Being a parent already involves many decisions, and you want to make the best ones for your baby. Huggies baby wipes take the guesswork out of decisions by having a line of wipes available for any situation. You know you are giving your baby the best care and protecting their baby soft skin. Huggies baby wipes are also readily available in Clutch ‘n’ Carry so you have them wherever you go.
Natural Care wipes offer a natural and gentle clean on your baby’s new and sensitive skin. Huggies Natural Care wipes are now thicker with Triple Clean layers. The Aloe and Vitamin E naturally leaves the skin soft and clean. They are also hypoallergenic, fragrance free, and alcohol free. These are good for sensitive skin and those that want natural as well as effective wipes.
One and Done is a thick and textured wipe to help you clean more with one wipe. They are naturally scented in Cucumber and Green Tea and alcohol free to leave skin smelling and feeling fresh and clean. Huggies One and Done Refreshing wipes are economical because not only to they help you handle the bigger messes, but they get the job done with fewer wipes.
Soft Skin contain Shea Butter and moisturize as well as clean your baby’s soft skin. The lightly scented wipes are good for any situation because they alcohol free and are gentle on the skin. With frequent diaper changes, you want to make sure the skin does not irritate With added Shea Butter these wipes will moisturize the skin to help protect it. Their refillable containers also have Disney and designer patterns.
Simply Clean wipes are all-purpose and not just for diaper changes. They can be used by anyone in the family to clean hands, faces, or any other mess. They are available to use at home, or in portable packs to take on the go. They come in a Gentle Fresh Scent or Fragrance free. As with all Huggies wipes, Simply Clean wipes are also alcohol free. Use these wipes when you want something reliable for the whole family.
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