MMM: Some kids stuff that they’re not getting back

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Technically, wet wipes are not meant to be on your person when you don’t have small children around are they? But officially, I’m not sure how I got through life without them before kids.

Now wet-wipe packets are secreted everywhere, from the car, to the back of the buggy and even to that random handbag I used for half an hour last week.

My friend and I once worked out we must get through around two packs a week, easily. And as discussed here, expensive isn’t necessarily the best – so bulk buy, people.

Now I have realised I can’t live without them, there is no embarrassment factor attached to having a packet in my handbag at all times.

Contents of my handbag; make up, Oyster card, fruit, wet wipes, petroleum jelly...
Contents of my handbag; make up, Oyster card, fruit, wet wipes, petroleum jelly…

These My Little Star fragrance free wet wipes from Superdrug are perfect as they have that little plastic opener that means the wipes stay wetter, longer.

And they cost 79p – yes, SEVENTY NINE PENCE! OK, with 56 sheets they may have slightly fewer in a pack than other brands, but that makes them a better, slimmer choice for your handbag.

They’ve become part of my beauty regime too, alongside another Little Star product I have pinched permanently from the children’s toiletries – their Pure Petroleum Jelly.

Lip balm, eyebrow control, dewy cheeks, wind shield, hand cream – Oh, yes, it’s quite good for babies bottoms too.

But it’s now in my handbag as the one-stop baby beauty product that they’re not getting back.

The two products I have pinched from the kids
The two products I have pinched from the kids

Multi-use products that are good for baby, but even better for you = RESULT.

 

 

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