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Dentinox Eye Wipes | Review

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Earlier in the week I reviewed the brilliant Dentinox Teething Gel (read that here). When I was contacted by Dentinox they also told me about some of the other fab products they have on offer and have also given me the chance to review their Eye Wipes.


Now we're well into our weaning journey Indie is forever wiping every kind of food all over her face, and 9 times out of 10 it ends up in her eyes too.. ouch! She quite often has sticky eyes after naps too as little ones have trouble due to their small eye ducts. This makes Dentinox Eye Wipes perfect for us! They are designed to cleanse baby's eyelids and lashes in a safe way, getting out any nasties that may be in or around the area.

They are covered in a saline solution so are perfectly safe to put near little eyes and are even suitable to use from birth - great for when their eyes are at their most delicate. What's even better is that each wipe is individually wrapped (a separate wipe for each eye is recommended). This makes them great for on the go as you can just pop one in the changing bag - the box if pretty bulky so I'm glad they've done it this way.

I've used a couple of wipes on Indiana now and have had no problems with them. They are soft and gentle to use, and with just one wipe cleaned up her rather mucky looking eye haha (I did try and capture a picture but the one below is the best I could do!). They aren't too wet either so you aren't left with a horrible feeling on your hands or a soggy looking baby haha. I would say I'd want to see more in the box though, as 12 wipes wouldn't get you very far if you used them regularly (especially if you were doing both eyes at a time).


They're only £2.33 in Boots at the moment so I think for that price I would purchase them again, especially if she continues to think yoghurt belongs all over her face!

*Disclaimer - I was sent this item to review however all opinions are honest and my own*

1 comment :

  1. These are great. I used them when our twins were babies as they were both very prone to sticky eyes. Great review hun x

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