These Free & Clear Baby Wipes combine gentle, cloth-like performance with the thickness you need to wipe away little (and big) messes. As always, these Seventh Generation baby wipes are free of alcohol, dyes, synthetic fragrances, parabens and phthalates. Keep a spare pack handy for clean-up on the go. You'll love the way the generously sized wipes handle meal-time spills, grubby hands, muddy feet and everything in-between!
- Free of fragrances & dyes
- Free of parabens and phthalates
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Andre: a couple of weeks ago
These are great for baby's sensitive skin and I love that they are fragrance free. They are thick enough to be 100% reliable during messes. We only use half a wipe when wiping baby if he has only a wet diaper because it seems like such a waste to use a whole wipe. Totes recommend!
IGallo: about a month ago
These wipes are the best we've tried from PC, huggies, & honest co. They are heavy duty and thick, and have enough texture to clean up messes, they also unfold fully when you pull them out of the package and easily come out one at a time. No irritation to baby's skin.
I would never flush this kind down the toilet though as I'm not convinced how biodegradable they are. We use these in a pinch to clean hands and face when we're out and somehow one ended up in the laundry. When I found it in the dryer, it felt as sturdy as a piece of fabric.
Karen: a few months ago
I was hesitant to try new wipes because I've been using Aleva since my toddler was a baby, but I'm so glad I followed an online review site and tried them! They're large, thick and have a printed design/texture which are great for wiping up toddler poops. I do find they can get soapy and leave excess water on the bum if you squeeze them too hard while wiping, but I'm still very pleased with them. I also find them too heavy-duty and a waste for my newborn's bum so I'm now using both Aleva (for baby) and Seventh Generation (for toddler). I tried going back to Aleva for my toddler and it just doesn't work... they're thin, small and flimsy in comparison. They're a bit more expensive per wipe but you'll use fewer of them for each diaper change so it's worth it.