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Dentinox Eye Wipes

Cleaning your baby’s eyes can be a nerve-wracking task.That’s why Dentinox has developed handy new Eye Wipes. Safe, sterile and simple to use; each saline wipe is individually wrapped, making them suitable to cleanse and refresh little eyes whether you’re at home or out and about.
Suitable for use from birth, SterileSoft and gentle material, Convenient and easy to use on-the-go
Babies tend to suffer from sticky eyes due to the size of their tear ducts. If left unchecked, it can cause distress for both little one and parent. Sticky eyes can continue for some time, although babies tend to outgrow the problem eventually. Sticky eye can occur in one or both eyes and is often more noticeable after a sleep.Using Dentinox Eye Wipes can help gently remove any watery, sticky or gunky residue from your baby’s eyes, leaving them cleansed and refreshed.

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£3.49 available from larger Boots, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Tesco and local independent pharmacies or click online to find local stockist

Dentinox Eye Wipes Reviews

Product Tested by:

Tested By
Rose Dugard – Lara 5 Months

Awarded The Dentinox Eye Wipes 4.5/5

Nice packaging, instantly
recognisable branding.Good packaging bright and easy to see if on the
shelf.I like the fact the wipes are individually wrapped as more
hygienic. Very simple straight forward
instructions for use.Very impressed with the feel of the wipe. Really
soft and gentle for babies eyes. Good quality.They aren’t an expensive
product but not sure how popular or useful they would actually be. Therefore
making them not great value.I would recommend if I knew someone who
required this sort of product. Nice
packaging good quality wipes with a gentle touch to skin.I personally
wouldn’t buy this product it seems a bit pointless. It’s a bit if a targeted
audience and if babies have gunky eyes it’s easier for a parent to get it out
with their fingers rather than what is effectively a wet wipe. As it’s kept in
a little wrap it’s cold so my baby just pulled away as it didn’t feel nice to
her. Rose
Dugard – Lara 5 Months

Tested By
Caroline Little – Bryson 3 Months

Awarded The Dentinox Eye Wipes 4.3/5

liked the look of the box. Would catch
my eye and you could clearly see what product was and good quality information
on the box. Also comes in box of 12
individually wrapped eye wipes.
Instructions clear and easy to follow.
The wipe felt good quality and my son had bad eye infection at the time
of receiving these so were handy to have as had to use special flannel, towel
etc. for him so as not to pass injection onto other children. These worked well enough keeping the
injection at bay with the relevant medication given to us by the doctor. Wipes can be expensive and these are for a
very specific part of the face so reasonable, not great value but not too
expensive. I would recommend them for parents who have a baby with an eye
injection. However, generally I would
normally use the wipes we buy weekly as they work well. Although due to the injection I was pleased
we had these to try out. These were good
quality, were pleased to have these as individually wrapped and only used them
on my son. I would consider purchasing
these again but only if he had a really bad eye injection. Generally I would stick to my normal
wipes. Caroline Little – Bryson 3 Months

Tested By
Doreen Smith – Children 5 Months & 4 Years

Awarded The Dentinox Eye Wipes 3.5/5

about this item as didn’t think they would do anything that a baby wipe
wouldn’t. Good quality packaging,
clearly see what product is and lots of information on the pack. Instructions clear and precise. Quality is sufficient. Price I personally believe is high for what
this is. I
like most mums buy baby wipes as a necessity, I personally think that these are
an added expense that we could do without.
A normal baby wipe would do the trick.
I would consider buying them if my child suffered from eye
infections. It’s a good idea in
theory, however, £3.49 for 12 wipes, is very expensive when you can buy a full
back (circa 70 wipes) in Tesco for £0.79.
They are not value for money, and a normal baby wipe would do its job. Yes they are sterile, however, from
experience, when a baby has an eye infection, the doctor always recommends
using water only – and if needed they provide eye drops. I would not buy this product. Doreen Smith –
Children 5 Months & 4 Years




Really soft and gentle for babies eyes. Good quality.They aren’t an expensive product but not sure how popular or useful they would actually be.


Rose Awarded The Dentinox Eye Wipes 4.5/5

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