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Excellent

AdvantagesVersatile and suitable for the whole family

DisadvantagesNone

...Cotton wool is something I use on a daily basis for applying cleanser to my face, removing make up and so on, I do on occasions use it on my Son Jayden, however I mainly use it myself. I?m not loyal to any particular brand but most of time go for a baby cotton wool. One brand of cotton wool I recently purchased and have been using is Boots Baby Cotton Wool Pleats. Packaging The Boots Baby...

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Super

“Cotton wool pleat”

published 28/08/2013

AdvantagesSoft, perform well

DisadvantagesNone

...great for slightly wetting too and placing on the forehead of a baby if they have a bit of a temperature. This really soothes my little boy and girl if they are not feeling well and is nicer than a washcloth in my opinion as it tends to stick to the forehead better. The George at Asda cotton wool pleat comes in a 300g bag which will not last that long but is a good size and at the moment they are...

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Excellent

AdvantagesSoft. Large. Cheap

DisadvantagesNone

...When I was pregnant with Harry we were recommended by midwives not to use baby wipes on our newborn but rather to use cotton wool and warm water. So I stocked up on far too much cotton wool and am still working my way through it all 17 months later. Little angels cotton wool balls cos £1.25 for a large bag containing approximately 200 balls. The cotton wool balls are packaged in a large...

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