Wipes Tour 1

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Wipes Tour 2

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Cloth-Like Material

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Water-Based Cleansing Lotion

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Water-Based Cleansing Lotion 2

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Water-Based Cleansing Lotion 3

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Water-Based Cleansing Lotion 4

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What’s In My Baby’s Wipes?

When it comes to changing time, a gentle clean makes all the difference. Developed based on years of expertise in skin care and baby products, Pampers wipes are designed to be mild and effective. Research shows that Pampers baby wipes help maintain healthy-looking skin, and are milder than water and washcloth on baby’s skin.


All Pampers products and materials undergo rigorous safety and performance evaluations before they ever come into contact with baby’s skin. Find out more about the safety process and what we don't add to Pampers products.

  • Modified Cellulose (Lyocell/Tencel)
  • Polypropylene
  • What is it?
    Soft, high performance fibers – like those used in athletic wear – with a safe use history in a variety of consumer and personal care products. These fibers help ensure a gentle and thorough clean for baby.
    Did You Know?
    From the football field to produce aisle, polypropylene is durable enough to get the job done, but also safe for baby.

  • Purified Water
  • What is it?
    Water makes up more than 97 percent of the lotion, and helps loosen and dissolve messes as well as any residual or dried urine from baby's skin.
    Did You Know?
    Water makes up more than 70 percent of the earth’s surface.

  • Xanthan Gum
  • What is it?
    A naturally occurring material used to improve the texture of the wipe and its feeling on baby's skin.
    Did You Know?
    Xanthan gum is commonly used in toothpaste and food products — including ketchup!

  • PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil
  • What is it?
    A modified oil that acts as both an emulsifier, to help remove oily soil from baby's bottom, and as a skin conditioning agent.
    Did You Know?
    PEG oils are also used in textiles, personal care and food products.

  • Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride
  • What is it?
    Derived from coconut, it acts as a skin conditioning agent for baby.
    Did You Know?
    Used in moisturizers.

  • Bis-PEG/PPG-16/16 PEG/PPG-16/16 Dimethicone
  • What is it?
    Silicone-based skin-softening and emulsifying agents designed to promote baby's skin health.
    Did You Know?
    You can find these ingredients in lotion and personal care items.

  • Citric Acid
  • What is it?
    Found in many citrus fruits, it is used to buffer the pH in the acidic range of many foods, skin care products and cosmetics. In wipes, pH buffers help maintain the natural pH balance of baby's skin.
    Did You Know?
    Citric acid is often added to food and even water.

  • Sodium Citrate
  • What is it?
    Like citric acid, sodium citrate can be found in citrus fruits and used to buffer the pH in skin care products. In wipes, pH buffers help maintain the natural pH balance of baby's skin.
    Did You Know?
    Sodium citrate is an antioxidant, like vitamin A!

  • Sodium Benzoate
  • What is it?
    Sodium benzoate functions as a preservative that prevents microbial contamination. Clinically proven mild for baby's skin, the preservatives in Pampers wipes lotion help keep the wipes fresh before use and prevent cross contamination once the package has been opened.
    Did You Know?
    It is also used in food products.

  • Disodium EDTA
  • What is it?
    Helps prevent deterioration of many cosmetics and baby care products. Clinically proven mild for baby's skin, the preservatives in Pampers wipes lotion help keep the wipes fresh before use and prevent cross contamination once the package has been opened.
    Did You Know?
    Disodium EDTA is widely used in food products.

  • Sorbitan Caprylate
  • What is it?
    Part of the preservative system, sorbitan caprylate is an emulsifier that also helps prevent the deterioration of many cosmetic products. Clinically proven mild for baby's skin, the preservatives in Pampers wipes lotion help keep the wipes fresh before use and prevent cross contamination once the package has been opened.
    Did You Know?
    Sorbitan caprylate is used in lipstick.

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