Yes and No. Flushable wipes can technically be physically flushed and while they might make it through the curved part of your toilet, they are likely to get stuck in the drainpipe or build up over time and cause a clogged drain.
The problem with flushable wipes is that while they do flush and go down the drain, they don’t disintegrate. When toilet paper is wet, it falls apart quickly because it is manufactured to dissolve. Flushable wipes do not fall apart when they are wet – they actually hold together better than paper towels.
The bottom line is that flushable wipes will most likely cause a sewage backup and should not be used under any circumstances.