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The Best & Coolest Things – Huggies Natural Care Fragrance Free Baby Wipes

I’m starting something new. I’m going to be doing reviews of things I like. The way I go about buying most things is I spend a few hours researching and reading reviews, then buy the things that are a good cross between being affordable and working decently. Some things are not as easy to judge by reading online reviews, so then I try a bunch of different things in that category until I find something that’s great. The initial time/effort spent researching pays off because then I usually end up with something that works well.

Since the first thing I reviewed was the best condom, I thought it would be fitting to review something that goes hand-in-hand with that. So you know how after you have sex, and you’re both kind of gooey? You could go take a shower straight away, but that’s no fun because then you don’t get to enjoy the post-orgasmic bliss period. You could also do a quick wipe up with tissues, but tissues don’t really completely take away the gooey feeling.

So. The best solution I have come up with are baby wipes. They are really cheap and don’t shred like tissues, so you actually use less of them. They are also wet enough to wipe up the goo (his and hers) without having to take a shower straight away, so you can enjoy cuddling/passing out/smoking a cig/whatever you do after sex without feeling icky. Okay, now let’s get to *which* baby wipes. Not all baby wipes were created equally, and I’ve tried a bunch of them.

The problem I’ve had with most is some ingredient in them that do not agree with my lady parts. Genitals, at least women’s genitals, which I’m just going to call VJs here, can be fussy. (A note for the ladies: That’s why doctors don’t recommend douching or using scented products down there. VJs are supposed to self-regulate. It’s something to do with pH balance. If a VJ smells funky, there’s a good chance it is a yeast infection, bacterial vaginosis, or a urinary tract infection. Go see a doctor.)

Huggies Natural Care Fragrance Free wipes do not have any adverse effect because they are both hypoallergenic and fragrance free. They do the job well, are not sticky or slick like other wipes, and they have *the best* texture. The texture is so good that I use them to clean my face at the end of each day. They take off make-up better than any wipes I have tried that were created to take off make-up. You can also use them to do a quick wipe up if you’re going camping or just don’t have time to shower. The best way to describe them is you will feel *clean* after using them. No residue leftover.

Cost: Less than $4 for a tub of 64 in most drugstores and supermarkets. I like to buy one plastic tub then refill with the 184 bulk packs, which works out to be even cheaper.

So that’s it. Happy sexing and post-orgasmic blissing.

Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes, $12.99 for 3 Soft Packs, 56 ct/ea (168 wipes total) at Amazon.com

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Edit 8/7/13: This post used to be about Huggies Sensitive wipes, which have since been discontinued. After I ran out of those, I tried many different other brands and types of baby wipes to find a replacement. The Natural Care wipes won – they are pretty much identical in performance to the Sensitive wipes.





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