Comforts For Baby Wipes

Product Details

Each Comforts® Baby Wipe is thick, cushiony-soft, and alcohol-free so it is gentle on baby’s delicate skin. Our milk, cleansing lotion contains aloe and vitamin E to help moisturize. Great for many uses beyond cleaning your baby’s bottom.

  • Paraben free
  • Hypoallergenic
  • 99% water and plant-based ingredients

What Are The Softest Baby Wipes

Choosing a baby wipe depends a lot on your personal preference and a little on (well, sometimes a lot) trial and error. Texture and wetness level of wipes varies a ton, and it’s hard to know what you’ll like best before testing out different brands for yourself. It’s also tough to anticipate how sensitive your little one’s skin will be to certain fragrances or formulas. We recommend buying wipes in small quantities from a few different brands at first, then stocking up once you find the ones you’ll want to stick with for the long haul.

Here are some factors to consider when choosing baby wipes:

  • Price: Package sizes vary from brand to brand. The easiest way to compare prices is to determine the cost per wipe. However, you may end up using more wipes if they’re cheaper quality.
  • Environment: If you’re concerned about the environmental impact of using wipes, look for reusable or biodegradable types.
  • Ingredients: All wipes are nontoxic, but some are also hypoallergenic, fragrance-free or made with all-natural ingredients, which can be helpful if your little one has sensitive skin.
  • Quantity: You can usually save money buying in bulk, but keep in mind that if you don’t go through the wipes fast enough, some may dry out. Also, you’ll want a few smaller packs to toss in your diaper bag.

How We Chose the Best Baby Wipes

We asked thousands of real Babylist families about the baby products they love the most, then took the top products they shared with us and added our own research and insight to tell you about the best baby wipes.

Popular Pick

Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes - $17.49.

Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes


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These wipes are a popular choice among hospitals and we can understand why. They’re 20% thicker than other wipes, making them feel soft and cloth-like but sturdy enough to deal with the tougher messes. They’re also hypoallergenic and fragrance-free, made with only 99% purified water and a small amount of gentle cleaners.

Natural and Affordable

Huggies Natural Care Sensitive Wipes - $19.97.

Huggies Natural Care Sensitive Wipes


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Huggies wipes are popular with parents both for their effectiveness and their affordability, and their Natural Care line was a welcome addition to the brand. These triple-filtered wipes are made from 99% purified water and infused with aloe and vitamin E. They’re also free from harsh ingredients, parabens, fragrances and alcohol.

Just Add Water

WaterWipes Unscented Baby Wipes - $3.99 and up.

WaterWipes Unscented Baby Wipes

$3.99 and up

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The simplest ingredients—water and a touch of grapefruit seed extract to prevent mold—make these wipes gentle enough for even the most sensitive newborn skin. There’s no other disposable wipe as pure as these. Just note that because they don’t have chemical preservatives, they can develop mold more quickly. Don’t buy too many at once and don’t put them in a wipes warmer.

Soft and Gentle

Pampers Aquapure Baby Wipes - $16.44.

Pampers Aquapure Baby Wipes


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The wipes companion to the ultra-popular Pampers Pure Protection disposable diapers, these hypoallergenic wipes are made from premium cotton and 99% purified water. They’re soft and gentle and a good choice for parents looking for a wipe that’s gentle on baby’s delicate skin.

Environmentally Friendly

Bambino Mio Cloth Baby Wipes.

Bambino Mio Cloth Baby Wipes

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Just like you can choose cloth diapers over disposables, reusable cloth wipes are an option too. Over time, using cloth wipes can save you money, and there’s really no alternative better for the environment than going this route. These are made from cotton fibers and just require a little bit of warm water. We recommend about two to three dozen wipes if you decide to use cloth.

Super Sustainable

DYPER Sustainable Baby Wipes - $26.00.

DYPER Sustainable Baby Wipes


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Like the idea of a more sustainable wipe but don’t want to commit to cloth? DYPER wipes are made from Bamboo viscose fibers that’s responsibly sourced. They’re also free of parabens, sulfates, perfumes, alcohol, chlorine and phthalates. For a more sustainable disposable diaper option, be sure to also check out the brand’s monthly diaper subscription.

Gentle and Durable

The Honest Company Baby Wipes - $35.99.

The Honest Company Baby Wipes


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Many plant-based, water-based wipes don’t always do a great job of cleaning up tough messes—but that’s not the case with Honest wipes. These wipes are free of alcohol, parabens, fragrances and chlorine processing but take care of stinky bottoms no problem. They’re gentle enough to use on your little ones face and hands, too.


Babyganics Baby Wipes - $14.99.

Babyganics Baby Wipes


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We like Babyganics for what it has (a moisturizing blend of sunflower, cranberry, tomato, and raspberry seed oils) as much as for what it doesn’t: alcohol, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, artificial dyes or fragrances. They’re thick and soft and on the larger side, which we also like. Just keep in mind that they do have a mild scent to them that some parents don’t love, and that they can dry out fairly easily if you buy them in a large pack so you may want to use them with a wipes dispenser.

Baby Wipe Solution For Cloth Wipes

Personally, I loved those thin baby washcloths that everyone gets at their baby shower. They’re not that useful for baths, but they’re just perfect for wiping bums.

Cloth wipes on Amazon

Many cloth diaper brands also sell their own branded cloth wipes, or for luxury feels, you can buy ultra soft minky, velour, or bamboo cloths. Etsy is a great place to find those.

Cleaning up with cloth is as simple as just add water and wipe, though many people use homemade wipe solutions, store-bought solutions, or wipe bits. Virtually all of the time though, water was just fine for us.


There are many ways to store cloth wipes. In the beginning I reused disposable wipes containers and filled them with my cloth wipes folded in half.

Store cloth wipes in an old disposable wipes container

But then I had a second baby, and with two in diapers I stopped being fancy and just made a big stack of them next to the change table. This is a great way to get older siblings to help out too. I would draft Tee into helping me dig out all the cloth wipes out of the clean diaper laundry and stacking them neatly.

Cloth baby wipes - cost-effective, eco-friendly, and gentler on baby's bum

And when I was diapering on the go, I would take a stack of cloth wipes, fold them in half, stuff them into a small wet bag, and throw the whole thing in the diaper bag.

Keep a stash of cloth wipes in a wet bag in your diaper bag

Dry Wipes

The next question is whether to store them wet or dry. I used a dry system. All my wipes were dry until right before I used them. At home I got into the routine of grabbing a wipe (or two if I could smell there was something messy in there), running them under the tap, and giving them a quick squeeze to get the excess water out before bringing baby to the change table. For really big messes, I kept a roll of toilet paper next to the change table to get the worst of it, then finished the job with the damp cloth wipes.

On the go, I would pack dry wipes and either use the sink in whatever bathroom we found ourselves in, or pour a little out from my water bottle. That way I never had to worry about mildewy wipes. Of course, many parents go for the simple route and use cloth at home and disposable wipes while out, and that’s a valid option too.

Wet Wipes

Some prefer to make their cloth wipes as similar to disposable wipes as possible by pre-wetting them with solution so they’re ready to go right out of the bag or box. Don’t prepare more wipes than you think you can get through in one or two days though. Most homemade solutions don’t last that long (no preservatives, remember?), so it can be pretty disheartening to realize your carefully moistened and folded wipes are getting musty – or even worse, mildewy – in just a couple of days.

Another alternative is to keep pre-made solution in a spray bottle and spritz your wipes just before using. The solution will still go bad after a while (homemade sooner than commercial), but it’ll last longer in a bottle.

Spray homemade or store-bought solution on your wipes as needed

Wipe solutions are basically water, soap, and oil. If you make your own, make sure to boil the water and let it cool before using to keep it lasting longer. Personally, I used plain water 99.9% of the time, but if you’re looking for simple wipe solution recipes to try, here are some ideas:

DIY Soap Bits Recipe from The Pierogie Mama

Three Favourite Homemade Wipes Solutions from All About Cloth Diapers

Ten Homemade Baby Wipe Solutions from Padded Tush Stats


When you already cloth diaper, cloth wipes are a cinch to wash. Just throw them into your diaper pail and wash with your diapers using whatever routine you already use. When baby starts pooping solids, keep a roll of toilet paper at the change table to get the worst of the mess off and flush it down the toilet with the rest of the poop. That way you don’t need to worry about scraping or spraying your wipes. Easy peasy!

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