The ingredients of Huggies Extra Sensitive Baby Wipes are: Water, Potassium Laureth Phosphate, Glycerin, Polysorbate 20, Tetrasodium EDTA, DMDM Hydantoin, Methylparaben, Malic Acid, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)
Overall I have been very pleased with Huggies Extra Sensitive Wipes. They offer a wonderful, non-harsh, product that is extremely gentle on my baby. They don't have a funky smell and they are sturdy and reliable. The wipes never dry out and they aren't too wet or too dry. I don't have to worry about chemicals (fragrances or alcohol) irritating my sons skin or causing any problems. The wipes do their job well and I'm thankful for that.
Huggies Extra Sensitive Baby Wipes also adds the extra comfort of Aloe and Vitamin E. This is nice because it gives the wipes an extra hint of moisture. While we have been using these wipes we have had virtually no outbreaks of bad diaper rash. Ocassionally he will be slightly red, and thats very rarely, and we may use a bit of Desitin, but for the most part these wipes are so gentle and soft, they do the job without doing any harm what so ever. The wipes are also strong enough that I have never had a problem with them tearing or ripping during a diaper change. I've also let my son play with a wipe or two and he could virtually do no damage to the wipes and he's an active little boy (of course Huggies discourages parents from letting babies play with wipes).
My two sons are a little bit older now but I still buy wipes and always have some on hand in the car, in the bathrooms and in my bag for all eventualities.
I like Huggies Sensitive Baby Wipes for the main reason that my son, who suffers from dry skin and eczema, doesn't get a reaction from them. I can use them on his face, hands and anywhere else necessary. They clean beautifully and they don't irritate his skin in any way. What I don't like about them as much is that they are squashed together in the packet so much so that I'm unable to separate them (especially using one hand, like I used to when they were babies) and I end up extracting a good 4 or 5 wipes before gravity does its' thing and breaks them apart. Secondly, they seem a little bit more moist than some of the other brands and I wonder at times whether this is in part to blame for them sticking together so badly. Thirdly, they don't stretch as well as say, Pampers, and therefore are more inclined to rip, especially with vigorous rubbing.
However all things said, I'm very fond of the Huggies brand. They do have the sensitive attribute that my son so desparately needs and whilst they are a little more expensive than some store brands, the manufacturer does see their way to advertise coupons fairly regularly.