Don’t Fear the Mess with Pampers Baby Wipes

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We all know how you can really have to clean up as a mum – chocolate on chins, dirt between fingers, and pretty much everything else!

Every baby’s skin deserves a naturally low pH, but mess makes high pH which can irritate baby’s skin.

Pampers Sensitive Wipes are proven to be milder than cotton wool and water. They are dermatologically accredited by the Skin Health Alliance, which means they’re kind to your little one’s sensitive skin. Plus,Pampers Sensitive Wipes are made with a unique Soft Grip TextureTM which makes them thicker and super soft to provide gentle cleaning with less wiping.

I was sent the Two Little Ducks pH test to see how Pampers wipes can deal with high pH:

As you can see from the video, the pink dots that we stuck to the ducks bottom indicate a high pH that can be found in the nappy area where moisture and other irritants can cause pH to go up.

Wiping the dots with plain, distilled water leaves the pH levels high as the dots remain pink, however when ducky’s bottom is wiped by a Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipe the pink testing strip turns yellow which means the high pH paper is back to its low natural pH.

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This demonstration shows that Pampers wipes include more effective pH management. It helps baby’s skin pH return to a natural level as you clean, and maintains it over time, thanks to its unique lotion.

I’m working with BritMums and Pampers testing their wipes and featuring their new #PampersPooface video. I was provided wipes and have been compensated for my time. All editorial and opinions are my own.

One thought on “Don’t Fear the Mess with Pampers Baby Wipes

  1. Kate Holmes says:

    Great to read about and see how you got on. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part.
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