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    Another vote for curash - great in the early days on bubs sensitive skin.

    Now I also use the SIDS wipes - they deliver and donate some profits to SIDS.

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    Yes, another Curash fan here, but I use the lightly fragranced ones. My son is now 5 and I still use them every day, although they're harder to get, now that Coles doesn't sell them 😖😖😖

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    I get a reaction on my face from
    Coles little explorers, be careful....
    I use adli wipes the blue pack

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    Comfy bots (coles) are great. They come in a fragrance free pack now too. Very cheap but good quality and size. I also like the Aldi blue pack and curash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reneeharry View Post
    I get a reaction on my face from
    Coles little explorers, be careful....
    I use adli wipes the blue pack
    I do and some of my kids do too. Funny enough it fine elsewhere on their body. But touch their face and goes and stays red for a hour or so.

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    My preference is cheap thin facewashers (kmarts/big w), wet before using, chuck in a nappy bucket then wash with cloth nappies. You can also rinse then wash with the rest of your washing.
    My favourite disposable ones are huggies, but both my kids have reactedto every disposable wipe we've tried. We generally only use them when out.

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    [QUOTE=LoveLivesHere;8307857]I do and some of my kids do too. Funny enough it fine elsewhere on their body. But touch their face and goes and stays red for a hour or so.[/

    That's crazy, mine burns too
    I chucked them out

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    Well thanks for the replies, I guess I'll just buy some and wait till I know how his skin is.


 

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