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Huggies Fragrance Free Wipes 400 Pack $14.99 @ Chemist Warehouse


Available in-store and online. Usually goes for $17.99 and above elsewhere.

Free shipping for orders over $50.

When it comes to caring for your skin baby, all you need is your parent's loving touch and a bit of help from Huggies® Thick Baby Wipes. Created with natural fibres* and the ultimate combination of thickness, softness and absorbency for a 3 in 1 complete clean.

Huggies® Thick Baby Wipes Fragrance Free gently traps mess with just 1 wipe. Designed with 90% natural ingredients^ and the ultimate combination of thickness, softness and absorbency for a 3 in 1 complete clean that ensures nothing is left behind on your delicate skin.

*Wipes made with 70% wood pulp fibres.

^based on formulation and base sheet components.

Product Claims: Alcohol-free, Free from soap, paraben and MI.

Recommended By: Australian College of Midwives

Boxed Contents: 400 Wipes (19.5cm x 17cm)
Size: 400 pack
Scent: Fragrance Free
Fragrance Free?: Yes
Soap-Free?: Yes
Hypo Allergenic?: Yes
Alcohol Free?: Yes

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  • I buy the 80 packs of baby wipes from TWH for $1. Probably not as "pure" as these with more additives but costs a third of the price.

    • I have tried many different ones, but have settled on huggies. They are thick, soft and wet compared to other cheaper ones.

    • Same here.

    • I love TWH $2 ones - they don't pull out a whole bunch when you want one which I find with the $1 ones, and are thicker and sturdier

    • Same here i have bought heaps of them from the warehouse, probably more than 250 packs in 3 years time just for 1 toddler, can't imagine how much would it cost me if I use huggies

    • They just put the price up it's now $1.50 each

  • +1

    Individual 80 pack is also $2.99. Which comes out as the same price.…

  • Anyone got any good containers for these for long term storage/use?
    Find the packs these come in they then to dry out over time (since i mainly use them for cleaning pc parts, desks and stuff

    • Get the individual packs. same price.

      • Yeah but I still don't go use them fast enough so hence needing one

        • if you have a good quality sealed food container (click clack/systema etc) then that would probably work

          Otherwise you can just tip in some filtered water to keep them damp in their container, or you just get some water from the sink when you eventually need to use them

          • @Tmurder91: Yea i know that, though I was more wondering if anyone seen a click clack style but with the lid having click open lid tissue box style for the wipes

            • @Huntakillaz: Huggies make a box that’s exactly that. The seal isn’t that great (although that was 5 years ago) but better than just having the bags. The downside is you need a few packs of wipes to fill it as it’s basically a tissue box size

    • i just top it up with liquid sanitizer.

    • I'd say if you just like using the wipes for the softness etc, you're better off buying dry wipes like these -…

      Then you can wet them as you go, or better yet use an isoprop solution which should be better for cleaning PC parts anyway.

      I find the huggies wipes when I use it to wipe anything but the baby can often leave a slightly sticky residue.

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