20 packs of Natural Care Huggies wipes £10 @ amazon PRIME
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20 packs of Natural Care Huggies wipes £10 @ amazon PRIME

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Found 24th Sep 2017
Bulk buy item for prime customers ONLY.
Save another 50p with s&s
Package contains 2 boxes of 10 x 56 wipes
Natural care huggies contain aloe vera
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Good price. These have been consistent the best wipes with my 4. They're just awkward getting them out the pack sometimes.
Got these for £8.50 because i have more than 5 items for delivery on subscribe and save.. wife uses these for the leather suite and also good to have in the car .. hot from me
Been using water wipe as my baby is 3 months and was told these are best for new born.. But I have spent a fortune in these now.. How are these? Anyone have any advice? What would be the best brand to move on to that isn't 4 times the price?

Thanks in advance
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Who1111125 m ago

Been using water wipe as my baby is 3 months and was told these are best …Been using water wipe as my baby is 3 months and was told these are best for new born.. But I have spent a fortune in these now.. How are these? Anyone have any advice? What would be the best brand to move on to that isn't 4 times the price?Thanks in advance


I used Huggies for my babies ..... They were allergic to pampers
I found them to have a nice 'cotton' feel
If you don't want 20 packets, the 12 pack box costs the same per packet (50p) and is also available at Asda for the same price. Not voting either way.
It used to be around this price...for everyone!
Wow! Very nice deal! Thanks(party)
Thanks for this
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lolamont34 m ago

Thanks for this

You're welcome
Dispose of carefully. Not down the loo!
Who1111123 h, 33 m ago

Been using water wipe as my baby is 3 months and was told these are best …Been using water wipe as my baby is 3 months and was told these are best for new born.. But I have spent a fortune in these now.. How are these? Anyone have any advice? What would be the best brand to move on to that isn't 4 times the price?Thanks in advance


I use aldi wipes (and nappies) on mine, they do sensitive non fragranced ones as well, these were the best on my two as they both had really sensitive skin. They're in a pack of 4 for less than £3, Or you could use water on cotton wool which is even cheaper x
Who1111123 h, 42 m ago

Been using water wipe as my baby is 3 months and was told these are best …Been using water wipe as my baby is 3 months and was told these are best for new born.. But I have spent a fortune in these now.. How are these? Anyone have any advice? What would be the best brand to move on to that isn't 4 times the price?Thanks in advance

I've found them great. They aren't too wet like some, especially when you get to the end of a pack. They don't slip around as much when you're cleaning the baby or toddler, I find I don't need to use as many either. Because they aren't as wet as some I find they get the muck of kids bums much easier (you know the types of poo that just stick on like they've been welded there) because they have a little more grip and absorb a bit more.
I've used most brands going and these are always the go to wipes.
Who11111224th Sep

Been using water wipe as my baby is 3 months and was told these are best …Been using water wipe as my baby is 3 months and was told these are best for new born.. But I have spent a fortune in these now.. How are these? Anyone have any advice? What would be the best brand to move on to that isn't 4 times the price?Thanks in advance


Use Huggies ‘pure’. Save yourself a fortune on water wipes!
Good deal... but I am sticking with pure... used them for all 4 kids and still the best... they also get food / crayon / felt tipstains out of pretty much anything!
I love the scent of these, they're almost "Apple"-y, though they do tear off in bits trying to get them out the pack, sometimes, which gets annoying.
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