Waitrose Biodegradeable Baby Wipes Reviews
Product Type: Waitrose baby products
Description:Brand: Waitrose / Type: Wipes / Mild and gentle for tender bottoms.
Newest Review: ... but, as these tend to be a little pricey and aren't so readily available the Waitrose Fragrance Free Biodegradable Baby Wipes ... more
Customer Waitrose Biodegradeable Baby Wipes Reviews (5)
by - written on 01/09/08, updated on 23/09/08 (Very useful, 142 readings)
You may have noticed I like to review baby things and am also trying to be environmentally aware and lessen my impact on the planet (it scares me to think of the sheer amount of landfill sites needed to dump the countries nappies in!). So I had to tell you about the cheapest biodegradeable baby wipes out there (as far as I have found). I do find it hard to believe that as well as having their own label biodegradeable baby wipes that Waitrose's are the cheapest too. Waitrose sell a pack of 80 wipes for £1.35 (1.7p each). When you compare this to Nature wipes at £2.49 for 70 (4p each) or Asda Little Angels Eco wipes at £2.50 for 72 (3.5p each) it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/12 (Very useful, 41 readings)
We use so many baby wipes in our house it's unreal. I've got two little bottoms I use them on as well as my little girl wanting to use them to change her dolls and teddys nappies as well. I love baby wipes as they are so versatile. Not only do they do bottoms they also work perfectly for cleaning dirty faces after dinner and for cleaning up the surrounding area after dinner as well as dirty hands. Recently I have been using these lovely Waitrose baby wipes after I picked some up with some other baby products I found in store. What I like about these wipes as opposed to the wipes I usually use from Boots is that they have a slight fragrance to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Along with trying my best to be eco-concious I also try to minimise the number of chemicals I use around the home and on our bodies! Especially where my children are concerned, so I am quite particular which baby wipes we use and how many we use!! We use washable cloth wipes when we are at home (we use cloth nappies so washing wipes is no trouble!) and I never use baby wipes to clean them up after a meal or after painting or playing out! We use plain old water and a flannel! It always amazes me how many wipes my friends can get through cleaning baby up after a meal when they're in their own homes and could just as easily use a flannel! However, when we are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I'm always on the look out for a bargain, but I will not sacrifice quality for my babies, and am inclined to consider the environmental impact of my shopping too. These wipes are a good buy to cover nearly all aspects of these shopper choices! They are the cheapest of the biodegradable wipes I have seen from rival brands (you can buy a four pack of 72 wipes for £4.90, which is 1.7p per wipe). Next, they claim to be biodegradable within 6-12 months in landfil. This is pretty good really when you consider quite how many of these us mothers can sometimes use! The wipes are dematologically tested, and neither of my little girls experienced any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10, updated on 23/01/10 (Useful, 37 readings)
As my daughter has ezcema, I do worrry about the effect of unecessary chemicals on her skin. I had been using nature baby care wipes as I use their nappies and love them, but they have little moisture and therefore are not all that cleansing! Many wipes contain parabens etc - products which I don't feel are necessary. I came across waitrose fragrance-free, paraben-free, biodegradable wipes that are just under a fiver for a 4 pack of 72. I was especially attracted by the biodegradable (takes 6-12 months) aspect, as my well intentioned desire to use reusable nappies has fallen by the wayside somewhat, but I do feel guilty about adding to the large landill ... Read the complete review
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