My love affair with wipes began almost immediately on having my first child. I remember my mum saying that I should only use cotton dipped in water but hey – nothing can beat the convenience of wipes especially when you are out and about.
Think this scenario (which has happened many a time with us) – you are travelling on the motorway on a 4 hour journey and you get this strange, contorted face in the mirror soon to be replaced by a very blissful one. Almost immediately you get this strange sour odour and you desperately start searching for the next ‘services’ sign. You know that this is going to need a full change of clothing and you cross your fingers hoping the car seat has been saved. And then you see the signs – Next services 25 miles. The other children start going ‘Eww – what’s that smell’… (yeah you know what i’m talking about. They hold their noses and then car sickness hits one and she starts throwing up.
You know you are going to need wipes – loads of them.
What is it with babies that they can poo upwards so that it comes up from their waist to go up their backs?
It’s not the best topic for discussion I know but if you’re a parent you’ve long since lost your queasiness for such things.
Wipes have come to my rescue on many occasions – the obvious one being a poo disaster but if you have kids that get car sick (like mine), they are a godsend for wiping off sick of clothes, seats – till you get to a place for a change.
Then of course you need them on hand for the messy eater – ice cream, chocolate, pizza, ketchup – you name it, wipes are your best friend.
I always have wipes around – in the house (near the table, in the loo), in the glove compartment of the car and of course in every suitcase I pack.
They are perfect for removing face paint too 😉
Pampers is a brand I trust. I have always only used Pampers for the kids because I found the nappies to hold more than others and not spring leaks.
Pampers wipes are an essential part of my shopping list as even though my kids are long since out of nappies, I still use them for other purposes.
I was asked to put pampers wipes to the test with this rather fun trial. We tested the pH levels of Pampers wipes and cotton wool dipped in water to check out the pH levels. And yes – the pH levels in Pampers was less than that of cotton wool dipped in water. (I knew I was doing something right when I used Pampers with my baby).
Pampers Sensitive Wipes are proven to be milder than cotton wool and water. They are dermatologically accredited by the Skin Health Alliance, which means they’re kind to your little one’s sensitive skin. Plus, Pampers Sensitive Wipes are made with a unique Soft Grip TextureTM which makes them thicker and super soft to provide gentle cleaning with less wiping.
I thought I would also share this new PampersPooFace video
I’m working with BritMums and Pampers testing their wipes and featuring their new #PampersPooface video. I was provided wipes and have been compensated for my time. All editorial and opinions are my own. Visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrrnC62X6eAfor more information.
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