“ Brand: Asda / Subcategory: Bathroom Care / Type: Tissue / Category: Cleaning Products & Utensils > Wipes, Towels, Tissues „
My daughter is 5 years old and has had bowel problems for the past 2 years because of which sometimes she gets in a little bit of a mess when she uses the toilet. I had been letting her use baby wipes but then my Dad informed me that the drains were getting blocked with them so I bought her some of these.
This particular product is sold by Asda but you can buy similar in many places, a pack contains 40 wipes and they cost 79p per packet which I don't think is bad value as she only uses them when she opens her bowels. You can buy a normal fragrance pack which is what I buy or a sensitive pack.
The product comes in a blue plastic packet like a packet of baby wipes, it has a white plastic topper on the packet with a flip top lid where you get the wipes out of making it easy for my daughter to do herself.
The wipes are just like baby wipes inside, they are slightly rectangular and white in colour, the wipes feel soft to the touch and they are moist at the top and get more moist the further down the pack you go but are never too wet. Each wipes that is pulled out of the pack lifts the next wipe up so they are easy to get out of the packet and they do come out one at a time which prevents over usage.
The wipes smell nice and are scented with aloe vera, they are gentle on the skin and they are moist enough to do the job in hand. The best thing about these wipes is they allow my daughter to be independent and make her feel she's a big girl. They are well priced and easy to use so I rate them 5 out of 5.
I have tried out several different brands of 'moist' toilet paper in the past and have found all of them to be quite good and very convenient to use. When I was shopping in a local branch of Asda recently, I noticed their own-branded moist toilet tissue wipes and decided to give them a try out.
I believe the product has received a bit of a 'face-lift' in recent times and it now no longer looks like the picture provided at the top of the Dooyoo page. Instead, the packaging is mainly white in colour, irrespective of which of the two varieties of Moist Toilet Tissues are purchased. Whilst I am on the subject, it may be worth mentioning that the two varieties of wipes available are either a "Fragranced" option or the option that I purchased, namely the "Sensitive, Fragrance Free" wipes.
Both varieties of wipes are the same price which is only 79 pence for the pack containing 40 wipes. I thought this price offered excellent value for money, especially compared to more premium brands that cost around £1 more than the Asda offering, even though their package contains around the same quantity. As an example, the "Velvet" brand sells a package of similar moist toilet tissue that contains 42 wipes and the cost for this in Asda at the present time is £1.88. (Info correct as @ September 2012).
The package of Asda Shades Moist Toilet Tissues that I purchased are packaged in a similar way to most face wipe products that I purchase regularly, being supplied in a plastic 'pouch' in a slightly oblong shape. The plastic is more robust than that of most face wipes I suppose, but you get the idea. There is a square 'opening' on the front of the packet that is made of thicker plastic and this has a recloseable lid that gives a slight 'click' when closed over.
This 'close-able' design has proven to be excellent, and is far superior to other brands of moist toilet tissue that I purchase regularly that have only a sticker 'seal' to act as a closure. I find this sticky label often loses some of its adhesive and thus the seal often does not work properly after the pack has been opened for a while, allowing the moist wipes within to become dried out and fairly useless. This huge gripe of mine has been suitably quietened whilst using the Asda Shades Moist Tissues, so full marks from me on that score.
When it came to using the wipes themselves, the first thing that struck me was how thick the wipes themselves seemed to be, particularly when compared to other supermarket-own branded moist toilet tissue products that are often thin and rip easily. The Asda Shades variety in comparison, seemed to be of a fairly high quality and did not have the same thin, flimsy texture that similar products often have. I have never experienced any problems with the wipes tearing or ripping when removing them from the pack.
Furthermore, the quality of the Asda Shades Moist Tissues seemed to be so good that I felt they were quite a bit softer than other brands I had tried out before, and were certainly of a similar quality to more 'premium' brands such as the Andrex Moist Wipes. I found the Asda Tissues certainly seemed to have a much more luxurious feel to them than most supermarket own-branded offerings and felt lovely and soft when being used, with no unpleasant 'scratchy' feeling being present.
The size of the Asda Shades Tissues is on a par with most other brands that I buy regularly and they do not feel small or overly 'neat' when they are being used.
With the variety of the Asda Tissues I have being the "Sensitive" variety, these are of course fragrance free and so there is no noticeable aroma present when removing one of the wipes from the plastic packaging or during use. This is my preference, as I do find that some varieties of moist toilet tissue that I have bought in the past have had an over-powering perfume smell to them which I don't particularly like, so this fragrance free option was much more pleasant in my opinion. This gave the impression of these particular Moist Tissues being slightly more gentle than other brands that often contain strong fragrances and I was impressed to note too that the Asda Tissues are "Enriched with moisturising balm and shea butter." I cannot admit to noticing any such additions when the Tissues are being used but I do feel slightly reassured to know such measures have been taken.
I liked too that the Asda Moist Tissues didn't feel overly 'wet' when using them against my skin, nor did they feel sloppy or at all harsh. There was nothing uncomfortable about using the wipes at all, and I felt they left me feeling fresh and clean without any unpleasant side-effects.
There are a couple of warnings provided on the packaging for the product, such as the fact that only one wipe should be flushed at a time, presumably to prevent any damage to your toilet fittings. Similarly, there is a warning that the wipes cannot be used with certain toilet fittings.
Overall, I though the wipes were of a fairly high quality, certainly being superior to other supermarket-own branded wipes that I have purchased in the past that have ripped easily and have been supplied in flimsy, rather useless packaging. I felt the Asda Shades Moist Toilet Tissue Wipes in comparison, offered a good alternative, being supplied in excellent packaging that offers an airtight seal to protect the product's moistness and this, coupled with the excellent quality of the wipes themselves has lead me to repurchase them for use in my household already. I find them hygienic and refreshing and have no complaints at all and thus, the product comes with my full recommendation together will full marks in the product rating score.
I tend to have a pack of Moist wipes in my cupboard. I don't tend to use them all the time, but I just think that it's a bit nicer to use these now and again. Some people would say that there is no need for a product such as this, but it's not as if they are expensive so I think why not use them.
The last time I bought these way about a month ago. They come in a pack of 40 wipes and I paid 89p for them Shades is Asda's Supermarket brand for Toilet Rolls.
These wipes are just in a pack like the pack you get household wipes in. So quite a slimline pack which has the sticky tab opening bit on the front. Easy enough to open and seal shut again so that the Wipe don't dry out.
So how do you use these and perhaps why would you use a product like this? Well obviously you need to use Toilet Roll to clean up when you are in the bathroom, but the reason I use these is just to freshen up "down there". These are moist and not too wet, so just a wipe over with these does ok. The wipes are a good enough size and 1 wipe is enough. There isn't really a scent to these, but I would assume that these are unscented due to the area you are wiping. There is a slight clean smell from these though.
I have tried brand named versions of these and these ones are just as good.
If you are looking for a Moist Toilet Tissue then these ones do the trick just fine.
Moist toilet tissue doesn't sound too good but basically it means toilet wipes.
Sometimes I will get these Asda shades ones and sometimes I'll get kids toilet wipes. It doesn't matter which really as adults and children alike can use them both. My son prefers his own though as the Asda ones are in a boring jade coloured packet where as his are in a jazzy animal covered pack.
As mentioned the pack is nothing fancy just jade in colour and it has a white plastic pull up lid to get to the wipes. It can be resealed each time to stop the wipes from drying out.
They cost 78p and contain 40 wipes per pack, so nearly 2p per wipe.
They actually match my old fashioned bathroom quite quite well.
Sometimes you do need more then just normal toilet roll and if you do wet toilet roll it can be rather messy.
Especially this time of the year I'm sorry to say but it can be a bit hot and sweaty down below so whilst in the bathroom a wipe with one of these can bring a freshness back. Not just aiming at woman but men also, Sorry if that's too much information but it's my opinion.
You can still use normal toilet roll and use this as an extra keep clean measurement or can be used instead of toilet roll. They are just moist and not dripping wet so it won't be a case of then needing to dry yourself.
I have in the past found baby wipes to have very wet ones at the bottom but this isn't the case with these wipes.
These are fragranced with aloe vera which is a very faint smell.
They aren't in a very large pack as only 40 in the pack so could be handy when half empty to pop into car or bag to have at hand when using public toilets which aren't always well cleaned.