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DT
· 04 August 2022
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WaterWipes are made using 99.9% purified water a drop of fruit extract.

They are perfectly safe to use on puppies/dogs.

WaterWipes
Manufacturer · 18 November 2021
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Yes
Amma
· 01 December 2021
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The wipes are made from biodegradable plant fibres and take 12 weeks. The packet is recyclable and has the code 7
Luke O.
· 06 April 2022
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Seems to by the way things are these days, it's worth checking the different pack options and overall value but also make sure the individual packs are the same size too as sometimes have less wipes. (I often see this when buying coffee in the supermarket, why is the refill more then the glass jar of coffee) so if you … see more Seems to by the way things are these days, it's worth checking the different pack options and overall value but also make sure the individual packs are the same size too as sometimes have less wipes. (I often see this when buying coffee in the supermarket, why is the refill more then the glass jar of coffee) so if you see me walking around the store with my calculator say hi! :) see less Seems to by the way things are these days, it's worth checking the different pack options and overall value but also make sure the individual packs are the same size too as sometimes have less wipes. (I often see this when buying coffee in the supermarket, why is the refill more then the glass jar of coffee) so if you see me walking around the store with my calculator say hi! :)
Mileslt
· 22 December 2021
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Yes, they are "99.9% water and have a drop of fruit extract"
Luke O.
· 06 April 2022
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I did not purchase the same size package - I purchased the 4×60 pack, so am basing my answer on that size pack purchased on a subscribe and save order.

I purchase these wipes all the time for my son to use - he has autism and associated sensory issues and cannot tolerate toilet paper, etc. I purchased this pack as … see more
I did not purchase the same size package - I purchased the 4×60 pack, so am basing my answer on that size pack purchased on a subscribe and save order.

I purchase these wipes all the time for my son to use - he has autism and associated sensory issues and cannot tolerate toilet paper, etc. I purchased this pack as it worked out cheaper than individual packs in my local supermarkets or pharmacies. The packaging is exactly the same as those purchased in my local stores The packaging for WaterWipes has changed slightly because they are now labelled as biodegradable. I know that if these weren't the genuine product that my son's skin would have reacted, as it is hypersensitive to any additives, etc, and as I occasionally use them when I have eczema or dermatitis flare ups, my skin would also have reacted immediately if they are not the original product.

There is another, newer, formulation of WaterWipes, which contain cotton flower extract, and that packaging varies slightly from the original. These wipes are the original formulation - although as I said earlier in my answer - they are now labelled as biodegradable.

I have been satisfied that I've been supplied with genuine WaterWipes.

I hope that this helps. see less
I did not purchase the same size package - I purchased the 4×60 pack, so am basing my answer on that size pack purchased on a subscribe and save order.

I purchase these wipes all the time for my son to use - he has autism and associated sensory issues and cannot tolerate toilet paper, etc. I purchased this pack as it worked out cheaper than individual packs in my local supermarkets or pharmacies. The packaging is exactly the same as those purchased in my local stores The packaging for WaterWipes has changed slightly because they are now labelled as biodegradable. I know that if these weren't the genuine product that my son's skin would have reacted, as it is hypersensitive to any additives, etc, and as I occasionally use them when I have eczema or dermatitis flare ups, my skin would also have reacted immediately if they are not the original product.

There is another, newer, formulation of WaterWipes, which contain cotton flower extract, and that packaging varies slightly from the original. These wipes are the original formulation - although as I said earlier in my answer - they are now labelled as biodegradable.

I have been satisfied that I've been supplied with genuine WaterWipes.

I hope that this helps.

J
· 01 December 2021
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This cosmetic ingredient is not a sensitizer to normal humans at concentrations of 0.1%, but may be to individuals with diseased skin. It is concluded that Benzalkonium Chloride can be safely used as an antimicrobial agent at concentrations up to 0.1%
Hetty M
· 08 July 2022