Derma H20 Waterwipes Reviews
Product Type: Derma H20 Nappies & Wipes
Description:Brand: Derma H20 / Type: Baby wipes
Newest Review: ... the price, these don't particularly look very high end. The packet is very plain, almost no frills looking, and features an ... more
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Derma H20 WaterWipes (99.9% Water)
DermaH20 WaterWipes are the purest and mildest baby wipes, contai ...
Last Update 06.03.2014 23:16
For orders under £40 in value we charge ...
by - written on 28/07/13, updated on 28/07/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
My baby suffers from severe eczema and has very sensitive skin, so while researching products most suited to her needs I came across these wonderful, albeit expensive, baby wipes. WHERE TO BUY I buy mine from Amazon, and I tend to bulk buy them. The current price on Amazon is £25.01 for a box containing 12 packs of wipes, although the price can vary slightly. Each pack contains 70 wipes, and I find this is a sufficient number to last for about a week. So for £25 you'll get about 12 weeks worth of clean bottoms. These are also available in my local Boots, but at £2.49 a pack, it works out considerably cheaper for me to buy them from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/13 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I recently wrote a review on my experience of Johnson's baby wipes. I started using their extra sensitive wipes when my baby was around 8 weeks, but before then I used these Derma H2O water wipes after my baby developed nappy rash from Johnson's standard wipes in her first few days. I always still make sure I have a pack of these waterwipes to hand, although I don't use them as our main baby wipes now. That isn't really a choice I wanted to make, but I find them inconvenient to purchase as I've only ever come across them online (I normally purchase via Amazon). I have never come across these wipes in the supermarkets I shop at, mainly Tesco and Asda and picking up my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I have always been very concerned about the chemicals we expose ourselves to, and try as much as possible to limit the amount I use on my children. This was one of the many reasons we chose to use cloth nappies, when using cloth nappies you may as well use cloth wipes! So at home my baby's bottoms have always been cleaned with a washable wipe and some water. And their hand and faces with a flannel and some water. However, we would still use disposable wipes when we were out and about. I convinced myself that as it wasn't all the time, it would be ok. But, I wasn't overly happy about it. I don't know exactly what they put in most babywipes, but ... Read the complete review
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