Huggies Pure Wipes - 72 Pack instore and online £1 each @ Boots - HotUKDeals
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best wipes in my opinion normal price is £2.44 each

Created for delicate skin, Huggies Pure Wipes provide gentle cleansing just like cotton wool and water - ideal for all your baby, skincare and beauty needs. Free from fragrance, alcohol and any unnecessary additives
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#1
althougth i use these for EVERYTHING i dont use them for taking off my make up anymore as my face is allergic to them lol
#2
Hmm, our nurse told us it's better using water and cotton wool or a wash cloth. She said most sensitive skin cases they see are caused by Pampers/Huggies/Johnsons baby products. Even though they all say they're developed for sensitive skin it's just marketing really.

Boots were doing 6x63 Pampers wipes for £3.66 recently.
#3
mccririck
Hmm, our nurse told us it's better using water and cotton wool or a wash cloth. She said most sensitive skin cases they see are caused by Pampers/Huggies/Johnsons baby products. Even though they all say they're developed for sensitive skin it's just marketing really.

Boots were doing 6x63 Pampers wipes for £3.66 recently.


i never used them on my new born but after a couple of weeks i started to use wipes and she was fine

as for the pampers wipes they are a totaly different brand
#4
Different brand but the same thing - baby wipes.
#5
mccririck
Different brand but the same thing - baby wipes.


:roll:

but you could that about everything :lol:
#6
ilovepink
:roll:

but you could that about everything :lol:


I was just pointing out. Pampers and Huggies are competitors, it's not like I'm saying Asda SmartPrice were cheaper.
#7
mccririck
I was just pointing out. Pampers and Huggies are competitors, it's not like I'm saying Asda SmartPrice were cheaper.


of course not coz that wouldnt be a deal would it??? that would be normal selling price, therefore not a HOT DEAL:roll:
#8
Good price for very goog wipes. We always keep our eyes on Morrisons as they offer these in boxes of 12 packs for £7 - (£0.59 per pack) - you should see our shower room, it looks like the stock room at MotherCare.
#9
ilovepink
i never used them on my new born but after a couple of weeks i started to use wipes and she was fine

as for the pampers wipes they are a totaly different brand


we were the same,cotton wool at first then onto wipes
i find the huggies are a bit wetter than other brands
#10
custardy
we were the same,cotton wool at first then onto wipes
i find the huggies are a bit wetter than other brands


yeah, other brands seem to be more soapy
#11
i used huggies once on holiday, (they didnt have pampers) and they ripped when I was trying to clean my LO's bottom, not nice! havent used them since
#12
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/569964/huggies-pure-wipes-9pk-9x72-7-tesco

9packs for £7 works out to be 77p each @ tescos
#13
nicksinghuk
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/569964/huggies-pure-wipes-9pk-9x72-7-tesco

9packs for £7 works out to be 77p each @ tescos


thats really good, but no tescos near me :(
#14
Great offer! Off to do a bulk buy at boots now lol.
Have to say i started to use pampers on my kids then i bought huggies as were on a great offer and have never gone back! They are the thickest brand out there IMO, if im caught short i might use pampers but always think how awful they are compared to huggies.
#15
Yes we used cotton wool and water for newborn, then wipes after 4-5 months.

This is a good price and Huggies are good value IMO because they work better for cleaning off the unmentionables, so you use less of them.

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