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 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 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 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 July 11, 2018
I am a Mom of two, a one year old and a five year old. I was disappointed in these wipes. In the past, Seventh Generation baby wipes were simply awesome but now the quality is just not the same.
Mostly natural, non toxic ingredients are used, which is excellent. The wipe is also nice and thick. The thing that is terrible about these wipes is that they leave lint all over your baby’s bum because they pill like nobody’s business. What gets me is that they actually do a fantastic job of removing the poo-but then you find yourself wiping and wiping to try and remove the lint from the wipes!! What the world!! The photo is of my baby’s leg. I rubbed the wipe over his leg three times, and you can see the lint. The lint is much worse than this on the diaper area too!
I never had this problem when I used these wipes a year ago. I will be going back to Water Wipes or Bloom baby wipes because despite their ridiculous price tags,they have good ingredients, work, and do not leave lint all over my baby’s bum.
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on June 26, 2018
Unacceptable quality control FAIL! Two packages were not sealed properly and contained what looks like a bacterial or mold growth! Unfortunately I used one of the containers on my baby before I saw the problem. These are wipes I used on my babies private area and face! Needless to say I will not be purchasing more. I Completely lost my trust for this brand.
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on October 29, 2017
I used these as baby wipes, as well as for wet wipes to carry around for cleaning hands and faces before and after eating. If you wipe in one stroke and throw away, then they hold up. However, if you rub at all, like for wiping hands or faces, the fiber starts to disintegrate and leaves tiny bits all over your skin and ends up making a mess. Plus, who wants their child to be eating bits of wipe with their food? For diaper wipes, I use the earths best, and use the water wipes for faces and and hands.
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on February 11, 2018
I have been using these religiously since I have have kids (almost 3 years) and now all of a sudden they all stick together. I go for one wipe and I get 7 all stuck together. I’ve never had that problem with the wipes before. And it’s a horrible inconvenience. I’m hoping to find a better all natural wipe out there
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on January 23, 2018
We use cloth diapers but can't seem to switch to cloth wipes. These are our very favorite wipe and we've used them almost exclusively for two babies. They are thick and moist and perfect to get the job done. And in this pack, you get the containers with the plastic lids and that just kicks it up a notch. Easy to transport and glad to find a "green" product which is very important to me and our family.
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on April 24, 2017
These wipes do wipe up messes and bottoms well, but my babies complained that the fabric hurt them. I always try stuff on myself before I try on my kiddos and they were soft enough for my face, but once my babies told me it felt like sharp nails when I wipe their bottom or face, I knew this wasn't for us.
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