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Curash Water Wipes 6x80 Pack $16.32 ($13.87 S&S with Prime) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $59 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Not the cheapest they have ever been, but the same as the deal back in February 2024.

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  • +1

    True ozber will wait and hawk till 8x80 appears on a certain thread and be sulking when missed the deal by 0.01sec. ٩(ˊᗜˋ*)و

  • +4

    Thanks op! Coming up as 13.87 for me (15% savings for S&S)

  • Is this better than kmart $8 wipes ?

  • +4

    I use to really like these untill they started putting phenoxyethenol in their wipes. Not sure if it's this one or just the pink ones but I would say read up on it before you get them.

    • Not sure if it's this one or just the pink ones but I would say read up on it before you get them.


      • Blue "Simply Water": Ingredients Water, Polysorbate 20, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol.
      • Pink "Fragrance Free": Ingredients Water, Polysorbate 20, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Butylparaben, Propylparaben, Isobutylparaben, 2-bromo-2nitropropane-1, 3-diol.
      • -1

        is it that bad?

        Phenoxyethanol is a chemical compound that is commonly used as a preservative in cosmetics, skincare products, and pharmaceuticals. It helps to prevent the growth of bacteria and fungi, extending the shelf life of products. It is also used as an antimicrobial agent in vaccines and other pharmaceutical products.In cosmetics and skincare, phenoxyethanol is considered relatively safe when used in small concentrations, typically below 1% in products. However, some individuals may be sensitive to it and could experience skin irritation or allergic reactions. Therefore, it is always important to check the ingredient list for any known sensitivities.In addition to its preservative properties, phenoxyethanol can also function as a stabilizer in certain formulations. It is important to handle and use phenoxyethanol according to safety guidelines to avoid any potential health risks.

        • +4

          Quite a lot of articles out there do caution against phenoxyethanol exposure for breastfeeding women and child under the age of 3 years, but I'm not making a value judgement.

          Just pointing out that objectively, both versions of the product contains the chemical in question.

        • +2

          "Exposure to phenoxyethanol has been linked to reactions ranging from eczema to severe, life-threatening allergic reactions. Infant oral exposure to phenoxyethanol can acutely affect nervous system function."

          • +2

            @gakko: I mean, doesn’t everything?

            Haven’t yet found a peer reviewed study that confirms the extremely limited concentration in these wipes can cause any serious wide spread consequences.

            Given the amount of anti-hype we read about this online, if it was a serious issue we would absolutely see qualified scientific research into the matter. Until then, I’m onto about my 100th box of these for my kids with zero complications.

            Of course I may be back with my tail between my legs in 30 years. We shall see

    • What do you use now? I bought two of these to help my lillte one with a nasty rash which won't go away. I need to cancel this order

  • +1

    $13.87 subscribe and save due to 15% discount

  • -3

    Just wiped my 3 years old ass

    He eats a lot and shits a lot

    Never enough wipes

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