As a part of my quest as a first time parent, i have made it my mission to find the newest and latest wipe in the market, the perfect wipe for my little baby. My two main requirements on this quest are 1, soft to the touch and 2, odorless. I have journeyed through Huggies Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes, Sensitive, Unscented, 3 Refill Packs, 648 Count Total, Bloom bloom BABY Sensitive Skin Unscented Hypoallergenic Baby Wipes, 80-Count, Babyganics Babyganics Face, Hand & Baby Wipes, Fragrance Free, 400 Count (Contains Four 100-Count Packs), and now Seventh Generation. My thoughts are as below.

Huggies Wipes
Pro - large size, you can wipe and fold and re-wipe up to three x with the same sheet. I have done this when my little one has some massive diaper mess overload, not a problem. Mild lemony scent, i don't love or hate this but some parents may or may not like this. Affordable price.
Con - drench in solution. This is not a problem when you purchase the single pack pullout on the go pack with the plastic snap cover. But with the refillable large bulk pack, they are drenched in solution. Everytime i open a pack to refill in my wipe warmer container, i have to squeeze out a ton of solution or the wipe will end up sitting in a puddle of liquid. This is a major drawback for me because i have found that if i don't make sure to squeeze out the liquid, everytime i pull a sheet out to wipe it will come out dripping with solution, which causes a big mess when you are trying to clean and wipe your little one dry. This is my reason to leave Huggie and move on to Bloom.

Bloom Wipes
Pro - large size, same advantage as Huggies in term of sizing, which you can wipe 3 x before toss out as opposed to grabbing three wipes for one diaper change. Very subtle to none when it comes to scent. Just the right amount of solution. The Bloom logo imprinted into the wipe are much nicer looking than Huggies. Self adhesive single pack that you can take on the go or refill into container at home.
Con - cost a whooping 5 cents a sheet which more than double that of Huggies cost. Softer than Huggies wipes, but a little too thick for my liking. Some of my fellow parenting friends thinks I'm crazy since thicker should be better when it comes to wipes? But i personally feel because of the thickness, it still feel a tad course to the touch and not truly soft upon skin contact in my opinion. With this, my journey for the perfect wipe continues and i found myself with Babyganics.

Babyganics Wipes
Pro - oh so soft to the touch. This is the softest wipe i have every laid my hands on. I love this so much that i sometimes would use it as hand cleaning for myself. Mild lemony scent. Just the right amount of solution. Self adhesive single pack that you can take on the go or refill into container at home.
Con - moderately priced. Not the cheapest when compared to Huggies. Veryyyyyy small in size. This is what i would call Petite Wipes, or truly "Baby Wipes" pun intended. What i can do with my Huggies and Bloom's i now have to use one wipe per each wipe, which mean one messy diaper load change will require about 4 to 5 wipes, as opposed to 2 from Bloom or Huggies. My pack last for a shorter amount of time than the other two brands as mentioned above. But, even with the smaller size, i was willing to compromise on this brand until i find another drawback with this. With this wipe, it does not work when you put it in a wipe warmer container. I have the Munchkin Wipe Warmer Munchkin Warm Glow Wipe Warmer, and i can tell you just forget about putting the wipes in here. It will not pull out through the opening because the wipes are so small in size. I have to open the lid each time i do a diaper change and manually taking out each sheet, which instantly makes the wipe turns cold because too much heat are let out when the whole lid is open. With this, my journey for the perfect wipe sadly continues onto Seventh Generation.

Seventh Generation Wipes
Pro - large size, same advantage as Huggies and Blooms. No scent. Self adhesive single pack that you can take on the go or refill into container at home.
Con - moderately priced. Not the cheapest when compared to Huggies. Less solution and less moist than Bloom and Babyganics. This is a major deal breaker for me because with this, the wipe now feels very course and rough to the touch. Since i bought a large pack i now have to finish this and my quest will continue on for the next brand.

Final Thought -
Out of all four brands that i have tried so far, i will say Babyganics remains my favorite. Despite the ultra small size, the cost, and the inconvenience of it not working with the wipe warmer, i will sacrifice using it out the single pack if i have to choose one brand to stay with simply because i love the softness of it and the silky touch of it against my baby's skin. Until i found my next perfect wipe, Babyganics will be my choice.

Cost Comparison -
Huggies - 648 ct / $14.63 = $0.022 / sheet
Bloom - 640 ct / $32.36 = $0.050 / sheet
Babyganics - 600 ct / $21.00 = $0.035 / sheet
Seventh Generation - 768 ct / $28.99 = $0.038 / sheet
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on August 21, 2016
I use wipes all the time and I found these to be extremely stiff compared to the Kirkland brand or even Amazon's house brand.
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on October 19, 2015
The wipes seem great! However, the fact that once opened, the tissues are exposed to the air means that you had better use them pretty darn quick, or they are no better than thick toilet paper - and just as dry. One would think that the manufacturer would make the container airtight. But - nope. 1) It's more expensive and 2) as your tissues dry out quickly, you'll need more.
I put them is a 1 qt baggie that seals, so my stay moist. I've added a pic of what it looks like; now, the wipes don't dry out quickly.
I put the wipes in the bag and zip it shut, then I use packing take on the back as I fold the ziplock bag so that the wipes can't turn in the bag.
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on November 8, 2017
I have two children, aged 3 and 6 months. We used Pampers Sensitive wipes for my first until she developed a bad diaper rash at around 18 months. I tried these and they do seem more gentle and also she seemed less upset during diaper changes when I used these wipes. We called them her "gentle wipes" and she let me wipe her with them whereas I think the Pampers wipes were harsher and stung a bit. With my 6 month old, we started out with the Pampers and then same thing. With a diaper rash I started to use these, and she seemed much less red once I switched. I now purchase both the Pampes and these on a regular basis, and I use these wipes exclusively on the baby.

The reason I give 4 stars is because the material itself is not the softest. The pampers wipe is softer, but the chemical makes it a harsher wipe. However this actually isn't the worst thing. It just makes me very careful with the wipe, and I do more of a very gentle grab and dab method and that probably helps the sensitivity as well. I think my girls might just have sensitive skin, but I do recommend these wipes to have on hand, even just for bad diaper rashes. They are a bit more expensive, so I buy both and use the Pampers for messes and for the toddler, and these for the baby.

Another plus of these wipes is we use them for hands and face wipes. I never use the Pampers wipes bc or all the chemicals, these I feel confident using anywhere.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon February 7, 2017
I keep these around my house for a quick hand, face, wipe and to pick up some quick spills. One does not need babies or kids to have these around. I even have some in my car when its time to hit the drive thru it seems I never have enough napkins I use these instead. .
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on March 1, 2016
I have tried all the other major name brands of wipes, as well as a few natural smaller brands. I always come back to these ones! They are very thick, and clean up the worst diaper messes with only about half the amount of wipes as other major brands. I've not had any issues with them becoming dry, except when I forget to close the resealable flap. Many wipes feel so thin that you can literally stick your fingers through them, and these are quite the opposite being super durable and strong. A box of 6 packs lasts about a month and a half in my house for one child. They are also great on the go for cleaning up hands, face, etc and I don't worry about exposing my son to harsh chemicals. He has very sensitive skin, and does not have any sort of allergic reaction with these wipes.
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on August 14, 2018
I like the wipes, but the packaging of my last order left a lot to be desired. Unlike my PREVIOUS order which had an attached/integrated snap-close plastic dispenser lid, the dispenser opening on my most recent order is just an oval cut-out in the packaging covered by an adhesive flap which loses its adhesion very quickly. Then you are left without a way to effectively seal the package, so the wipes dry out. I naturally assumed the packaging of my second order would be identical to my first, but it was not for some reason. Now I am skeptical about re-ordering.
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on March 12, 2016
This is one of the first wipes I ever tried for my boy and I have had successes with it this far. It's a strong wipe that is gentle enough for a baby's bottom. But it does leave some to be desired.

The wipe doesn't fall apart or disintegrate, even when tasked with cleaning up the dirtiest of diapers.

There isn't a scent to the wipe, which I enjoy!

It's gentle for my hypoallergenic baby.

I noticed the wipes aren't as wet as other wipes. It makes more wipes to get the area clean than it does with other products.

The wipes dry out very quickly, even with the top flap closed! This probably related to the issue that they aren't moist enough to begin with.

It shouldn't be used on the face. My baby has entered the drooling faze, and I decided to wipe his mouth and chin but stopped when he made a funny face. I took another wipe and did the same thing to myself. I did notice a mild soapy taste to it, which is a unfortunate since there are wipes out there that can clean any part of baby's body.

Overall it's a very good wipe and I have plenty of them to use.
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on October 10, 2017
I ordered these Seventh Generation Free and Clear wipes on "Subscribe and Save," so I have used them for months -- I have given them a good fair trial. I use them at work, and I keep them in our cars for quick easy clean ups. What I like about them is they are nice and thick, with no scent whatsoever. I also like Seventh Generation's environment-friendly corporate values. What I don't like, and why I give them just two stars, is the odd residue these wipes leave behind. Annoyingly, these wipes shed tiny bits of fiber. You use one, and your hands (or whatever you wipe) gets covered in wet white fibers... not a clean feeling on your skin, and if you use one to wipe down your phone at work, it looks like it's covered with lint fiber. After using the product, you then have to wipe away all the little left-behind bits. Which you can do, once they dry. Because these wipes shed fibers, I am cancelling my subscribe and save on this product. I suppose I will go back to Wet Ones (Sensitive Skin Extra Gentle) -- they are thinner and more expensive, but nothing gets left behind when you use them. Would love to see the company fix this product issue.
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on December 29, 2016
Love these wipes! I went from pampers to huggies to honest to these! Honest are too expensive to use on everything, (wiping butt to cleaning my car, lol) and pampers and huggies burn my face when I would occasionally use them to remove my makeup so I figured it isn't good on my babies gentle skin either. Have been using these for 3-4 months now and won't go back!
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