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Wet Ones Moist Towelettes

Reviewing: Playtex Products Wet Ones Antibacterial Towelettes  |  Rating:
Cyn Bagley By Cyn Bagley on
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I was first introduced to this product in the 1970s when my mother was looking for a good cleaner for wiping baby's bottoms. Not to brag, but I am the oldest of nine children and I spent a lot of time wiping poop from babies' bottoms. At the time I had three brothers in diapers.

We loved the product. It wiped the babies clean and kept the rashes from developing. It was a number one product.

A few years later when I was having problems with UTIs and when my gynecologist talked to me about hygiene (I hated that talk because I was already doing what she said... you would think that a doctor could talk to an adult like an adult), I remember "wet ones." It was the perfect product.

Again I began to carry the individual wrapped moist wipes, when I became ill with my disease. It was antibacterial. I could wash my hands and face plus it kept those bad germs from me. I am particularly sensitive to other people's coughs and sneezes. With my moist wipes and bacterial gel, I have been able to keep healthier that if I didn't have these products.

What surprised me was that Playtex makes "Wet Ones." You can find these products packaged in several different ways: travel sizes, individually wrapped, and in a plastic dispenser.

Also, I have found that when I go to the labs to get my blood test and urinalysis tests done (urinalysis is to check my kidneys), I have one of these wipes conveniently in my bag so I don't have to ask the lab techs for one. Really when you are sick, your bodily functions don't belong to you anymore.

But, for adults, children, or infants this is a good cleaning product to keep for those accidents or just to get that little face clean.

One warning: Don't let this get into your eyes. If it gets into the eyes, rinse the eyes thoroughly and then call a doctor.