Huggies Pull Ups Night Time Reviews
Product Type: Huggies baby products
Newest Review: ... on the front of the pull up that will disappear when it needs to be changed Huggies statement: Huggies do not have a lot to ... more
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Customer Huggies Pull Ups Night Time Reviews (2)
by - written on 16/01/13 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Before I start I have a little girl so I will be reviewing the girls version of these. As I said I have a little girl she is 2 years old and has learnt the art of whipping off her nappy but has yet to Learn the art of using a potty. Because of this I have now started to use pull ups instead of nappies and so far she has no interest in taking these off. Now I have to be honest I tend to buy pamper pull ups one because the have doras face on and two because of the cost. You will learn more about this later in my review. Huggies pull ups come in 4 forms day time pull ups which also come in a pack for boys or a pack for girls and also night time ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/12 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Sorry for so much talk of wee in this review ... this is a review of Huggies Pull Ups Night Time. Our daughter is 22 months old now and has been wearing pull up style nappies for ages, purely because she won't lie down for nappy changes so it is easier to use the pants style nappies and we have had less leakage with these as well. As a small baby we had far too many accidents with leaky Huggies so were not a fan of the brand but the pull up style seem to suit our active daughter now she is a bit older. History of our usage to date I started with Sainsbury's own pull ups as they seem to do the smallest style but after a few months they were leaky so we ... Read the complete review
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