The following is non-sponsored service/product review and is therefore based on 100% opinion.
With all the recent buzz about Huggies wipes, I have to throw in my two cents as an attempt to defend the well-known disposable diaper brand. Let me first say that I have been a long time fan of Huggies. I consider them a trusted brand and I have never had an issue with any of their products. I won’t go into specifics regarding the accusation of glass particles being found in their wipes, but I will provide an excerpt from Huggies’ response to the allegations:
We at Huggies take this responsibility seriously, and recognizing that there has been a great deal of discussion regarding Huggies wipes, I want to share a few key facts. We have now received the comprehensive analysis completed by the independent testing firm, McCrone Associates Inc., of the wipes that were returned to us.
– We can confirm NO glass or fiberglass was present.
– We found only microfibers used to manufacture our baby wipes.
– A shimmer can be caused by the microfibers reflecting light.
You can read the statement in its entirety here.
Now that we’ve gotten that out the way, back to the review! I’ve used Huggies One & Done wipes on K since her birth. What initially drew me to this particular product was the captivating scent of cucumber and green tea, ahhhhhh! I’m surprised that Bath & Body Works doesn’t have them on their shelves.
Ok so I was sold on the smell, that’s obvious, but I grew to love them even more during the following months. Here’s why:
Great price. I buy them in packs of 3 for $5.97 (reg. price) at my local Walmart
Durable. They are extremely thick! I’ve never torn one without doing so intentionally.
Don’t dry out easily. Moisture is key for maintain our kiddos’ bums & these wipes are fully equipped.
Convenient packaging. I love the plastic lid and the easy-to-close clamp. It comes in handy when I have my hands full.
So there you have it! I will say the only thing I don’t like is that sometimes they are too moist. K gets a kick out of walking around the house and squeezing the excess liquid onto my clean floors, grrrrrrr.
All the Best,