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Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes,2 x Pack of 10 x 56 Natural Baby Wipes (Total 1120 Wipes) for £15 (Prime) / £19.49 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes,2 x Pack of 10 x 56 Natural Baby Wipes (Total 1120 Wipes) for £15 (Prime) / £19.49 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 3rd AprEdited by:"idontflycathay"

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2 x Pack of 10 x 56 Natural Baby Wipes
Was £20, now £15 - Works out 75p per pack

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  • Made with skin loving natural fibres
  • With aloe vera
  • Helps prevent the causes of nappy rash
  • Gently clean and protect baby’s delicate skin
  • Hypoallergenic

There’s no feeling in the world like seeing your little one thrive. All you need is a wipe that makes sure your baby’s skin stays clean and healthy.
Huggies Natural Care Wipes, made with skin loving natural* fibres and Aloe Vera, gently clean and protect baby’s delicate skin. They help prevent the causes of nappy rash, making sure your little one is always comfortable.

Hypoallergenic and clinically tested, Huggies natural care wipes gently protect baby’s delicate skin.

British Skin Foundation recognises Huggies research into healthy skin.

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Love these, great brand and good deal
Dear god,
Are amazon aiming to become the king of crisis time profiteers, selling multi packs on this scale whilst most supermarkets are limiting you to 2 or 3 packs, amazon will happily sell you 20.
Along with their usual price gouging and anti-competition tactics this company is getting hard to stomach.
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maddogb03/04/2020 08:27

Dear god, Are amazon aiming to become the king of crisis time profiteers, …Dear god, Are amazon aiming to become the king of crisis time profiteers, selling multi packs on this scale whilst most supermarkets are limiting you to 2 or 3 packs, amazon will happily sell you 20.Along with their usual price gouging and anti-competition tactics this company is getting hard to stomach.


Haven't seen one supermarket limiting Baby Wipes.
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maddogb03/04/2020 08:27

Dear god, Are amazon aiming to become the king of crisis time profiteers, …Dear god, Are amazon aiming to become the king of crisis time profiteers, selling multi packs on this scale whilst most supermarkets are limiting you to 2 or 3 packs, amazon will happily sell you 20.Along with their usual price gouging and anti-competition tactics this company is getting hard to stomach.


Mate say what you will but for a parent with a 2 week new born this company has been absolutely essential. I cant leave the house and they have delivered everything I need to my door (baby essentials) without fail. Ppl need to be sensible cant always blame the companies. Society needs to take responsibility for their actions rather than projecting their failings on companies. Hoarding toilet paper in this crisis just sums up what our country has become. Unimaginable stupidity.
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lukeDduke03/04/2020 10:46

Mate say what you will but for a parent with a 2 week new born this …Mate say what you will but for a parent with a 2 week new born this company has been absolutely essential. I cant leave the house and they have delivered everything I need to my door (baby essentials) without fail. Ppl need to be sensible cant always blame the companies. Society needs to take responsibility for their actions rather than projecting their failings on companies. Hoarding toilet paper in this crisis just sums up what our country has become. Unimaginable stupidity.



10:48 "OOS"

and maybe at 3 packs per customer you would now be able to buy some for your two week old.
Social responsibility is something that needs to be inherent in any system, it is the companies fault and no one else that hoarding is allowed.
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