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Huggies Natural Care Fragrance Free Baby Wipes review

Huggies Natural CareI’ve got my favorite baby wipes, Huggies Natural Care Fragrance Free Baby Wipes are not them however I’ve got nothing against them, and they ship with a much nicer dispenser than the Kirkland Premium Baby Wipes that I very much dig.

I’m not a fan of the slickness of these. I think my baby however is a fan. Yeah, I think she likes these more, so I’m sort of torn on where to go with them.

They come with a little travel pack, a large box to put about 300 wipes in, and they dispense extremely well once you get one or two through. Those first couple will make you dislike the packaging and product, but it seems to get better.

I’ll say this though, in comparison with the Kirkland variety, I have to use more of these it seems. They’re not quite as absorbent although they look and feel like they should be. Either that or perhaps considering the timing maybe Baby M is just putting out a lot more waste to handle. I’ll have to metric that when I get a chance.

The Huggies can also rip, that surprised me coming from the Kirkland brand which would take pliers and a blowtorch to get through.

Each stack of wipes is individually wrapped and resealable, so you can get out a couple hundred, fifty, etc and reseal the wet wipes package for later use.

All in all I have nothing bad to say about these wipes, unlike Huggies Size 1-2, they work perfectly for my little Maggie Moo, and they haven’t killed anyone that I know of, so I’ll probably not have any problem getting more of them.

 Huggies Natural Care Fragrance Free Baby Wipes are available from Amazon for $15.87, although I’m pretty sure we got them significantly less over at Costco, so yet another reason to go and become one of us… one of us…

I guess best of both worlds for me would be if Maggie dug the Kirkland more and I dispensed them with the Huggies box…. eh, smoking crack I know…

4.5 / 5 stars     

Paul King

Paul King lives in Nashville Tennessee with his wife, two daughters and cats. He writes for Pocketables, theITBaby, and is an IT consultant along with doing tech support for a film production company.