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on January 18, 2016
These are by far these best baby wipes I have ever used. I have been using them now for about 9 months or so and they beat anything I have tried. I am elderly and have sensitive skin and have tried everything on the market. Before this I had settled on Pampers for sensitive skin for the past several years but even they irritated. These are fabulous. No irritation at all.
I see people changing babies diapers and they are crying...I know why! Those dang wipies hurt, sting and burn! I have tried to tell everyone in my family this but they just think I am a crazy old lady.
Thank you Amazon for making a product that has no sting or burn or irritation to it at all! What a blessing!
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on December 1, 2017
Picked this product after mistakenly purchasing different baby wipes that were on sale, and then finding out that the sheets were tiny and I needed to use multiple, thus turning what I thought was a good deal into a bad deal.

These are large sheets, contain neither dyes nor perfumes. I wouldn't want these any thinner, but they seem to perform well enough without getting yuck on my hands. Packages can be used as refills to plastic dispensers, or function fine on their own with a secure closing mechanism. No problems with these drying out, they remain wet until the last. I will buy again.
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on September 12, 2017
I don't have a baby but I always have these on hand. I have to be careful with touch contamination because of a lowered immune system. I have some of these in a purse size container, I can wipe my hands off as well as anything around me and then throw it away. I am not saying it is a disinfectant, but I feel much more comfortable knowing that I have wiped things down before touching. For instance, I have to take public transportation, I take one out after I sit and use it on my hands, and then wipe the seatbelt buckle and the hand bar in front of me. Just makes me feel better with out the drying problem of sanitizer.
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We go through about one full refill box per month (six packages), so it's on a Dash button for easy re-order. Wipes are odorless and baby sensitive, hasn't caused any rash or reaction to our baby and we've been using it since he was 2 mo (now 9 mo), ever since we ran out of our initial stock of Pamper wipes. I like that it can be used to wipe his face and hands. The wipes are durable and can handle stretching without breaking a tear. Buy the starter pack if you need the dispenser tub, otherwise order this set for refills. The packs have a snapping dispenser lid, so it can be taken on the go for short trips or day trips and road trips.

Also, it's easy on the wallet - $12 per pack of six (as of this writing), can't go wrong with that!
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on December 16, 2014
Our family has been loyal Pampers customers for the last 6 years. The Pampers Sensitive Wipes worked well and we never had an issue.

When we saw that Amazon was releasing a new line of diapers and wipes, we were curious. After receiving the wipes in our latest Subscribe & Save delivery, we have been pleasantly surprised by these new wipes. The quality were just as good as the pampers we had been using, they were not coarse or too heavy like other brands and in many cases we never noticed the difference. More importantly, neither did our children.

Another one of the main reasons we've been happy with the new wipes is the flip-top on the package. Many wipe packages use this frustrating tape-like cover to seal and cover the wipes. It drove me nuts, because it always (ALWAYS) stuck to the wipes and made them hard to close.

Plus, Our old wipes would clump inside the package and make it difficult to pull out. I'm not saying it will never happen with these wipes, but so far we have not had this issue.
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on April 19, 2017
I've spent too much time and $$ trying to find the best wipes. I hate Huggies. I used to like the Target wipes but then they changed the formula. I like Pampers but then I tried Amazon wipes and my diaper changing days have changed. These things are thick and not too wet and the best value out there.
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on February 27, 2017
I was skeptical about ordering wipes cause since my daughter was born I have ONLY used pampers sensitive but these are like towels.. I ordered a box. I really like them !!
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on June 26, 2017
No complaints. Love the texture. They tend to be a little dry but some wipes are too wet and I prefer damp to dripping. Great for babies, gradeschoolers, and moms alike. I keep one in my office, one in the vehicle and one in the diaper bag. And at this price, it's ok if she goes through 1 every 2 weeks at daycare. I'll be buying these again.
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on December 8, 2016
Not a bad price and they are not too bad. Our issue was they are a bit thin and when you pull them from the pack they all stick together. You may get 1 or 4 at a time. It is inconvenient when you are trying to hold onto a baby and get wipes.
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on November 10, 2017
I usually use a brand name wipe for my child and have with all three however I figured I would give these a fair try. Well I can say we will be sticking with these wnd they will be a staple item in our household. They are thick enough to do the job with minimal wipe waste and sensitive to hands, face, and bottom. I highly recommend especially at the price giving these a try; amazing product
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