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on November 3, 2016
I have 5m twins and have tried Pampers Sensitive, Huggies Natural Care, Kirkland Signature, Seventh Generation and Honest Company wipes.

I used Pampers and Huggies when my babies were born for about a month. I prefer Huggies because they are thicker and more moist. (Huggies do tear easily, gave me a headache when I pulled them out from the wipe warmer, Pampers don't tear easily but dried up quickly in the warmer)

Then I tried Kirkland Signature and this is when I became aware that THERE ARE REALLY BAD WIPES OUT THERE! It did not hurt my baby, no rash, no redness no nothing, but one day, I used it to clean my face and OUCH! My eyes were burning real bad! Then I asked my husband to try it on his face, his eyes burned too!!!! We then both tried Pampers and Huggies on our own faces, they cause slight discomfort but they don't burn like Kirkland Signature.

Then I did some Googling on baby wipes and realized there are more natural wipes out there and I purchased Seventh Generation on Amazon.
These did not cause any discomfort when we tried it on our face. However, I find it to be too thin and dry. (we used it without the wipe warmer and it was too dry out of the package)

Then I got the Honest Company wipes! These are my favorite! They didn't burn our eyes and they are THICK, DOTTED TEXTURED, and MOIST! They are so good at it's job! I highly recommend it!

To conclude, I came up here to share my experiences in hope that my review can remind more parents out there that it is VERY IMPORTANT TO TEST THE WIPES ON YOUR OWN FACE before using them on the babies. My babies never had any diaper rash or allergic reaction to all the wipes we've tried, but I believe if the wipes hurt adults' eyes, they must contain some very harmful chemicals. (we never used Pampers, Huggies, or Kirkland signature on their faces, just their butts, thank God!)
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on July 26, 2017
I am shocked that there are people who do not like these wipes. In fact I hardly ever write reviews, but after reading some I felt compelled to write my thoughts on these wipes. The complaint I read most is that they leave a soapy residue behind. The only time I have noticed this is when the wipes are getting low and the liquid content in high. I have had this happen with every single brand I've used. It's no big deal. Just squeeze the wipe out slightly before using, problem solved. I also read that these wipes are rough and don't wipe as well. It really depends on what you're looking for. We've used Honest, Babyganics, Pampers Sensitive, Costco Brand wipes and now Seventh Generation. We've tried others as well. I prefer a sturdier wipe. For example, the Babyganics and Honest brand wipes are very thin. I felt like I had to use 40 wipes for one poopy diaper. What I like about the Seventh Gen wipes is that they are larger in size. I love how thick they are. I don't feel like my finger is going to pop through mid wipe. It's so handy that you can just fold them over and get 4 times the wipe, which allows me to stretch them a long way. I didn't get that with other wipes. They're also quilted so they have good texture for grip. The ingredients are pretty good. Overall these are the best wipes I've tried and I highly recommend them.
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on December 23, 2017
My baby has a reaction to these wipes that he does not have to any others. His skin becomes irritated and quickly turns into sores that take weeks to heal. I believe this is due to the second most used ingredient cocamidopropyl PG dimonium chloride phosphate. This ingredient is not found in most other wipes and is found to be linked to contact dermatitis. If your baby has sensitive skin I do not recommend. It took us some time to figure this out since we weren't using them consistently.
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on June 11, 2017
I've tried multiple "greener" brands & they all work equally fine but what I appreciate is the pacakgining here. Not the look but how the wipe comes out. With brands like Honest Co. the wipes would get stuck or rip or mutilpe would pull out. I almost never have that problem with these wipes which is why I continue to come back to them. Holding your babes feet up in the air so their dirty bum doesn't touch the pad & trying to deal with pulling wipes out can be its own little slice of hell so having these come out easily makes all the difference.
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on July 17, 2017
I preferred Seventh Generation Original Soft and Gentle Free and Clear Baby Wipes, 350 Count much more (photo of the better version in review). But they are "no longer available through the Subscribe & Save program. To maintain your current delivery schedule, we're sending you Seventh Generation Free and Clear Baby Wipes with Flip Top Dispenser, 384 Count, a similar item."

Subscribe & Save automatically "upgraded" me to these wipes- which include less wipes for a higher price. These wipes feel more like cardboard than the previous Soft and Gentle version. I will be switching brands entirely due to a poor experience. The least Seventh Generation could have done was send a more personalized message explaining why they upgraded/changed the wipes, why they are better, etc.. Little baby bums are sensitive to change!
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on November 4, 2016
My kids both red heads and have the most sensitive skin. I'm talking they brush up on a pillow the wrong way and have red skin for hours. My son is now 3 so he is potty trained but we used these on him and loved them so naturally continued them with my daughter who is now almost a year. Even despite their very sensitive skin, they rarely had diaper rashes and I credit to these wipes. They are the perfect amount of wet to help you clean them but not too much where you leave their little bums wet. I hope they never stop making these because I will continue to buy these for face wipes on the go, again no rash that usually appears with other wipes.
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on November 1, 2017
I’ve been using Seventh Generation wipes for a long time. The past few shipments I have received have been MUCH lower quality than they used to be. The pill up all over my baby’s butt when I use them to wipe him. What is the point of a wipe if I have to clean little bits of wipe off after using it? Very, very disappointed in Seventh Generation. I am looking for a suitable, natural replacement and will update when I find a good one.
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on September 12, 2016
I like the wipe itself, but the box was covered with mold. Amazon was able to send me replacement, but I really think they need to pay more attention to their QA/QC process.
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on May 23, 2016
I really like this brand for other products especially when it comes to cleaning, but was extremely disappointed with these wipes. I was pleased with the price considering the large quantity I received for natural wipes, but that was before I actually tried them. The wipes leave a soapy residue on my baby's skin, not to mention the lint particles left behind. Neither of which are ideal when trying to wipe poop off a bottom or food off face/hands. I will NOT purchase these again. I plan to buy Amazon's brand next time, which I've been quite pleased with in the past.
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on November 7, 2017
I started using these a few months ago when my usual brand (babyganics) was unavailable. It was supposed to be temporary until my usual brand was back on the shelves. After trying these, I am sticking with these. They are thick so i need fewer wipes and i never run into issues with some of the wipes not being wet enough. They are gentle enough on my babies skin so i feel comfortable wiping off his face if I need To. They come in a nice resealable package that keeps the wipes wet but the package is not bulky so it takes up minimal space in the diaper bag.
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