PampersSwaddlers Diapers

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What weabout it
Pampers Swaddlers are an all-time fave of Babylist parents.

Description


Pampers are by far the most popular choice among Babylist users for their super-soft feel and flexible fit (read: fewer poopsplosions). Their Swaddler line is the cushiest and includes a wetness indicator as well a design that makes space for the umbilical cord.

Pampers also offers a new line called Pure that has 0% chlorine bleaching, fragrances, parabens and latex with the protection parents expect from Pampers.

Specs


Size details:

Newborn: Less than 10 lbs

Size 1: 8 - 14 lbs

Size 2: 12 - 18 lbs

Size 3: 16 - 28 lbs

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User Reviews (22)


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Yessica
November 11, 2018


Karen
November 7, 2018


Victoria
October 14, 2018

Pampers have been a trusted name for disposable diapers at hospitals nationwide long before they were available for purchase in stores!

I do have a question about availability in special sizes, such as preemie - I know that pampers are available in preemie sizes, it's just hard to find them! Why is this size so difficult to track down? Do Pampers come scented such as baby powder scent? I would buy the scented as my first choice!


Valeria
September 27, 2018


Tajaya
July 10, 2018

Really keep baby dry


Dokmay
May 22, 2018

It works as good as any diaper. We started to use Huggies because it has the stretchy sides to have room to close the diaper. Give Pampers a try and if it works for your baby than its a good product to use. Use what works for you and your baby.


Vicki
April 14, 2017

They generally don't leak.


Aimee
March 22, 2017

These are one of the only diapers that prevented leakage and blowouts. I love the blue indicator stripe, and they mask the smell of a dirty diaper really well.


Alexa
March 8, 2017

They fit great, adhesive is strong, and I love the blue stripe. We tried generic Kirkland brand ones from Costco and Huggies, but we're sticking with Pampers :)