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Since my son was a baby I dread to think how many packets of wipes we have got through. And, at an average of £1 a pack, even more the amount we have spent on them! I have used different brands of wipes and, along with Johnson's, Pampers are the ones that I tend to look for first when shopping. I like to stock up on wipes when on offer as they can be very pricey at full price, so usually spend around £1 on a packet of 64 wipes.
Pampers wipes use purified water and aloe so are soothing on skin (which in the bottom area for a baby and toddler can be quite sore!) and leave no soapy residue. The wipes are quite thick but not as thick as other brands like huggies. They are soft and moist to the touch and made of quite a 'breathable' type material - by this is mean it feels like there are slight holes in the wipe. They feel strong and resilient though. They come in a green pack similar to above, although the picture of the baby has been modernised as has the labelling. On the front is a clear plastic sticky patch that can be pulled to open the pack and then stuck back down to reseal and therefore keep the wipes moist. This works very well and maintains its sticky too, so the wipes can then be simply thrown in the changing bag.
In use, the wipes are moist enough to clean baby's bottom/hands well and very few wipes are needed as they are so wet. They are strong and absorbent too. When wiping my son's hands after eating, they remove any stickiness easily and clean very well. They also have a lovely clean scent that smell fresh but not perfumed - ideal for a baby wipe.
Now my son is older and potty trained, I still buy this wipes to wipe his bottom as they are so gentle. I also always have a packet in my bag for hands and faces after picnics etc. I definitely recommend them to you but also recommend you pick up when on offer or special promotion as, like all wipes, they are rather over priced at full price in my opinion.
Pamper their bottoms with these lovely smelling wipes!
Pampers baby wipes come in packs of 64 wipes which in our house does not last that long but I still think they're fairly good value. I bought my last couple of apcks for less than £1 each which is good when it comes to baby wipes. The package that they come in has a little resealable tab on the front which you just pull back to release the wipes and then can stick back to keep them fresh again. I find this tab works ok but if you pull it too hard it will come off completely and it doesn't always stick back well after you have pulled it back so I would say a pack of wipes with a plastic release tab is a bit better but oh well.
What I love about these wipes is their amazing fresh smell. They are enriched with aloe Vera and have a lovely fresh, clean smell, almost like the smell you get with cucumber beauty products. This is great when it comes to wiping bottoms as it means it really freshens them up and takes away nasty smells. I also like the smell when I am using these wipes to wipe faces as again it makes them smell nice and then my kids are always ready for my kisses!
The wipes are what I would call medium thickness. They are not as thick as the Huggies wipes but a bit thicker than the Boots own brand wipes. I find the thickness helps them clean well and you only need one or two per nappy to clean the whole area. They have a slight bobbled texture to them which makes it handy when you are trying to clean up a really sticky bum!!
All in all a good pack of wipes at a good price.
When my daughter was a baby, being quite "name-brand" I used to use a variety of wipes but mainly Johnson's or Pampers depending what was on offer! This pack was definitely one of them, and although my daughter is now 3 years old I still use them as I have a pack in my glove compartment, and on the occasions I babysit my 10 month old niece these do come in handy!
The wipes come in a nice turquoise-ish/blue packaging, with the usual happy mum and baby on the front and a description on the back. The packet is about 22cm long, 12cm in height and around 6cm in depth so it's quite compact and can easily be carried in a change bag or with me fits neatly in a glove compartment. As with most baby wipes, the pack has an easily resealable strip in the centre, which can be peeled back to get one wipe out and then replaced to close the packet and lock the moisture in so these wipes do not dry out. It's very sticky so it reseals effectively and does not come apart leaving the pack wide open.
The wipes themselves are great! They have that lovely, soft powdery baby-ish smell and the formula is really gentle and soothing and my daughter never had any adverse reactions to using these. In terms of the quality of the wipe, they are not too thin so they don't tear easily and using one is sufficient to get the job done! This meant although this pack would cost more than a cheap one, it would effectively last longer as I wasn't ploughing through the pack using wipe after wipe to clean up a poo!
Best of all these wipes are really multi purpose, and even though I don't have a "baby" so to speak there is always good use for a baby wipe! Nowadays I mainly use these wipes as I like to have a pack in my car for when my daughter gets her hands sticky when we are out and about, and if she is going to eat something or if she needs a quick wipe of the face I have these to hand. A quick go over with this leaves her hands and face (and sometimes mine) feeling fresh and non-sticky or greasy. They are not flushable though so we always ensure to dispose of them appropriately!
A pack of Pampers wipes usually come in at the higher end of the price range and a pack of 64 wipes (not on offer) costs about £2 which I think is decent. These wipes are really great value and so I definitely recommend them. I think they are worth the few extra pennies, but in any case, try to wait and get them on offer!
Being a mother to two young children I have obviously tried and tested pretty much all baby wipes brands. There is a vast range of wipes available from sensitive to unfragranced. Pampers wipes however are top of my list.
The Pampers wipes come in a pack of 64. I will usually buy the normal pack or the unfragranced pack depending on stock when I shop. They are soap free and alcohol free. I have found these to be of very good quality, they have a slight stretch in them and they are plain (no embossing on the wipe).
They have just the right level of moisture. I have found some wipes in the past to be too dry or too wet. A huge plus point for them is that they come easily out from the pack when you have one of those situations where you need wipe after wipe.......! I hated Huggies wipes as 70% of the time they would rip as you pulled them from the pack. Pampers wipes are removed easily and the pack has a resealable sticker lid.
The wipes are thick enough so you can fold and wipe again and I feel like they are very mild and kind to skin. I regularly use them for cleaning high chairs and wiping milk from our leather sofas and when rubbed they do crate a little bit of a lather and get things ground in very clean.
The price of baby wipes varies greatly from place to place, but there is more often than not an offer on. Annoyingly it has taken me 18 months to realise that Asda are undoubtedly an unbeatable place to buy wipes from. Before I only bought Pampers wipes when they were on offer but now I can buy them every time. I currently buy them as part of a 4 pack in Asda which costs just £3.50. This is a fab price for such good wipes. Even shop own brand wipes are around about this price.
Baby wipes are always useful and I know that even when my two are out of nappies there will always be a pack of Pampers wipes sitting in the drawer as they are so handy.
Anyone who regularly reads my reviews will know full well by now that I am not a parent and have no desire to be one. However I do really like baby related products and use them often as I have sensitive skin and they tend to not agitate it.
Wet wipes and baby wipes are things that I usually like to have around and about my person. I like to be able to freshen up on the go, I handle 2 hamsters and a kitten regularly, go the gym, eat take aways and so find wipes easy to use and fuss free and of course disposable.
I bought my pack of Pampers 'Simply Clean' Baby Wipes for just a pound in Poundland, a thing I was pretty shocked about for such a highly regarded brand in the first place but then I noticed you get a whopping 64 wipes so I was simply unable to resist this little treat and bargain for myself!
The packaging of these is nice enough and the Simply Clean Baby Wipes come in a bright orange plastic, oblong shaped pack with a resealable plastic section to the middle of the top of the pack and then we are told that they are indeed Pampers 'Simply Clean' Baby Wipes 'Dermatologically tested' and that as I have just mentioned there are 64 wipes and then there is a nice little photograph of a mum and baby (I presume!) and then on the back of the pack other information given includes being told a bit about the wipes and the ingredients used, we are told that once we have opened the pack up and begun to use them to use them up within 3 months of doing so and contact details for the manufacturer are given. Nice enough packaging this is, informative enough and I do like the fact that even though now I have used rather a few wipes the resealable sticky label is still just that!
Well the wipes are robust and strong, white and slightly perforated material with a pattern of leaves ingrained into them (well at least I think the pattern is meant to be leaves I can't really be sure to be honest!). They are damp and not ringing wet and have a really wonderful and natural aroma of what I think is peaches to them.
However.....the wipes are not very large though they are square in shape and thick enough they feel really economy these ones which isn't surprising to me considering how little I paid for so many of the wipes and I feel these are like Pampers economy offering of wipes if that makes sense.
These left my hands and bits that I wiped over with them feeling a bit tacky/sticky though after a few minutes that feeling did disappear to be fair but it had to wear off and when it did I was left with naturally feeling soft skin however till that happened I wasn't all that keen on them.
I feel I need more of these wipes than just one even for a small task so in actual fact these are not as economical as they would at first seem to be though they do freshen the skin up and remove grease, grime and dirt...like I say it just takes me a couple more wipes than I'm used to having to use and would I want to use these on a baby? Well not really I'd need to many of them say for a pooey bum clean up operation and its not like a baby could complain at the sticky feeling neither!
I paid for what I got....they're not rubbish but I'd rather pay for better quality and have less wipes personally!
Available in all good supermarkets and chemists.
When I was pregnant I stocked up on baby wipes and have continued to buy them when I see them on offer as I use a pack or 2 a week on my twins. Despite using Pampers nappies I had never tried their wipes until this week when I found a pack in the bottom of my storage box.
The green packet has a photo of a baby on it as well as the familiar Pampers name and logo. It is made of a tough plastic and so wont easily tear. On the top of the pack is a sticker which allows you to reseal the packet between uses to prevent the wipes drying out. I have only been using the wipes a few days and already it isn't sticking back down properly. A wipe got stuck to it and the lotion has come off partly stopping it sticking but it has also gone out of shape and wont lay flat to the packet. Personally I prefer wipes with a plastic clip shut lid as they are much easier to use.
These wipes are in a packet of 72 but since I bought them the pack size has reduced to 64 which it says on the front of the packet. I prefer packs having more wipes but all the big brands seem to have gone down the size reduction rather than price increase route.
These wipes are fragranced, I don't like the smell of fragranced wipes and they all seem to smell the same. I now make sure that any wipes are buy are the fragrance free version.
The wipes hold their shape really well not stretching or sticking to each other when you pull them from the pack. Being able to get them out one handed is a big advantage when you are holding baby's legs in the other. They are a thick wipe which does a really good job when cleaning up baby.
The wipes are dermatologically approved, neither of my little ones have particularly sensitive skin to be able to comment on this beyond the fact that they haven't had any reaction to them.
I find myself using wipes for lots of other cleaning up jobs. They are great for cleaning up little ones faces and hands and wiping over their toys. I'm often seen cleaning marks off the sofa with them too, they do a great job!
Price and availability
These wipes are widely available from supermarkets and chemists and are often on promotion. They are currently on offer at Tesco for £1.23 rather than the full price of £2.47. I still feel this is over priced and the wipes are no better than Tesco own brand wipes which are a lot cheaper.
Would I recommend?
No, these wipes are good but the packet seal needs improving. They are not worth the extra cost.
I have a lot of grandchildren who sleep over at my home, sometimes a couple stay over at the weekend, it all depends what they are planning to do with their parents. For the little ones I always like to have baby wipes handy to use. I buy these wipes regular for their visits.
The wipes come housed in a strong plastic wrapper, there are 64 wipes in the pack. A really good amount indeed. The wipes are rectangle shape and have a nice soft texture. The packet has a pull back plastic strip which keeps the wipes wet inside the packet.
Each wipe is very moist when taken out of the packet. Just a simple tug takes them out with no problems. They hold the moisture well inside the packet, so long as the strip is pressed down again after using the amount you may need. They hold the moisture well indeed. I think they are just the right amount of moisture, they are not dripping wet wipes and ones that dry out while using them. I have often bought wipes for the same price and found they dry out really quickly, but not these wipes that's for sure.
They aren't too wet to wipe the baby's bottom. They remove all traces of dirt completely without having to keep on rubbing. Just a gentle wipe is all that is needed to clean thoroughly with these ones. The quality is really good.
I wipe my grandchildren's fingers with them, they remove chocolate or sticky food that is on their hands or face area. It just dissolves food really well indeed. They are great for wiping their faces too, no scrubbing is needed because the moisture in the wipe does all the hard work.
I have never experienced any rashes or irritations on my grandchildren's skin using these, they are just nice gentle wipes and they are kind to delicate skin. They are very strong wipes and do not rip or tear while using them, which is a bonus when removing a lot of dirt from their bottoms. They are a good size to hold in the hands too.
I have often used them to wipe my own fingers when I have been eating sticky foods, I just grab one of these and the food is removed well.
They are really good for more sensitive younger skin, babies and young children as well as adults. All the family can use them to clean the skin if needed. So they are not just for babies and toddlers.
I recommend these wipes, they are often on offer at supermarkets so well worth buying at a cheaper price. I paid only a £1 for the pack of 64, good value wipes for just a quid. They last quite a while because only a couple is needed to clean the skin.
I will keep buying them in the future.
I rate them 5 stars.
Having 3 children who wear nappies can be an expensive time. I know it won't last forever but it does harm their skin and they do get red and sweaty. So every time I change their bums I like to use a good quality wipe. I like to purchase what I normally find on offer, which is usually pampers.
Pampers is a well-known brand and one to the top selling brands of wipes and nappies.
You can purchase pampers wipes in any leading supermarket or baby shops. I can even pick them up from my local shop but at a slightly higher price.
I like to bulk buy my wipes as we seem to get through a lot of them. I use them for cleaning up the kids after dinner or even just to freshen up.
Each pack contains 64 wipes, or if you purchase pampers sensitive wipes they contain 56. This lasts for a considerable amount of time, if using one or two wipes per nappy change. Or one per snotty nose, they are gentle to continuously use on runny noses and you will have no need to worry about your little one get a sore nose.
I prefer to use pampers sensitive wipes due to they are slightly softer and are fragranced free, so they contain less chemicals.
The wipes them self are slightly larger than the average hand size. They are easy to remove for the resalable packet but I do find I always pull out a few at a time. This is no problem as they are easy to put back in and reseal. As it is a reseal able packet they will not dry out or become unusable.
The wipes themselves are soft and glide across the skin nicely, leaving a nice fresh feeling removing all dirt and grime. You may need to wipe more than once if your little one has done a number two.
As I said before they are great for the use on other things around the house, from wiping tomato ketchup off the table to cleaning up dirty fingerprints on the TV. They are very robust and pretty much will clear up any small marks.
They vary in price depending on where you purchase them from. The last box I brought was a 12 pack from Mothercare reduced to only £10. Or current prices in Asda are as follows.
Single pack for £1.20 or 2 packs for £3.
Pack of 4 for £5.37 or 2 packs for £8.
Pack of 6 for £5.
Personally I like to buy in bulk and keep them in the bathroom, as you never know when you will run out. Talking of bathrooms, they are also good to quickly use to wipe around the toilet, but I must mention I wouldn't recommend flushing them due to them being unable to break down like toilet paper, and you don't want your loo getting blocked.
Overall i have tried many own shop branded wipes and have always gone back to pampers. With such good offers on in store pampers usually end up being the same price as own branded ones.
I normally use Johnson's baby wipes; a brand a have known for a long time, and one I can trust. So, when I was bought a multipack box of Pampers baby wipes when I was pregnant with my second baby, I was reluctant to try them. The box I had been bought was the Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes.
When my son was born, I initially used Johnson's, then when he a month old, started using these wipes. I have no idea why I was so reluctant; what a great brand! They are not scented, but have a lovely, clean smell. They have just the right amount of wetness required to mop up your baby's bottom. They are a very good size, and are stretchy and strong. As you pull one out the packet, another one comes up too so they are handy for any mega nappies or spillages.
I loved this brand so much, I went to Boots to see what different types they had. They have a great selection. I have tried and tested them all (sad, I know!)
Baby Simply Clean Fragrance Free Wipes (comes in pack of 64) £1.42
This is the 'economy' version of Pampers products. Absolutely no difference in my opinion. No fragrance, but smells clean and fresh. Pretty much the same as all the other wipes, only difference is they are slightly thinner.
Baby Simply Clean Fragranced Wipes (comes in pack of 64) £1.42
Exactly the same as above, just with a hint of fragrance!
Pampers Sensitive Plus Aloe Vera and Chamomile (comes in pack of 56) £2.81
Exactly the same as normal sensitive wipes, but have the aroma of aloe vera. They feel quite a bit softer than any of the other Pampers wipes and are great for bottoms with nappy rash as they do not sting.
Pampers Baby Wipes (comes in pack of 64) £2.54
These are your bog standard, all round baby wipes. They have no exciting additional extras, but are just as effective. Perhaps not the best to use for sore bottoms, but for everyday use, are fab! I use them to remove my make up too :)
Pampers Fragrance Free Baby Wipes (comes in pack of 64) £2.54
Exactly the same as above, just without the faint aroma of a baby wipe.
I think these are all the different types of Pampers baby wipes I have found. Apologies if I have left any off!
I have found with all the Pampers baby wipes, they really are excellent. OK, they may be a little on the pricey side, but because they are all equally the correct amount of wetness, you only need to use maybe two, three tops, for a regular pooey nappy. I have also found they are great for make up removal, as well as wiping down the bath after my baby has been in there!
A real winner in my eyes.
When my first daughter was born I would only use the so called superior brands of baby wipes to give her the best, I then found the supermarkets own were just as good so I began to use then and found that they were ok but had I been able to afford it I would have preferred the more expensive wipes. When my second daughter came along I thought I would use the supermarkets wipes as we hadn't had any problems with them previously so I was surprised when I started to stock up and found that if you were buying in bulk you could get the better brands for a better price than the Tescos ones. For example Tescos own wipes sell at 3 packs for £2.70 but if you are willing to buy 12 packs at a time of the pampers then you can generally pick them up for £9 therefore making the Tescos own version 90p a pack and the pampers 75p a pack.
The pampers wipes comes in a sea green and bright blue packet with a pull back plastic flap for dispensing, there are 72 wipes in each packet and one the front there is also the Pampers logo and a picture of a baby and a duck in a bath which I find to be a bit of a strange picture as why would you need baby wipes if your baby was in the bath? On the back of the packet there is a lot of writing in a lot of different languages but in English you are told that the wipes are soap free, alcohol free and dermatologically tested. You also get a list of ingredients on the back the main three being aqua, citric acid and peg-40 hydrogenated castor oil.
On opening the packet the plastic flap peels back easily with no tearing which is obviously a good thing as this is the flap which stops the wipes from drying out, the wipes are very good with this and even at the bottom of the packet they are moist but not soaking wet. Each wipes is quite thin in comparison to some of the other brands such as Huggies but it is also good as it isn't too stiff to use, the wipes are textured and complete the many jobs I use them for very well with no ripping. The wipes are lightly fragranced but don't really smell of much apart from that they smell nice and clean. Dispensing the wipes is generally easy and they don't seem to clump together so when you are trying to get a wipe whilst holding little legs in the air this is not a problem.
My daughter has been getting quite a sore bum of late which I gather is down to the dreaded teething and these wipes have not aggravated it in any way, they are nice and gentle on the skin and leave her as soft as a babies bum which you would be hoping for. I would not buy a single pack of these as they retail for about £2.50 a pack but as a bulk buy they are better value than the supermarkets and much nicer wipes, highly recommended.
I must say that even though I am 50/50 over the Pampers Brand due to many bad experiences with their nappies, I have to say that their baby wipes really are well worth buying.
The first time that I used these wipes was when I got a free trial size pack and a nappy wipe box (it has a round flip lid and the wipes fit inside and you can pull them one by one through an 's shaped' whole under the lid!) and was rather impressed and continued to use them for a while until I came across a brand which I prefer.
I have to be honest, I do not use them on my daughter anymore as I have found a brand which I like better but I have used them in the past and even now my partner still uses them. He uses them for many different things but mainly on his hands as he does a lot of driving and finds that his hands become clammy and sticky making it hard for him to get a good grip on the steering wheel but a quick wipe over with one of these and he feels refreshed and his hands just glide.....(apparantly?!?)
Another good use for them is for removing oil and other messy things that come from undreneath a car bonnet - yes my partner again, him and his cars! He used to use fairy liquid where he would disappear for around 20 mins with a bottle of it and a scouring pad, now, three of these wipes (one for each hand and one for a smooth finish apparantly!) and he's all done and dusted literally.
When I used to use them on my daughhter I found that they left her pleasantly fragranced right up until the next time that I changed her nappies which was lovely considering what she could have smelt like!!
Another thing that they are occasionally used for is Rocky, our beautiful (alas very hairy and furry) Alsatian. I find that a long brush and a wipe over with a few Pampers wipes leaves him silky smootha with a shiny coat.
Pampers Wipes can be bought in a range of different types, sensitive, baby fresh, with aloe, fragranced, fragrance-free, there are so many to choose from that I would recommend trying a different one each time you shop until you find one that you really like.
Pampers can be bought in different pack sizes depending on where you buy them from and what promotions are on but for a single pack of 'normal' Pampers Wipes, you should expect to pay around £1.50 and can be bought from almost anywhere!
Pampers wipes are a must have in our house, we all use them not just for the baby I use them for removing my make-up my husband uses them at work for cleaning his hands after using oily bits and pieces in garage we use them for the baby mainly though as pampers is a trustable name in baby products as their disposable nappies are faultless so are the wipes they come in fragranced and un- fragranced varieties and in all honesty i buy whichever are on offer as both are amazing products I have been buying the 6 packs a lot recently as they have had a few offers on in boots so im well stocked up I recently paid £3.66 for a 6 pack so that worked out at £0.61p a packet a true bargain they come in packs of 63 the pampers sensitive with aloe and chamomile they are a lovely light fragrance and stay moist right through till the last wipe in fact a friend told me she stores hers upside down so they wetness stays throughout and stops the top wipes drying out, they are strong and wont tear under pressure yet soft enough to leave newborn bums clean and fresh definitely a product you will use forever once started hence the stock in my wardrobe from the £3.66 offers for 6 packs.
You must try these if you only use soap and water removing make-up I promise you wont go back to it, no pulling and scrubbing removing make-up it just slides off.
Before my wife gave birth, she recieved two big boxes of baby wipes, 12 packets in each box. Sorted I thought. My wife had other ideas though, and she likes to buy the brands(the ones we were given were a supermarket own brand). I told her we should try the free wipes and save money using them, afterall they cant be that bad.
They weren't too bad, or so I thought, but my wife said they were to rough and didnt do the job well, so she ended up buying some Pampers instead. I thought a wipes just a wipe, right?
Wrong. The differnce in the two wipes is amazing. The Pampers ones are bigger, much softer, and smell much nicer. I know if I was my son which ones i'd prefer to have my bottom wiped with.
Ever since, we have bought and used these Pampers wipes.
They come with a pieve of sticky plastic which you peel back, and then pull the wipes out of. One slightly annoying thing I must mentin at the point is, when you pull one out, another normally follows, and you cant get it back in properly(think tissues here).
They smell pleasent, and are very soft on the babies skin. But do they do the job?
Indeed they do, very well. They are qute moist, so they easily wipe away any poo thats stuck to the skin, and as they are quite big, you can get a lot of the area clean with one wipe. They are also quite thick, so they dont tear, which is a huge advantage.
We have now started usig these on our sons hands and face, as he is now on purees, and is making quite a mess with it. I must say our son doesnt like his face being wiped with them, and always blows raspberries, but it gets him clen with just one wipe!
Overall, i would say its worth spending a little extra for a better and softer clean. Lets face it, theres alwasy some offer on them, so they can actually wok out quite cheap too.
I use these wipes all the time now, when expecting my son every chance I got I bought wipes when on offer to stock up, these have been by far my favorite, Johnsons were too moist, I know that probably sounds silly but by the end of the pack the label wouldnt stay on because they were too wet. Some of the cheaper brands werent soft enough for me to even want to finish using the pack.
These have been great all round, they are soft to use and moist enough to clear him up, we now also use them on his face when feeding out and about, you can also get them in small travel sizes to keep in the change bag which is handy if you dont have much space.
They smell lovely rather then some of the over perfumes wipes I have used.
They are easy to take out of the pack, they dont all get stuck to one another, generally when removing from the pack you only get one at the time, johnsons for example come out of the pack in one big chain.
I have found them sensitive too never leaving any rashes.
Pampers wipes are my favourite. Being a mother of twins I really need to buy in bulk, so this usually means a trip to Costco. They usually have their own brand, Huggies, and these ones in giant packs, and I love it when these ones are the cheapest!
They are quite thin, but this also means they are quite soft, and easy to scrunch up when you need to remove tough dirt! They don't smell of much, but this is ok.
The best thing is how gentle they are on tiny bottoms. Also, they work very well with baby lotion for very tough dirt. It absorbs it slightly and ensures it stays on the wipe and goes where you want it to.
Sometimes I use one wipe or maybe two wipes, and they are very good at cleaning away the dirt. They feel like they are really cleaning the skin and are easy to use. I find that some thicker wipes don't fold very well, and make it difficult to get hold of all the dirt.
These are a little more expensive than other wipes, but they are quite often on offer in Boots, and new parents will get loads of vouchers for them.
Hypoallergenic thick, soft and moist baby wipes.