This is a review on wet wipes for babies by Babyhug. I’ve tried so many brands of wet wipes, but I can say that Babyhug premium baby wipes is one of the best so far, because it is as soft as the baby’s bum, and it also helps to maintain it and avoid rashes. It is paraben free, and very safe to use for babies to wipe their hands, face, body, and even bottom.
When my son was born, I was told to use cotton and water, which can get very tedious now a days when you have an older kid in the house who is just waiting to spill the water even before we are able to clean the mess. Babyhug premium wipes did exactly the same for me. These wipes are so moist that they can be used on babies from the very first day. Since it has glycerine, it keeps the baby’s skin soft and moisturized at all times, and it also has that mild, refreshing fragrance because of aloe vera.
The packet of wipes is easy to carry, and is very pocket friendly. It contains 80 wipes. What I personally love about the Babyhug premium wet wipes is that when I pull out one wipe, I get just one, not 100 that come out when you want only one, especially when we are in a hurry to clean up!
Since wet wipes are an essential product for both the mother and the baby, it is a must have in the baby bag, and is an item which is to be used daily. Thus, it should be friendly on the pocket, which the brand Babyhug has kept very well in mind, and has priced the product very reasonably.
I will definitely recommend these premium wipes to all new mommies! It is a must have product if you have recently had a baby, just like me!
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