3ALDI Mamia Baby Wipes

ALDI Mamia Baby Wipes

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3ALDI Mamia Baby Wipes
3.7

167 reviews

PositivevsNegative
65%11%23%

Causes Irritation Yes · No
Value for Money
3.0
Ease of Use
2.0
Smell
5.0

Reviews

167 reviews
167 reviews
JLozz
JLozzGold Coast18 posts
 
Value for Money
Smell
lai c.
lai c.South East Queensland, QLD
 

Do not recommend

Claimed to be water wipes but every single wipe is so soapy.
And irritates mine and my kids skin badly!
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Ashleigh W
Ashleigh W3 posts
 

Probably worst wipes I’ve tried

Two stars for the price point and no smell. Started to use them for meal times to save costs on using the bunjie wipes, But the individual wipes don’t pick up anything, shrivel down straight away, and leave too much moisture/foam residue. Show details
Smell
Jenny C.
Jenny C.Metropolitan Adelaide, SA
 

Chemicals can cause major issues for kids

I recently discussed how my skin became red and raw after using the baby wipes on my face. Since then l have researched the ingredients. It seems that 4 ingredients at least are concerning in regards to being used on children. If you are short on time just look up sodium benzoate, very much an issue if combined with citric acid (another ingredient in the wipes). My red sore skin is a common allergy (not for everyone but l do not have sensitive skin). My eyes are still sore. Show details
Jenny
Jenny
 

Red raw skin

I bought these baby wipes and as the product was suitable for babies, dermatological tested, l tried them on my face. The next morning bloodshot eyes and huge red welts on my face. The pharmacist told me there are chemicals in them. I returned them to Aldi with my feedback because l am worried if mums use them on baby skin. I see there is another review with red raw baby skin. Show details
Katrina C.
Katrina C.South East Queensland, QLD
 
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Smell
Countrylife71
Countrylife71Metropolitan Adelaide, SA18 posts
 

Soft, strong, moist and effective at cleaning messes

These wipes are affordable and very effective at cleaning messy bottoms. They are very moist and thick enough to contain mess. They are very gentle and soft on sensitive skin. I can't comment on the ingredients as I haven't checked, just been happy that there are no allergic reactions. Show reply
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Kyal
KyalDarling Downs, QLD4 posts
 
Value for Money
Ease of Use
Mdf
Mdf
 

Most pathetic change in packing

I’m highly disappointed with the current change in the packet size, squeezed the size of the packet so much that I’m not able to take the wipes easily as loads of wipes comes out at the same time. Writing this at 2am when I’m struggling with it. Stop thinking about only making the money. Focus on customers need instead. Switching to another brand. Show details
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Andrew
AndrewSydney, NSW4 posts
 

Quality has been lowered

These have been recently lowered in quality. Typical Aldi. Take a great product then reduce the quality, hoping no one will notice (same as their chicken tenders, cashew nuts, raisin toast, toilet paper). I'd prefer they rob us like coles/woolies and just jack up the price rather than lower the quality.
Christina
Christina
 

Disappointed in the change

Iv been using these wipes for my grandchildren for ages and they've been brilliant. However lately they are so much thinner,and just curl up when wiping with them. Extremely disappointed at this change and will not be using them again
Melissa
Melissa
 

If I could give them 0 I would

I have been buying these wipes for my little girl since she was born 11 months ago. The new ones are awful. Just like huggies and constantly rip, they are more expensive than they used to be and you get less in a pack. Not happy and thinking of changing brands. Show details
R.Matt
R.MattGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC4 posts
 

Water wipes

It seems every other parent in my area is on to the fact the mamia water wipes are a fantastic product, as they are without fail always sold out at my local aldi.
Gives the better known brands doing water wipes a run for their money. Great value, never need to use more than a couple at a time, don't feel like your being rough or abrasive with babies skin. Show details
Sally G
Sally G2 posts
 

Disappointed

I have been buying Aldi’s Mamia baby wipes for years, and I am so upset about the recent change! These wipes have always been the best, now they resemble those terrible Huggies wipes. So disappointing. I won’t be buying again.
Catherine b.
Catherine b.5 posts
 

New mamia wipes are a disaster!!!

What have Aldi done to their baby wipes? They now stink of baby powder, they are so wet, you have to squeeze handfuls of moisture out of them, or else end up with poo soup running through your fingers! And what was a soft wipe to use is now like scratchy cardboard which is damaging to skin. They are now unusable. Please fix this. The new wipes are a disaster! 19th March 2022. Show details

Questions & Answers

Muriel G
Muriel G

Can Aldi Mamia baby wipes be placed in compostible bin

Denis Brown
Denis Brown

Are these wipes suitable for disposal in the Toilet

JaySee
JaySee

I'm looking for the Aldi popup tub (for wipes).
Local Aldi does not have, so is there an equivalent dispenser available? or is Aldi just not going to stock them any more?

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