You only need 1 piece of Pampers diaper for a dry, peaceful night’s sleep!
Check out mummy blogger Daphne Ling’s review of the new Pampers diapers.
The moment you decide to have a baby, your happiness is very much tied to your baby’s happiness level. I think it’s safe to say that there’s nothing us parents want more than to have a happy, healthy baby.
Sure, there are moments where we can’t do much to help them feel better (like when they’re ill or in pain), but oftentimes, making the right parental choices can make a world of difference between a happy, smiley baby – or a grouchy, fussy one.
Choosing the right diaper is one of those important choices. Some common problems mums face include:
- Leaky diapers (which causes a mess and extra clean-up work)
- Poor fit (angry red marks on baby’s thighs and waist)
- Inferior quality (itchy, scratchy material on baby’s bottom and diaper rash)
- Poor absorbency (requiring frequent changes throughout the day and night)
With my 4 babies, I think I’ve tried almost every diaper brand in the market and I had to deal with all the problems listed above. One time, my baby was fussing uncontrollably – I fed him, burped him, changed his diaper, checked the temperature, tried carrying, rocking, soothing – yet nothing worked. Finally, I rechecked his diaper and realised that the elastic band around his thigh was cutting into his skin, causing an angry red mark on his poor little baby thigh. We were so stressed out for that entire hour, trying unsuccessfully to soothe him and the whole time, it could have been easily solved by switching to a better diaper.
If you’re a new mum looking for the best diaper or a mum struggling with all these issues with your current diaper brand, here’s some good news. Pampers understands how frustrating these diaper problems can be and they have designed some of the best diapers that will keep your baby happy and comfy.
All about Pampers
Did you know that Pampers was the very first disposable diapers invented in 1950? Since then, Pampers has continued to innovate to deliver superior leakage protection. Today, it’s still one of the very best diapers you can use for your baby.
In March 2014, Pampers just launched their latest technology, offering 3 different taped product ranges: Swaddlers, Cruisers & Baby Dry.
Go to the next page for my review of the new Pampers baby diapers.
Pampers Baby Dry for Baby Theo & Pampers Active Baby Pants for Finn
I put this new range of Pampers diapers to the test with my 2 diaper-wearing kids, and here’s what I really think of them:
1. Soft and slim
The first thing I noticed was how soft and slim the diapers were. It’s about half the thickness of the other diaper brands that claimed to provide similar protection, and felt unbelievably soft on both my babies’ bottoms.
2. Superior absorbency and dryness
This is where Pampers really delivers. Many brands may claim to provide long lasting dryness but Pampers really lives up to it, thanks to the extra sleep layer and longer acquisition layer.
Not only does it keep baby’s bottom dry for an entire night, it absorbs the wetness really well that he doesn’t feel that uncomfortable, damp feeling at all.
With Pampers’ 12 Hour Dryness, I only need 1 Pampers diaper per night, which means that I don’t have to change his diaper in the middle of the night or worry that it’ll leak in the morning. It also means that my baby has a better chance of having a sound, comfy sleep.
Hey, don’t just take my word for it – check out this dry test below.
3. Comfy fit
Pampers has gone to great lengths to make sure that the diaper is a perfect fit for your baby. From the seamless adhesion to the stretchable tape ears and snug, comfy elastic seams, it’s all designed to provide ultimate comfort for the baby. With Pampers, I don’t have to worry about my baby getting angry red elastic marks on his thighs or tummy.
Mums, you can be assured that your baby’s bottom will be kept dry and comfy all day and night – thanks to Pampers!
This review was written by Daphne Ling of http://www.motherinc.org/.
Have you tried the new range of Pampers baby diapers? Tell us what you think of them by leaving a comment below!