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These are a staple item in my baby toiletry box - one of the best around.
These wipes are suitable from birth, but I used from about 4 weeks old, since the midwives and Health visitors all say to use cotton wool and water, but they have never caused any kind of skin irritation to my baby where other wipes have.
There are 64 in a pack. Easy re-sealable pack.
They smell nice too, and are not too wet or too dry.
They are nice and thick too, kind of honeycomb bobbled finish to each wipe, other ones I have used are too thin and flimsy, these are a good size, and there isn't much opportunity for nasty things to get over your hands.
They are usually available on offer at various supermarkets / toiletry shops, and are more of a bargain when you can get them in multipacks.
I would recommend to a friend as they are perfect for the job.
Since becoming a Mum, I have to admit that baby wipes are a constant in our house hold. In all honestly, I don't really mind what brand I use as I believe they all do a pretty similar job so I just tend to go for whatever is on special offer at the time. After spotting Huggies baby wipes on a 'buy one, get two free' offer at Tesco's, I loaded up the trolley! Huggies, along with Pampers are one of the leading brands in baby products and they produce nappies as well as the baby wipes.
As I mentioned above, I bought the wipes when they were on a 'buy one, get two free' offer so I paid £1.67 for three packets. Since buying this offer, I have also found the wipes in Poundland for £1 each pack so as you can see they are an affordable product.
Huggies baby wipes come in a plastic packet with a tab on the top which is re-sealable. This is a must with any wet wipes as if they are left open to their air, they will dry out. The tab is very durable and can be opened and closed many times and still do its job. The packaging is white with multi coloured hand prints all over it so it is very easy to pick out on the shelves. It states on the front of the packaging that there are 64 wipes inside.
The wipes themselves and quite thick. There is a picture of a bear embossed all over the wipe. The wipes have a very light scent to them which is very pleasant and smells similar to cucumber. I like the fact that the wipes are only lightly scented as Molly sucks her hands constantly so I don't like the idea of her getting any sort of fragrance from the wet wipes in her mouth.
I use the wipes to wipe sick and food from Molly's mouth and I also use them to wipe her hands after she has been ramming them inside her mouth! I also find them useful when changing her nappy as I always use Sudocrem on her bottom to prevent nappy rash so when I change her nappy, I wipe of the previous layer of cream with a wet wipe and have always found the Huggies wipe to go a great job of clearing it.
Overall I would certainly recommend these baby wipes. They smell lovely, are durable as well as being soft and they are also easy to carry around with you. The re-sealable packet is of a high quality meaning that you can use the entire packet without any of the wipes drying out. Best of all, they are also nearly always on special offer at one of the supermarkets. The only downside is that sometimes to wipes can come out in multiples rather than one at a time which can be a pain but I tend to shove the excess wipes back into the packet and re-seal it.
I had never really used Huggies baby wipes before but on my recent food shopping home delivery order they did not have the wipes I asked for and so replaced them with these Huggies wipes.
The first thing I noticed immediately about these wipes is that they are a lot thicker than the usual wipes I use. I normally use Boots or Johnson's baby wipes which are like but they are thin. These Huggies wipes are stronger I think and seem to be made of more natural fibres than the other wipes. They feel like when you get a paper towel wet, that is the kind of consistency they have. Now, that thickness is good in some ways. These are great for cleaning up a poop nappy as I sometimes find I only need one wipe and it will do the whole bottom in a couple of wipes, brilliant. They hardly rip or tear at all which is great.
The downside for me comes when I try to use them for other things. If you're like me you will use wipes to clean food spills off clothes, wiping down tables, all manner of things. I find though that the fibres are a bit of a nuisance when it comes to cleaning clothes as the wipe seems to leave little bits on the clothes when you really scrub them but with other thinner wipes they don't. They also stick together in the packet quite a bit so it's hard to get them out sometimes.
That being said these are good wipes. I always find them moist and gentle on my baby's skin. It actually says on the packet that they are gentle cleaning like cotton wool and water. They are also quite cute looking as they have little teddy bear designs all over them. They do not have a smell to them, just a natural clean smell.
I got a pack of 4 for £3.50 which I didn't think was too bad. There are 64 wipes in each pack and because they are so thick and sometimes only need to use one they are good value.
I bought these baby wipes at some point before my daughter was born. There was a good offer on somewhere and I got them for 30 odd pence a pack. Considering they can retail for up to £2.99 a pack. I got a bargain even though they aren't the best wipe I've tried
The ones I got were the huggies pure variety. They come in a beige packet with a cute looking baby with a hat on. They have a resealable flap to keep the wipes moist. Nothing remarkable here and much the same as any other wipe I've tried
Upon opening the pack the first thing I noticed was that they are folded in such a way that when you go to pull one out you end up with, very annoying when trying to change baby in a hurry. I think this is a design flaw in the way they are folded. The wipes have a cute teddy bear design embossed on them which I happen to think is very cute and a nice touch which makes them stand out from the other premium brands.
The wipes themselves are not very thick or durable and I have on quite a few occasions put my fingers through them when wiping my daughters bum. Not nice and not what expected from an expensive brand of wipes. They do have a nice amount of moisture on them and they manage to clean without soaking baby. They are called huggies pure because they are supposed to be good for babies sensitive skin. My daughter has had no reaction to these wipes. I noticed no smell at all to these wipes.
All in all I would not purchase these again. For the price I paid I was happy to use up the stash I had but I was quite happy when they run out. I would not recommend these wipes, there much better ones on the market
I first tried this Huggies baby wipes a few months ago when they were on offer in Asda for just 50p. I usually just buy a pack of Asda's smart price but they had run out, so I bought the next cheapest. I have since bought these wipes again on offer in Boots last week for £1, on the shelf it said they were usually £2.50, which is way over priced for these wipes!
There is no way I would pay £2.50 for them! I do like these baby wipes, but they are not the best you can buy. These come in a pack now, not in a box like shown in the picture. The pack is a pale yellow, with a baby on it with a little blue hat. The packaging does look really cute and shows they are for babies, although I don't have a baby, I just use them for myself!
I only really use baby wipes sometimes to take make up off, or just to wipe sticky hands. Sometimes I use them to clean up with etc, they are so handy for so many things.
These Huggies baby wipes are white in colour and have bears printed into them, so they do look really nice. You get 64 in a pack, and they are free from alcohol and perfume, and are good for sensitive skin. They are supposed to be made of natural fibres. The seal on the packaging is very good, it is quite hard to get into at first, but once your into them it's fine. It does seal up again really tight so they won't go dry.
The first baby wipe is really easy to pull out of this pack, but once you start going through them, they get harder and harder to pull out, the material just rips if you don't grab the end when you try to pull them out so you end up getting loads of ripped bits, and then when you finally get a wipe out its got holes in it!
Although I do like the material of these baby wipes when you wipe your hands, you only need one and that's enough. They wipe make up off your hands really easily and don't rip when you are using them.
The material feels a bit too rough for my face though, I have tried using them to wipe eye make up off and it feels too rough, not soft enough for my skin. The wipes are wet enough though to work well, but not too moist that they drip when you are using them. The balance is just right.
If it wasn't for them tending to rip when you try and pull them out the pack, and if they were a little bit softer for my face I would stock up on these when they are on offer. They do tend to last a lot longer than a normal pack of baby wipes too, as you only need one when you using them for anything. I wouldn't pay full price for them, but I would recommend them if they are on offer, or if your usual pack of wipes isn't available!
One of things I like to always like to have in a bag with me when I go out (cos I'm a real mucky pup lol!) is some wet/baby wipes. I like to buy decent quality and fragranced ones and the other day in Wilkinsons I spotted these on offer down from about £1.50 a packet to £1.00 and decided at that great price for 64 of them to give them a go.
I bought these in a white plastic packet with multi coloured hand prints all over it and a see-through plastic section to the front of them concealing a hole which is resealable and contains 64 of the wipes and we are told on the front of them that they are they are Huggies Baby Wipes 'Gentle Cleaning, Leaves skin feeling soft' and that they have a cucumber fresh fragrance to each and every one of them. On the bottom of the packet other information listed includes being told a little bit about the product (and in different languages too), the ingredients are listed and contact details for the manufacturer are also given. This is a nice, robust and easy to pull the wipes out of packet that is ideal for travel in shape and size.
I think these wipes are simply great. They pull out of the packet one a a time which means no wastage and me in control of what I use, they are white, thick and feel made of white material and so are strong and have little bears ingrained into them picture wise. They have a fresh and subtle aroma of cucumber to them which is really natural and when in use don't drip anywhere but clean and freshen really well and dry fast leaving no residue on the skin at all and they also leave my skin feeling really smooth and velvety!
I use these for lots of jobs, they remove sticky messes and dirt, grease and grime and leave me looking clean and smelling fresh and with softer skin than prior to using them so they get a huge thumbs up from me!
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Having three young children I believe I have tried just about every baby wipe there is to try. These I have to say are not on my good list in fact I would go as far to say they are one of the worst I have ever tried. I picked these up from Wilkinson for just £1 for a pack of 64 cool cucumber scented wipes that came in a plastic packet with a pulley on the topwhich left a hole to release the wipes.
At first they seemed brilliant a pack of 64 wipes from a well known company for just £1. When I got them home almost immediately I need to try them out my little one had left me a present in there nappy. I opened the pack by pulling a part of the plastic on the top of the pack as instructed. This was actually flaw number one as I find these packs without the plastic top to keep them air tight they just dry out within a few hours and you have to go half way through the pack before they are moist again.
I pulled a wipe out but actually received three at the same time for my effort so I began to clean my sons bottom. As I did I noticed the wipes seemed to crumble like wet toilet roll. I managed to do the job I need them for and they were kind on his bottom did not cause any rash etc. I continued to use the pack and sometimes they seemed ok but I just seemed to have the same problems allot of the time too many wipes clumping together and they seemed to come apart while I was trying to use them.
I made my way through the second pack i had purchased but there was no difference so i have added these to my list of wipes to avoid. It is a shame as huggies are usually a reputable brand but speaking to other parents they have had similar problems with the wipes. I would not reccomend these.
While I can't actually fault the product itself, I find getting one wipe out whilst holding a squirming toddlers legs nigh on impossible! You end up getting bits off or get out 5 wipes at once thus having to put some back again whilst holding a pair of kicking legs.I am going to write to Huggies and suggest that they pack the wipes by interweaving them not packing one on top of the other. We also use Johnsons wipes and they come out one at a time with very little effort as they are interwoven.
I bought these baby wipes for when my grandson visits or stays, I first bought them when he was born, as they were on the shelf at Tesco supermarket and I did not know which one to buy as there are lots on the market.
I tried them for awhile and they were very good for his skin, they did not irritate and give him nappy rash at all and were very suitable.
My daughter tried the lower brand as a friend said they were fine for her baby, she bought a packet and my grandson had terrible nappy rash in just one day, so she switched back to Huggies as they were better for him and she has stayed with this brand ever since.
There are 72 in a pack priced at around £1.63 and they are covered in a plastic bag with a pull flap that can be easily pressed back into place to keep the wipe nice and moist.
They are available in multi packs and they can work out much cheaper, especially if on offer at the supermarket or chemist.
The wipe itself is nice and soft for a babies bottom and it cleans very nicely without having to rub, it just glides over the area to be cleaned.
They are manufactured by the well known Kimberly Clarke and they are renowned for good products.
Baby wipes can be used for cleaning highchairs to clean the tray when a baby has left food or has spilled a drink, and they mop quite easily. I have in the past used them to take my make up off when I have no facial wipes and they were very effective.
I use them to wipe his plastic toys when he has visited so they are nice and clean for when he arrives again.
They are nice and moist and very light to put in a baby bag or in a nursery, they are a good size and quite strong, they do not tear when being used, as some of the cheaper ones can be.
Some people fine the cheaper brands totally fine for their baby but these ones are the only ones that keep my little grandson happy and my daughter.
I give it a 5 star.
Thank you for reading my review.
I tried out Huggies baby wipes many years ago when my eldest was a few months old. We didnt get on with them very well at the time.But shopping the other day, we came across some in Tesco's, on offer for £1, and I was drawn to them because of the attractive design on the pack.
The packet is white, but it is decorated in lots of brightly coloured little hand prints. The design totally jumps out at you from the shelf, so I thought I would give them another shot.
There are 64 wipes per pack, and the pack promises 'Gentle Cleansing' and to 'Leave skin feeling fresh'. The pack also says they have a cucumber fresh fragrance. On opening, I cant smell cucumber, its more of a soft, baby type gragrance. Each wipe is patterened, this pack has little teddy bears on it.
Here is where I find the problem. Because of the patterning on them, they feel slightly rougher than other baby wipes. When wiping my toddlers delicate little bottom, I can feel the roughness. This has now led her to have a sore botty, and for the first time in a long time I have had to whip out the Sudocrem to protect her from getting any sorer. This is the exact same problem we had with them the first time round, so for us they have gone in the bin.
Now, the wipes may not be to balem for the soreness, but it does seem coincidental that the two times we have used them, about 6 years apart, the sameproblem has occured.
On a plus side for these wipes, they are not really dry, nor are they soaking wet, which can be a problem with some wet wipes. They do have the right level of 'wetness' to them. Just unfortunately for us, they are not suitable.
All in all, I would personally give these wipes a 4/10. Very attractive design from a reputable company, but some design flaws that means they are not for us.
I dont like to say this because I am a pampers mum and I have been since my daughter was born. However I have to say that these wipes are more than excellent.
At first I was more then dubious because I do not like huggies nappies and I only brought these wipes because they were on sale at tesco.
The wipes initially feel very rough but, rub them against your skin and you will see how soft they are. The texture however is brilliant.
When babies are formula-fed or they are starting to eat food, they can sometimes do large amounts of poo which can take a long time to wipe.
However, the texture of these wipes means that poo comes off really easily. All the wipes are also linked together so it is REALLY easy to pull out the wipes which is a world away from pampers. These are the best wipes on the market!!!!!!!!
I don't like the Huggies wipes at all. I've tried a number of different brands, looking for the perfect wipe, before having a baby I would have though they would all be very similar but this is not the case at all!
I always go for unfragranced / sensitive skin type wipes and have never had a problem with any causing a reaction on my baby's skin, so my decision on what to buy is purely based on my personal preference.
I find Huggies wipes to be very thick and quite soapy, they almost feel like they're building up a lather when I use them which is quite unpleasant and makes me feel that I need to rinse him with water afterwards, which completely negates the supposed 'ease of use' of baby wipes. These also are the worst brand I have found for getting out the packet, I suppose the thick, soapyness is what contributes to them sticking together and I found it absolutely impossible to get them out one at a time with one hand - not much use when you're trying to keep a dirty bottom off the changing mat and clothes!
I have always used huggies wipes, I have found them the best wipes for children and for adults.
When I first started using these I was using the soft skin wipes which are in a cream and red pack. They were a thick wipe with a pattern on them. When your were wiping your childs bottom you would not need to use as many as you would with the cheaper brands. They are a moist wipe that does not leave the skin feeling wet. These came in 64 wipes in a pack for 2.99p at the time you were able to pick them up from boots on a buy one get one free, I have noticed that from time to time boots still offer that deal.
I moved on to using the huggies pure which are in a red and blue pack. The reason that I changed to these is because my son suffered with nappy rash alot. These were the same as the original wipes they were as thick and also had a pattern in them but they were made for sensitive bottoms. These also have alot of moisture but do not leave the skin wet. I found these better than the soft skin wipes and my son didn't have a rash when I was using these. I was able to pick these up for £4 for a pack of 4 from asda they are not on that deal at the minuite but they do do this on a regular basis. I find these are good value for money and have found that they do this offer on all of their brands of wipes.
I have recently started using the huggies natural care wipes. The reason that I am using these is simply for the fact that asda didn't have the pure ones in stock. These wipes are the best of the huggies brands by far. The have vitamin e and aloe in them, the aloe is supposed to be gentil on the babies bottom, to prevent nappy rash naturally. These really do work my daughters have not suffered nappy rash while I have been using these. Also these wipes smell lovely you get a waft of aloe when you open the pack, they leave the childs bottom smelling clean and keeps their skin soft. They are the same as the other huggies brands that they are a thick wipe with a pattern they come in a pack of 64 and cost the same price as the other packs too. If you are lucky you will also find these on a buy one get one free in certain stores. They are also moist and do not leave the skin feeling wet.
All these wipes have a 3 month use by date. It tells you not to flush them down the toilet because they are not bio-degradable. They are clynically tested so you are assured that they are not tested on animals. They are alcohol free so you are assured that your child is safe with them.
These are the best wipes to use and would recommend them to any parent. You will also find that they are kind and gentle on your own skin and remove make-up better than make-up wipes.
I have tried many baby wipes. Generally I get whichever type are on BOGOF! I have the fragrance free sort, as I didn;t see the point of Aloe Vera or Shea type. I slaver the kids bots with cream and all sorts anyway and think they are for cleaning rather than creaming.
All the other brands of wipe are that nylon-ish thin fibre sort. Huggies Baby Wipes are a thick soft wet paper material. Where other wipes smear poo arond babys bot, these actally seem to grip the poo and makes it an easier clean experience. A Real pl*s point if the child is prone to nappy rash as mine are while teething. They are also very easy to tear so can be made smaller for cleaning snotty noses.
The are so very different from the other leading brands, they don;t dry o*t, they come o8t of the packaging with ease, and grip of poo and hand dirt very well making cleaning a real dream. They are totally fragrance free, so will not mask any smells, which I have to say, I really love that baby lotion smell on my kids, not the end of the world tho.
I have j*st read another review saying she doesn;t have kids and takes off her make-*p with them, geni*s....will be doing the same from now on!
A top wipe, and worth the bigger pack in the nappy bag!
Much to my dismay my husband recently came back from purchasing the weekly shopping with a large box containing six packs of Huggies Baby Wipes. He had spotted them on special offer and estimated that they would work out a little cheaper than our usual preferred brand. However they didn't of course and Huggies are a brand of baby wipes which I avoid at all costs.
In the beginning I would always use simple cotton wool and water to clean my baby son's bottom. However this wasn't always convenient in terms of practicality. He is now a 16 month old toddler and the majority of our time is spent out of the house visiting playgroups and places of interest. I therefore need to have to carry a pack of baby wipes with me. I also share my son's baby wipes as I use them to remove any make up at the end of the day.
Huggies however are very unfavourable with me for a number of reasons. Firstly they are very dry in comparison to other brands. They have the texture and stability of damp toilet tissue. Because they are so dry I find that they snag on my son's skin rather than glide smoothly. After using these wipes my son has always been guaranteed to get a very red and sore bottom.
Because of their flimsy structure they will very often break when attempting to remove one from the packet. Small tissue like particles come away from the wipes upon touch and are rather annoying.
When using these wipes for myself I have also been highly disappointed. They do not remove make up efficiently. They will simple cause my make up to clump and move it around rather than lifting it from my skin. This of course causes me to question just how well they will clean a baby's bottom.
On occasion I have also used these wipes to remove stains from my clothes such as baby food that my son has thrown at me. Once again I am reminded of damp toilet tissue as they deposit white tissue like debris on my clothes.
Similarly I have to take great care not to handle these wipes immediately before applying my contact lenses. The small tissue like particles stick to my skin and can be easily transferred to my lenses.
In summary therefore Huggies baby wipes define the word 'useless'.
They are currently available at £2.44 for a pack of 72 wipes from Tesco. However I highly advise anyone to try Tesco's own basic baby wipes at just 76p for a pack of 80. They are strong, extremely moist, very kind on the skin, do not leave any bits behind, remove dirt and make up effortlessly and are quite simply a bargain!
Huggies Baby Wipes Natural Care Unscented. Wipe after gentle wipe, Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes thoroughly clean to help maintain your baby's naturally healthy skin. Plus, Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes contain Vitamin E and Aloe.