We are looking for 12 reviewers who would like to try a pack of chemical-free baby wipes from WaterWipes.
THIS REVIEW OPPORTUNITY IS NOW CLOSED.
See below for more details and reviewer criteria!
WaterWipes are the world’s purest baby wipe. They contain only 99.9% purified water and 0.1% fruit extract… Nothing else.
They are free of any chemicals, preservatives or parabens. Most other baby wipes claim to be sensitive, pure and natural but turn them over and read the ingredient lists and you’ll see that they still contain a catalogue of chemical ingredients.
WaterWipes helps avoid nappy rash and irritating other skin conditions such as eczema.
They are extra soft, strong and absorbent and recommended by midwives worldwide as a safe, convenient alternative to using cotton wool and sterile water.
Patented technology has allowed WaterWipes to develop the world’s purest and mildest baby wipes which are much less irritating on a baby’s skin than other commercial baby wipes. Studies have shown that chemicals in other baby wipes are responsible for causing nappy rash. WaterWipes contain ZERO chemicals.
Available from Coles, Woolworths, selected Pharmacies and online.
RRP $7.50 / 60 pack
Reviewers need to meet the following criteria:
• You must have a baby aged 0-6 months old who is prone to nappy rash or skin conditions such as eczema
• You must use the entire packet of 60 wipes within the review period (approx 10 days) and write a review of at least 50 words (You will be sent two packs, but only need to have used the first pack before you write your review)
- write in this thread and tell us why we should select you
- Let us know how old your baby is and what nappy rash / skin issues your baby has
- Please PM your full name and address (including postcode) to BH-community with the subject line "WATERWIPES REVIEW". (To be considered you will need to have a few posts to your name) Make sure to let us know by simply saying "PM Sent" in your thread response!If you are selected as a reviewer you must provide us with a written review by the date we specify (if you think you won't be able to follow the deadline, please don't apply). The provisional date that reviews must be received by is 28 April 2016.
We'll be selecting reviewers from all the posts made by 9am (Brissie time) on WEDNESDAY 30th of March.
When we select reviewers, we give preference to regular contributors to our community and those who have posted in our reviews section previously. (How to add a review guide.) So if your review total = 0, the chances are you won't get picked!
You can review a whole heap of pregnancy & parenting items, as well as local parks, and most of anything you can think of! So get to reviewing some other products if you want a chance to review in one of our panels!
And if you miss out this time, don't worry, there will be plenty of other opportunities coming up soon!
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21-03-2016 15:24 #1
Reviewers loved Water Wipes - the reviews are live!
Last edited by BH-bubhub; 30-03-2016 at 12:22.
21-03-2016 15:36 #2
12 Reviewers needs for Water Wipes - Chemical-Free Baby Wipes
If be happy give them a go! I'm always looking for a better wipe!
You should pick me because I'm reliable and always provide my reviews. 😄 And I have a 7 month old who goes through a lot of wipes!
Last edited by ilex; 21-03-2016 at 15:42.
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21-03-2016 19:36 #3
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21-03-2016 20:00 #4
We used water wipes exclusively for DS until he was 12 months. Happy to provide an extra review if you would like it. We won't need the wipes, we've got loads!
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21-03-2016 20:29 #5
I use these and they are awesome!!!
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21-03-2016 21:21 #6
12 Reviewers needs for Water Wipes - Chemical-Free Baby Wipes
I'd love to test them, am constantly looking for new wipes!
We have a 18 week old who currently has nappy rash. He is also prone to eczema
I can spread the word on IG also where I'm part of a community with lots of other new mums
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22-03-2016 07:50 #7
Would love to give these a try. Have been searching for some chemical free wipes for my 10 week old. She's been reacting to certain nappy rash creams and wipes. Will pm now 😊
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22-03-2016 09:38 #8Junior Member
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- Mar 2014
Please select me
I have a toddler and infant I definitely would love to try it out.thanks
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22-03-2016 10:39 #9
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22-03-2016 11:41 #10
I'd love to review these!
My 12 week old has inherited my sensitive skin and reacts badly to most baby wipes so we just use soft cloths and water.
If we could find something gentle and safe to make outings and middle of the night changes easier, that would be wonderful!
PM Sent. Thanks.
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