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Amazon Elements Baby Wipes – Sensitive – 720 Count Flip-Top Packs Fact 2022

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4.7 out of 5 stars

Product Description

Cleansing and hydration go hand in hand, and baby wipes are one of the most convenient options on the market. They’re ultra-absorbent, gentle on delicate baby skin, and come in a variety pack so you never run out. Plus, they’re better for the environment than tons of baby wipes containers that end up in landfills. And at Amazon, you can stock up and save more on baby wipes. The Amazon Elements Baby Wipes, Sensitive, 720 Count Flip-Top Packs have 720 wet wipes per pack, and are 100 percent plant-based, biodegradable and hypoallergenic. These wipes are made from viscose/hemp/rayon blend, and can be gentle on sensitive skin, while still being tough on messes.

Facts About Amazon Elements Baby Wipes, Sensitive, 720 Count Flip-Top Packs

Are they cruelty-free?

There is no indication on the package whether they are “cruelty-free”.

Are the “Sensitive” wipes unscented?

100% yes. Unscented.

Has anyone used them on their face, not the baby’s face but to remove makeup?

Yes, they are sturdy and wet enough to remove makeup. I am very pleased with them. I keep the extra packages upside down on the shelf and rotate them to right side up every couple of months to keep the moisture level consistent throughout the package. The package I’m using I keep upside down on the counter to make sure… Yes, they are sturdy and wet enough to remove makeup. I am very pleased with them. I keep the extra packages upside down on the shelf and rotate them to right side up every couple of months to keep the moisture level consistent throughout the package. The package I’m using I keep upside down on the counter to make sure each new wipe is moist.

Has anyone rated these on the EWG site?

Not sure what the EWG site is, so I have not.

Why did these go up in price?! 😠

I paid $12.49 for 480 count on April 10th, 2020.
I paid $17.99 for 720 count on May 30th, 2020.
… I paid $12.49 for 480 count on April 10th, 2020.
I paid $17.99 for 720 count on May 30th, 2020.

Exact same subscribe and save order. The price went up a total of $5.50, but the price per wipe went from .026 to .025
I hope this information helps.

Are they chlorine-free?

chlorine not listed in ingredients

How do these compare with honest company baby wipes?

They are very comparable. I’ve been shopping around for new wipes, and I like these as much as the Honest wipes (the only other brand I have found that we like). I just looked up all the ingredients on EWG.org, and the amazon wipes have phenoxyethanol and sodium benzoate, but I think I am OK with these chemicals. Th… They are very comparable. I’ve been shopping around for new wipes, and I like these as much as the Honest wipes (the only other brand I have found that we like). I just looked up all the ingredients on EWG.org, and the amazon wipes have phenoxyethanol and sodium benzoate, but I think I am OK with these chemicals. They are both preservatives, and are frequently being used instead of parabens.

I have a elderly Yorkie dog that sometimes has accidents. Can this be used on his body as well?

I have used them on my cats with no problem. They appreciate the unscented variety.

How many packages? How many wipes in each package ?

I received 6 packages of 80 wipes per package, just as stated in the description.

How much is Amazon Prime after the trial?

I was recently charged $119 for my annual renewal .

Are these wipes antibacterial?

I don’t believe so. They are alcohol free.

How many wipes does a newborn go through? Is the monthly subscription a good ideam

I have a 16m and we have already gone through half the wipes. Newborn go a lot more so I would recommend a monthly subscription.

Are these flushable?

You shouldn’t flush any wipe, even when it says it’s flushable. That only means it’ll flush out of the toilet. They’re terrible for the sewage system. They clog equipment at the sewage plant and cause a huge mess.

Due to hurricane florence the package was returned to the seller as per stop and return from ups, how do i get the money back for that order?

Call or email Amazon for assistance.

what are the differences between sensitive, unscented, and fresh scent? Amazon, could you send me one pack of each so I could choose?

I always use the unscented.

Info About Amazon Elements Baby Wipes, Sensitive, 720 Count Flip-Top Packs (Reviews From Amazon)

Great and safe product for all ages!

Love love love these for our toddler! To be frank I used to be a diapers/wipes big brand name snob. Never going back! On a comparison note I previously started using WM’s Parent’s Choice sensitive brand wipes. To compare…

Price
WM- .018 cents/wipe
AM- .024 cents/wipes (prime price)

480 Package size
WM- 5 packs of 96
AM- 6 packs of 80

Sheet size
WM- 6.8 in x 7 in (17.3 cm x 17.8 cm)
AM- 6.75 in x 7.9 in (17.1 cm x 20.0 cm)

Texture
WM- soft, thick, textured (a tad slippery smooth due to moisture level)
AM- soft, thick and raised texture

Strength
WM- durable
AM- strong fibers

Stretch (see 2 way stretch pic)
WM- great but went thin fast and tore
AM- held up well

Moisture
WM- wet (squeezed out 2x more water than AM)
AM- damp (but got wetter toward bottom of pile)

Water content
WM- 99% water ph balanced
AM- 97.9% local purified water

Extract
WM- Aloe
AM- Chamomile Flower

Both WM & AM
flip top lids
scent/fragrence free
hypoallergenic
alcohol free
sensitive skin friendly

Other pluses
WM- readily available to any shopper.
AM- free of parabens, dyes, phthalates, bronopol, and methylisothiazolinone. Cruelty free. Produced in a zero-landfill plant. Lists all material sources.

Other minuses
WM- 2 come out at once regularly. bulky.
AM- must be Prime member to purchase.

I love their durability and price point

I have been ordering Amazon Sensitive Wipes for a few years now. I love their durability and price point, and of course that a large box can be delivered to my doorstep. I love that the Amazon sensitive wipes are in a large package, they are unscented (but truly unscented), durable (my finger never pokes through), easy to get out of the package without wasting too many wipes, and finally that my sensitive skinned baby has no issues with these wipes.

I received various packages of baby wipes when I had my last baby and so I wanted to do a comparison. I compared the following wipes: Amazon Sensitive, Honest Company, Pampers Sensitive, and Up&Up Unscented. (NOTE: I only compared these four wipe brands, but have tried Kirkland (Costco), Huggies, and Up&Up Sensitive in the past).

Size:
Honest: 7.1x8in
Amazon: 6.75×7.9in
Up&Up: 7.375x7in
Pampers: 7×6.8in
– These are in size order, Honest Wipes being the largest and the Pampers being the smallest.

Wetness:
I used the first wipe from each package, folded in half, and put onto a piece of construction paper, I then pressed down firmly for 10 second. I found that the Amazon wipes and the Honest wipes had the most moisture.

Durability:
I pulled on the wipes, stretching them. The Amazon and Honest wipes stretched the least where the Pampers and Up&Up wipes would stretch a lot. I also did the “finger” test where I wrapped the wipe around my finger and pulled, the wipes that seemed to be the most durable (and not show wear around my finger nail) were the Amazon and Honest wipes. The Up&Up and Pampers wipes did stretch and get thinner around the stress point of my finger nail.

Texture:
The feel and texture of the wipes is where Pampers and Up&Up clearly win. Both Pampers and Up&Up are very soft and cloth-like and smooth. They are not scratchy or rough. The Honest and Amazon wipes are both very textured and while they are soft they are no where near as soft as the Pampers and Up&Up wipes.

Overall:
Biggest: Honest and Amazon
Wet: Amazon and Honest
Durable: Honest and Amazon
Texture: Pampers and Up&Up
– Pampers and Up & Up are the softest wipes I compared; however, I will continue to buy Amazon Sensitive because durability and wetness are also important factors for me to choose a baby wipe.

NOTE: I did not test the smell, ingredients, and exact products (I.e., all “Sensitive” wipes) (although all are “hypoallergenic”).

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I’m a Repeat Buyer for Several Reasons

I am a repeat buyer of the Amazon Elements Baby Wipes. I am past my baby days. My household uses these as bathroom wipes. Yes, we’ve tried specific “grown up” brands. Frankly, I’m sold on these. They are a great value. You get quite a large box, equating to nearly 3000 wipes for a bit more than $10.00. As on all Amazon products the price varies from day to day. Keep an eye on it. If you do better at subscribing to items you need regularly, do so. It’s a good way to save extra money. You will get them at a discount no matter what price they are. It’s super easy to cancel or change the timing in subscriptions too. With Amazon Prime I have never paid shipping, and it has taken two business days, tops, for delivery. So far I have established these are a bargain, as well convenient.

Next, without diving too much into bathroom details, these do the trick. They are sturdy and are of a good size. If you dig deeper into my reviews I tried a popular flushable (these are NOT flushable) brand geared specifically for adults. They were terrible! They literally shredded into little bits as you tried to use them. You don’t worry about that happening with these. They are strong. If they are strong enough for adult body parts, then by all means they are strong enough for baby parts. Now for sensitive skin and whatnot. I have a bladder disease: interstitial cystitis. I have the rare kind. In short, I have a lot of bleeding ulcers in my bladder that expose raw nerves to the bladder’s acidic contents. Not fun. Everything constantly burns. Anything I bathe with or like-products can be a landmine. Yet, I can tolerate these. So, if you have sensitive skin or your infant does, as do most babies, these likely will fit the bill for your household. In summary: convenient, cheap, strong, a lot of them for your money and works well with sensitive skin. I’d go ahead and give them a try!

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My bf and I are very adamant “adult” wipe users and are pretty concerned about butt cleanliness

October 14th, 2018 EDIT:
It appears my review may be misconstrued. Nowhere in my review did I say that we flush these. I never flush any wipes down the toilet, even those crappy Cotonelle ones when we used them. Indeed they are not safe to flush down the toilet. As a kid we weren’t allowed to do that and I never have in my life. Heed the recommendation on the Amazon package (do not flush). I was strictly speaking about the reasons I switched to this brand (size and quality).

So let me preface this by saying I do not have a child and I have not been a baby for 3 decades. My bf and I are very adamant “adult” wipe users and are pretty concerned about butt cleanliness.
So I had bought Cottonelle fresh care wipes a few times. I’m pretty sure the scent and maybe a few ingredients on those were the source of a pretty powerful butt irritation. It struck me when searching for another brand of wipe…duh! Why do we even need to use “adult” ones anyway? They serve the same purpose and in fact I would argue the “adult” wipe should really be more adult sized. I mean really, the size of those Cottonelles I’m sure would even have parents laughing at even attempting to use on their baby let alone a normal sized person. It would be like using a single toothbrush to clean an entire toilet bowl.
That’s when I looked at the reviews on these amazon wipes and a few others, ordered these and after about a month am now happy to report to you that our butts are way clean. In all seriousness, they don’t rip when you’re taking them out of the package and you can fold them over a few times for multiple swipes which is more than I can say for Cottonelle. Do yourself a favor and switch to these, the price is fantastic and I think you’ll dig it.

Best wipes for the Money and I’ve worked at a preschool.

I’ve worked at a preschool where parents bring in the wipes for their children so I’ve wiped many of butts with different types of wipes from standard big box to the most organic obscure wipes. As potty training and diaper changes are a huge part of the job, you start to notice a lot when changing 15-30 kids a day with blow outs and different types of poos and bottoms.

After much research, I brought these for my own baby.

Main issues I’ve found over the time:

1. Wipes that don’t actually wipe or clean, where I have to do multiple pass throughs in order to keep it clean. On wet poops or dry poops. Pampers is a huge problem in this area. Their wipes have no traction or pattern making it hard for the poop to cling on to anything. They try to make the formula more wet, but that really just adds more wetness. Multiple passthroughs needed.
2. Wipes that pull out 2-3 at a time instead of one (leading to wasted wipes or me having to stuff them back in). Really inconvenient when you are trying to keep a clean and tidy space or have to change lots of kids.
3. Wipes that dry out super easily if accidentally not shut perfectly. One whole bag ruined/unusable
4. Wet water/liquids sloshing at the bottom of the bag, so inconsistent wetness
5. Wipes that left a kid with clean but too wet bottom
6. Not enough wipes to last a week. Depending on the child and also the size of the wipe and size of blow out a larger wipe does help.
7. Sensitivity – Some wipes can be painful on bums with rashes :(, in this case softness is better, where you can dab instead of wipe motion to clean.

So I did my research and for the money and the convenience with a prime membership, amazon prime wipes are the best hands down. They do a clean wipe, are big enough for me to fold and use one wipe more than once. I left one open for a day by accident and they were not dried out. The way they are folded I can take out one at a time. Wetter is not always better, and Amazon wipes do not have that problem.

I can warm it up with my hand if it’s a cold night and I’m changing my child.

My rule is if my child is eating it or using it I’m going to try it out (diapers excluded :P) and this wipe is very comfortable and easy to use.

As far as I’m concerned, the only downside is that you cannot pick these up in a store in case you forgot and are running low. These are not the most travel friendly. The only other thing is perhaps considering a travel pack size with each of the large packs would be helpful as these are a brick if you are going to be traveling around with them.

Otherwise I just take one of the ones I’ve used up 50% of the pack and bring that out instead of lugging around a large pack.

Best wipes

I love these wipes! I bought them because there was a coupon & combined with subscribe & save they were pretty cheap so I figured I’d give them a try. They are now the only kind of wipes we use. We tried a few other kinds at first: Pampers, Hello Bello,& Huggies but I didn’t like any as much as these wipes. I love that they’re unscented & suitable for sensitive skin which my boy twin definitely has. Also, they’re thick & textured which is one of the main reasons I love them so much. It makes clean up way easier than some others. We were even able to use them to help with cradle cap which my son kept getting only on his eyebrows. We let coconut oil soften it up for about 20 min & then used the wipe to wipe it off. This worked much better with WAY less screaming than anything else we tried. The fact that they’re pretty cheap just makes it all that much better. I had a bunch of unopened packs of wipes in different brands that I got for my baby shower & I returned all of them after trying these because these are the only ones we’ll use now.

THE BEST wipes for price

We are a big Huggies family, but my husband was always complaining about how the Huggies wipes would come out 3-4 wipes at a time. These wipes blow Huggies out of the water. They are soooo durable. I can try to rip one wipe in half and it takes me using high strength to do so. The chance of ripping your finger through during a #2 diaper change it is slim to none. They also are not too wet or sudzy. The best thing about them is they really only come out 1 at a time. I have an almost 2 year old and we typically use 2-3 wipes for a major #2 diaper. Compared to Huggies we were using 4-5 wipes per #2 diaper. These are by far our new go-to.

Dry wipes? Store them top down!

These are great wipes. The price is great, the ingredients are decent. They are a decent size and soft. I will say that they are a bit dry but I found a simple fix. Store your packages flip top opening down when not in use, the wipes are more noticeably more moist that way.

Poor Man’s Bidet

No babies or children in this house, but we love our wipes! It’s all about being comfortable and assured in those moments of spontaneous intimacy – and they’re nice to have handy afterwards too!

When covid hit, our usual favorites became sporadically unavailable. We thought we’d try these and we’re glad we did! They’re large, thick, and strong. They don’t leave any fibers behind. They’re wet enough to clean well, but dry enough to be absorbent. They are practically odorless. We like our old “baby scented” ones, but if we can’t have those then we prefer odorless to chemicals odot or something that purports to smell like cucumbers and green tea. Not down there, thank you!

People with babies can talk about these as baby wipes, but as adult wipes they’re fine. If the quality remains consistent, we’ll continue using them.

Best wet wipes – unlike those flushable wipes

These wipes are the best wipes on the market, – in my opinion. They are so wet and juicy if that makes sense. This is the closest I can get to splashing water on my face without water. Unlike other baby wipes, this wipe is moist and “waterful” – it really does feel great when you use this to wipe your face off at the end of the night.

I should have prefaced this with the fact that I in fact do not have a baby nor do I use these wipes to wipe babies 🙂

Using these wipes for bowel movements and face wiping is a heavenly experience. I was upset that these were not restocked for awhile and became a bit worried that Amazon would discontinue making these. I generally get the green pack – but the purple pack came in stock and I grabbed it. No difference except that there is no scent. Love these.

WILL ALWAYS RECOMMEND THESE! Please continue making them!

Conclusion

In conclusion, Amazon Elements Baby Wipes, Sensitive, 720 Count Flip-Top Packs, are specially-processed baby wipes with soothing aloe and vitamin E. They are hypoallergenic, latex-free, fragrance-free, and dermatologist-tested. They are available in a 720-count package, which can be conveniently stored upright in your pantry.

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