I searched the archives and see that you've addressed proper snot-management techniques for children in the past and some comments address the use of baby wipes for wiping little noses. There was no mention, however, of parental nasal mucas.
This past week when just the idea of a lotion-infused facial tissue touching my tenderized nostrils for one more blow could bring a tear to my eye, an emergent situation involving a sneeze and a squirmy one-year old with no diaper developed. Mommy used a baby wipe to blow her nose. Ahhhhhhhh.
Cooler than a tissue. Softer than a tissue. Bigger than a tissue. Stronger than a tissue.
One hesitation: some brands of unscented wipes (usually store brands) smell nasty — like vinegar. Keep that in mind if you're sensitive. Back in the day, I was a Huggies wipes user for that very reason.