Johnsons Baby Wipes(56 wipes) was £1.30 now 50p @ Tesco
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Johnsons Baby Wipes(56 wipes) was £1.30 now 50p @ Tesco

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Found 15th AprEdited by:"matwalaboy"
Johnsons' Baby Wipes - extra sensitive as well as the gentle variant is 50p a pack for 56 wipes - works out less than 1p a wipe.

Also on the same price isJohnsons Baby Wipes Gentle All Over 56 Pack

Closest to this price I can find is Asda at 83p unless ofcourse you buy the 12pack which is for £6, making it same price.

Hope it helps.
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I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc powder. Their products are really harmful.
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You can buy box of 12 for £6 in Asda so same price 50p a pack
Are these gentle cleansing or just sensitive without fragrance
19DembaBa191 m ago

Are these gentle cleansing or just sensitive without fragrance


Gentle cleansing to the best of my knowledge.
I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc powder. Their products are really harmful.
BargainScavenger20 m ago

I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc …I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc powder. Their products are really harmful.


yep soo true
BargainScavenger32 m ago

I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc …I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc powder. Their products are really harmful.


Even ignoring the talc case in general johnsons baby stuff really is not that good. Aldi’s own brand mamia wipes are highly regarded in the mothering world, cheaper and cone in a better dispensing pack.
Noobster10112 m ago

Even ignoring the talc case in general johnsons baby stuff really is not …Even ignoring the talc case in general johnsons baby stuff really is not that good. Aldi’s own brand mamia wipes are highly regarded in the mothering world, cheaper and cone in a better dispensing pack.


I’d beg to differ. I agree the plastic lid is better. I don’t think they dispense very well and they certainly ain’t as wet as these. We used to use the Aldi ones but honesty wouldn’t recommend them. U use more because they’re just not wet enough.
I like the blue Tesco wipes, they are around £2.80 for 5 packs (I think) really wet and don’t rip ever.
Good price! Thanks for sharing!
BargainScavenger8 h, 37 m ago

I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc …I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc powder. Their products are really harmful.


Obviously not a lot of people are aware of that. Otherwise this wouldn't go hot
If you have an Aldi near you don't bother, the Mamia wipes are better and always cheap
y_am_I_buying_this10 h, 9 m ago

I’d beg to differ. I agree the plastic lid is better. I don’t think they di …I’d beg to differ. I agree the plastic lid is better. I don’t think they dispense very well and they certainly ain’t as wet as these. We used to use the Aldi ones but honesty wouldn’t recommend them. U use more because they’re just not wet enough.


Depends what your preference is. The cheaper wipes tend to be really wet and weedy. Aldi ones seem a good balance to me. They're certainly the best I've used outside of Water Wipes but it depends on your preference. I certainly can't fault the quality of Mamia ones though as they're a good size and they're nice and strong.
Are they flushable?.

I only buy the biodegradable ones that you can flush one at a time. Pros: I need to clean my furry bum - Cons: I don't want to cause fatbergs and contribute to the global ecological balance being destroyed through said bum-wiping.
Edited by: "SimyJo" 16th Apr
BargainScavenger13 h, 7 m ago

I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc …I stay away from Johnson's ever since they lost the case against talc powder. Their products are really harmful.



Sweettooth3412 h, 46 m ago

yep soo true


If you're talking about the talc and cancer link, then that's a little harsh; either talc is cancer-causing, in which case that's a problem with the whole talc industry, not just J+J, or it's asbestos contamination of the talc J+J are supplied with, which is more the fault of their supplier than J+J?

I don't see what that has to do with baby wipes unless they're adding talc to them, in which case it's just as likely other companies would be and therefore would be just as risky?

I'm a regular talc user (not J+J branded), so I've been following this link but I wouldn't say J+J were any worse than other companies?
Are these plastic?
deathwishdave3 m ago

Are these plastic?


Plastic wipes - never heard of a thing like that?
y_am_I_buying_this21 h, 13 m ago

I’d beg to differ. I agree the plastic lid is better. I don’t think they di …I’d beg to differ. I agree the plastic lid is better. I don’t think they dispense very well and they certainly ain’t as wet as these. We used to use the Aldi ones but honesty wouldn’t recommend them. U use more because they’re just not wet enough.


If i want my baby wetter i dunk them in a bath .. Joking aside everyone has different preferences but even in this thread they are highly rated. although award winners they may not be to everyones taste. For example we have a friend that only uses waterwipes. But don’t even get me started on that
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