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HUGGIES Baby Wipes Fragrance Free, 400 Wipes Refill Pack $12.95 ($11.01 S&S) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

400

Can purchase up to 5 at a time, quite cheap compare to usual price of $15 at supermarket.

About this item

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
Huggies Triple Clean Technology provides the ultimate combination of thickness, softness and absorbency
Dermatologically tested, hypoallergenic and PH balanced, enriched with Aloe Vera and Vitamin E
The Australian College of Midwives endorses Huggies Nappies and Huggies Baby Wipes as the preferred choice for baby

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  • thanks got one

    • welcome. i always use huggie wipes and found other brand are not as watery, or strong.

      • ive tried the target ones, been ok, but recently noticed those being too harsh on the skin. tried coles cub (blue) brand, was ok but always OOS, so going for the green cub while one or two pack is available. lets see how these fare.

  • +1

    HUGGIES Biodegradeable Baby Wipes, 256 Wipes (4 x 64 packs)
    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B098XC9N8B
    RRP: $20.00 Details
    Price: $16.00 ($0.06 / count)

  • +1

    Aldi mamia brand 480 $9.49 everyday.

    • Used to use those, prefer these- much easier to pull out one at a time from the dispenser

      • My boy def needs more than 1 at a time anyway!

  • +1

    Woolworths little ones 480 $10 better. Huggies never come apart easily

    • I agree with the never coming apart, didn't seem to do this when I used them with my firstborn. Has the quality dropped?

  • +1

    We use these around the house as our “clean up mess” garbage wipes. So thanks for posting. Curash water wipes are the best we have found for the actual use case 😂

    • +3

      A disinfectant/multipurpose spray and a couple of microfibre clothes would be more economical and environmentally friendly 👍

      • +2

        Not on my babies faces and hands….

        • +3

          'We use these around the house as our “clean up mess” garbage wipes' is what I was referring to, definitely not suggesting to use on the little one hehe :)

          • @iambRad: Yeah. “Clean up mess” is the generic term for baby throwing shit everywhere. Garbage as in I meant “these are what we consider “garbage” wipes to use for bums” :)

  • Great for doggies.

  • So the come in packs of 200. Can we use it straight from the pack and reseal it after or does it need to somehow be transferred in a dispenser and what kind of dispenser

    • you can do both, personally in a dispenser is better, but i have used from the resealable plastic pack before.

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