Asda Little Angels Sensitive Cotton Soft Baby Wipes

from Asda
RRP  £0.52
baby wipe

by Catriona Watson |
Updated on

At a glance:

Little Angels Sensitive Cotton Soft Baby Wipes have been specially developed with your baby's needs in mind. They're fragrance-free and enriched with a gentle lotion to help prevent nappy rash and contain aloe vera and cottonseed extract to help care for baby's soft skin. They're also hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested, ensuring they're just right for your child and the rest of the family.

This product is also featured in our article on the best baby wipes.

Would you recommend this to other mums?

Jasmine: If any mums in the groups I attend talk about skin sensitivity and chat about what products are best, I suggest using these fragrance-free wipes. I buy the multi-pack boxes as they are also great value for money. The packaging is easy to open and close and I find that the wipes stay fresh and moist.

Catherine: Yes I would, they are a decent size packet for any change bag. I love the solid click-shut opening and you can pull one out easily with one hand. They are designed for babies with sensitive skin and there has not been a hint of rash or red bottom with using them for a few weeks (all without nappy cream!).

Gemma: I would recommend these to a fellow mum because they are so cheap. They are such good quality wipes for the price and perfect for any age, even newborns.

How did this product make your life easier?

Kirsty: These wipes make my life easier as the plastic clip close feature made sure the wipes stayed moist and didn't dry out. Wipes I have used in the past would dry out quickly due to being exposed. They worked well for all baby-related jobs, the material was soft and they were very kind to my baby’s sensitive skin.

Jasmine: Both my son and baby have sensitive skin. When my son was born I tried different brands but these were the only ones that he didn't react too. When my daughter was born I immediately bought these wipes. They are fragrance-free but still smell really nice.

Catherine: This product makes life a little bit easier as it has a solid click opening which means the wipes don't dry out and more importantly if your baby gets hold of the packet she can't pull them all out! They are soft, unscented and moist so very good for nappy changes as I find that fewer wipes are needed per change.

Would you choose this product to win?

Gemma: I would because they are cheap and the multipack is even better value for money. I use these wipes all the time and they can be delivered to you with a home shop which is ideal.

Kirsty: Yes I would definitely choose this product over others on the market because they are great value for money. the packaging is very well designed and they are very convenient when travelling. I found it was very gentle on my baby's skin especially as he was teething and suffering from nappy rash. They were brilliant for cleaning my baby up after he had finished his meals and you didn't need to use too many as the moisture in the wipes was perfect.

Jasmine: Yes I would. My children have sensitive skin and do not react to these fragrance-free wipes. They are great value for money and I would choose these wipes above all other brands. They are good quality and don't rip or tear. I use them to mop up most spillages, wiping my babies face, the chair or the table.

What changes would you make to this product?

Catherine: If the packaging was a little brighter it would be nice. There is nothing wrong with the design but could be better or more appealing to make it look more upmarket. If there was an option for biodegradable wipes or biodegradable packaging that would be brilliant as people are turning away from wipes due to environmental impact. Even somewhere on the packet saying that one wipe is enough for one nappy change.

Gemma: Maybe nicer packaging or a smell. As they are sensitive I know it might not work.

Kirsty: The only thing I would change was the initial opening of the wipes. When peeling off the wrapper, the plastic was not perforated which resulted in the packaging ripping.

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