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    1. Hello Karen! Please, check out Huggies Natural Care wipes website to find the information on their manufacturing location.

  1. My wife was recently diagnosed with rectal cancer. Years ago a friend of hers had convinced her that using baby wipes was better than using toilet paper because it “keeps you clean and fresh” longer. She used them for several years. I wonder if there is a connection between the baby wipes and her cancer.

    1. Hi Courtney! Thank you for asking. I have done it in two ways. I put my baby in the sink, supported his body with my hand, leaned him against my body, while washing him under running water with soap. I did not even need to use any cloth. Or I put warm water in a little container and wiped him with a cloth dipped in the water. That worked for pee. For poop, I used dipped in water paper towel first so I can toss it away. Does it make sense?

      1. We have been using Whoopsie’s Wipes as cleaning cloths, just dipped in water and a little natural baby wash. Whoopsie’s are dry, all cotton and have NO chemicals. Just dip in water. Can be used all over the body, but especially better to use these on sensitive parts.

  2. Just out of curiosity, have you tried the Baby Looney Tunes Soft & Silky baby wipes? The ingridients show 3 ingredients and are supposed to be hypoallergenic. Can you comment on these, are they safe to use?

  3. Thank you so much! Now I understand why my hands have been reacting strangely, and mainly my right hand…