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no idea where to post this. so will try her. what wet wipes would be best

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2shoes Mon 21-Jul-08 22:15:07

dd is 13 and has sn. she will be going to a play scheme in the holidays. I want to get some wipes for her face. last time she was there the lady was cleaning her face with a kitchen clothehmm
any suggestions. she has sensitive skin.

theressomethingaboutmarie Tue 22-Jul-08 08:24:15

My dd has sensitive skin and I use Sainsburys own fragrance free baby wipes. We've not had an issue with them at all (and DD has topical exczema).

Morloth Tue 22-Jul-08 08:27:37

I love the Naturebaby ones, we use them for all three of us when out getting sweaty and dirty, fab for sensitive skin.

ThatBigGermanPrison Tue 22-Jul-08 08:29:15

huggies pure really are very good. I use them on faces, and we all have fairly sensitive skin. Certainly the HUggies Pure feel the best on mine.

morethanyoubargainfor Tue 22-Jul-08 08:42:06

i am a greqt fan of the Beaming baby ones, we all use them in this householod and i have really sensitive skin, i can't even use soap, and they are great for my skin as well. Another plus point is they are organic and bio deegradable and flushable to.

throckenholt Tue 22-Jul-08 08:44:19

waitrose do some fragrence free ones, and the coop own brand are good too - both types are flushable and biodegrade.

lazaroulovesleggings Tue 22-Jul-08 08:44:37

The pampers ones are nice. I find hte johnson and johnson ones bring my youngest out in a rash.

ThatBigGermanPrison Tue 22-Jul-08 08:45:44

Johnsons are bloody awful

2shoes Tue 22-Jul-08 11:36:00

huggies pure is that the same as the bum ones. hope so as I have MASSES of them.

Morloth Tue 22-Jul-08 11:47:18

The huggies ones are also good cause the little teddies give it a bit of a "rough" surface, perfect for getting sticky bits off.

mavornia Tue 22-Jul-08 12:05:11

If you find that she is sensitive to the wipes, you could try Liz Earle's instant boost skin tonic. It's very mild, it comes in both bottle and spray form and it's got vitamin e, aloe vera and other lovely things in it. It smells lovely too. You could pop the spray bottle in a bag with either muslin squares or just facial tissues, sort of DIY wipes.

Seona1973 Tue 22-Jul-08 13:25:16

I use Simple face wipes (when they are on offer). Boots own make face wipes are good too and I have also used nivea visage ones.

2shoesdscannowhearinstereo Thu 24-Jul-08 18:58:06

thank you for all the replies

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