24 June 2021, by I Love Children

9 Wet Wipes Voted By Local Mums

We are spoilt for choice when it comes to finding the right baby wet wipes for our baby. So, we ran a poll and narrowed it down to 9 wet wipes that are preferred by local mums. Here is what we got!

1. Evorie

Photo credit: evoriemoment.com

Voted for: Softness and wetness
Country of origin: Taiwan
Estimated price per sheet: $2.63/pack of 80 wipes
Where to buy: Shopee
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Reviews:

It is smooth and gentle on my baby’s skin. It is thick and wet enough so I’m able to clean my son’s hands and his face after a meal with just one wipe. It doesn’t have a strong chemical scent so I don’t have to be worried about my son being allergic to it. Evorie’s wet wipes are also tested by SGS under the Cosmetic Regulation. ~ Jacsee, mum of 1

I like that the wipes are big which makes cleaning easy, especially for poop. It’s soft and each wipe is wet enough. The price though can be very competitive in the market so it depends on individuals if they find the wipe, worth the price. ~ Veronica, mum of 2

It’s moist, gentle to the skin and doesn’t tear easily. I would have preferred the wipe to be thicker to clean the baby’s poop. But it’s just nice for a quick clean and it doesn’t dry up fast. ~ Michelle, mum of 1 and 1 more on the way.

I like how each wipe comes out individually, and I love the seal, it is tight enough to keep the moisture in. The best part, it is made with premium cotton! ~ Rose, mum of 2

 

2. Jeju Island

Photo credit: Lazada

Voted for: Affordability and quality
Country of origin: Korea
Estimated price: $2.05/pack of 80 wipes
Where to buy: Lazada

Reviews:

It doesn’t tear easily, and it has sufficient wetness. ~ Mrs Khoo, mum of 3

It’s affordable, has the right thickness, has no harmful chemical and has the right water level. ~ Ivy, mum of 3

Most value for money and doesn’t cause any sensitivity for my child for either cleaning buttocks or mouth. ~ Limin, mum of 1

It’s cheap and has quality, the only downside is the seal, can’t seal back properly after a few uses, but easily solved by using a wet wipe reusable bag. ~ Lillian, mum of

 

3. Soonsu Story

Photo credit: Shopee

Voted for: Affordability
Country of origin: Korea
Estimated price: $1.34/pack of 100 wipes
Where to buy: Shopee

Reviews:

It’s affordable and of good quality. Jasline, mum of 1

It is gentle on my baby’s skin, it is a no-fuss clean up with Soonsu. ~ Nikki, mum of 3

It’s easily purchased online, and they have offers occasionally. I like that there is an option to purchase either the ones with sticker seals or plastic seals. ~ Diane, mum of 2

 

4. Huggies Baby Wipes Clean Care

Photo credit: Lazada

Voted for: Thickness and wetness
Country of origin: Singapore
Estimated price per sheet: $3.65/pack of 80 wipes
Where to buy: Lazada

Reviews:

It is thick and wet. ~ Linda, mum of 1

It’s a known and trusted brand, easily available in shopping malls. ~ Latisha, mum of 2

The wetness is just right for each wipe, the material is soft and smooth too so it doesn’t cause abrasion on the baby’s skin. ~ Dinah, mum of 1

 

5. Watsons Animal Unscented Wipes

Photo credit: Watsons

Voted for: Affordability
Country of origin: China
Estimated price per sheet: $1.66/pack of 70 wipes
Where to buy: Watsons

Reviews:

The wipes are good and affordable. ~ Cynthia, mum of 1

It is cheap and can go cheaper when you buy in bulk. The quality is good enough for my two kids. Mei Xin, mum of 2

 

6. Oldam

Photo credit: Shopee

Voted for: Affordability and quality
Country of origin: Korea
Estimated price per sheet: $2.80/pack of 70 wipes
Where to buy: Shopee

Reviews:

The wipes are affordable, and their thickness and wetness are just right. ~ SH, mum of 3

I love the wipes for their quality and the design of their packs are pretty. ~ Nadiah, mum of 2

Tried several other brands but this was the thickest and one that remained moist for a period plus it traps dirt easily. ~ Rebecca, mum of 1

 

7. Pigeon

Photo credit: kiddypalace.com.sg

Voted for: Softness
Country of origin: Japan
Estimated price per sheet: $2.90/pack of 80 wipes
Where to buy: Kiddy Palace

Reviews:

The wipes are soft. ~ Judy, mum of 1

I have been using Pigeon since 2016, I usually purchase them at the Polyclinic’s pharmacy after my baby’s vaccination as I find them cheaper there. The quality is to my liking and my baby has no complaints. ~ Tina, mum of 2

Wipes are wet enough and soft to touch, the only thing I don’t fancy about this wipe is the resealable sticker. So, I would transfer the packet of wipes into a reusable wet wipe bag. ~ Mei Ling, mum of 1

 

8. GOO.N

Photo credit: Pupsik

Voted for: Strength and price
Country of origin: Japan
Estimated price per sheet: $2.49/pack of 70 wipes
Where to buy: Pupsik

Reviews:

Though the wipes are thin, they are strong and it’s cheap too. ~ Wen Xiu, mum of 2

I use this wipe everywhere, my baby’s face, hands, bum, the dining table, the chair, my husband uses it in his car, it’s like a one wipe for every use kinda wipe for my family. ~ Debbie, mum of 1

 

9. Cloversoft

Photo credit: cloversoft.com.sg

Voted for: Gentle to skin
Country of origin: Singapore
Estimated price per sheet: $4.96/pack of 70 wipes
Where to buy: Pupsik

Reviews:

I love the fact that it is safe and pure for use on my baby’s skin. ~ Ai Bo, mum of 1

I support local brands, and when I discovered Cloversoft, I had to give it a try. The best part, it comes in 3 different sizes for easier use. A pack of 70 sheets is perfect for home use, a pack of 40 sheets is perfect for an entire day out and a pack of 15 sheets is perfect for a short trip out of the house. ~ Kiera, mum of 1

 

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