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    Remi has soft stool (food? age?) so I wipe him after he's done with his morning #2s. It's what I had on hand for my cats - nature's miracle pet wipes. I also use them to wipe his face; they are moisturizing. Also they really don't smell like anything.

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    I need advice here also. I use unscented hypoallergenic wipes for her belly cause when she squats to pee she will pick up dirt. But the wipes make her break into a rash that looks like a bunch of pump lies and very red. I have since switched to wet paper towels but I wonder if there is a more sanitary solution?.. Any suggestions?

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    i use cuties unscented baby wipes. @Scueva maybe you could try a different brand or some regular hand wipes or maybe some wet cotton balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scueva View Post
    I need advice here also. I use unscented hypoallergenic wipes for her belly cause when she squats to pee she will pick up dirt. But the wipes make her break into a rash that looks like a bunch of pump lies and very red. I have since switched to wet paper towels but I wonder if there is a more sanitary solution?.. Any suggestions?

    Was it definitely the wipes or maybe the grass? Like @cowsmom said definitely try a different brand because it's so convenient. I wonder what ingredients might have been in there to irritate her.

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    I'm almost certain it's the wipes because about 10 minutes after using them she will break out into a rash. I will try another brand and also compare ingredients. Thanks!

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    I use Up and Up (the Target brand) and they are unscented. They have no odor at all and do a great job. Sometimes I can get both booties out of one wipe.

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    Default Re: booty wipes

    We use Huggies Natural Care, they work great and have a nice scent

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    So I been using summers eve simply sensitive on the recommendation of the pharmacist @ cvs. Seems to be working with no rash!



    Quote Originally Posted by elearn View Post
    Was it definitely the wipes or maybe the grass? Like @cowsmom said definitely try a different brand because it's so convenient. I wonder what ingredients might have been in there to irritate her.

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    I was limited on selection at the Stop n Shop near me. I got Huggies Simply Clean to try out. Their unscented is really unscented. So that's a plus. And they are more "cleaner" feeling. But they ripped LOL And I had to use 5 this particular time. LOL I will keep the trials going.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scueva View Post
    So I been using summers eve simply sensitive on the recommendation of the pharmacist @ cvs. Seems to be working with no rash!
    Oh that is good news! I hope these work out well for her.

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    I usually use the Petco puppy wipes for Isabel. I am still waiting for the day that I won't need to wipe her booty but I am afraid this day will never come

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    Luckily, I dont need to do too many booty wipes!! I generally just grab whatever unscented "for sensitive skin" baby wipes I see first off the shelf.

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