Johnson’s Baby Extra Sensitive Wipes review

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RRP  £1.79
Johnson’s Baby Extra Sensitive Wipes

by motherandbaby |
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2014 – Shortlisted for 'Best Baby Wipe' Award!

Johnson’s Baby Extra Sensitive Wipes are great for cleaning everyday baby messes. They’re fragrance free, moist and very gentle but the wipes are quite thin, and it takes a few to get the job done. The wipes do not come with a re-sealable lid, which means that they dry out easily; they also have a tendency to come out in clumps.

The Johnson’s packet is not as full as others and the wipes are a tad more expensive but they are effective if not entirely economical.

2015 – Shortlisted for 'Best Baby Wipe' Award!

Johnson’s is a name you can trust. But with a high price and so much competition in baby wipes, are they worth the extra?

These wipes are moist, with a lovely smell, but fewer in the pack than other brands. A quality product, these are well made and perfect for newborn skin.

The packaging could be improved as more than one can come out at once – a plastic snap-close lid would help, and would enable you to open them one-handed.

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