When it comes to diapers, parents quickly discover that one size does not fit all. Humans have been using diapers of one sort or another for centuries, but it was only in the late 1940s and early 1950s that several mothers independently invented early versions of what we now know as disposable nappies. While cloth diapers are still in use and praised as an eco-friendlier option, most people opt for the convenience of a single-use product.
ChickAdvisor members praise Pampers diapers for everyday but reach for Huggies Little Swimmers at pool time. Other major brands in the doodoo-disposal industry include Luvs and Teddy's Choice (available at Real Canadian Superstore/Extra Foods).
Pampers Baby Dry Diapers have been our go to for the last 18 months. I feel they provide great coverage on our little girl, they don't have a smell that some other brands do. We have never had a pop explosion with these diapers *knock on wood*. I highly recommend these diapers!
I can't being to say enough about these slip on diapers.
As a mom of a special needs child this are the perfect thing for making change time more easy and fast.
They are super absorbent and have a great stretch to them so they aren't tight around the waist.
Je suis vendu a huggies! J'en est vue passer avec mes 3 enfants et mes 6 de mon service de garde!!! Elle absorbe bien et n'eclate pas en gel...(comme il m'est deja arriver) Bref je recommande huggies a 100%
We loooooove Pampers diapers!! Baby Dry has to be our favorite! Even overnight (12-13 hours) my twins are waking up with dry skin. It is extremely important for our daughter as she has terrible eczema and any moisture that is held on to her skin makes her break out.
I tried Pampers Cruisers when the grocery store was sold out of our usual Pampers Baby Dry and was interested to see it they were better for my active toddler.
I liked that they didn't sag which made it easier for him to move around while playing. I did find they leaked at...
Changing a diaper in the middle of the night is probably the last thing you want to do. With pampers I would wake up soaking wet in my babies pee. Since I started using Huggies overnites my babies diaper never leaks!
Huggies diapers give a great product for a great value. The leak protection they offer hasn't failed us yet. They are an affordable disposable diaper making them the number one choice for our little diaper wearing buddies
I have used several different types of diapers because my little one has such sensitive skin and I have found that this brand has been the best. I also found that other brands leaked. I will definitely continue buying these.
Their is just something about the smell of a new pamper diaper, the touchof the also . I'm going to miss that smell when my son is out of diapers. This is the only diaper I feel my baby is confortable in.
These diapers are great for heavy wetters. i find they do not leak or cause the children to wake up crying because they are wet. i highly recommend these to parents who are having a hard time with regular diapers, these are even good to wear throughout the day and on long car...
Je n'utilise que ces couches! Elles sont très absorbante pas de débordement, même après toute une nuit. En plus elles sont plus économique que les autres couches jetables. Par contre, elles sont cher. Surtout à cause du taux de change. Mais je pense que pour aider la...
Ma soeur utilise cette marque de couches pour son bébé et elle les adorent ! elles tiennent en place, ne déborde pas et s'attache facilement. De plus, cette marque offre différente grandeur et format de boîte et emballage.
these diapers are great quality f0r the price y0u pay and they 0ften g0 0n sale at many st0res and i always price match, but anyways. they are abs0rbent, they d0nt b0ther my baby\s skin, alth0ugh he d0esnt have sensitve skin.
We originally started out using Pampers on our daughter but one day while shopping in Walmart we seen Parents Choice diapers were much more cost efficient so we decided to give them a go. We haven't regretted it at all.Although they seem a little more thin and not as absorbent...