Mamia Extra sensitive wipes 60 wipes 59p @ Aldi - Halesowen
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Mamia Extra sensitive wipes 60 wipes 59p @ Aldi - Halesowen

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LocalFound 12th Mar
Found these in my local store. Claim to be as mild as cotton wool and water. 99.5% naturally derived ingredients. 0% perfume. Alcohol.

2908156.jpgalso lists the ingredients and what they are for etc.

Hopefully as good as the leading brand of water wipes.

£2.50 a packet for leading brands. Saving £1.91!

Can't seem to find them online
Halesowen in store.

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Aren’t these always 59p
bsmaff1 m ago

Aren’t these always 59p


Yes but I haven't seen these wipes before. Only sensitive. Not extra sensitive. More to make aware of new wipes which are like the leading brand which cost £2.50.
Yeah these are new wipes. Must be their alternative to the water wipes. Hope they start doing the big boxes of them soon
Theyre available in Leicester too. I was wondering if they were an alternative to water wipes..i only need a few packs per baby for that * i need to nom nom nom the wipes* stage (baby..not me)
None available in Salisbury - seems they are the only thing that can counter that super strength nerve agent thing and they have sold out
davt9954 m ago

None available in Salisbury - seems they are the only thing that can …None available in Salisbury - seems they are the only thing that can counter that super strength nerve agent thing and they have sold out


I think you've been using the wrong wipes.
Savannah_Williams6 h, 15 m ago

Yes but I haven't seen these wipes before. Only sensitive. Not extra …Yes but I haven't seen these wipes before. Only sensitive. Not extra sensitive. More to make aware of new wipes which are like the leading brand which cost £2.50.


I personally think the aldi wipes are a lot better than any other leading brands, but you are way off with £2.50 no other pack of wipes is £2.50! mysupermarket.co.uk/sai…tml
Edited by: "thomasleep" 12th Mar
Akez1 h, 33 m ago

I think you've been using the wrong wipes.


Will this brand not work then?

From the BBC

  • Mobile phones, handbags and other electronic items should be wiped with baby wipes, which should be bagged in plastic and put in the bin
thomasleep9 h, 3 m ago

I personally think the aldi wipes are a lot better than any other leading …I personally think the aldi wipes are a lot better than any other leading brands, but you are way off with £2.50 no other pack of wipes is £2.50! http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/sainsburys-price-comparison/Nappy_Accessories/Johnsons_Baby_Extra_Sensitive_Fragrance_Free_Wipes_56_per_pack_x_12.html


Well I've used those wipes and they are not so sensitive to my childrens bums. Even on your face they burn. So I dont see the comparison. These are more like water wipes. Not just sensitive baby wipes. You could compare them to aldi's 59p own sensitive wipes. If that was the case.

I'm just trying to help people who pay top price for water wipes. These may be a better alternative and for 59p I'd say the are a deal Vs the waterwipes.
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Savannah_Williams16 m ago

Well I've used those wipes and they are not so sensitive to my childrens …Well I've used those wipes and they are not so sensitive to my childrens bums. Even on your face they burn. So I dont see the comparison. These are more like water wipes. Not just sensitive baby wipes. You could compare them to aldi's 59p own sensitive wipes. If that was the case. I'm just trying to help people who pay top price for water wipes. These may be a better alternative and for 59p I'd say the are a deal Vs the waterwipes.


I agreed with you !!!!
thomasleep12th Mar

I personally think the aldi wipes are a lot better than any other leading …I personally think the aldi wipes are a lot better than any other leading brands, but you are way off with £2.50 no other pack of wipes is £2.50! http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/sainsburys-price-comparison/Nappy_Accessories/Johnsons_Baby_Extra_Sensitive_Fragrance_Free_Wipes_56_per_pack_x_12.html


I wouldn't touch Johnson's with a barge pole. Two of my health visitors told me not to use Johnsons anything I have they recommended disposing of... I questioned it they gave explanations to do with chemicals... something called parabens? First time mum I listened to what I was advised. Love mamia wetwipes never had any reactions (*touch wood) prefer these to pampers now as the hard lids far easier to open and keep open in the dark 😊 (pampers multipacks sticky lids)
jade6n10 m ago

I wouldn't touch Johnson's with a barge pole. Two of my health visitors …I wouldn't touch Johnson's with a barge pole. Two of my health visitors told me not to use Johnsons anything I have they recommended disposing of... I questioned it they gave explanations to do with chemicals... something called parabens? First time mum I listened to what I was advised. Love mamia wetwipes never had any reactions (*touch wood) prefer these to pampers now as the hard lids far easier to open and keep open in the dark 😊 (pampers multipacks sticky lids)


My LO was born in 2015.
Just an update for those who are wondering what they are like Vs water wipes. They are not as thick but doesn't affect the use. Still wet enough to use but not as wet. But in my opinion better for nappy changes as it doesn't just push the mess around actually picks it up. No rashes or soreness after using these for a couple days. Usually other branded wipes after a couple of uses cause nappy rash but these haven't! So glad I've found these. Saves money. Now if only they could make a cheaper version of bepanthen!!
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