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Hey Mike, Thanks for reaching out and letting us know. Kimberly-Clark has notified customers in the U.S. of plans to increase net selling prices across a majority of our U.S. consumer products as a result of inflationary pressures. Thank you.
Kimberly-Clark
Manufacturer · February 26, 2019
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Hi Sunny, they are both the same wipe, the difference is the number of wipes in each pack. Thanks for your question!
Kimberly-Clark
Manufacturer · March 17, 2019
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From their website:

We use Water to remove impurities from your baby's skin. Of course, it’s 99% purified water that’s been filtered three times. … see more
From their website:

We use Water to remove impurities from your baby's skin. Of course, it’s 99% purified water that’s been filtered three times.

Butoxy PEG-4 PG-Amodimethicone makes wipes softer so they slide gently across your baby’s skin.

Polysorbate-20 comes from coconut oil and glucose (a simple sugar from grains like rice). It helps promote healthy skin.

Aloe Vera, it’s listed on our product as Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice

We use Caprylyl Glycol as a gentle conditioner to help soothe your baby’s delicate skin.

We use Malic Acid (found in apples) to match the pH of baby’s skin. If the pH rises too high, it disrupts the skin's natural, healthy state.

Sodium Benzoate is used to keep foods like bread and fruit juice fresh. We use it to prevent the growth of bacteria in each pack.

Found in citrus fruits like lemons, oranges and grapefruit, Sodium Citrate ensures our wipes stay fresh.

We add Vitamin E to our wipes, or as it’s less commonly known: Tocopheryl Acetate. see less
From their website:

We use Water to remove impurities from your baby's skin. Of course, it’s 99% purified water that’s been filtered three times.

Butoxy PEG-4 PG-Amodimethicone makes wipes softer so they slide gently across your baby’s skin.

Polysorbate-20 comes from coconut oil and glucose (a simple sugar from grains like rice). It helps promote healthy skin.

Aloe Vera, it’s listed on our product as Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice

We use Caprylyl Glycol as a gentle conditioner to help soothe your baby’s delicate skin.

We use Malic Acid (found in apples) to match the pH of baby’s skin. If the pH rises too high, it disrupts the skin's natural, healthy state.

Sodium Benzoate is used to keep foods like bread and fruit juice fresh. We use it to prevent the growth of bacteria in each pack.

Found in citrus fruits like lemons, oranges and grapefruit, Sodium Citrate ensures our wipes stay fresh.

We add Vitamin E to our wipes, or as it’s less commonly known: Tocopheryl Acetate.

Rachel Lawson
· August 29, 2019
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I read that they are a product of US and Canada
Jessica O.
· June 17, 2020
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I haven't observed any "different" smell. I've been using these wipes for 3 years now, and I find them less odorous then some other brands (i.e. Pampers' wipes smell stronger to me). Do you have the wipes in the sun? Or maybe the box got heated up by sunlight/a really warm room? That would be my only thought as to why … see more I haven't observed any "different" smell. I've been using these wipes for 3 years now, and I find them less odorous then some other brands (i.e. Pampers' wipes smell stronger to me). Do you have the wipes in the sun? Or maybe the box got heated up by sunlight/a really warm room? That would be my only thought as to why they may smell different. That said, my wipes box sits right under the nursery window and I've noticed no problems...
Sorry, this isn't super helpful. see less
I haven't observed any "different" smell. I've been using these wipes for 3 years now, and I find them less odorous then some other brands (i.e. Pampers' wipes smell stronger to me). Do you have the wipes in the sun? Or maybe the box got heated up by sunlight/a really warm room? That would be my only thought as to why they may smell different. That said, my wipes box sits right under the nursery window and I've noticed no problems...
Sorry, this isn't super helpful.

eFaith
· June 19, 2019
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These wipes are made in the USA. Thanks for asking!
Kimberly-Clark
Manufacturer · April 17, 2020
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Thanks for asking, MH. Our Huggies Natural Care Sensitive wipes do contain phenoxyethanol as an ingredient. Should you have further questions, don't hesitate to reach out! You can connect with us by phone at 1-877-648-2484 (weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST). Have a great day!
Kimberly-Clark
Manufacturer · May 5, 2020
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We use Water to remove impurities from your baby's skin. Of course, it’s 99% purified water that’s been filtered three times.

Butoxy PEG-4 PG-Amodimethicone makes wipes softer so they slide gently across your baby’s skin. … see more
We use Water to remove impurities from your baby's skin. Of course, it’s 99% purified water that’s been filtered three times.

Butoxy PEG-4 PG-Amodimethicone makes wipes softer so they slide gently across your baby’s skin.

Polysorbate-20 comes from coconut oil and glucose (a simple sugar from grains like rice). It helps promote healthy skin.

Aloe Vera, it’s listed on our product as Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice

We use Caprylyl Glycol as a gentle conditioner to help soothe your baby’s delicate skin.

We use Malic Acid (found in apples) to match the pH of baby’s skin. If the pH rises too high, it disrupts the skin's natural, healthy state.

Sodium Benzoate is used to keep foods like bread and fruit juice fresh. We use it to prevent the growth of bacteria in each pack.

Found in citrus fruits like lemons, oranges and grapefruit, Sodium Citrate ensures our wipes stay fresh.

We add Vitamin E to our wipes, or as it’s less commonly known: Tocopheryl Acetate. see less
We use Water to remove impurities from your baby's skin. Of course, it’s 99% purified water that’s been filtered three times.

Butoxy PEG-4 PG-Amodimethicone makes wipes softer so they slide gently across your baby’s skin.

Polysorbate-20 comes from coconut oil and glucose (a simple sugar from grains like rice). It helps promote healthy skin.

Aloe Vera, it’s listed on our product as Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice

We use Caprylyl Glycol as a gentle conditioner to help soothe your baby’s delicate skin.

We use Malic Acid (found in apples) to match the pH of baby’s skin. If the pH rises too high, it disrupts the skin's natural, healthy state.

Sodium Benzoate is used to keep foods like bread and fruit juice fresh. We use it to prevent the growth of bacteria in each pack.

Found in citrus fruits like lemons, oranges and grapefruit, Sodium Citrate ensures our wipes stay fresh.

We add Vitamin E to our wipes, or as it’s less commonly known: Tocopheryl Acetate.

Rachel Lawson
· August 29, 2019
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I think that info can be found online or on the manuf website. I gave these to my daughter in law so I don’t have a package.
Luvbees
· April 21, 2020
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Hi, there. We are having a hard time understanding your question. Please know that we can't recommend that Huggies products be modified into masks as the product has not been tested against or designed to prevent Covid-19, as well as not being designed for use as a mask. Should you have any additional questions, please… see more Hi, there. We are having a hard time understanding your question. Please know that we can't recommend that Huggies products be modified into masks as the product has not been tested against or designed to prevent Covid-19, as well as not being designed for use as a mask. Should you have any additional questions, please contact us by phone at 1-877-648-2484 (weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST) so we can help. Hope you have a great day! see less Hi, there. We are having a hard time understanding your question. Please know that we can't recommend that Huggies products be modified into masks as the product has not been tested against or designed to prevent Covid-19, as well as not being designed for use as a mask. Should you have any additional questions, please contact us by phone at 1-877-648-2484 (weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST) so we can help. Hope you have a great day!
Kimberly-Clark
Manufacturer · July 23, 2020