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Pampers Aqua Pure Wipes Review

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At a glance:

Pampers Aqua Pure wipes are made of organic cotton, giving an extra soft touch every time you wipe your baby's skin. These Aqua Pure wipes are made up of 99 percent water and 1 percent of their gentle cleanser to ensure your baby's skin is protected. 

How did this product make your life easier?

Edyta: I love the Pampers Aqua Pure wipes. They are easy to use and gentle for my child's skin. The Pampers wipes make everyday life easier and nappy changes quicker. I like the fact they are 99% water as it makes me stay reassured that they are gentle enough for my baby's sensitive skin. 

Syeda: I’ve been using the Aqua wipes on my newborn baby. They have been great at removing the initial sticky baby poo (meconium). The wipes come in a handy 70 wipes pack. The pack has a convenient click on lid which makes it easy to remove the wipe and to close the pack. The lid is stuck on strongly and doesn’t come off easily which I’ve found with other brands.

Rebecca: These wipes are fantastic and are now my favourite! They are such a good quality wipe with a nice thickness that provides a firm grip and makes them super easy to use. They have never ripped or torn which is really helpful as previous wipes I've used have. They are great for sensitive skin which my daughter has so I never have to worry about that as they are 99 percent water!

Would you recommend this to other mums?

Ellie: The water wipes were fantastic! They felt nice and knowing that they were water was even better as it felt good to use a more natural product as my daughter has such sensitive skin it was really good on her. They are nicely packaged and easy to fit in a changing bag. Knowing they are perfum free etc is also another bonus. I would recommend these to other mums.

Sam: I would Pampers Aqua Pure Wipes particularly to a fellow mum with a newborn or a baby with sensitive skin as it contains natural ingredients. The pack is portable and easy to chuck into a change bag for on the go. I like that Pampers has designed these with as little chemicals and ‘nasties’ in as possible.

Syeda: I would definitely recommend the aqua wipes to other mums. You can be reassured that you’re not using any chemicals or harsh substances on your baby's delicate skin. The wipes are 99% water, made out of organic cotton with no perfume or alcohol. These are great for wiping toddler's hands and face too.

Would you choose this product to win?

Rebecca: These are now my baby wipes of choice and I would recommend these to anyone who will listen!! These are by far the best wipes i have ever used. They are super soft and contain cotton which i feel mums will love as they will know they are soft and caring on their baby's delicate skin and they are also made from 99 percent pure water and are alcohol-free so they won't be drying to the skin which is essential!

Todd: No. Mainly for cost reasons. Perhaps if I caught them on sale around the £2 mark I'd get them in. However, at the cost of £2.70, they're in the luxury bracket for my wallet. Considering how many baby wipes we go through, the cost builds quickly. I would, however, pick them over the cheapest wipes and ones that would potentially irritate my boy's skin.

Ellie: I think this product was great - it deserves to be in the top 3 most certainly. They smelt nice, felt great, were soft on my Childs sensitive skin. I think the packaging was great and the colours used to go well with the 'water' side of it. The price is reasonable, with a little more experience than other brands.

What changes would you make to this product?

Victoria: The only change I would make is to ensure the packaging and wipes themselves are biodegradable, or ideally compostable. As a busy mum, using reusable wipes is always possible (I know for some people it is, but I’m not there yet), so choosing the products with the lowest environmental impact is really important to me. As I really liked the click and close lid, perhaps refills could be the answer?

Nicola: Pricing. I think compared to other similar products on the market the price needs to be looked at. I think that If the price was to be lowered it would attract a larger customer base. Even if the price was lowered on only multi-buys. The wipes are great but there are alternatives such as Mamia extra sensitive that are very similar in ingredients for a fraction of the price.

Sam: The one thing I’d change is the price. If the ingredients are natural then why do they need to charge more than any other packet of baby wipes on the market? The number of packets you’d need to use for the entire period your child is in nappies just makes the Pampers Aqua Pure Wipes astronomical in price.

While training as a journalist at the University of Gloucestershire for 3 years, she was nominated for the Best Feature Category at the Midlands Student’s Media Awards this year, and Head of News and Social Media for the university’s radio station, Tone Radio. Ellie has been published by the likes of Heatworld, Heart, Gloucestershire Live, and ITV West Country. 

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