Pampers Baby Wipes with Chamomile and Aloe Reviews
Product Type: Pampers baby products
Newest Review: ... out after our daughter was born just how much money wipes and nappies cost, in short a fortune!! So we tried some of the ... more
Customer Pampers Baby Wipes with Chamomile and Aloe Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/04/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Pampers Sensitive Wipes come in a pack of 56 wipes, I have bought them from Sainsbury's, where a single pack costs £2.34 and from Asda, £2 for a single pack. More often that not I buy them in bulk from Asda, paying £11 for a box of 12 packs. Pampers claim that these wipes contain a Pure Care lotion, are hypoallergenic and perfume free and clinically proven mild for your baby's skin. They also state that using the wipes will return your baby's skin to it's natural Ph level. I used Pampers Sensitive Wipes from when my son was a newborn. Most other brands of baby wipes that I used at this stage caused redness on his skin, this included standard Pampers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/12 (Very useful, 94 readings)
I have a lot of grandchildren who sleep over at my home, sometimes a couple stay over at the weekend, it all depends what they are planning to do with their parents. For the little ones I always like to have baby wipes handy to use. I buy these wipes regular for their visits. The wipes come housed in a strong plastic wrapper, there are 64 wipes in the pack. A really good amount indeed. The wipes are rectangle shape and have a nice soft texture. The packet has a pull back plastic strip which keeps the wipes wet inside the packet. Each wipe is very moist when taken out of the packet. Just a simple tug takes them out with no problems. They hold the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/11, updated on 22/12/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Pampers are not my first choice of wipes but I have bought these quite a lot over the years when they have been on offer. At the moment I can get them from home bargains for a pack of 56 wipes for the bargain price of 99p. At Boots they are selling for £2.81 and Asda £2.49. The first thing that ever stood out on this pack of wipes was the word sensitive, I thought that they would be very natural ........................ but I am not sure they are. The pack does have a list of ingredients and if you want to find out how natural they are then you will have to look them up, as I am not going through the meaning of each ingredient. The pack is very much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/12 (Very useful, 4 readings)
My son suffers quite badly with sensitive skin and so when using wipes on his bum or face we have to be careful what we use. I have used cheaper brands and these always bring out a red rash. So when I noticed that pampers had got a sensitive range of wipes I thought I would give them a go. They come in a white pack which looks more natural and so emphasises the fact that these wipes are sensitive. I paid £2.50 for these wipes which is quite expensive especially as you only get 54 and in all the other pampers packs you get 64. The pack has the normal peel back label in the centre which exposes a hole in the middle to pull the wipes out. I was quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/12 (Somewhat useful, 24 readings)
Having an 18 month old daughter we have used our fair share of baby wipes, the good the bad and the well dreadful! We quickly found out after our daughter was born just how much money wipes and nappies cost, in short a fortune!! So we tried some of the cheaper brands, brands that were on offer, shop brands etc and time after time we were frustrated by thin, flimsy wipes that tore when you tried to take one out, or pulled out 7 in one go, or were too dry to have any cleaning effect. In the end we found these were the only wipes that actually work, they are not too think, they are nice and moist, don't irritate her bottom and you don't ... Read the complete review
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