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    Quote Originally Posted by withlovesiobhan View Post
    I really want to get the DermaH2O Water Wipes, I have heard great things about them but they are not available in Australia yet but apparently they will be soon.
    They contain 99.9% water and grapefruit seed extract.

    Has anyone else heard of these or managed to get their hands on some?
    I know this is an old post but if you are still looking for them, I just saw them in Coles but they were $6 or $7 for a pack of 60....

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    I use an ordinary shop bought baby wipes for my son now that he is 2years old. But when he is just months old I only use cotton and water to clean when he poop and pee,and every diaper change. When he turned 1, that's the time I started to use baby wipes, since I noticed that he doesn't have sensitive skin.. :-)

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    Default re: baby wipes

    For 0-6mos, I used cotton and water to clean up my baby when he poop or pee, and every time I changed his diaper just to be sure that his skin won't get irritated. When he's already 6mos. old that's the time I started to use baby wipes, an ordinary shop-bought baby wipes. Those baby wipes that are on sale or on a buy 1 take 1 promo, since my baby's skin is not sensitive.

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    We use store bought wipes from kmart

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmo1 View Post
    Aldi wipes r great!
    i find them the best too! after trying Huggies, Curash, Coles and Johnsons...Aldi are good prices, thick, dont get stuck together and pull a whole heaps out at once and arent too wet"

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    Water wipes

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