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Half price on all baby wipes and baby toiletries
Includes basics items

Online and instore

Your baby won’t be the only one who’s smiling and content.

Offer ends 29 June 2011. Offer applies to baby wipes and toiletries only and excludes cosmetics cotton. Subject to availabilities. Selected stores. Offer excludes Locals and Centrals. Offer applies to online orders delivered by 29 June 2011. Online delivery charges apply.
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#1
ideal timing our bubs is due in 2 weeks cant have enough wipes & cotton wool. also notice the nappy sacks are back down to 4p for 100 again with this sale. know where i will be tomorrow.
1 Like #2
Where?
#3
yah, just running out from the last sale, what good timing. must get to store early AM thurs to get
#4
GREAT offers!! Lansinoh cream £5.07 and Huggies wipes x 4 - bargain! Cheers x
#5
Brilliant. Just made an online order for next week and will pop in at the weekend. Valid on all the basics products as well, best to stock up while you can :D
#6
Johnson 4 pack of wipes work out to just 55per pack - not bad at all
#7
Sainsbury little ones wipes are really good last time the multi pack worked out about 35p a packet well worth it.
My little ones out of Nappies now but i will be stocking up for messy faces etc!!
1 Like #8
Great I can get the 18p ones for 9p:D
#9
thank goodness for that i have run out of wipes and only like sainsburys thank you somuch for this
#10
Excellent thanks. Don't need the baby toiletries so much now but I always stock up with cotton buds/balls and wipes when this is on. Heat added :)
#11
Cheers, need some wipes
#12
Thanks for heads up been waiting for this! Time to stock up me thinks;)
#13
very good deal
#14
excludes cosmetics cotton

Jimston
cant have enough cotton wool.


kaks26
I always stock up with cotton buds/balls
#15
Kids might not be in nappies now, but they still use loads of baby wipes to clean there hands so guess its stock up time again, if iv got the energy to carry them home after the night shift at Sainsburys lol
#16
Better get those johnsons wipes then,thanks.
#17
anyone know when the nappy offer is going to be on??
#18
nicster08
excludes cosmetics cotton


The ones I get are half price online:-

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/groceries/index.jsp?bmUID=1308765425008

Includes cotton balls and pleats etc as well (online anway).
#19
Fantastic- the Mrs is due next month so gonna fill the shed with stuff.

Questions I would like answered: how many packs of wipes should I get for the first 6 months?

What other things should I get while I'm there apart from nappies? Creams and stuff??
1 Like #20
rudey_98
Fantastic- the Mrs is due next month so gonna fill the shed with stuff.

Questions I would like answered: how many packs of wipes should I get for the first 6 months?

What other things should I get while I'm there apart from nappies? Creams and stuff??

Wipes, Hundreds! Seriously I use at least a pack a week (although I am a bit generous with them when changing etc) Have always been a huggies girl and usually stock up when on offer for 1 pound. Bought asda smart value ones at 36p last week and they are brilliant. Going to try the sainsburys basics ones just to try.
You can never have enough wipes, They last for ages and are so handy for all ages. Cheaper ones normally great for dusting windowsills etc.
Dont need any creams/lotions/potions, Plain water is fine or if wanting a wash buy a good one, halo and horns one for example. No need for any johnstons stuff for baby.
Dentinox shampoo is great for cradle cap and if on offer well worth buying one.
#21
rudey_98
Fantastic- the Mrs is due next month so gonna fill the shed with stuff.

Questions I would like answered: how many packs of wipes should I get for the first 6 months?

What other things should I get while I'm there apart from nappies? Creams and stuff??

I always stock up on wipes never have less than 50 packs in the cupboard never pay more than 60p a pack and the date on them is quite long so even if you got too many they would last. Id probably say maybe 2 packs wipes a week we used. We always used the johnsons baby bedtime massage wash, smells great and helps baby to sleep better, its handy to have some kind of nappy cream incase of nappy rash, and the baby ramar sponges are fab there thinner that normal sponge so can get into the smaller places of a baby, also handy to have some talc for when baby comes out the bath for creases and under neck to stop baby getting sore patches. We went abit crazy buying loads of different washes and creams etc and still got a drawer full of baby oil and baby cream weve never used, even shampoo one bottle lasted around 6 weeks so only just started to buy some more and son nearly 2

Edited By: babydoo22 on Jun 22, 2011 23:05
#22
hi all my oldest boy is 13, girl 11 and youngest girl is 3 and i havent stoped using wipes for them for 13 years, brill for days out, camping, keep in the car, cleaning god knows how much money ive spent over the years but ive allways stocked up when offers are on, my advise to anyone pregnant, when on offer stock up stock up stock up, i bought enough nappies wipes and other stuff that lasted me nearly a year on each pregnancy so it took the worry out of thinking the babys screaming, im tired and im running out of stuff. lol
#23
Brilliant thanks op I'm in need of wipes so will def stock up. The basics ones are fab for cleaning! Half price sudocrem is great too :)
#24
i wouldn't recommend buying alot of smellies for a newborn, i have 3 kids and none of them could use johnstons i still have a bar of soup from the case i bought when i was pregnant with the twins lol, all we use now there 4 is shampoo, talc and a wee bit of soap and it lasts ages, we use nothing on our youngest who's comimg 2 except the stuff the doctor gave us as he has very bad exzema, if your missus plans to breastfeed get some lanolin best money i ever spent

i will be stocking up on value wipes (yes even tho he has exzema we can still use these for him) and value baby bath to go in our soap dispensers
#25
dypsy
rudey_98
Fantastic- the Mrs is due next month so gonna fill the shed with stuff.

Questions I would like answered: how many packs of wipes should I get for the first 6 months?

What other things should I get while I'm there apart from nappies? Creams and stuff??

Wipes, Hundreds! Seriously I use at least a pack a week (although I am a bit generous with them when changing etc) Have always been a huggies girl and usually stock up when on offer for 1 pound. Bought asda smart value ones at 36p last week and they are brilliant. Going to try the sainsburys basics ones just to try.
You can never have enough wipes, They last for ages and are so handy for all ages. Cheaper ones normally great for dusting windowsills etc.
Dont need any creams/lotions/potions, Plain water is fine or if wanting a wash buy a good one, halo and horns one for example. No need for any johnstons stuff for baby.

Don't go mad on different creams and lotions. You won't use them.
Soap is too harsh for a newborns skin. I always bought soap and fragrance free body wash.
Dentinox shampoo is great for cradle cap and if on offer well worth buying one.

I agree with dypsy. I wouldn't advise stocking up on johnson's stuff.Their range is highly perfumed and is too harsh for some babies skin.Go fragrance free when you can. My first born started to get cradle cap.After a few washes in dentinox it was gone.It is gentle enough to use as a regular shampoo to keep cradle cap away.I also used it on my other 2 children and they never got cradle cap.

You can never have too many wipes.Again, go fragrance free.
#26
Oh and don't go near the basics baby shampoo.I bought a couple of bottles last time to see what it was like.So thick almost like a gel and barely lathers. Not even good enough to use as hand wash.The basics bubble bath is great value though.I use it myself.
#27
Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!

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#28
LoozR
Oh and don't go near the basics baby shampoo.I bought a couple of bottles last time to see what it was like.So thick almost like a gel and barely lathers. Not even good enough to use as hand wash.The basics bubble bath is great value though.I use it myself.

But perfect as a shaving gel for shaving your legs!
#29
Lansinoh cream is great for sore cracked boobs if your wife is planning on breastfeeding & is great value at half price. We use Sainsbury's Little Ones Eco Wipes which are brilliant quality & value & kinder to baby skin. They do little packs for the changing bag too. They do their own range of little ones eco toiletries too, all in one wash is good, but only recommended to use wipes & toiletries after 6 weeks old as skin so delicate. The breast pads are also half price too so your Mrs may want to stock up on stuff for her too. Johnsons are know to be very harsh & cause lots of allergic reactions in lots of babies. Talc is not recommended for babies any more due to affect on hormones. You do not really need many toiletries for babies. Colic drops were great for my son who suffered terribly though, used both Dentinox & Infacol. Also say a big pot of sudocream or some other nappy cream may be very useful.
dypsy
rudey_98
Fantastic- the Mrs is due next month so gonna fill the shed with stuff.

Questions I would like answered: how many packs of wipes should I get for the first 6 months?

What other things should I get while I'm there apart from nappies? Creams and stuff??

Wipes, Hundreds! Seriously I use at least a pack a week (although I am a bit generous with them when changing etc) Have always been a huggies girl and usually stock up when on offer for 1 pound. Bought asda smart value ones at 36p last week and they are brilliant. Going to try the sainsburys basics ones just to try.
You can never have enough wipes, They last for ages and are so handy for all ages. Cheaper ones normally great for dusting windowsills etc.
Dont need any creams/lotions/potions, Plain water is fine or if wanting a wash buy a good one, halo and horns one for example. No need for any johnstons stuff for baby.
Dentinox shampoo is great for cradle cap and if on offer well worth buying one.



Edited By: hillsbills on Jun 24, 2011 08:36: spelling
#30
At long bloomin last! I have been waiting so long for their next baby event, could have done with it been the 1/3 off everything though as I really need to stock up on nappies - thanks for the info. though & if anyone knows when the next 1/3 off event will be, please let us know!

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