I love baby wipes. They are great for so many different things, from removing makeup to freshening myself up down there, and they're always much less expensive than the wipes designed for those specific purposes. But these are one of the worst kinds of baby wipes I've tried, and that's no exaggeration.
First, the good points, because there are some. Huggies Soft Skin Baby Wipes include shea butter, which makes them very soft to the touch with a nice, light scent of shea butter. They work well for removing my makeup, cleaning my face, refreshing my skin when I don't have time for a shower, and I love the fact that I can get 64 wipes in a pack for less than what it would cost me for feminine wipes or facial cleansing wipes. I know it sounds like a great product, and my biggest complaint doesn't outnumber the pros, but it makes me absolutely certain not to buy these wipes again.
Every time I try to remove a wipe from the pack, every single time, they rip. I usually end up with a tiny pinch of wipe between my fingers and the one I was trying to pull out still firmly inside the pack. Or I start pulling and I think I've got it, only to then rip a whole sliver off the wipe as I pull enthusiastically. Sometimes it only takes one rip before I get the whole thing out, and sometimes one wipe turns into bits and pieces in my hands and all over the floor.
It makes me wonder if all that shea butter is actually the reason they won't unstick from each other, but I've never had this problem with wipes before, and I'm certainly not going to take a chance on another pack of Huggies Soft Skin Baby Wipes to find out whether or not it will happen again.
Stick with another brand, it's just not worth the hassle.