy changing.
Summary: Don't buy
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