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on February 27, 2017
I used these on my toddler for quite some time without ever noticing a problem, until I used them on myself and noticed a burning on my bottom. I thought it was just me, but after a couple different packs I realized something was wrong with the wipes. My mom pointed out that my little girl's butt area was all red, bright red and I thought it was the soap we were using. I eliminated everything and it was still red. Then I stopped using these wipes on her and the redness is totally gone now. I think there's an ingredient in them that is causing the sensitivity. I won't be using them again.
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on March 26, 2016
WARNING: these wipes burn and irritate skin!! I used these wipes on myself for years so when I had my first baby a month ago, it was a no-brainer to purchase these wipes for my little one. I was surprised, however, to find that my baby would cry and scream when i used the wipes so I tested them on myself and sure enough they make my skin down there burn! I noticed that Naty "improved the formula" of their wipes... Maybe the company's "new formula" uses cheaper ingredients or something.. too bad as I used to consider them excellent wipes...
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on February 21, 2016
I used these wipes since 2010 I believe. It seems that the ingredients have changed and these are not as natural as the old type. They also irritate my son's skin. I found a better more natural type called water wipes which only have water and grapefruit extract.
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on November 7, 2016
I have never once written a review for a product (I have good intentions to but no time) but this one I must write. Most things I buy from Amazon I am very happy with - but as for this product: DO NOT BUY THESE NATY WIPES!!!! As other people have said THEY BURN YOUR SKIN!!! Once my daughter was finally able to articulate her issues with the wipes (as we started potty training her before she could really voice her concerns) she told us that they HURT HER BUTT!!! I tried them after I understood her issues and found that I had the same issues! (And I don't have sensitive skin). I'm now feeling horrible that I used them on her for so long before I understood the problem. Bought in bulk and many went to waste - considering I threw them out as soon as I discovered this. The company should be ashamed of themselves.
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on May 24, 2017
I really wanted to like these. My son has been using them for a couple years and he never complained about them. Once my daughter started potty training we used these on her. She ended up breaking out in a huge rash all over her underwear parts. I tried them out and just like everyone else said they do burn. Very disappointed. We will stick to the water wipes and toss them in the garbage since there are no natural, non burning or non rash causing flushable wipes.
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on June 3, 2015
Burns and stings! Not at all like previous Naty products purchased! Very disappointed. I have been using Naty sensitive wipes for over 5 yrs and for the most part have been happy with them. The biggest downside is that the product keeps changing-sometimes they are good changes like thicker and not so wet, sometimes they are not so good like harder to remove from package or in this case burning the skin! I will try the toddler wipes, but not happy that they are 1cent more per wipe. This version was already more expensive than the last version.
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on June 3, 2015
This batch of Naty wipes is NOT the same product I received in the past. The number of wipes has been reduced from 70 to 54, the packaging has been slightly altered and the material is not the same. The chemicals listed are not the same or in the same order. I have very sensitive skin and had found the perfect wipe. Now after two days of usage of the "new" version my skin is burning. I feel this is a counterfeit product. It is NOT the product I have been purchasing for some time.
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on July 20, 2017
Edit: After leaving these unwrapped in a closed (but not air tight) plastic wipes container for a week, it seems they air out and no longer cause burning.

Original review: I've been using Babyganics flushable wipes for years and love them. Unfortunately, that brand now costs $0.17 per wipe. I thought I'd give these a try, but they made my bum burn. Would not recommend, and definitely wouldn't use on children.
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on April 13, 2018
These have Propanediol which is Propylene glycol which is toxic. Especially for a baby/child. Now of course it is approved to use in products if in very small % only, however when it is in everything you use - cosmetics, shampoo, conditioner, lotions, dish soap, laundry soap etc you get the idea so now you are using it in high doses which is absorbed through our pores and we absorb equally as well through or pores as if we were drinking it. And for a baby/child this is even more detrimental because their cell structure is not developed enough to have any resistance. So please read ingredients if you do not know what they are look them up. It very easy to stop using these products that manufacturers put toxic chemicals in to safe a penny and get a patent instead of using something natural.
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on March 27, 2018
Our family switched to these after doing some research. Most wipes labelled "flushable" really are not, and they cause major plumbing problems. These are supposed to be biodegradable, so, at least in theory, they won't clump in the sewer pipes and cause back-ups. They are nice to use—a good size, and strong enough not to fall part. They aren't perfumey—the scent is mild and pleasant. If we later find that these wipes do cause plumbing problems, I'll amend this review.
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