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Johnson's Baby Cotton Buds, Pack of 200 95p + £4.49 NP @ Amazon
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Johnson's Baby Cotton Buds, Pack of 200 95p + £4.49 NP @ Amazon

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Johnson's Baby Cotton Buds, Pack of 200 95p + £4.49 NP @ Amazon
Posted 1st Sep

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  • A thorough clean
  • Cleans in-between baby's fingers, toes & other creases on the skin.
  • Ideal for applying and removing make-up
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These are awful in terms of recycling. Amazon sell biodegradable ones x
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Wow all 5* reviews incredible...
usually despatched in 1 to 2 months!!!

also same price on ocado ocado.com/pro…011 & available for order now
Edited by: "gingertips" 1st Sep
These are awful in terms of recycling. Amazon sell biodegradable ones x
NRE12301/09/2020 17:17

Wow all 5* reviews incredible...


Fakespot analysis downgrades it to 3.5 stars "Our engine has analyzed and discovered that 78.2% of the reviews are reliable."
£3.59 normally between 90p and a £1 everywhere, granted no free delivery though
RobHadiHadfield01/09/2020 17:52

£3.59 normally between 90p and a £1 everywhere, granted no free d …£3.59 normally between 90p and a £1 everywhere, granted no free delivery though


It's not free it's part of a prime membership
bigton300001/09/2020 19:20

It's not free it's part of a prime membership


When you buy over 80 items a year, split across two prime accounts as part of amazon household and you get prime video too, the delivery costs are negligible. Considering I don’t have to get into my car and spend money on fuel, it’s cost effective for many to shop like this.
danielwhicks01/09/2020 21:58

When you buy over 80 items a year, split across two prime accounts as part …When you buy over 80 items a year, split across two prime accounts as part of amazon household and you get prime video too, the delivery costs are negligible. Considering I don’t have to get into my car and spend money on fuel, it’s cost effective for many to shop like this.


Oh totally agree, not saying it isn't however what I am saying is that the delivery isn't free it's from a paid membership that has its perks
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Who buys plastic ones these days knowing the damage they do and given the paper versions cost pretty much the same you've got to be some kind of stupid to get these.
If these are plastic, then i would recommend getting the superdrug paper ones instead. They are just as strong as plastic ones and £1.09 for 300.
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