These wipes are great. Very big and clean up everything. Love how they are natural also. Never had problem with bubs skin when using these wipes. Would buy again !
Only downside is the price.
Purchased in January 2020 at Chemist Warehouse for $22.00.
Best wipes ever - best for bub, best for planet
these wipes work a treat, they are soft, gentle yet effective and they are big. plus they are 100% compostable, so i don't have to feel bad about using them ALL THE TIME! win win!
Purchased in March 2020.
Great for sensitive skin
We use these wipes on our 3rd baby all the time, now. Given our first 2 children used to have bad eczema as babies, we often used water and a cotton cloth to wipe their bottoms instead. But having got those pesky food intolerances out of the way (phew!), we have been using these wipes on our new baby since birth - with zero problems.
I preferred the old ingredients list before they changed it, but it still seems to be OK with the new ingredients. We've not had any skin problems from them, and we also use the wipes on ourselves and our older children when we're out and about (eg cleaning hands and tables).
They're really good. Gluten free. No soy. No fragrance.
Perfect wipes for sensitive skin!
My Bub has inherited my sensitive skin. We tried Coles wipes before and he got a really bad rash. Friend recommended baby wotnot and it was amazing! No greasy and good quality, love it. Problem a bit expensive . If you can find a good price online worth the $.
One of the best wipes on the market!
Just switched to wotnot baby wipes from Gaia and I'm satisfied. It's so lovely to use top to toe for my 2 year old. The wipes are a generous size and has a nice aloe vera scent.
The best baby wipes!!! Perfect size (generous), perfect moistness, and nothing bad in them. My baby's skin is brilliant with these wipes. Honestly worth it. Really good for the environment too. Have used these for 2 children now and now wouldn't use anything else. Their facial wipes for adults are great too.
Love these Wipes
I love the feel of these wipes, the thickness and size is perfect for cleaning up even the biggest mess. They are soothing and fresh and I love that they are natural and good for the environment too. I would highly recommend these wipes to any mum. Great deal of buy 10 and get 2 free on offer online at ecodirect.com.au.......makes them very reasonable.
Eco friendly, feel and size and does the job
Wish they were in supermarkets
Natural ingredients = better for baby
The ingredients in these baby wipes are far better than the baby wipes I used to use as these contain no parabens. They feel perfect in terms of their thickness and moisture. I like that they're biodegradable. I find that they're harder to pull out one by one but I get around this by pulling a few out ready if I know I'll need them to wipe a poo so it's not really an issue.
Natural ingredients, biodegradable
biodegradable baby wipes
lovely to use, soft biodegradable wipes . I love that the wipes are 100% natural cloth and free from the nasty chemicals that can be found in other wipes. The wipes are also 100% biodegradable so are better for the environment. I feel confident the wipes are safe to use whereever on the body and do not iritate babies or my skin
Australian owned company
The Best baby wipes on the market
These baby wipes really are the best that are in the market right now, they are a lesser known brand but they smell beautiful and they are completely biodegradable and don't contain an nasty ingredients (same with the rest of the Wotnot range- I also use the wash and sunscreen).
They are large and very durable and leave a subtle soft scent on the skin (but they are fragrance free-it's just the essential oils). They are well priced and you can bulk buy them from ecodirect.com.au and buy 12 packets and only pay for 10.
Great size, durable, lovely scent and full of lovely ingredients that are kind to skin
These are more expensive than other environmental wipes on the market. We got ours free when buying Moltex nappies online at www.neco.com.au or may not have bought them outright. But they are a great product and I would definitely recommend.
The biodegradable factor is a big plus for me. They have limited packaging and no plastic flip lid like most wipes. Moist and fresh and clean baby's bottom effectively.
Would prefer smaller wipes and more of them. Haven't seen them available in bulk packets. Also only seem to be available in speciality "environmental" shops such as organic supermarkets.
The only wipes I will ever use!
After trying others, I found these wipes and they are just perfect! Not too wet, not too dry, they don't tear, they don't smell like a chemical factory and best of all - they don't cause irritation on my son's skin like all other wipes do. They're free of all the chemicals and rubbish that give other disposable wipes that overly 'fragranced' smell, they're organic and they're biodegradable to boot!
Great size, no tearing, organic, no irritation!
Overall a great product and worth the money. Nice and soft with no wierd after-smell like other wipes I have used.
Soft, no nasty ingredients and clean well
expensive compared to other products (but worth it)
Super product, and refuse to use any other brand of wipe. Gentle on baby skin and yet cleans up the mess beautifully.
Fragrance free, alcohol free, nasties free
Thin (but not too thin, unlike huggies which is just too thick and difficult to use)
A little fidgety to get out of the packet
You can buy cheaper wipes at the supermarket but it really comes down to the ingredients in the wipes - Wotnot wipes are 100% natural. I see mums using other brands at the same time as they tell me their bubs have really bad nappy rash. I know that my bub never had 1 day of nappy rash after I switched to these wipes. Environmentally friendly is very important to me and these wipes tick all the right boxes I can't recommend them highly enough. I always include a pack in my gifts to new mums.
environmentally friendly 100% biodegradable
no toxic ...
I love that these wipes don't contain any of the nasty chemicals found in most other brands, but still get the job done.
The wipes are thick and with completely organic ingredients these wipes are by far the most sensitive that I've found for my baby.
I've found it tricky to dispense a single wipe at a time, because they are thick more than one wipe comes out of the packet at once. At $8.95 RRP for a pack of 80 these are pretty expensive, but I guess you get what you pay for. Only available from health food shops where we live.
I love these wipes. They do not contain any harmful ingredients and so I am confident they are not irritating babies skin
Environmentally friendly wipes. They are gentle on bubs skin, do not contain any of the nasties that are common in other brands of wipes, and are generously sized.
No box only plastic packaging. In saying this, even when I have left the flap from the packaging open the wipes have not dried out.
I did a lot of research into environmentally friendly products for my baby and have since started using Wotnot Baby wipes given they are 100% biodegradable. They are a more natural product to use for my baby and her sensitive skin. I found they were kind to my baby's skin, not causing any irritations, were soft, thick and generously sized wipes. They are slightly more expensive than other wipes available, but is worth spending more for an environmentally friendly product which is kind to my baby's skin. Would recommend. I would also recommend Wotnot nappy bags.
Environmentally friendly (biodegradable wipes), soft and generous sized wipes. Kind to baby's skin
Slightly more expensive
Questions & Answers
Been using these for 2 year now, was wondering any tips to pull 1 wipe at a time. Some I feel I have wasted as a heap come out?
Yeah, good luck with that! Unless you can miraculously pick the side of the top wipe EVERY time, then you are going to waste some wipes now and then. It bugs me, too, but the design is just not right.
The only wipes where you almost always get just one wipe at a time come with a hard plastic lid that you can clip down afterwards and where you're pulling them through a tough plastic neck. Not only does this lead to more places for germs to hide, it also leads to more landfill and is a waste of resources. And it might jack up the price. And the ingredients may change because more preservatives might be needed or the wipes may need to be made tougher to cope with the hard plastic lid.
I think the solution is to just accept that with this current design, extra wipes are going to come out sometimes.
You could contact the company with your concerns, because I think they're quite legitimate, and you never know, they might be able to change things for the better- or at least give you better tips on how to not waste wipes!
give the whole pack a little bit of a wriggle from time to time, to try to separate the wipes a little. that has helped somwhat. I think they stick together because they are so moist. Which I really like. Agree with above comment. cant have it all. i am so happy with the compostability and how soft bubs bum is, that this doesnt overly concern me.
How long can an unopened bag be stored for before it would dry out?
A year definitely. We've certainly had unopened packets that long and they've been absolutely fine. I'd say up to 2 years would be feasible? After that, I'm really not sure. But based on the natural ingredients, waiting any more than 2 or so years to use the wipes could mean some ingredients would go off (eg decyl glucoside) or be unuseful (eg silver dihydrogen citrate)? Natural wipes are far, far better for you and bub, but they don't have as long a shelf life as highly chemicalised wipes.
And you'd probably need to use the wipes quite soon after opening them (eg within a month), as I think they'd dry out faster if they've been sitting unopened for over 2 years?
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