Wet Ones not the same as before.
I have bought Wet Ones for years and found them safe to use on children’s face and hands, but not anymore. The formula has been changed such that hands etc retain a foul tasting residue that lingers until washed away, defeating the purpose of the product.
Purchased in December 2020.
if you'd like to bring it anywhere, please buy the packets
I think this product in two versions so if you will be using this on some trips, please the smaller packets. This dries quickly and is not super drying! I don't have any products.
Purchased in August 2020 for $3.49.
Questions & Answers
where can I buy wet ones in a barrel ie the red barrel? = much easier for disabled hands
Not sure where can the barrel ones are even manufactured as I sometimes buy the wet ones for sensitive skin these days or baby wipes / you could try asking Woolworths or coles supermarkets, another option is to try a cleaning shop if you like
i have tried both and pharmacies and reject shop etc
Where can I buy the advertised Wet Ones in Sydney?
Not sure you could try a chemist or Woolworths supermarkets / I used to buy mine from Coles supermarket in corrimal and the last time I went to coles they were still selling and sometimes some petrol stations sell them they usually cost more money @ probably close to double the price of the supermarkets.
I also seen them in towradgi gold cross chemist nsw.
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