Seventh Generation Thick & Strong Free and Clear Baby Wipes, 384 Count


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FEATURED Seventh Generation Thick & Strong Free and Clear Baby Wipes, 384 Count

REGULAR PRICE: $ 14.99

Sensitive little bottoms demand extra TLC at changing time. New and improved free and clear baby wipes combine gentle, cloth-like performance with the thickness you need to wipe away little (and big) messes. As always, our baby wipes are free of alcohol, dyes, synthetic fragrances, parabens and phthalates. Keep a spare pack handy for clean-up on the go. You’ll love the way the generously sized wipes handle meal-time spills, grubby hands, muddy feet and everything in-between.

  • Strong, thick wipes for advanced baby care and cleaning
  • Do more with less: use fewer wipes per change
  • Wipes are generously sized making them a natural choice to clean up little (and big) messes
  • As always, Free & Clear of alcohol, dyes & synthetic fragrances
  • Unscented, hypoallergenic & Biopreferred

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  1. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    213 of 222 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Price went up and quality went down, January 31, 2013
    By 
    econmom

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    This review is from: Seventh Generation Thick & Strong Free and Clear Baby Wipes, 384 Count (Health and Beauty)

    A swing and a miss for Seventh Generation, with these reformulated wipes. I just received my latest shipment, as part of my 1yr+ subscription. Was really surprised to see that the price went up (dramatically for me, because my Amazon Mom 20%-off deal just ended with this shipment), and the quality declined. I’m returning them, canceling my subscription, and switching to other wipes.

    Previously the material in the wipes was a blend of polyester & rayon — same stuff as in clothing. Now it’s wood pulp blended with plastic resins (polypropelene and polyethylene). Feels like a wet paper towel. They’re definitely not soft.

    The top three ingredients in the previous wipes were: water, glycerin (a type of moisturizer), and citric acid (an alpha hydroxy acid, according to EWG’s database). New ingredients: water, cocamidopropyl pg dimonium chloride phosphate (I’ve never heard of this before and EWG has no data), and sodium benzoate (a preservative). Why would I switch to a wipe that uses a chemical I’ve never heard of, and a preservative, too, before even listing something that would moisturize my baby’s skin?

    Neither of these changes strikes me as particularly “green” or “sustainable”. That’s greenwashing — Seventh Generation is relying on their brandname to increase the price and cut quality, without losing sales. Too bad. I’m voting with my dollars against this reformulated wipe, and I’ll be buying different wipes from now on.

    ****Revised June 28, 2013****:

    Thanks Seventh Generation, for listening to your customers and bringing back the original baby wipes! I’m looking forward to giving them a good review.

    In my dialog with the Seventh Generation rep., we discussed how people, particularly new parents, don’t always have the time or resources to investigate ingredients. And as a new parent, I’ve learned that our main chemical law in the U.S. is outdated, with only limited requirements for safety testing, making things more complicated for everyone. Thankfully, there are current proposals in Congress, being discussed now, that would reform the law.

    The Seventh Generation rep. put it much more eloquently than I could, when she wrote: “Like you, we have hopes for a world where parents and children don’t have to worry about the possible long-term effects of the ingredients in their favorite products. For this reason, we are supporters of the Safe Chemical Act of 2011 which would require the EPA to take immediate action on the most dangerous chemicals and require chemical companies to demonstrate the safety of their products before they are released into the marketplace. You can learn about this act here [note: I can't post the URL here, but the link was to the Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families website, with info on the bill].”

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    Jun 18, 2013 5:14:38 AM PDT

    Ashley says:
    (MANUFACTURER)
    Hi there-
    This is Ashley from Seventh Gen. I wanted to let you know: the Original wipes are back! Check them out here:

    Seventh Generation Original Soft and Gentle Free & Clear Baby Wipes, 350 Count

    We developed our new wipe because we heard from lots and lots of consumers who wanted to be able to clean more mess with each wipe – so we created a thicker, more moist wipe. But we didn’t realize what a loyal following our original wipe had. It was a hard lesson to learn and we are truly thankful that you raised your voice and demanded we bring back the product you love. So now, we’re pleased to offer both – the original wipe and the new thicker wipe.

    Thank you for your patience and loyalty. Like you, we are committed to products that help us care for the next seven generations. As always, we appreciate your feedback and invite you to contact our customer service team with any additional comments (dgl@seventhgeneration.com).

     
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  4. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    98 of 109 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not a good change, bring back the old formula!, January 14, 2013
    By 
    mommyh

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    This review is from: Seventh Generation Thick & Strong Free and Clear Baby Wipes, 384 Count (Health and Beauty)

    I’ve been using 7th Gen wipes for several years & am not happy with the new formula. They are rough feeling compared to the old ones and they are very sudsy and leave a sticky residue on my kiddos skin that after just a few uses has given him a terrible rash. I unfortunately was sent a case of these for my subscribe & save, had I known they’d be as awful as they are I would have sent them back to Amazon for a refund. I know some folks have complained that the old wipes were too thin and dry, but these are horrible in comparison. I’ve read the replies here on Amazon from the 7th Gen rep & I understand they were aiming for an improvement with this product, but they have failed miserably. I, like several other folks reviewing the product will be shopping for a different wipe.

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    Jun 18, 2013 5:23:51 AM PDT

    Ashley says:
    (MANUFACTURER)
    Hi, I am a representative from Seventh Generation. Thank you so much for your feedback. We love hearing from our customers!

    I am sorry to hear you were not fully satisfied with the newer formula. We are happy to announce that we have reintroduced the original wipe! Check it out here: Seventh Generation Original Soft and Gentle Free & Clear Baby Wipes, 350 Count

    We didn’t realize what a loyal following our original wipe had. It was a hard lesson to learn and we are truly thankful that you raised your voice and demanded we bring back the product you love. So now, we’re pleased to offer both – the original wipe and the new thicker wipe.

    Thank you for your feedback and past loyalty. Like you, we are committed to products that help us care for the next seven generations.

    If you have any other questions or comments regarding the wipes, or any other Seventh Generation products, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at: dgl@seventhgeneration.com

     
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    39 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Instant diaper rash, February 19, 2013
    By 
    Morgan Johnson (san francisco, ca United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    I chose the 7th Gen wipes after trying out several different kinds. They were the only ones that *didn’t* give my baby boy a diaper rash. He has sensitive skin. Like a princess. It’s cool, it runs in the family. But when they recently changed the formula and packaging they stopped being gentle on his skin. Basically his little formerly-pristine butt now looks like pepperoni pizza.

    Thanks, Seventh Generation!

    Also the new bags are hard to open? I’m not drunk and I have all the usual fingers and thumbs and I still find them super annoying to open.

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    Jun 18, 2013 5:30:37 AM PDT

    Ashley says:
    (MANUFACTURER)
    Hi Morgan, I’m from Seventh Generation. Thank you so much for your comments. We love hearing from our customers! We are please to announce that Seventh Generation has brought back our original baby wipes. And the best news is we haven’t changed a thing!
    Seventh Generation Original Soft and Gentle Free & Clear Baby Wipes, 350 Count
    We developed our new wipe because we heard from a lot of consumers who wanted to be able to clean more mess with each wipe – so we created a thicker, more moist wipe. But we didn’t realize what a loyal following our original wipe had. We are deeply sorry for the delay on the original wipes, but now that they are back, we hope you’ll give them another try.

    Thank you for your feedback and past loyalty. Like you, we are committed to products that help us care for the next seven generations. If you would like to discuss this further, please reach out at: dgl@seventhgeneration.com

     
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