Mother and Baby

Best Toiletries - the M&B Awards 2017 Shortlist

Section: Shopping Ideas

When you walk into the baby toiletries aisle of any supermarket or retailer, you are suddenly faced with a wall of products. How do you choose from one baby lotion to another? 

Our army of real mums has been testing all these toiletries just like you and your baby will - every product has gone under the microscope to find out how they really perform. 

Make the best choices in the toiletry aisle by choosing a product that features on the M&B Awards Shortlist - then you really know you’re buying the best. 

Best Baby Wipe

ASDA Little Angels Fragranced Cotton Soft Baby Wipes    
ASDA Little Angels Sensitive Cotton Soft Baby Wipes    
Jackson Reece Kinder by Nature Natural Unscented Baby Wipes    
Mamia Newborn Wipes    
Mamia Sensitive Wipes    
Pampers Sensitive Wipes    
Tesco Loves Baby Ultra Soft Fragrance Free Wipes
Tesco Loves Baby Ultra Soft Fragranced Wipes    

Best Disposable Nappy or Nappy Brand

ASDA Little Angels Newborn Nappies
ASDA Little Angels Supreme Protection Nappies
Boots Baby Super Dry With Active Stretch Nappies
Mamia Nappy Range
My Little Star Nappy Range
Pampers Baby-Dry
Toujours Maxi Nappies 7 - 18kg Size 4
Toujours Junior Nappies 11 - 25kg Size 5

Best Reusable Nappy

Bambino Mio miosolo all-in-one nappy
Charlie Banana One Size Hybrid All in One
NaturalMamma Dragonfly
Pop-in new gen V2 nappy
Tots Bots Easyfit Star
V2 Ecopipo pocket nappy

Best Baby Skincare Range/Product

Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment 30gr    
Childs Farm Baby Range    
Childs Farm Toddler Range    
Green People Organic Babies Soothing Baby Salve
InfaCare Night Time Baby Bath    
JOHNSON’S Bedtime Baby Range    
Mumma Love Organics    
My Little Star Toiletries   


  • Author: Sophie Knight Sophie Knight
  • Job Title: Contributing Editor

Sophie is a journalist and mum of one, and previously edited before moving on to write about family cars for - now Sophie is Commercial Content Editor for M&B, Closer, Heat, Empire, Yours, Garden News, and 

She is passionate about raising awareness around postnatal depression and is a Mental Health First Aider.

Sophie studied History at the University of Sheffield and has been in journalism for 16 years. 

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