The ingredients of these wipes are okay, but they do have both phenoxyethanol and potassium sorbate as preservatives. The rest of the ingredients are fine, and the wipe itself is made from chlorine-free viscose and polyester—we'd prefer better materials. via
Are Parents Choice diapers toxic?
Unfortunately, Walmart does not state that its Parent's Choice diapers are phthalate-free. This Amazon brand of diapers is free from chlorine, perfumes, lotions, parabens, and phthalates, and so live up to their name when it comes to being safe for our little ones' skin. via
Who makes Parent's Choice wipes?
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has relaunched its nearly 20-year-old Parent's Choice brand, which offers diapers, wipes, baby food and more at everyday low prices, and will now grow to encompass more than 275 essential items. via
Is Walmart discontinuing Parents Choice diapers?
Is Walmart Discontinuing Parent's Choice Diapers? Walmart is not discontinuing their Parent's Choice diapers, the retailer's first-ever premium-style diaper. Walmart just launched the brand, which also includes baby items like sippy cups, lotions and wipes, in 2017, and it has become one of their most popular brands. via
Can you use parents Choice wipes on newborns?
Parent's Choice Fragrance Free Baby Wipes are unique, ultra-thick, cloth-like wipes that are as gentle as water, yet extremely strong. Each wipe is moistened with a mild cleaning solution with soothing aloe extract that is gentle enough for use on baby's face and hands. via
Is Parents Choice a good brand?
Parent's Choice Baby Diapers are a budget-friendly option for daytime use. The majority of our parent testers rated these diapers good for quality, ease of use and value, and all but one tester would buy these diapers and recommend them to other parents. via
Is Walmart Parents Choice brand?
Parent's Choice is Walmart's largest baby brand by items sold and also its fastest-growing baby brand – which shows just how many parents rely on it for their everyday needs. via
Are Parents Choice and members Mark diapers the same?
Member's Mark diapers are comparable to other store brand diapers like Walmart's Parents Choice, Aldi, and Target's Up and Up. via
What brand is parents choice?
Parent's Choice™ is Walmart's exclusive, private brand that today extends beyond infant formula: Baby and Toddler Foods including Yogurt Bites, Cereals, Cereal Bars, Little Puffs ®, Little Fruits ®, Little Munchers™, and Little Wheels™ via
Who owns Parent's Choice?
Parent's Choice is Walmart's store brand; including diapers, formula, and accessories. Like other Walmart store brands, its design and packaging was relaunched in 2010. Parent's Choice is manufactured by Wyeth (a pharmaceutical company). via
Where are parents choice wipes made?
We trust the Nice Pak factory in Jonesboro, Arkansas, to create the best product possible. They don't take shortcuts, so moms and dads who use Parent's Choice cotton wipes can expect excellent care for their baby, every time. via
Are Parents Choice diapers being discontinued?
"Unfortunately, the White Cloud diaper line has been discontinued; however the Parent's Choice brand will still be available. The White Cloud diapers were a brand that was exclusive to the Walmart retailers; therefore they are not available at any other retailer. via
Do parents choice overnight diapers work?
For an overnighter, they work perfectly. Their absorbent capacity is great! Ordinary diapers may not have enough absorbent capacity to handle multiple voids over long periods of time with older babies. When wet mornings become the norm, parents start looking for more protection to guard against overnight leaks. via