Best of Baby Winner for Top Baby Wipes

Three cheers for baby wipes that are tough on messes but gentle on baby’s bottom, and are super-affordable to boot.
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ByThe Bump Editors
Sep 2020
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And the Winner Is: Hello Bello Plant-Based Baby Wipes

Life with a baby is a messy affair. There are endless diaper changes to contend with—as well as snotty noses, food-stained mouths, sticky hands, grimy tables, the list goes on. Which is why you’ll rarely catch a parent without a pack of baby wipes at the ready. Here’s a wipe that’s up to the task of cleaning practically anything, without roughing up baby’s skin (or your wallet).

What We Love

• These plant-based wipes are made with 99 percent water with a touch of aloe vera and chamomile extract; if you want to know exactly what’s in them, the Hello Bello website not only lists the full ingredients but includes a breakdown of what each ingredient is and does—talk about transparency!

• They’re hypoallergenic, pH-balanced and fragrance free, and contain no alcohol, phthalates, parabens or formaldehyde donors

• The wipes are nice and soft but surprisingly strong, with just enough stretch to remove even the clingiest of messes without tearing in your hand (unlike a number of other wipes we tested)

• With a constant, pressing need for a stash of baby wipes, it’s comforting to find an outstanding option that’s half the price of other leading brands

Buy it: $3 for 60,

Check out some of our other favorite baby wipes

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