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The manufacturer commented on the review below
on April 29, 2017
I have used these since my 8 month old was born and absolutely loved them!! I have ordered these from Amazon (not necessarily the same distributed though!!) before and had great products. Unfortunately I just ordered the box of 800 and opened the first package and it had a totally different (very strong chemical smell). I checked to make sure the ingredients were all the same from previous boxes and could not find any differences. Finally I started reading the reviews and came across this same situation with another customer. Upon opening her package she discovered the wipes were moldy. Sure enough I ripped open ours and the wipes also have quite a bit of mold!! I am so disappointed! Up until now I had never had any issues so I am not sure if it's bad batch or maybe a fake product as Amazon has had issues with replica products from sellers. Either way, be careful parents! I am reaching out to Babyganics in hope of answers but if I continue to use these I will only go through stores to buy them.
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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. A little on the thinner side. Somewhere between the crossover of a Charmin's toilet paper and a two ply Kleenex tissue if you can imagine it.. 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 September 5, 2017
Arrived timely. Was worried about the mold issue as posted by several other consumers. I emailed the company personally and they replied within 3 days. According to BabyGanics, the mold issue affected a specific batch. They confirmed the lot number of the wipes that I received and validated they are good for up to 3 years (shelf life) I opened them to ensure there was no issue. All good. Moist, soft and unscented. Worth purchasing.
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on October 4, 2017
I have been purchasing these wipes for at least 5 years now and have purchased them from Amazon at least twice before and never had I ever had such a strong chemical odor than from this last batch I ordered. It smells like a mix between something like butane and rancid vinegar. Everyone of the wipes smell like that. I am certain that these are faked products. I just went a got some from my local walgreens and they smell fine. I even had an old container of wipes stuffed in a bathroom closet that were 2 years old and I broke them out after I opened the new ones and they even didn't have such a horrible smell (In fact the smelled just like the old package I just ran out of) so I know the new ones weren't just "old". I was alarmed when I came back and saw that someone had the same issue in the review comments. I will no longer be purchasing them through amazon. I will go get them at walmart or target or a local drugstore. They seem to be just fine at those locations. I don't think the formula has changed I think these are just faked products!!
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on July 31, 2012
I like these wipes. Compared to other eco-friendly/non-toxic wipes, these are my favorite. They are very soft (unlike Tushies, which I think were discontinued anyway), thick and large (unlike Seventh Generation), have just the right amount of moisture, and the smell is very mild. Our son sometimes tries to hide dirty diapers, occasionally leading to dried poop sticking to his bottom, and these do a very good job of "grabbing" stuck bits so we don't have to scrub as much (sorry for that mental image, but if you change toddler diapers you're probably familiar anyway). This scrubbing issue seems to be big with most of the eco-friendly wipes out there, with Seventh Generation being the worst. We don't have to use as many thanks to how large and thick they are, and the price is decent per wipe, so they also end up being the most economical. Occasionally they do leave a bit of white fuzz, but it doesn't seem to bother either of my kids, who both have very sensitive skin.

Some other reviewers have claimed these wipes contain toxic chemicals. Yes, they contain chemicals. *Everything* contains chemicals, and just because the chemicals have long names does not mean they are necessarily harmful. Before you rule out these wipes based on these reviews, check out Environmental Working Group's website on cosmetics, SkinDeep, and decide for yourself. (If you're concerned about the toxicity of chemicals in our daily lives and you've never been to this website, please go. It is a great site and EWG is a non-profit organization, not industry-sponsored. For the record, I am not affiliated with them in any way.) These get an overall 2/10 for safety (0 being totally non-toxic, 10 being the worst) so they are considered "Low Hazard" according to EWG. For me, this is good enough. The few wipes that get better ratings on their site are either completely unaffordable for us so I haven't even tried them (like, $0.10 per wipe), or they are torture on my poor son because we have to scrub so hard when stuff gets crusted on.
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The manufacturer commented on the review below
on May 3, 2017
The last shipment I received (was subscribed to receive this every 2 months) had mildew in every package of wipes. When I opened the first package, it had a strong chemical smell. When I started looking closely at the wipes, I noticed mildew throughout. I opened another package and same thing. There was mildew in every package. Changed brands to Pampers Sensitive. Guess wipes need a few chemicals to avoid mildew....disappointed.
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I've been using Babyganics on my kiddo for nearly three years now and I've never been let down. The wipes are always moist and ever so soft for those tender baby bottoms. There's no silly gimmicks like perfumes or designs. They're simply soft and durable. There have been times I've used "emergency" wipes when I've run out of Babyganics and some of them left a little redness from all the ingredients they use. I've never had that problem with these wipes.

Not only are they useful for baby bums, they are extremely versatile when for toddlers who enjoy putting their hands on everything and then putting those hands on their faces. Again, they are sturdy enough to get rid of poo as well as dirt on the hands, but also very sensitive when wiping away a little leftover food on your baby's cheeks and mouth.
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on March 30, 2018
I want to start by saying I love babyganics. Their diapers are great if you are looking for an eco friendly non toxic option. They make great bug spray too.... But, their wipes suck so bad. I feel like it’s the equivalent to using super cheap toilet paper. the tissue thin kind.. cleaning up breastfed baby poop is the worst. I find myself having to double up on wipes so that poop doesn’t go through the wipe. And then when it’s solid poop. It’s like you’re just rubbing the poop around baby’s butt. They’re Impossible. Maybe if they had some sort of texture ? I don’t know. They’re horrible wipes. And I bought so many u_u Sorry to anyone if this review grosses them out. But i kind of wanna spare you guys the trouble. Oh and since I figured I better use these wipes for something, I used these wipes to remove my eyeliner and make up once. It irritated my skin. It was like a slight burning sensation. I don’t recommend these wipes. :/
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The manufacturer commented on the review below
on April 28, 2017
We use cloth wipes a majority of the time, but I've always bought Babyganics wipes for on the go. I opened up the wipes and immediately noticed a foul smell... I took all the wipes out and found mold on both the packages I was using. Feel absolutely sick that I used a couple on both my babies.

Amazon issued me a refund, but I will be purchasing Seventh Generation from now on.
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on August 27, 2015
I really wanted to like these wipes, given their eco-friendliness and organic and natural ingredients. But I was very disappointed with these and will not be using them again. The main reason is that they burn like hell on my skin! I've used them to wipe my face on occasion and it left my face burning and uncomfortable. So what is it doing to my baby's skin?? I don't feel comfortable using them to wipe him at all, not for diaper changes and not for face and hands. I don't know if it's a new recipe or what -- I've heard they altered the wipes from a previous version, so maybe they used to be better. The other reason is the smell. It smells chemical, not like you'd expect a natural/organic wipe to smell. I thought an unscented wipe would be totally innocuous, but not so. I'm not buying these again.
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