2Curash Baby Wipes

Curash Baby Wipes

2Curash Baby Wipes
3.5

145 reviews

PositivevsNegative
61% · 8945 · 31%

Causes Irritation Yes · No
Value for Money
1.3
Ease of Use
1.7
Smell
1.5
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Reviews

145 reviews
red.jaspy96
red.jaspy963 posts
 

DON'T USE THESE WIPES!!!

These are NOT suitable for a baby..
They literally burn your skin. Try it on yourself and you'll see. This brand should be ashamed of themselves. Using these wipes burnes my 4 month Olds rash. These are definitely not made of 99% water. It's an absolute lie. Use anything else but this brand!!! I'd give 0 stars if I could.
Trent B
Trent BGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC4 posts
 
liana_peter
liana_peter25 posts
 

Terrible - They Burn

These wipes are terrible. I tested the wipes myself, and they have a slight burn to them, despite being ‘99%’ water. Absolutely not suitable for a baby’s bottom.

I wrote to cut ash and they never replied. Show details

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shirley.king.750
shirley.king.750Mid North Coast, NSW18 posts
 

Don’t Use These On Your Child

This Curash is the Aloe Vera and Chamomile. I tried them on myself first and they sting. The scent is nauseating.
Please find something else to use on a baby’s delicate skin. Show details
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Diana
DianaSydney, NSW
 

It burns!

My toddler was making a fuss when being wiped and I didn’t realise why until I used it to clean makeup off my face today and found a burning stinging sensation. Have it to my husband to try too and he was shocked at the reaction. Will never buy curash water wipes again! Show details
Pitpat
PitpatHobart, TAS146 posts
 

Only wipes that do not cause a horrible skin rashe on my daughter

We use now use the Curash Fragrance Free Baby wipes as they are the only wipes that don't seem to cause our youngest to break out in a horrible rash. She had a severe reaction to Johnson's baby wipes and a lesser reaction to Huggies. Having a wipe that we can use safely has made it easier to go out and about.

Note: Other reviews have had similar issues with these wipes that we had with the Johnson's and Huggies wipes so probably worth testing on a small patch of skin that is not your child's hands, face or genitals before adopting it! It took us a while to realise that the Johnson's wipes that we were using were what was causing the awful rashes on our baby as it sometimes took a while for them to appear.

Natasha
NatashaMetropolitan Adelaide, SA7 posts
 

Do Not Use

It stings. I tried it on my face on several occasions and every time it stung my skin. It’s the only baby wipes that hurt my skin, wouldn’t have used on my baby’s bottom if I knew it was the wipes
Rebecca B.
Rebecca B.Metropolitan Adelaide, SA10 posts
 

Curash water wipes

Although the packaging claims they are 99% water they burn when wiping genitals.
Unfortunately due to health problems I regularly use wipes and have found that most of them cause irritation to sensitive areas. Very disappointing as they are primarily used on babies and babies cannot tell anyone if they are sore after being cleaned up with a wipe. Any crying after a nappy change is usually put down to nappy rash or just the baby making a fuss. Show details
D. Garside
D. GarsideSouth East Queensland, QLD4 posts
 

Burned my skin

Used Curash baby wipes Simply Water on myself, I didn't have time for a shower. Used clean wipes on my genitals and it burned. Few weeks later, tried again, burned!? Show details
Dom
Dom
 

Burning / Dangerous - Do Not Buy - Should Be Banned!

Do not use!!!! Very dangerous and causes burning/skin reacting and tingling - try it on your face lips and bottom - squeeze it on ur skin hard for the moisture to come out then let it sit for a few seconds and see for yourself! Everyone complains about this in the reviews also - these are so horrible - should be sued for selling this! Show details
Rabia Z
Rabia ZGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC83 posts
 

Love it

This little one is growing up so fast!
Happy face of Hafsah enjoying the rain️!
I couldn’t stop taking photos. She absolutely loved playing and running all around. It was refreshing for me too, just to watch her have so much fun in it.
Her favorite things to play with are not toys, but rather her @curashau baby wipes!
I always make sure to keep Curash wipes handy and quickly wipe away dirt from fingers to face after playtime.
Not only ideal for changing diapers but also made to help gently cleanse, soothe and help keep your baby’s skin perfect from top to bottom.
I highly recommend Curash fragrance free wipes as they are formulated with no alcohol, soap or parabens!
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Jhen J.
Jhen J.Sydney, NSW
 

Don't use for bub's bottoms

We were wondering why my son feels itchy and crying when we change his nappy and wipe it with curash simply water. My husband and I tried it and it is burning/stings when we tried to wipe down below! How can a baby endure this?! We immediately had to wash his private part because it's probably the cause of his crying.  Show details
Georgie
Georgie2 posts
 

Just water baby wipes STING down there

The product is misleading. "JUST WATER" really? I'm so glad I've tried these to remove make up and to freshen up down there before ever us ing these on a child. It STINGS/GETS really hot. Never had this reaction to baby wipes before in 15 years that I've been using them for make up removal/ freshen ups. Show details
Loz Em
Loz Em
 

Only wipes I use!

I only use the 99% water blue packs for my baby. Tried all sorts and found these the only affordable brand that were wet enough to do the job.
I have sensitive skin and severe psoriasis and use these to wipe my face and never had an issue. Show details
Diana Y.
Diana Y.Sydney, NSW5 posts
 

Questions & Answers

told
told

I wish to know the ingredient used to make this product and if anyone else can tell me anything about clean kids baby wipes?

NATHALIEVERELLEN
NATHALIEVERELLEN  

I cant remember which parabens, but it had some. I try to avoid using anything with parabens, I now use DermaH2O Waterwipes, which is preservative free and is water based, so no disinfectant properties but good for cleaning and keeping fresh.

brian
brian  

I'm not sure if the the soap free curash baby wipes have been discontinued or not / what you could try is reading the label or contacting the company that makes curash baby wipes

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Price (RRP)5.95
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