These wipes are not as convenient as the wet wipes so my husband does not particularly care for them but I think they work great. I love that they can be used wet or dry. We don’t have a wipe warmer so being able too put warm water on them prior to use is nice with the boys so you don’t get peed on. I have used these on both my 2 week old son and my 2.5 year old daughter. They are adequately sized so you don’t need anymore of these than you would the wet wipes, in fact I have used less of these wipes during a single diaper change than the wet wipes. They are fragrance free and haven’t irritated either of their skin and you dispose of them just like a wet wipe. They are soft and would be appropriate to use for adults or pets also if needed.
These are fairly soft, good sized, disposable dry wipes. I don't currently have a baby but worked as a nurse in the hospital birthing unit, so have lots of experience with baby bottoms, as well as my own children and grands. I can see how these would be helpful for times when you don't have a soft washcloth handy. They have no chemicals or fragrance so should be safe for even the most sensitive bottoms. I felt that they worked better wet, but were usable dry too.
I tried them for washing my face and removing makeup. I dampened with fractionated coconut oil and used it on my face to remove eye makeup and foundation, and it worked well. It was soft and strong, and rinse-able to continue using. The wipe is a nice, large size.
I can see having a pack of these handy for special times when a washcloth or wet wipe is either too rough or just not practical but it seems wasteful to consider using regularly, on a daily basis. In most cases, I think the wet wipes are more convenient and many are fragrance free and contain aloe or are hypo-allergenic, but that's my opinion.
Three and a half stars. They seem to be good quality and as advertised but are expensive and wasteful.
I'm not a huge fan of single-use disposable non-compostable products, but when you're dealing with personal or baby hygiene, this is often the most convenient way to go. These towels are thick and durable so one towel can handle a large job. Not sure what they are made of, but feels like a synthetic (slightly rougher than cotton). Add a little water, and it does a great job of cleaning without the chemicals of baby wipes. Towels are 9x7 inches each.
I like these because I can add my own solution and put them in a container. They are perfect for bathing a newborn before they can actually be in a baby tub. The cloths are so soft and don't fall apart when you use them. You can wring them out and continue to use several times without them falling apart. Such as when you're bathing the baby and wring the soap out of it and then wet it again etc. Veey gentle on the baby's skin. Perfect for babies with sensitive skin when you can't use any baby wipes. For us, even the ones that said they were for sensitive skin, unscented etc, they still made baby boy get little rashes on his face. We could only use a cloth and water. These are perfect for that because of how soft they are.
These work as intended. You need water if you want a nice clean wipe as these come dry. When my 3rd child was born in the hospital we were given these types of wipes to use. I found it strange but the nurses said some babies were having reactions to different brand wipes and the chemicals so they switched to dry wipes and water. My son is 10 months old now and never had a reaction to wipes, but I like to use these when I need to add some water and butt cleaner for when he has a big blow out. They work great and are pretty durable. You an basically use them for any cleaning purpose. If you have a child who is very sensitive, maybe consider these.
These are almost identical to the ones you will get at the hospital when your baby is born. They recommend you use these with warm water for the first few weeks instead of wipes. I had a hard time finding something just like them, but these are pretty much the same thing. They are soft and absorbent. You can dip these in water and not have it just run off the cloths, but at the same time not soak it all up in a second flat. It holds just enough to wipe a baby and you can even squeeze out any extra water. They are very soft, and I would be surprised if they caused a rash on any child like ever. I think they are even softer than the ones at the hospital.