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Huggies Baby Wipes Fragrance Free 400 Wipes Refill $11.25 ($10.13 S&S) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Cheapest Price. Max Limit: 5

Now available in refill packs, designed to use in Huggies Baby Wipes Pop-Up Tubs, with a handy resealable opening to keep Baby Wipes fresh

Huggies Baby Wipes are free from alcohol (means Ethanol and Isopropanol), soap, parabens and MI

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  • +5 votes

    I know the refills are better for the environment but after buying a stack of them last time I can’t wait till they run out. I HATE the way they constantly get trapped in the tub, come out broken or still folded.

    • +1 vote

      Agree they are good for the environment. I have been using them for few months now and to be honest have not come across a broken or trapped one out of 15-20 refills I have done. But I usually fill half of the quantity as marked up in the refill packages as it’s easy to handle. Also been using the huggies refill box only.

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        They are not good for the environment, no wipes are.

        • +1 vote

          I don't mean to get into semantics but I think they meant better for the environment. Just about any product is not good for the environment. But I'm gonna pick wet wipe over the environment in a heartbeat. Having kids tends to do that to you.

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      Don't overfill the tub and you shouldn't have this issue.

    • +1 vote

      This happens to the individual packs too I noticed, ones made in South Korea.

      My last purchase of 3x 80 value packs were made in South Korea and they did the same thing.

      Around the same time I also purchase single packs and they were made in Singapore, the quality of these seemed to be better.

      Could just be the difference in batch and production period, but that’s just my first hand observation.

    • +8 votes

      I'd argue that the positive impact on the environment is gone, if you order from Amazon and it gets posted to you…

  • +2 votes

    Still going through the $1 ebayplus stash..

  • +2 votes

    Yup these huggies ones suck. Always get stuck in single packs. I've gone back to the woolies brand

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      how much is woolies ?

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        $10 for 480 I think

  • -1 vote

    got 5 boxes every 2 weeks! lets go

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    Where do we get the refillable tubs from?

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    Never really understood these. 480 from Kmart for $7.50. Weirdly I don't find the Huggies to be of any better quality. Realise they are different but the chance they'll break when I take them out of the pack are higher for me.

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      Huggies easily the best brand imo, haven't tried Kmart though, but pretty much everything else (not including curash though)

    • +1 vote

      Can confirm the Kmart ones are trash, we have 3 packs that I refuse to use

      • -4 votes

        Not my experience at all. Though to be fair might be something to do with the kids not being super super young. Maybe I wouldn't like Kmart wipes for ultra newborns, but yeah overall prefer Kmart to Huggies.

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      we find that some brands feel a bit harsher than this. to test, we use it on our face and if it stings even just a little bit, then we don't use it on our child. but i know some parents who use the exact same ones we don't like and it doesn't seem to bother their kids so do your own tests as to which ones work best for you.

      ideally, we'd use water wipes or similar but due to the cost, this has been our default

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    I still think the water based are the best, these are "enriched with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E"

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    Anyone ever tried these on themselves?

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      Or just for baby

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    i think they are OOS

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    Showing as $18.79 for me - maybe out of stock already?

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      Me too :(

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      back in stock

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    back in stock

  • +3 votes

    For S&S, prime members save 15% $9.56 (instead of normal 10%)

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    How are these different from water wipes? Sorry..have a week old bub so still learning.!

    • +1 vote

      Recently gone through 10 packs of water wipes and a few packs of huggies, the water wipes may be marketed as a bit more natural but it jams inside and really hard to pull out and it's a lot thiner. Regardless of the price we actually prefer huggies more.

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    Believe this deal has expired? I am seeing $12.99 with $11.04 S&S. Shame i didnt get in early on!