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    The Kirkland wipes from Costco are awesome if you have access to a store

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    I am itching just reading that- can't use citrus extract.

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    Thanks can you buy them from the supermarket ?

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    You can get them from Coles. You can buy a "bulk pack" online, but I have never found any in stores.

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    I also use Water Wipes. I wouldn't use anything else. The only down side is they are expensive!

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    I use Aldi wipes/nappies. When DD was a newborn, I used Huggies nappies which I bought through my pregnancy when they were on special at various times.

    I also bought boxes of ALDI newborn nappies/wipes when they were on their Special Buy days & put them away until DD was born.

    When she went up into Infant size nappies I used to buy Snugglers when they were on special to use at night (sometimes Babylove nappies as well) & use ALDI in the day. Now it's only ALDI nappies for both.

    Their wipes are thick & have no soap/parabens or alcohol plus come in fragrance free option as well. DD doesn't have sensitive skin but I'm more than happy to use them😊
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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    I am itching just reading that- can't use citrus extract.
    It used to be grapeseed extract. They have only recently changed them. No quality change though.

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    I just used little softies face washers and water for DS. Now he's older I use the Aldi mamia bulk thick wipes in the green package. No complaints here. Curash do a water only wipe too.

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    Omgoodness...
    So many new wipes in the last 10 years!!
    I have bought some huggies nappies as they were all I used for other kids.
    There are so many different brands of every thing now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    It used to be grapeseed extract. They have only recently changed them. No quality change though.
    Wonder why they changed it?...


 

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