Simple Baby Moisturising Soft Wipes Reviews
Product Type: Simple baby products
Description:Brand: Simple / Type: Wipes / Gently cleanses without irritating baby's skin, colour and perfume free.
Newest Review: ... approved It also states that it contains soothing chamomile and that they are made by Simple who are "experts in ... more
Customer Simple Baby Moisturising Soft Wipes Reviews (29)
by - written on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
These were the only baby wipes I hadn't tried out of the branded products, I have a preference for Pampers but these were cheaper in Tesco at only £1 per packet. The packet differs slightly to the picture above, it is predominently green and it has a picture of Tatty Teddy on the front. There is also a pink banner stating the wipes contain chamomile and then a checklist stating that the wipes are no more tears, alcohol free, hypoallergenic and suitable for all ages even newborn babies. You get 80 wipes in a packet which is a lot more than Pampers who have now changed the amount in their packets to 54. You open the packet using a peel back ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
When I was pregnant, I stocked up on several essential items that I knew I would need for my baby such as nappies and wipes. Now, although being told in the hospital to only use cotton wool and water to wipe my baby's bum, I'm afraid I had no intention of using cotton wool when I left the hospital. I bought a range of wipes when I saw them on offer, one of which were these Simple Baby Moisturising Wipes, which at the time I picked up for £1 in Sainsbury's, although these usually retail around £2.48, which I think it far too expensive at full price. The packaging of these wipes has been updated from the picture at the top, and is much more appealing with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Since having my son last year I am very loyal to my baby brands. I think with hindsight I was a bit blindsided by brands my family and friends used and also, shamelessly by the packaging of some products. But, for whatever reason I have become a very loyal buyer of particular baby items and baby wipes are one of these. I've only ever used Johnson's baby wipes for my little boy. I can be honest and admit that was because I trusted the name when I was pregnant so when I began to think about which brands to start with, these came straight to mind. Until recently I've not really wavered from this and only ever buy the Johnsons's ones. Of course I've bought the odd ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
When you have a baby who has very sensitive bottom you get used to having to buy very specific products to avoid any irritation to them. Our daughter was one of those babies. Anything perfumed would bring her out in a rash over her skin. Even products such as pampers sensitive wipes were still disagreeing with her gentle skin. There were only two baby wipes that we could use. One of these was Asda's Little Angels and the other was Simple Baby. Cost-wise for most of the past eighteen months I bought the Asda wipes, they were always on offer at £1 per packet. Occassionally I would purchase a packet of Simple baby but they were £1.89 and this was a lot more to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Now let's just get one thing clear, I don't have a baby so there's no reason why I should be reviewing baby wipes... yet I am! I am pretty lazy when it comes to removing my make-up so I love using make-up removal wipes, but these do work out to be quite expensive. I was out shopping with my friend a while ago and picked up some Simple make-up wipes when she told me to put them back and get baby wipes instead. We were in Home Bargains so I only paid 99p for the pack and you get more wipes in a pack and they are bigger than make-up wipes. They come in standard Simple packaging, green and white with a pink ribbon design saying 'Moisturising... with ... Read the complete review
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