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Boogie Wipes

Mommy's Lil Helper: Boogie Wipes

I had the embarrassing mommy moment of walking out of the house only to realize blocks away that my charming daughter had a streak of green snot dried on her forehead. My saliva and short–trimmed fingernails were no match for the smeared slime.

Since allergies are in full bloom, I was lucky to be in the company of another mom who carries the aptly named Boogie Wipes ($4) for sticky times like these. Unlike regular wipes or dry napkins, Boogie Wipes are hypoallergenic and alcohol-free. Gentle on a baby's skin, the towelettes have added saline, chamomile, vitamin E, and aloe. One swipe across her forehead, and my darling was boogie free.

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Greggie Greggie 9 years
I just use the unscented wipes for everything. I can see them being helpful if regular wipes cause problems on other areas of their body, though. I've also been known to just put some baby bath and water onto paper towels and carry those in a baggie to keep them moist.
anniekim anniekim 9 years
I like the sound of these. If I use regular wipes on my 2yr old's face her skin gets all dried out and red. But when out and about it is hard to keep an active child clean w/o using wipes. The name is a little gross.
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