Pampers Sensitive Water Based Baby Diaper Wipes 2021

Baby Wipes, Pampers Sensitive Water Based Baby Diaper Wipes, Hypoallergenic and Unscented, 8 Pop-Top Packs with 4 Refill Packs for Dispenser Tub, 864 Total Wipes (Packaging May Vary)

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  • pH balancing formula helps protect sensitive skin
  • Free of alcohol, perfume, parabens, phenoxyethanol, and dyes 20% thicker for a soft and comfortable clean vs Pampers Complete Clean
  • 20% thicker for a soft and comfortable clean vs Pampers Complete Clean Dermatologist-tested and hypoallergenic
  • Dermatologist-tested and hypoallergenic
  • Refill Packs are designed for use with Pampers tubs
  • Includes: 8 Pampers Sensitive Perfume Free Pop-Top Packs (72 ct) and 4 Pampers Sensitive Perfume Free Refill Packs (72 ct), all bundled together for you
  • Our exclusive one-wipe dispensing pop-top prevents unwanted wipes from coming out of the pack

I very anmoyined that they no onger have the little resealable sticker on the top, so you can use the package without a dispenser. I need to carry more wipes than the little travel dispensers, but don’t want a giant plastic tub filling my diaper bag either. These were great until they removed the little clear resealable tab. I am not purchasing the over priced pop top ones either.

I normally love these wipes, but I just purchased 2 large boxes, each containing 9 refill packs, and all the packages of wipes are missing the seal/sticker that you can remove and reseal after each use to prevent the wipes from drying out. I use the wipes to refill my wipe container, however I also use them on the go and bring an entire package with me when traveling or in the diaper bag (times when I don’t want to bring the big, plastic container). Well, because the wipes are missing the seal I have to keep them in a plastic bag to prevent from drying out. A real pain in the butt.

8 Pop-Top Packs with 4 Refill Packs baby wipes

I, as well as other parents, hate the recent packaging change on these refills. If you’re like me, you just bought a box of these out of habit and then were dismayed when you opened it up… Perhaps a look of incredulity passed over your face as you inspected your purchase and didn’t see the shiny resealable sticker on the top of each wipe package. Then you saw the words “Pull open or cut at sides” printed near the edge, with cute little scissors and a dotted line showing you where you are supposedly expected to open your wipes to use.

As another said, how on earth am I supposed to cut open a baby wipes package with a flailing toddler in the middle of a diaper change when I need just ONE more wipe to finish the job? Or if I have a newborn boy that (heaven forbid!) urinates all over his changing table the second I realize I just used my LAST wipe? Can I simply pull off a sticker and quickly grab the top one? No. I must pull open or CUT at sides (because keeping scissors on a changing table is so smart) to somehow use my (likely soiled) fingers to only grab one wipe in an entire stack of 64 without touching the others? These are the moments that can turn an already sucky diaper change into a disaster.

On another note, most people know that if you put an entire package of wipes without some kind of packaging surrounding the ones you haven’t used yet in a tub, they WILL dry out. Especially if you don’t go through them as quickly as you used to when they were newborns (welcome to toddlerhood!). Also, the packaging itself is misleading– the diagram on the wipes package still shows the resealable sticker on top (see the photos I added to this review) being peeled back before being placed in the tub… No image of someone cutting or pulling open the side of the packaging. Because it would look ridiculous. I’d really like to see you make a video of someone smiling while accomplishing this in the middle of a diaper change, Pampers.

Yes, before you pipe in, Pampers, I know they also come in a convenient “pop-top” style. As much as I love baby those for traveling, we have always (up until now, that is) used the refills exclusively at home, because they are far, far more economical! But wait… I guess you know about “economical.” Because you took away our resealable stickers and kept the price the same.

We are parents. We need a company that is more committed to making our lives easier by making diaper changes (which typically already suck) less of a hassle than saving themselves the inconvenience and cost of making their packaging a bit easier on those who actually have to do the dirty/stinky work.

Please fix this problem. In the meantime, I’ll attempt to finish out my box (somehow) and try to find another brand to use. Which will be tough, because I really do like the wipes themselves. When properly hydrated and easy to grab.

I used to get these on Subscribe and Save which I have now cancelled. Terrible idea by the Pampers team to remove the resealable sticker on the top of wipes package. Now I have to have a pair of scissors nearby when I change my childrens’ diapers if I run out during a change. This is what happens when you let the bean counters run your company.

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