Using the best baby wipes can make a dirty job go much faster while still being soft and gentle on your baby’s skin. But there are a lot of options out there. We researched the top brands and best sellers to put together these baby wipes reviews to help you figure out what kind of wipe is best for you. Before we get to our top ten picks, let’s take a look at some of the important things to think about.
Organic: Some of these wipes are purely organic, from the cloth to the moisturizing ingredients. But just because we didn’t classify a wipe as organic doesn’t mean it’s not pure and natural. Check out the ingredients so you know for sure.
Unscented: One reason that unscented baby wipes are great is that you know that there weren’t any artificial scents added to the formula. Plus, a perfumey smell isn’t always nice when it mixes with a dirty diaper.
Pieces: These products come in bulk sizes. The number of pieces is how many individual packs of wipes there are in the box. Some of these you can throw in your diaper bag while others are meant to be used as refills.
Water Based: Water based wipes are much gentler than those that use alcohol or some other base. Whether they’re organic or not, water based wipes are more natural and will be gentler on your baby’s skin.
Package Size: This number is how many total wipes come in the box. Remember, each box comes with several packs so if you take the package size and divide it by how many packs, you can see how many each pack contains.
Hypoallergenic: All babies have sensitive skin. Plus, some suffer from eczema, cradle cap, or dry skin. Using a hypoallergenic wipe is a good idea for any baby but especially for those that have existing skin issues.
So, we’ve looked at the main features you need to know about. Now, let’s move onto the next part of our baby wipes buying guide, our reviews. Here’s the deal. If you’re in a hurry, start with our top and budget picks. That’s the best way to get a little taste of the range that’s available. That said, all of these products are unique so stick around as long as you can. Ready? Let’s get to it.
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019