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  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Hypoallergenic, suitable from birth, fragrance free

    • Weaknesses:

      Expensive, lots of excess water, bunch together when pulling out of packet

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    Great wipes - my babies, who have sensitive skin, rarely get nappy rash. They are readily available from most shops and contain no chemicals or fragrance; they’re purely wipes and water.
    However, by comparison to other wipes, they’re very expensive. They are also a lot ‘wetter’ than other wine brands; when you leave them on fabric (ie sofa, clothes, bedding, etc.) the material soaks through. Occasionally, the wipes get stuck when pulling them out of the packet and they come out in clumps. I think this is a result of them being rather wet.
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      Very gentle on newborn skin

    • Weaknesses:

      Expensive

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    I love water wipes for the newborn period when you don't want to use harsher baby wipes on sensitive skin. They are very effective for the nasty early nappies our lovely bundles of joy provide us with. They are quite expensive compared to other brands of wipes though.
  • 3.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Soft and doesnt cause skin to react

    • Weaknesses:

      Leak

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    Some of the children I look after have these wipes. They are soft and doesn’t cause reaction to the skin. However they do leak as the sticking window doesn’t stay shut once’s open and used multiple times. I ended up putting them in an extra bag so they didn’t leak on spare clothes. It kind of need the plastic lid most wipes have as they are very watery so therefore need to be in a packet that is watertight
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      Large, soft wipes

    • Weaknesses:

      Hard to get out the pack, pricey

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    I love these wipes and although they’re slightly more expensive I do think they’re worth it. I know some people find them too wet but I like that about them and the fact there’s very little ingredients to them apart from water so I feel like they’re the best for my baby’s skin. I find the wipes are larger than other brands so I need fewer which probably balances out the cost. It’s just tricky to get the wipes out one at a time - several sometimes come at once.
  • 4.50/5
    • Strengths:

      No chemicals, they clean really well

    • Weaknesses:

      price, a bit too wet

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    The only wipes on the market which don't have a really long ingredients list, no preservatives and irritating chemicals. I really like that they literally reflect using a cotton wool and water, but it's in a wipe :) They clean really well but they are a bit too expensive and I gave a lower score for hygiene because with them being SO wet it can contribute to a sore bum if we put a nappy on while it's still not dry...
  • 3.75/5
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    Yes they are good as it’s only water so no chemicals but they are a nightmare to use. The packaging is so poor and cheap. If You need wipes in a rush and need them to come out one by one is then not for you! the wipes stick together and are soaked with water, they don’t come out individual so are a nightmare! I hate this product.
  • 4.88/5
    • Strengths:

      Nice and moist, cleanest and most natural wipes I’ve used

    • Weaknesses:

      Hard to separate when pulling out of packet

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    Love love love these wipes. I was adamant I want to use these wipes from the start due to their natural credentials, but little did I know they’d also be the most cleanly I’d use too. As a new mum you do receive other wipes as gifts and to tried, but I found a lot of other wipes fairly dry in comparison and you had to scrub baby more to remove the stubborn poop. Waterwipes in comparison are incredibly moist and clean everything in one wipe and therefore I keep going back to them.

    My husbands only complaint which I do agree with is that they are hard to separate each wipe when pulling from the packet, so you do regularly end up with a fist full you have to stuff back in, but even given that they’re still my favourite to date.
  • 2.50/5
    • Strengths:

      No chemicals

    • Weaknesses:

      Too wet and thin

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    I bought Water Wipes having read great reviews about how much better they are than regular baby wipes. After using them on my newborn for a couple of weeks, he had such a sore little bottom. His skin was red raw and only seem d to get worse. I put it down to how wet the water wipes left his skin. I started to dry his bottom after using the wipes and then decided to stop using them altogether. His sore bottom cleared up so I have not gone back to using water wipes. I also found the wipes quite thin and my nails would go through when wiping.
  • 4.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Natural, no chemicals, soft

    • Weaknesses:

      A bit too wet, pricey

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    It's quite strange that a product with virtually just water in is so much more expensive than other wipes. However, I wanted just the best for my baby especially in the early days, so it was a no brainer. Essentially this is just like cotton wool and water just much less mess and easier to use. Sometimes wipes come out a bit too wet, which is not helpful if dealing with runny poop. Other improvements could be packaging, as the wipes don't always come out separately and the stick on "lid" doesn't stick after a few uses.
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Soft, wet, efficient product

    • Weaknesses:

      Too expensive

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    I really like them. Thy are soft and really wet so it cleans all the dirt. I have my first son so I want for him to have everything natural and pure.
  • 4.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Newborn friendly, thick, natural, good for sensitive bottoms/faces

    • Weaknesses:

      Very wet, expensive

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    I do love these, I used them on my daughter up to a year as she had very sensitive skin and any other wipe had too many ingredients in them which resulted in nappy rash. They are hard wearing so I wasn’t worried about putting a finger through them when cleaning up mess, moist enough to clean up a very dirty bottom, and kind enough to her skin to not ever create a reaction.

    Yes brilliant however they have a price tag to match, I believe just on the point of too expensive to continue and I was able to move onto another sensitive brand as my daughters skin improved to other products.
    The wipes can also be very wet and leak which is not ideal in a nappy bag when you accidentally left the top off or it wasn’t secured properly.

    I have purchased for my 2nd child and will recommend them but you will go through them quickly and the costs do mount up with all your additional purchases.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      They clean your childs Bottom

    • Weaknesses:

      A little to much water

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    I had to use these on my youngest due to sensitive skin.
    They do what they say on the Packet. I would just say maybe a little to much extra water. Bot good if you Accidental stand on the packet. Soggy sock.
  • 4.75/5
    • Strengths:

      The best wipes I have use

    • Weaknesses:

      None

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    Love these wipes could be a bit cheaper tho would use them all time if they was they can be to wet good for baby's would recommend this product
  • 3.25/5
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    Over rated and over priced product. It does exactly the same as extra sensitive, and 99% pure wipes from any other brands but cost over double of any other product on the market. I also found then being very cold to touch and a bit too wet for my liking.
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      Only 2 ingredients

    • Weaknesses:

      Can get quite soggy towards the end of pack

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    I love these wipes!
    I used these on my first born in 2014 and will use them again with my third child due in August.
    I love the fact they’re only created with water and fruit extract, perfect for a newborn’s sensitive skin.
    Only downside is the pack can start to get quite soggy when there are not many wipes left. Also they are quite expensive but if it means less chemical on my baby’s skin then it’s worth it!
  • 3.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Do the job

    • Weaknesses:

      Very wet and expensive

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    Used these for the first few weeks. Found them very expensive especially when your going through so many at this stage. They are also very wet so I found I was having. To dry the bum after using them so it didn’t get chapped. Regular nappies are better in my opinion.
  • 4.38/5
    • Strengths:

      Very wet so good for cleaning sticky ‘mess’

    • Weaknesses:

      Expensive

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    I got these as a sample and I have to say I was quite impressed by them. There’s no harsh chemicals on them so can be used for newborns and they are very wet so really good for those really sticky poos! We are still experimenting with new foods in weaning at the moment so nappy’s can be interesting to say the least! These clean everything up very easily.
    I did struggle to get them out of the packet though, maybe because it was just a sample pack so there was only a few in it but when I pulled the top one out they all came out.
    I did think they were good but the price puts me off, I normally used Asda’s own sensitive or Aldi’s own sensitive and I can get about 5x the amount of those for the price of one pack of these.
  • 2.13/5
    • Strengths:

      Does the job

    • Weaknesses:

      Price, very wet

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    I was expecting this product to be brilliant, maybe it’s just personal preference. These wipes are way too wet. they did job but I found I had to use cotton wool after on my baby casher it left her too wet. I think they are very overrated. Only bought them to try.
  • 5.00/5
    • Strengths:

      No harsh chemicals

    • Weaknesses:

      Price is high

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    I absolutely love water wipes, they are gentle on my babies skin, no chemicals in it, I wouldn't use anything else on my babies delicate skin. Other brands of wipes can literally clean paint off of walls! So why would you use that on your baby???? They may be a bit more expensive but worth it
  • 3.25/5
    • Strengths:

      Natural

    • Weaknesses:

      Watery and packaging

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    I used these for about 3 weeks and found them way too watery, always had to wipe little one with a dry cloth after using them. The packaging is poor, always ended up leaking in the baby changing bag
  • 4.25/5
    • Strengths:

      No harsh chemicals

    • Weaknesses:

      Very "wet" wipes and expensive

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    Great for use in newborn skin due to no chemicals, smell wonderful thank s to fruit extract. Great for getting large messes up easily however they are very "wet" compared to other wipes I've used, therefore the toy are often very cold wipes which upset baby. Quite expensive too per pack so best off buying when they are on offer.
  • 3.63/5
    • Strengths:

      I feel they are so much kinder to my babies skin than the traditional wipes I used with my first.

    • Weaknesses:

      Pricey (but dare I say worth it)

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    Although pricey I feel these have so many advantages over the traditional wipes I used with my first daughter, much kinder to the skin. A little hard to get out the packet one at a time but that’s not an issue. Would recommend for sure.
  • 4.13/5
    • Strengths:

      Gentle and non irritating to sensitive skin

    • Weaknesses:

      Difficult to get out of the packet, not good for wiping clothes etc.

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    These wipes are great for nappy changes because they don’t contain any irritants. They’re great for preventing nappy rash and also wiping messy little faces and hands because they’re so gentle. They’re also super wet - much more so than normal wipes. If you leave one on the sofa for a few seconds it leaves a huge wet patch behind!

    The downside is that I like wet wipes to be multi functional, getting stains off clothes and stuff too but because they are just water, they’re rubbish for that. I carry round two packs of wipes in my changing bag, the water wipes and a normal pack for wiping sick of mine and the baby’s clothes etc.

    The other annoying thing about them is that they aren’t packaged so that the next wipe comes out after you pull the first one so you find yourself digging around to get them out packet and when there are only a few left you end up pulling 5 or six out to separate them.

    All this being said, they are really great for bum changes because they’re so gentle on the skin and for that reason I wouldn’t switch to other wipes.
  • 4.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Hygienic, no chemicals, natural

    • Weaknesses:

      A little expensive

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    We have used water wipes since the time our baby was born. Our baby has a sensitive skin and we think water wipes are the most natural and hygienic wipes. They stay wet for a long time and do not dry up. Also, the fact that it only water and fruit makes us use it more. The only drawback is the price as it is a little bit on the higher side if you compare other similar products in the market.
  • 4.63/5
    • Strengths:

      Perfect for sensitive skin

    • Weaknesses:

      Expensive

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    We found these the most sensitive of the disposable wipes. Which was great for my son. we tried many different brands. They are very gentle, can be used from birth. The main down side is the cost as we haven't found them on offer very often, unlike other brands. For babies with sensitive skin these are great.
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A baby's skin is so much more sensitive than ours. Waterwipes are a pure and gentle way to clean the most delicate of bottoms, faces, or anywhere else. WaterWipes are the only wipes made with only 2 ingredients: 99.9% water and a drop of fruit extract. The water is specially purified and softened, and the fruit is a tiny drop of grapefruit seed extract, a natural skin conditioner.

WaterWipes are hypoallergenic and won't irritate the skin. You will be reasured to know that the National Eczema Association has awarded their Seal of Acceptance to WaterWipes. They may even help avoid nappy rash and other skin conditions.

Pure. Simple. Gentle. Kind... Just what your baby needs.

 Features:

  • 99.9% Water and a drop of fruit extract
  • May help avoid nappy rash
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Fragrance and Alcohol Free
  • Suitable for use on newborn
  • National Eczema Association has awarded the Seal of Acceptance to WaterWipes.

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