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    Would love to be considered for this review. I have an 11 month old and certainly use wipes regularly! We have had problems with some brands of wipes in the past, so I am keen to try another product that contains no nasties.

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    My 16mth ds has just recovered from a severe nappy rash where he developed a minor staff infection. Not sure on the cause still but wanting to try some new wipes as I feel they may've been the issue and have been using warm water and cloth ever since. It's not very nice I'm not gonna lie!

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    I'd love to test these please. I have 2 in nappies - a 22mo boy and a 12 week old girl both of whom get sore bottoms from some wipes. We could use them as long as required (with the proviso that I would discontinue use if they caused skin irritation!) and could write a review in the appropriate time. I could also try a few on DD (36m) when her overnight nappy comes off - she has stupidly sensitive skin like mine. I'm always on the look out for "safe" products =)

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    I'd love to review these. I often feel a small amount of guilt we didn't use MCN's, using biodegradable wipes would be make me feel a whole lot better. All details are correct.

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    I have a 17 month old little man. He wears cloth nappies during the days and disposables overnight. We use cloth wipes at home but use disposables when we are out and about. I would love to try something that is more environmentally friendly. The fact that they're paraben and alcohol free and contain lavender and honeysuckle extracts appeals to me too as my little man has very sensitive skin.

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    I'd love to review these.
    The natural antiseptic qualities would be great with a teething 11 month old.
    I'd definitely be able to write a review of 50+ words in the time frame..
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    I'd love to review these. I've got a 2 week old so going through plenty of nappies at the moment and his skin is very sensitive. Also a 19 month old so using lots of wipes for cleaning face and hands etc. would be nice to try biodegradable wipes and something that might be good for sensitive skin.
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    I would love to review these please - I have a 5.5 month old, but also use wipes regularly to clean the hands and face of my 2 year old while we are out and about.

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    I would love to review these. My dd is 23 months so just in the limit but we use baby wipes a lot. For bottoms and cleaning Face/hands.

    Dd has an allergy to alcohols in antiseptics and breaks out in a rash on her face and hands if the wipes are not gentle enough.

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