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03/04/2013 at 12:30
We currently use only cotton wool and water on H but are looking to move to wipes. Are there any you recommend? Obviously we only want v sensitive / gentle ones.
03/04/2013 at 12:32
I use the huggies pure, as they aren't perfumed or anything and are pretty much just water. Tesco have them on sale 9 packs for about 6.50
03/04/2013 at 12:37
I like Huggies Pure too as they're thick, good for explodapoos! However at the moment we're using Tesco own and they're fine. Look out for offers, sometimes superdrug sell Huggies buy one get two free!
03/04/2013 at 12:38
I use waterwipes when I can get hold of them here or my mum sends over. I only use them on M when we are out and about. I use reusable wipes at home but both mine suffer horrible nappy rash.
03/04/2013 at 12:46
Another vote for Huggies Pure - they are nice and soft and unperfumed (and also less wet than the Pampers Sensitive so easier to use and less likely to smear poo around)
03/04/2013 at 12:49
We tended to use whatever was on offer, or supermarket own brands, just made sure they were sensitive and unperfumed - Huggies were definitely the best closely followed by Pampers, and Johnsons by far the worst!
03/04/2013 at 12:53
We use either ASDA little angels or huggies, depending on which is on offer. Both are good.
03/04/2013 at 12:57
We are using Huggies pure also.
03/04/2013 at 12:58
Can't recommend yet but Bailey is right - Huggies Pure pack of 9 for £6.28 in Tescos. Just bought some!
03/04/2013 at 12:59
I use Huggies Pure too. I'm not overly fussed what ones I use (as long as they're not too harsh like Johnsons) but I happened to get a load of Huggies Pure ones when they were on offer. They do annoy me that sometimes when trying to get them out of the packet, they break (you end up picking a hole in them)
03/04/2013 at 13:02
We use supermarket own ones - usually Asda or Sainsburys unfragranced ones. The only ones I purposely avoid are the Johnsons ones as I find them far too strongly perfumed.
03/04/2013 at 13:08
We started off using Huggies Pure, or Pampers sensitive, but now use Aldis wipes.
03/04/2013 at 16:33
We use Huggies pure too, always stock up when they are on , works out about 70p a pack so saves a lot!
03/04/2013 at 16:35
I can't stand the Huggies Pure as I always end up pulling about 10 out at once as they don't come out one at a time!
03/04/2013 at 16:54
Whichever is on the best offer, so long as they have the hard plastic lid as I find they stop you pullin out loads rather than 1.
03/04/2013 at 17:12
I will only use Huggies on E. At the moment I'm using the soft skin ones as my usual pure ones were sold out (4 for £2.50 in saindsburys). Everything else is too thin and I get poop all over my hands which is never a good look. Either that or I need half a pack to make an impact. Didn't get on with Johnson or pampers for this reason, pampers especially would me up, so much so that I binned them.
03/04/2013 at 17:27
I'm really surprised so many people like Huggies. I used them once and they ripped too easily and I'd end up pulling one but getting half a pack out! I once used Pampers Sensith e to take my make up off and it burned my face! Clearly not designed for very sensitive skin...
03/04/2013 at 17:33
We used anything really, Pampers sensitive Johnsons, Asda LA, whatever was on offer. Now I use Lidl as they are thick like Huggies but don't break like Huggies.
03/04/2013 at 17:38
We generally used reusable wipes with Zoe when she was a baby, however as she got older and we used less wipes I bought some Huggies Pure when they were on special offer. I loved them and now only buy those, and will continue to do the same for Noodles.
03/04/2013 at 18:44
I liked Huggies Pure and the Tesco fragrance free ones, but I use Cheeky Wipes now and found the far better than disposable wipes.
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