Johnson's Extra Sensitive Baby Wipes 12 Packs = 672 Wipes - Superdrug £6.30
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Johnson's Extra Sensitive Baby Wipes 12 Packs = 672 Wipes - Superdrug £6.30

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Found 23rd AugMade hot 23rd Aug
Johnson's® Extra Sensitive Baby Wipes 12 pack containing 672 extra sensitive wipes have been independently proven as safe & gentle as water alone through one of the largest ever clinical trials* for baby wipes.

Price is £7 but then Superdrug have an offer on for 10% off if you are a beauty card holder which brings the price down to £6.30.

You can still buy these wipes for the same price

superdrug.com/Bab…570

Enjoy!
Edited by: "Pixam"

18 Comments

great deal.

Great deal thank you 😊

Don't dispose down the loo.

Nowhere near as gentle as water. Junk.

Great for festivals
Edited by: "robertobig3" 23rd Aug

Satele21 m ago

Nowhere near as gentle as water. Junk.

Because we all can carry water around in our changing bags!

leewills85 m ago

Because we all can carry water around in our changing bags!


Don't be a fool. The claim Johnson and Johnson's are making is that these are as pure as water only wipes. This is not at all true.

And actually, yes you can carry completely water-based, reusable wipes in your changing bag. I do it every day. They're called cheeky wipes, are much better for both your baby and the environment.

So next time you think about being smart, try engaging your brain first.

Original Poster

Satele2 m ago

Don't be a fool. The claim Johnson and Johnson's are making is that these …Don't be a fool. The claim Johnson and Johnson's are making is that these are as pure as water only wipes. This is not at all true. And actually, yes you can carry completely water-based, reusable wipes in your changing bag. I do it every day. They're called cheeky wipes, are much better for both your baby and the environment. So next time you think about being smart, try engaging your brain first.


But then you have to carry a dirty wipe around with you all day....... Johnson's baby wipes have been used for years also and no-one has reported any issues.... just saying.

Cheeky wipes can't be used for poo I thought?

18 packs for £7.98 on amazon subscribe then cancel, the normal Johnson's, got some the other day.

Pixam6 m ago

But then you have to carry a dirty wipe around with you all day....... …But then you have to carry a dirty wipe around with you all day....... Johnson's baby wipes have been used for years also and no-one has reported any issues.... just saying.

Thank you. We have all used Johnson and pretty much every other brand on the market. They do the job and get disposed of in bins. I certainly wouldn't want to carry used re-usable wipes around all day!

Satele11 m ago

Don't be a fool. The claim Johnson and Johnson's are making is that these …Don't be a fool. The claim Johnson and Johnson's are making is that these are as pure as water only wipes. This is not at all true. And actually, yes you can carry completely water-based, reusable wipes in your changing bag. I do it every day. They're called cheeky wipes, are much better for both your baby and the environment. So next time you think about being smart, try engaging your brain first.

But they do the job they are intended to do. Wipe bum/face/car seats or anywhere else you can think of then dispose of in the bin. Job done

Satele32 m ago

Don't be a fool. The claim Johnson and Johnson's are making is that these …Don't be a fool. The claim Johnson and Johnson's are making is that these are as pure as water only wipes. This is not at all true. And actually, yes you can carry completely water-based, reusable wipes in your changing bag. I do it every day. They're called cheeky wipes, are much better for both your baby and the environment. So next time you think about being smart, try engaging your brain first.



You're comparing two different things bud, disposable and reusable. The water based disposable equivalent would be WaterWipes, which are £16 for a 9 pack - more than double the price.
As for Johnson's claim being untrue, what is that based on? (Would genuinely like to know as i am currently using Johnson's wipes)

Great for kids

OOS unfortunately

missed them dam oos

Original Poster

You can still buy the 'Gentle All Over Baby Wipes' on the same deal

superdrug.com/Bab…570

These give my baby's bottom a rash. Always seem to be on offer though unlike Huggies or other better quality wipes.
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