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on March 6, 2016
I'm a dermatologist and i recommend these to every moms of newborns. I put these dry wipes in a wipes container to protect them and i just wet with water to clean my baby. She hasn't had one rash since she was born. I recommend this method to all my patients as well and they are very satisfied
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on June 16, 2017
Best product to help prevent and treat diaper rash. I have a 27 month old and a 10 month old. Both have very sensitive bottoms. I tried a ton of different wipes and all irritated their skin. I switched to these wipes and a bowl of water that I mix a small amount of baby soap with. It works great and doesn't hurt my kids senstive skin. I use these wipes and make sure their bottoms are completely dry then apply Burts Bees maximum strength diaper cream. It's very important to make sure babies bottom is completely dry as you don't want to lock in moisture when you apply diaper cream.The combination of these products prevent and treats diaper rash very well for my kids. I use a OXO Good Grips Diaper Wipe Container to hold and dispense the wipes and it works great. For my two kids I have these wipes set up as a subscription to save money and I need a box every 2 months.
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on August 22, 2017
New quality diminished incredibly. 1 50' set pack is about half the size of what it used to be
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on January 7, 2018
The first box I ordered were very soft. They worked great for my baby with sensitive skin. But when I ordered again these wipes were scratchy and felt like you are using a dryer sheet. Disappointed
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on June 29, 2017
I bought this thinking that it will be similar to hospital dry wipes (cloth like thickness and very durable). Wipes are bigger than regular wet wipes but very thin.
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on January 16, 2018
There is a frustrating inconsistency with this product. Sometimes the whole box of wipes can be made of a soft material as described. Sometimes the whole box of wipes are made of a thinner material with a rougher more scratchy texture. It appears to be random chance as to which one you get. The last two orders I received were of the disappointing material. The seller has a no return policy on this item which is not helpful. Fortunately Amazon were kind enough to refund the last order. I won’t take another chance on this product, I will switch to an alternative Vakly which will hopefully be a good replacement.
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on August 6, 2017
This new batch that was just received Is much rougher and thinner than previous batch. There seems to be a quality issue as the size of each of the bags inside the box is now much compact compared to the previous batch with the same amount of sheets inside each plastic bag. Buyers beware!
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on February 24, 2017
I went back and forth on baby wipes for my newborn. While giving birth to her in the hospital, the nurses informed me that the hospital no longer uses conventional "baby wipes". They provided me with cloth wipes similar to these I'm reviewing. The nurse just suggested I dampen them and use them as normal. While in the hospital I actually enjoyed this option much better.

I purchased these to use the same way I did in the hospital. These wipes are SO much more soft than the ones provided in the hospital. They're larger also. I purchased a diaper dispenser to keep them in once prepared. I simply dampen wipes with water and place in the diaper dispenser. The wipes fit in my normal sized dispenser. I do one pack per dispenser (I believe about 50 wipes) to prevent any molding or bacteria growth. Between each "batch" I rinse out the diaper dispenser, again to prevent bacteria growth. You can dampen to your liking, I like them a little more wet than normal baby wipes. Also, it only takes one wipe per diaper change, regardless of baby's diaper contents :) My daughter has never had a skin sensitivity so I cannot speak to that, but for the majority of her life cloth wipes with simply water added is all I have used.

My product came in a large box and wipes are neatly packaged in quantities of 50 wipes.

A very inexpensive option to less chemicals. I definitely will keep purchasing this product.
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on June 11, 2016
About two months ago I had laser surgery on my face. The technician had some disposable cloths to gently clean the area but I couldn't find what she had anywhere. When I found these on Amazon, they sounded exactly like what I was looking for without fragrance or the soap already added. I use the cleanser that my doctor and technician recommended and once these are moistened, the cleanser, makeup, dirt, etc easily come off without being too rough on my skin. I will buy them again because they are just softer than a regular washcloth and, once again, are disposable.
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on April 14, 2016
I have used it for years when I worked in the hospital on patients with diaper rash. It doesn't hurt them too much when wiping sensitive areas with open lesions. Recently my baby was admitted to the hospital for pneumonia and started having diaper rash after few doses of antibiotics. Initially I was given Pampers sensitive wipes but his butt kept getting more raw. Then the staff gave me this wipe, which I have totally forgotten about. It worked very well. I would wet them and used it as wet wipe, then dry the area with a clean one. It is very soft and smooth. I ordered a box after I got home. Now I use it every time he gets a diaper rash (along with hydrocortisone cream after air dry as my pediatrician suggested). Worked well when I don't have time to wash his butt every time he poops....
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