Helps to condition your baby's skin with every wipe
Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
Clinically proven mild, Pampers Sensitive Wipes help restore babies’ natural skin balance while gently cleaning at the same time. They’re also perfume and alcohol free, they are dermatologist tested, and they work great on the hands and face.
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291 of 292 found the following review helpful:
Great wipes Oct 24, 2010
By G. Dawson These are great baby wipes. Our newborn has never had a negative reaction to these wipes, and they are wet enough to get the job done on even the dirtiest diapers. This package contains 4 packs, each of which contains 192 wipes. The 192-wipe packs are further broken down into three individually-wrapped packs of 64 wipes, which fit perfectly into standard-sized plastic wipe containers, including the containers on most wipe warmers. So, you are really getting 12 individually wrapped packs of 64 wipes.
61 of 65 found the following review helpful:
The flap is back. Nov 01, 2009
By Michael McClure I don't have anything to add about the quality of this product. They are good. I just wanted to update folks with the fact that I just received a shipment of these and the flap that allows you to open and reseal the package is there. I still have packages of the old ones (we still had a whole box of the ones we ordered over a year ago when my toddler needed them, and we opened it with the arrival of our twins) and the only difference between the old packaging and new packaging is that the old packaging has an arrow and "open here" right by the resealable flap. Now there is no printing indicating the existence of the flap, but it is there.
9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Great for sensitive skin; packaging holds up to repeated use Jan 06, 2009
By Simbolina These wipes are great. They are very soft and don't irritate my daughter's skin, who is prone to eczema.
They also work in the wipe warmers (when you pull one out, it pulls another one up through the slot like a tissue. The Huggies wipes I tried did not do that, and you had to fish around for a new wipe each time.)
Each package is wrapped in plastic with a resealable strip that holds up to repeated use. The generic wraps I've tried often are packaged in thinner plastic that rips when you try to pull open the adhesive cover, or the adhesive loses its stickiness before the last wipe is used.
I keep a package in every room my baby plays in. If I had one complaint it is that 192 wipes is really overkill for the diaper bag, so I put some in a separate container or plastic bag, but that's the same with all brands I've tried (and it's the perfect amount of wipes for the wipe warmer, which I recommend for anyone who needs to change a diaper in the middle of the night, or whose baby doesn't like to get changed).
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Perfect for newborn bumms....but not my pick for toddlers :) May 02, 2011
By Betty These are my favorite wipes for a newborn. They are very moist and very soft thin wipe. Which is what I need for my babies. All they need in the first month is a light swipe of an ultra soft wipe. I had tried using some of the wipes I had for my toddler on my newborn and that was a bad idea. The thicker more textured wipes are too harsh on newborn skin. The thicker wipes do a good job on bigger baby messy diapers but they are not good for newborns. The thicker wipes drag on newborn skin too much. These Pampers Sensitive wipes are really nice because they are strong but thin and soft. You can wrap it around your fingers and very lightly clean your newborn.
That said, now that my baby is 3 months, I changed to the huggies wipes. The Pampers tend to roll up on itself when you try to do a wide handed wipe of a baby's bottom. And since its a tiny bit harder to get a wipe out than with the huggies, it starts to become a problem because older babies start kicking and moving a whole lot more.
66 of 88 found the following review helpful:
Product takes disappointing turn... Jul 17, 2009
By Stephen D. Kirkish
We have really enjoyed using these wipes for our daughter. We carry a large package with us when we travel, and the wipes stay moist for weeks after being opened, as long as you reclose them with the adhesive strip. But there is the problem....
Just received a box of these wipes, and Pampers has decided to remove the reclosing feature, meaning that once open, you have to put them into a container. Feh - this is messy, and the wipes are now more exposed to air and will probably dry out. So now we cut open a slot and fashion a closure strap from a piece of packing tape (when we just want the package of wipes without the container.) Pampers: By cutting costs, you may have lost a customer - we'll look at other, more convenient brands now.