It wasn’t until I had kids that I discovered how useful wipes were, I use them for everything. It didn’t surprise me to see other products appearing in wipe form years down the track, facial cleanser, glass cleaners and car polish. Somebody must have told them that was what people were using baby wipes for. I know I do, and I’m betting I’m not the only one. Of course there are probably limitations, and I’m not encouraging or endorsing the use of baby wipes on anything other than baby bottoms 😉
We use wipes in bulk at our place. So I was very happy to be asked to review Huggies Wipes. They didn’t last long. Well we have three in nappies, we go through an 80 wipe pack every few days and if there is any baby consumerable that quality really matters on, it’s wipes and nappies.
They have to be thick and have a texture good enough to get the mess off, without it coming through the other side of the wipe and… ewww. There are few wipes that meet this criteria, but I can honestly say that Huggies do and they are probably the top of the line when it comes to thick wipes, and I’ve tried a lot of brands. Being thick wipes means you can do a nappy change using less wipes, than you would with a lesser brand.
The new line of Huggies wipes with cucumber and aloe are my new favourite, they smell gorgeous (and fyi, are a great facial cleansing wipe for mum). I’ve already gone out and bought them again. They are pH balanced and contain no soap or alcohol, hypoallergenic and safe for sensitive skin. To find out more about the Huggies range click on the picture below to be taken to their website.
And good news! Huggies wants one of you to try out the new Aloe and Cucumber wipes too! If you’d like to be in the draw to receive a jumbo pack of 240 wipes from Huggies please comment below, and if you like, tell me what other uses you have found for baby wipes. (Aussie readers only sorry, don’t forget to put a valid email address in with your comment so I can let you know you won!) Winner drawn Monday the 13th of February.