“ Brand: Asda / Type: Wipes „
INTRODUCTION --------------------- When it comes to baby wipes, I buy so many packets all the time that I'm not brand loyal. I can't be the way we seem to go through them, and need to get what's cheapest or on offer. At the same time though my children can sometimes have quite sensitive skin so I need to be careful with which wipes I buy and how gentle they are on their skin. For these reasons, I have found that the best two brands of wipes and the only two I tend to buy are Tesco's brand baby wipes and Asda's Little Angels wipes. Today I will be reviewing the Asda ones. PACKAGING -------------- First thing I should point out is that the packaging has changed quite a lot since dooyoo put their picture up. The packaging is now blue with lighter blue spots all over it. The opening is a hard case that clicks shut. I think this is quite important in baby wipes now and I much prefer packets that have these little plastic covers over the opening as it keeps the wipes inside fresh, moist and prevents them from drying out and becoming useless. So packaging gets a big thumbs up from me! FRAGRANCE --------------- I always buy the scented wipes as opposed to the fragrance free ones. This is because after using them to wipe my son's bum when changing his nappy, I like him to smell clean and fresh. I think the smell seems to make him seem cleaner than than the unscented ones. The smell is quite strong but without being over powering. It smells quite baby like too, kind of like baby powder. I definitely like the smell. QUALITY ---------- The wipes are actually quite thin and could do with being slightly thicker. This doesn't bother me too much though as you seem to get loads in one pack. They have a lot of moisture in them and are not dry at all. The only thing I'm not sure about with these wipes is that whilst using them I feel like they are a little oily and slightly greasy which I don't really like. However the wipe dries really quickly on the skin and doesn't leave the skin at all greasy. When my husband uses them he doesn't seem to notice any problem with them so not sure if it's just me that notices it. As it dries nicely it's not really a big problem. PRICE AND AVAILABILITY ------------------------------- Obviously Asda Little Angel wipes are only available from Asda, in store and online. They sell for about 80p per pack but often are on offer if you buy more than one pack. CONCLUSION ------------------ These wipes don't seem to dry out easily. They packaging is great, they smell lovely and are reasonably priced. The only thing I don't like about them so much (and will knock one star off for) is the oily feel they seem to have but this dries off quickly so not a major problem. 4/5 stars for me Would definitely recommend! Thank you for reading, I hope my review was useful xx Mrs K xx
We have been using Little Angels baby wipes since discovering about two years ago that the nappies were great so thought we'd give the wipes a go too. We go through a lot of baby wipes in this house with a newborn and a toddler, so own brand wipes are great for us cost wise if they do their job effectively. The packaging of these wipes has changed from the picture above. They are now in a white packet with a blue polka dot pattern (the fragranced version of these are in a blue packet with a white polka dot pattern). They have a plastic flip lid opening on the packet to keep the wipes fresh and moist and also to get the wipes out one at a time easily. You can buy four packs of these for £3, a box of 6 for £4.50 or in single packets which are 79p each. Each packet contains 64 wipes. These fragrance free wipes are now described as 'sensitive cotton soft' baby wipes and the packaging tells you they are suitable for newborns, hypoallergenic and paraben free. They are enriched with aloe vera, chamomile and baby lotion. These are the preferred brand of wipes in our household. Not only are they great value for money, but the wipes themselves are suitable for all kinds of clean ups, dirty nappies, spilt drinks, cleaning up grubby toddler hands when out and about. The wipes are lovely and soft and I am completely reassured that they are gentrle on my babies little bottom! They are described as fragrance free but there is a tiny hint of scent if you get close up to the packet which I'd imagine is due to the aloe vera and chamomile. These wipes do a good clean up job and I don't need to use thousands of the things to do it. They have never caused any reaction on either of my children and on the odd occasion my daughter had nappy rash when she was teething I've been happy to use these as I feel they are mild enough for children's skin. I'd recommend these wipes to any parent. Convenient and gentle on babies skin. 5 out of 5
I don't know how many other people do this, but I use baby wipes on my face to remove make-up. I don't have sensitive skin but I have tried many make-up wipes and they always bring me out in spots and dry my skin out. They are also much more expensive for a much small pack than baby wipes. I decided to buy baby wipes for my face as I though if they are gentle enough for a baby they should be gentle enough for my face. I usually buy what ever is on offer at the supermarket but then whilst shopping in asda I saw the Asda Little Angels Fragrance Free Wipes for just 87p which was cheaper than I usually pay for wipes. They do come in fragranced or fragrance free and I have tried them both and they are both as good as each other. I like the packet for these wipes as rather than a clear sticky tab that you find on most wipes it has a white lid to reseal them. This stops them drying out which I often find happens with other wipes such as huggies. They pull out one by one which is great as some wipes you pull one out and a huge pile of them come out stuck together. I use them once a day and generally two or three wipes to remove a full face of make-up so a packet last me around 3 weeks which is excellent value for money. They remove all the make-up well and are also really gentle on my eyes when removing mascara. I know they are baby wipes and I don't use them for a baby but I would recommend them. They are good value and not really thin cheap wipes like you would expect. They are gentle on my skin so would expect them to be gentle for a baby.
Item: Asda Little Angels Baby Wipes Fragrance: Sensitive Size: Travel Size (20 cloths) Price: 2 packs for £1 Bought from: Asda Why did I buy these? I was walking in to Asda a few weeks ago and they had a "festival season" section set up with camping chairs, tents etc and a range of travel size toiletries. I saw these wipes there for 2 for £1. I decided to try them as I had been looking at the bigger packs as an option for using as a backup make up removed to have in the house and the price and size of these packs appealed to me as it means I could take them on weekends away as well as use in the house. Packaging, design: The pack over all is 14x10x3cm. So they can easily be popped in a handbag or overnight bag without taking up too much room. The pack over all is white with pale blue polka dot design across it. the writing on the pack is in pink, orange, green and purple too so it will appeal to parents with both girls and boys. There actually is quite a lot written on the front, which is probably useful to a parent picking a baby wipe, although as an adult picking a wipe to use for makeup removal I was just keen to see that it said "sensitive" and "baby wipes". The pack peels open with a somewhat hidden clear sticky label that opens approx. 3 by 6cm, so it is easy to get the wipes out but the sticky label is much bigger so it seals up very easily as none of the outer section of the seal touches the wipes. The back of the packaging has directions for use and explains that you should "peel back the label and use the wipe as required. Reseal the label to keep the wipes fresh." I'm not sure who wouldn't have known to do that but it is handy to have instruction on the back. I quite like the look of the packaging, although it clearly is a product essentially created for the use of a parent on a baby, it is girly enough that I am happy to bring them out in company or have them in my overnight bag. Size and Smell: The cloth opens out to be 20x16cm. (I assume that the full size packs are much bigger) but for a travel size pack this was a pleasant surprise. I use 2 cloths, layers slightly overlapping and can wipe my full face to get my make up off, then I use 2 separate ones, one for each eye. (I've heard it is bad to use the same wipe across both eyes as it spreads germs - think I heard this as a child and it doesn't seem unreasonable so I still follow that advice.) The cloths are a little bit see through but overall really tough, no splitting or tearing as I rumbled them over my face. Even though they are "sensitive" ones they still smell lightly of baby lotion so that's quite nice. And this lingers on your skin once you have used them. I like that smell so I am happy with that. Ease of use/Durability: The cloths are quite moist and have so far stayed that way (I'm now in to the second packet and they are still moist each time I open them up). I have had them for around 3 weeks now and have used them a couple of times each week to take my make up off. If I am at the gym after work I get a shower when I get home and wash my make up off in the shower. On the nights I am not at the gym I have been trying to just wipe off my makeup with these wipes. Wanted to give them a few tries before I go away for the weekend and wasn't wanting to use them while away only to realise I am allergic to them. Thankfully not had any problems with them. They appear to be enriched with baby lotion so they actually moisturise your skin as well as wiping the grime of the day and your make up off. I know some people like to use baby wipes like this to wipe sticky hands, but I personally wouldn't use them for that purpose, just because they are quite moist, but I you want a wipe that moisturises your hand, go for it. Overall this is a cute little travel version of a well-known product. The baby wipes are of good quality and the size of the packaging makes them easy to travel with, they smell nice and are quite a bargain. I will probably buy a bigger pack for the house and keep a couple of travel size ones handy for nights away.
Asda Little Angels Cloth Wipes Fragrance Free I tend to use these wipes on my face wipes. I have sensitive skin and if I am fearing a flare up I will use these as I know they are suitable for my face. The wipes come in a pack of 64, and they cost just 87p, so compared to face wipes they really are a bargain. These are enriched with Aloe Vera, and baby lotion and are suitable for newborns. I have never had any issues using these for make up removal duty, and as the pack states they are basically fragrance free. The wipes are nice and soft and fluffy, making them gentle on my face, even on my eye area, the wipes are really effective at removing all traces of make up gently, and quickly. They do have issues with waterproof mascara, but I have to say that this proves to be an issue for all face wipes I have used. For anyone with sensitive skin these really are a god send, and I have never had any issues with a reaction due to the fact they are made specifically to be gentle. Having used face wipes I personally feel these are better for delicate skin. The wipes are packaged in a sturdy plastic package, with a solid plastic 'flap' on them, which makes it easy to ensure they are closed properly, this stops them drying out. (However the package has changed, it is now white with lilac / purple dots on it - which I think looks lovely). Overall the wipes are good quality for the price paid and I would recommend these, it is also worth noting that at the time of writing (20.01.13) these wipes are on special offer 4 packs for £3.
I have really sensitive skin and a lot of allergies. I started using these fragrance free wipes a few years back after previously trying other ones which I took allergy reactions to. Since starting to use these baby wipes I wont use any other. They're great for the skin and I've been using them for years now. Not once have I ever broke out with an allergy. They contain aloe vera which keeps the skin soft. They're not expensive to buy unlike a lot of other baby wipes . The flip lid on these is very easy to open and close. It states on the back of the packet that asda is against animal testing and funds research into alternatives which is really good for those who dont like using products tested on animals like myself. These are suitable for new borns and hypoallergenic . If you do have sensitive skin and a lot of allergies like myself, I would recommend to give these a try!
Since having children I'm always on the look out for a bargain in order to try and save some pennies and I have to admit with the asda little angels wipes i really have found one. We can go through 2-3 packs a week with two little ones in nappies so it's brilliant to find a wipe that is as good as the brand but for half the price! Firstly the packaging is really nice and doesn't look cheap like some of the own brand wipes can which means it's not embarrassing getting them out in front of people! The wipes themselves are fragrance free so it means it brilliant for sensitive bottoms. I can confirm they are as my little boy is sensitive to things and anything can bring his bum out in a rash however these didn't and seemed to be really kind to his skin. They are also not too wet or dry as some can leave there bums soaking wet and some are to dry to remove any of the mess! When removing the wipes from the pack they come out one at a time, this may sound silly but it's helpful to know as I have bought many packs where you pull a wipe and end up with ten coming out as they are all attached together and it's difficult to separate them when you have a one year old rolling around trying to escape you! These are brilliant wipes and would definitely recommend them to others.
We don't have an Asda in our town, but there is one not that far away, so when out and about in the vicinity I do call in, and made a particular effort when I heard about the baby event on at the moment. We seem to go through a lot of baby wipes, as I keep some at my daughter's high chair, some in my changing bag and some at the changing mat, so I always keep an eye out for bargain wipes. So, when I saw the Asda Little Angels Fragrance Free Wipes at 87p for a pack of 64, I thought they were definitely worth a try. These wipes come in a choice of either Fragrance free or fragranced but I much prefer the fragrance free where possible to avoid any adverse reaction with my daughter's skin. What I liked about these wipes, and it is the same with the Boots wipes, there is a plastic resealable lid, as opposed to the plastic pull back sticky tab, which often loses its stickiness and the top wipe can dry out. The packaging is eye catching and colourful, so it does catch your eye on the shelf and the price also helps! On the front of these wipes, it states that these wipes are suitable for newborns, is hypoallergenic, and are 'soft and thick' with added aloe vera and baby lotion. The baby lotion has been added to help prevent the causes of nappy rash, and the aloe vera should help care for baby's skin. The first time I used these wipes ending up being to clean a dirty nappy, so I got a chance straight away to see how effective they would be, and I was immediately disappointed. They didn't clean up my daughter;s dirty bum easily, in fact, I had to use quite a few wipes just to clean her up. The wipes didn't move over the skin easily, and there seemed to be more friction, compared to other wipes, which glide over the skin and clean the bottom up quickly, easily and often with only one or two wipes being used. Obviously, I wasn't going to stop using these wipes given I had bought them, so I have now used them to clean both wet and dirty nappies. THey are fine for just wet nappies, and they certainly haven't had any negative effect on my daughter's skin, but they are just no good for dirty nappies. All in all, these wipes may be a good price, they may be soft and they may be fragrance free, but they simply are not good for cleaning dirty bottoms. You end up using a handful of wipes just to get a bottom clean, compared to other brands of wipes, where you only need to use one or two to get the same results. In that regard then, the price becomes unimportant, as you end up going through a packet quicker. I was very disappointed, as I have liked other products from the Little Angels range, but I certainl wouldn't be buying these wipes again.
With having three children I often have a look around for a cheaper alternative wipe. I go through many baby wipes not only as I have two children in nappies but also as I use them for cleaning up after them I easily go through 1 pack of wipes every two days so it can be expensive . While shopping at Asda I noticed they had their baby wipes on offer for 4 packs of 80 wipes for £3 so I decided to pick them up and give them a try. The wipes come in baby blue packet with very simple packaging all we are told on the back are the ingredients and that they are dermatological tested. They have a plastic lid that you lift and then remove a small part of the packet to make a whole for the wipes to come out of. The plastic lid can then be re sealed so that they can be kept and used without the packet of wipes drying up and them becoming useless. Once I started to use the wipes I was rather impressed . Each wipe came out one by one rather than clumping together and the wipes themselves were really good . They were not too thin and moist enough to get things done. They are not wet and soggy like some wipes can be and when you use them you are safe in the knowledge they are not going to rip or tear. My daughter has Eczema so I do not like to experiment with things that can set her off however I used these on her bottom, hands and face and had no problems at all they worked as well as any other wipe that I use and they did not cause her any irritation which I think is good as it can be set off easily. I also used them for general cleaning and again no difference to any other wipe that I buy and are thick enough to be able to scrub with them and they still do not tear. I think these wipes are really good the plastic lid on the top can snap off rather easily but this does not cause to much problem to the wipes they still do not dry out quickly and still easily accessible. For the price I paid for them I think they are great they get the job done and when I shop ay Asda I often buy these wipes and will continue to do so. As a first time mum I thought that it had to be Pampers and Huggies all the way but now pregnant with my fourth baby I have learned that cheaper ranges can be just as good as brand names it is all about trying and testing products to see how they work for you.
I've been using Pamper's Sensitive Baby Wipes on my twin boys since they were born. There was no real rationale behind why I selected these wipes. Mr Lools as new parents had heard the brand name Pampers and thought a sensitive wipe from an established brand must be ok to use on our new arrivals. So up until they were around 18 months old we stuck with the brands we knew best mostly because one of my sons in particular has very sensitive skin and suffers eczema. So when a friend visited with her newborn baby and ran out of baby wipes I brought out my Pampers wipes and she looked at me like I was mad. After a discussion why I was paying so much for wipes she suggested I use the Asda Little Angels Fragrance Free Baby Wipes which she used for her newborn (and previously on her other 2 children). ***Asda Little Angels Fragrance Free Baby Wipes*** The Asda Little Angels Fragrance Free Baby Wipes are described as being "Soft and thick with gentle cleansers. Enriched with aloe vera & baby lotion. They are enriched with baby lotion to help prevent the causes of nappy rash and contain aloe vera to help care for baby's more soft skin." The wipes are dermatologically tested, fragrance free and are hypoallergenic. This means they are suitable to be used on newborn's as well as those with very sensitive skin. These are Asda branded baby products being from the Little Angels range therefore are only available in Asda stores and from the Asda website. A pack of 80 wipes cost 98p however you can also purchase these wipes in a multi-buy offer which costs £3 for 4 packs of wipes. This equates to 0.9p per wipe. If you compare these to the sensitive branded Pampers wipes these cost £2.49 for a pack of 56 and even when the Pampers wipes are on special offer at the cheapest price of £1 per pack they equate to 1.8p per wipe so are double the price. ***Our Experience*** The wipes come in a pack of 80 which is slightly larger than the branded baby wipes which have less than 60 wipes per pack. The Asda Little Angels Fragrance Free Baby Wipes come in a white plastic pack with light blue polka dots covering it. The wipes are dispensed from cut out hole in the top centre of the pack. This is covered by a white plastic lid which snaps shut. Personally I think the packaging of the Asda wipes is more durable than most other brands of baby wipes which have an adhesive strip covering the dispensing hole in the pack. After a lot of use the adhesive strip loses stickiness and the wipes dry out. With the Asda wipes they stay moist until the end of the pack because the plastic lid snaps shut and keeps the pack shut when not in use. Even in a fully packed changing bag the plastic lid has not snapped off from any pack I have bought and I have been using these wipes for over 4 months now. The wipes are fragrance free but when you open the pack you can make out a very light powdery clean type scent to the wipe although I would agree they have no real scent to them. The wipes are very easy to pull from the pack even if you are in a hurry and the way they dispense means you only get one at a time rather than a handful of wipes. The wipes are white and size wise are around 20cm by 15cm and have a very soft cotton feel to them. They completely smooth with no pattern on the actual wipe. The wipes have quite a moist feel to them and are probably wetter than the Pamper's wipes that I have used but I feel this is due to the packaging design which retains the moisture inside of the pack. I was a little apprehensive about using these wipes on my son's; especially as one of them has very sensitive skin and has quite bad eczema. Many products can make his skin sore an irritated and cause his eczema to flare up however in the 4 months of using these wipes I have found that they have not irritated his skin. Even when using on my boys when they have nappy rash (which they do not get often only when teething badly) the wipes do not seem to sting when wiped over their bottoms and red raw looking skin. For cleaning bottoms the wipes are very effective and are of a good quality that they wipe up well but are still soft on a child's skin. The wipes when in your hand do feel quite moist however are not too wet and do not leave skin feeling wet when wiped over skin. When wiped over skin they leave skin feeling very soft but do not leave behind a greasy residue that many baby wipes can do. Once wiped after 5 seconds skin is left feeling clean and dry. I tend to use for wet nappies only 1 wipe per child and I feel that the Asda Little Angel's wipes work using only this amount. For dirty nappies this type of clean up mission varies depending on the severity however I tend to use only 3 wipes on average which is the same as when I was using the Pamper's branded wipes. My only criticism of the Asda wipes directly against the Pamper's wipes is that they are very slightly thinner. This is not massively noticeable until you come to clean up quite a "sticky" mess and as you rub the Pamper's wipes retain their shape better. The Asda wipes are only noticeably thinner when you rub and because they are more flexible you require an extra wipe to clean up these messes as you risk the wipe tearing and the mess going onto your hand. This has only happened on rare occasions so it is not a major or regular problem. The wipes are also very handy to use for sticky fingers and faces when out and about. As you can imagine with two toddlers about mess is a regular occurrence however the Asda Little Angel wipes are very effective to use on the go and clean up dirty faces after eating. One of my sons suffers a lot of dry red skin around his mouth and so I am often a little apprehensive about wiping his face with certain products as I have found they can sting or make the redness worse. However these wipes do not do this and are gentle enough to protect his skin, but strong and effective enough to remove the traces of food that have been left on his face. ***Overall**** I would definitely recommend the Asda Little Angels Fragrance Free Baby Wipes to other parents, especially those that go through a lot of baby wipes. The wipes stay wet, are a good quality for wiping your child's skin and at 98p for a pack of 80 wipes are excellent value. The wipes are fragrance free and are hypoallergenic making these suitable for even the most sensitive skin, therefore can be used on newborn babies and can also be used on children that suffer skin problems such as eczema (like my son). As a parent I find the packaging more durable and practical than the Pampers wipes. The pack is larger and secondly there is a plastic lid covering the cut out section where wipes are dispensed. This means that the packaging stays firmly shut unlike the adhesive strips which get knocked in fully packed changing bags. Wipes stay wetter for longer meaning they are more effective in wiping up mess. The Asda Little Angels Fragrance Free Baby Wipes are very slightly thinner and smaller than the more expensive Pamper's branded wipes however this is barely noticeable and if you do have a super sticky mess to clean up it may just mean using one more wipes than you usually would however I find this is rare and at the cheaper more affordable price you can afford to do so!
My son is now 19 months old , so its fair to say that i have had some experience getting through different brands of nappy wipes. The first thing i noticed about these wipes was how soft they were, softer than any other wipe which means its obviously soft on the babies bum and also its great with newborn babies as they are very flexible getting into those little folds of skin. The wipes come in several scents but i prefer the fragrance free option as its particularly good when the skin breaks out. It does not nip or sting like some other brands and the wipes are strong enough even to use for bathing. I use these as all over body wipes good for hands and face too due to the fact there is no strong fragrance. They leave the skin soft and have plenty of moisture in them which helps the pack from drying out and a well moisturised bottom. These can be bought in single packs at £0.98 but often the most economic way to buy is in a pack of 4 for £3.00. They are probably one of the most inexpensive wipes around another bonus if you have a young family. Great product from little angels - give them a try.
I like to try out new baby products often to find out what works best for me and my son and also to get the most for my money. I won't buy a product in bulk though until i know it's actually worth it. So when i came to try out these Asda wipes i only bought a 24 pack which cost me 64p. I do the majority of my grocery shopping in Asda so i thought it would be handy if i could get my sons baby wipes there for cheap. But after trying them out i probably won't be buying them again. They have very little moisture in them, they almost feel bone dry. They feel how baby wipes do when you've left the pack open overnight and they go all dry. They also had very little scent so the didn't leave my baby smelling very nice. The packing is more attractive than it used to be as the Asda Little Angels brand has revamped so that their products all have an appealiing design. The wipes have a very colourful 'Little Angel's logo on them and the rest of the packets is blue with white polka dots. They are fragrance free though so they shouldn't irritate your babys bum. I am glad i only bought a small pack of these for 64p or i would of felt as though i'd wasted my money.
I have lots of grandchildren and they often stay over at my home on the weekends and visit on a regular basis as we like to spoil and enjoy them as much as possible. I always like to have my own products to hand just in case they come unexpectedly and they have no wipes etc, which is very rare but when they stay I just use the products I have bought to save my own children some money too. These wipes I buy from Asda, they come in a plastic wrapper with a pull back tab. They are fragrance free and I bought 4 packets for only £3 when I last bought them, as they were on special offer at the time and made sense to stock them as I have quite a lot of babies in my family. There are 80 wipes in each packet, which is a very good amount, they are nice and moist, they hold their moisture while using them and they do not dry as being used on the baby's skin, they do not irritate any of my grandchildren's delicate skins. They remove any debris after changing their nappies with no problem at all. They leave their bottoms with no rash because they have no fragrance. I find these are nice and soft to wipe over their bottoms etc. I usually have to use more than one but that is because I prefer to use 2 sometimes but one is quite adequate. My wife has often used these to remove her make up at the end of the day and they are nice and gentle to wipe over her skin, she tells me that they remove it nicely and do not dry out the skin as some other brands of wipes can for her skin type. These are very cheap but they work well and do the task they are designed to do and I think they are affordable for anyone who is on a budget or have more than one baby. I think the quality is very good and they are very good value for the price. The packet does look nice, with nice bright colours, although I do not mind how the packaging looks but some people do and I think it is fine. I like the tab because the wipes come out of the packet very easily ready to use instantly. They are quite a thick wipe and they contain Aloe Vera and Baby Lotion and so they help prevent nappy rash. I will continue in the future to buy these, especially when on offer as I find them very suitable for my grandchildren and they are worth every penny. I rate these 5 stars.
I bought some of these baby wipes recently from Asda and I bought 4 for only £3 and I thought if they did not suit my grandson I could always use them for other things and not waste money, and they are usually priced at only 87p for a pack of 80 which I think is a very good amount for the price. I tried them on my grandsons bottom and they did not bring him out in a rash or irritate his delicate skin either, they suited him very well and they clean the bottom perfectly and they are a good size for the price, and the texture of them is nice and soft and very smooth the wipe against the skin too. They are fragrance free but they have a really small amount of smell to them in my opinion and they are very moist too, they are not too wet as I first thought they probably would be and did not dry out quickly when in use as I have sometimes found with some of the lower brands, with this one they hold the moisture well. The packet is a nice pretty design too and colourful and the opening of the wipes is a plastic top and it is easy to open and close to keep the wipes nice and fresh and they are very easy to pull out of the packet and a lot of tugging is not needed with this one as I have found with some others. I used these for removing my make up a couple of times and they removed it perfectly and they did not irritate my skin either and I have also delicate skin and it did not leave it dry and they do not scratch the skin as they glide smoothly over it and leave it nice and fresh and clean. I used these on my grandsons face and hands too to freshen after he had eaten and those areas were fine too, and the wipes are extremely good quality for only 87p and they are very good value and as I am on a budget at the moment I am wanting to buy cheaper brands that actually work as well as looking to save me some money too and it is not worth buying a cheaper one if they do not do the job but these certainly do the job brilliantly and I would recommend them for anyone to give them a try, especially if you are looking for a cheaper brand too as you will be certainly amazed how good a quality they actually are for the very low price. I am really pleased I bought these one as I am very happy with the results for both my grandson and myself and saved myself lots of money too which is even better for me at the moment. The amount in the pack is a lot too and I am going to buy some more of these for a gift pack I am making at the moment for a friend of the families baby which is due later this year as I think it can sometimes be a good idea to put a gift together for things they are going to need for a very long time as well as just some baby clothing etc and to help the mum more in the future months ahead too as these are what every parent is going to need for many years and so they are worth putting in the gift bag in my opinion. I give them 5 stars. Thank you for reading my review.
I've been using Asda's little angels fragrance free wipes for a little over three years. I'm not a constant user I like to chop and change what I use and where I shop. The Packaging The Packet is predominantly white plastic with the odd mint green leaf scattered around, I presume these are meant to represent the Aloe Vera which "enrich" the wipes. There is a hinged resealable plastic lid, there is a white sticker on the lid which says fragrance free in large green letters across the middle above that it carries the Asda brand and the little angels label, there's also a green circle with a white tick in declaring that it is dermatogically and clinically tested and next to this another green circle with 80 wipes written in it. Below the fragrance free it tells you the wipes are cotton soft and are enriched with aloe vera and baby lotion. In the corner is a small representation of a baby. When you open the lid you see that the pack is also sealed with a sticker, presumably so you know no-ones been sticking their fingers into the wipes. The blurb on the bottom of the pack is also in mint green and is quite hard to read without your glasses. Cost and Availability These are always on multi buy, you can get four packets for £3.00, which works out at 75p each. As little angels is an Asda brand they are only available at Asda stores. The Product They're quite thin and not as soft as many others on the market. I always test the wipes on myself before I'll use them on my children. I generally test them on my face to see how soft they are as I find this more accurate than testing on my hands and also to test against reactions, there weren't any. I generally use baby wipes for nappy changes, taking off my make-up and general cleaning around the house. Conclusion As wipes go they're ok. They do the job well enough but you can tell that they're not a premium brand, I only really use them when I'm very short of cash as I prefer to use the softer options on my children's skin.
Enriched with baby lotion & Aloe Vera -Fragrance Free for sensitive skin - help to prevent caused of nappy rash.