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Baby Wipes & Wet Tissue Questions

Baby Wipe is a wet tissue-style wipe, and each sheet is cut from nonwoven fabrics, then folded and stored on top of one another. Each sheet is not connected, but pulling out sheets together is possible, as the sheets contain a chemical solution and they stick easily to each other because of the moisture. In such cases, if you pull it hard towards you in a quick manner, it will be easier to take out a single sheet.
We make it so that its quality does not change up to two and a half years from the date of manufacturing when the product remains unopened and preserved in a normal environment. However, contents might experience sight alterations when stored in places containing high temperatures, wide-ranging changes in the temperature, humidity, and/or direct sunlight. Please do not use the product if it smells strange when the package is opened, or if it is discoloured. Please do not store it in areas with high temperatures, humidity, or direct sunlight; use it as soon as possible after opening the package.
Moisturizing Cloths contains lanolin (a moisturiser) and uses lattice weave fabric that catches sticky and water stools easily. Whereas for Baby Wipes (red packaging), it contains mostly pure water and uses plain weave fabric that is soft on babies.
Baby Wipes are recommended for use on baby’s bottom which is the most delicate body part, and they are also safe to wipe on baby’s bodies and face.  However, to wipe your baby's mouth and hands after feeding, we recommend our Hand and Mouth Wipes, which contains 100% food grade ingredients.
Both wet tissues contain 100% food grade ingredients that are safe for babies.  The main difference between these two items is in the usage occasion. Anti-bacterial wet tissue is used to disinfect feeding utensils, teethers and pacifiers, especially ideal for outdoor where soap and water are not readily available. Whereas Hand & Mouth wet tissue is gentle and safe to use on your baby’s hands face and mouth, especially during feeding.