Best wet wipes Thrifter 2021

It might be weird to say, but the older I get the more I appreciate the simplicity of the wet wipe. There are so many things you can do with a wet wipe. They make cleaning so much easier. And as a father, the wet wipe has become an essential part of my life for everything from spilled food to spit up to diaper duty. The sort of wet wipe you need totally depends on what you're trying to do, but for the most part. Some include antibacterial elements to help you clean up after dinner and some prioritize sensitivity for use on skin. You'll even find larger wet wipes for adults that need some more surface area.

7th Gen Wipes

Best Value: Seventh Generation unscented and sensitive baby wipes

Designed for sensitive skin, these wipes are thick and soft so you can get a gentle clean. Use them to clean your baby or your own hands and face. They are alcohol, paraben, and phenoxyethanol free. Plus the case is designed with a flip-top lid that helps keep the wipes fresh when not in use.

$30 at Amazon
Waterwipes

Simplest Ingredients: WaterWipes unscented baby wipes

Living up to the name, these wipes contain just two ingredients: 99.9% water and a drop of fruit extract. If chemicals and unnatural ingredients are a concern for you, then WaterWipes are the way to go. These are great for people with Eczema and are even approved by Vegans.

$27 at Amazon
Dude Wipes

Best for Adults: Dude Products flushable wet wipes 48-count 6-pack

Works with sensitive skin but not for babies. Dude Wipes are designed to be used by adults in adult situations. They are flushable, 25% larger than normal wet wipes, and designed with a Mint Chill scent that makes them cool to the touch. Use these wipes to augment your toilet experience.

$18 at Amazon
Huggies Wipes

Best Refill Packs: Huggies Natural Care unscented sensitive 624 total baby wipes

Get 3 refill packs with 208 wipes each. These are hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested for approval with sensitive skin. They help keep your baby's skin healthy and moisturized thanks to the aloe and vitamin E. The wipes are free of any harsh ingredients as well.

$14 at Amazon
Pampers Baby Wipes

Alcohol Free: Pampers Sensitive water-based baby wipes 72-count 8-pack

Texture is important with baby wipes and some will have textures different than others. It will come down to personal preference for you which one you prefer, but the Pampers baby wipes are different than say the Huggies baby wipes. So if one doesn't work for you, try the other. In this case, the wipes are mostly the same thanks to the Pampers wipes also being free of alcohol, perfumes, parabens, and more. They are thick, soft, and designed to be both hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested.

$20 at Amazon
Wet Ones

Best Container: Wet Ones Antibacterial Hand Wipes 40-count

Most wipes on this list are designed for use with babies, skin, and generally require sensitivity. These wipes are designed for spills and messes and the general yuckiness that comes from sticky things getting where they don't belong. The wipes have a citrus scent and can kill 99.99% of germs. They are hypoallergenic and have skin-conditioning aloe-infused in them.

$7 at Amazon

No More Mess

Wipes can solve a whole lot of problems around your home. If you're dealing with babies and you need something for sensitive skin, then you should definitely start with the Seventh Generation baby wipes, which are free from anything abrasive like alcohol and are specifically designed as baby wipes. Of course, not all wipes are the same even though they can seem like it. If those don't work for you, try the versions from Huggies or Pampers.

After that, you should ask yourself why do we move away from wet wipes as we grow older? Our babies' messes are cleaned up that way but then we just reduce ourselves to old-fashioned toilet paper. Well, you don't have to. Grab some Dude Wipes for cleaning all those regions you don't like to talk about. These are larger than regular baby wipes and made for adults.

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