Pampers New Baby Total Care Nappies Reviews
Product Type: Pampers baby products
Newest Review: ... at a normal price of £9.98 but whenever they are on offer I would advise to stock up. They come in a yellow and green vacuum ... more
Customer Pampers New Baby Total Care Nappies Reviews (42)
by - written on 01/06/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
When Jayden was in the Special Care Unit for a week, to a certain extent they provided some of the equipment you needed, however they did like you to bring in your own nappies, however if you did run out they had a supply of them there that you could use, the brand that they used were Pampers New Baby. As well as using these in hospital we also had several packets of these nappies at home as we had stocked up on nappies leading up to Jayden's birth. I was pleased to give these a try in hospital before opening the packets I had, however I was extremely impressed with them and have since purchased a few more packets of these. Packaging The Pampers New ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
This review is for Pampers New Baby Dry Max nappies; I think they might be different to the total care ones pictured above but I'm not sure how! I am reviewing the size 1 nappies which are for babies weighing between 4-11lbs. Before my baby was born (he came along on August 1st :)), I had bought quite a few varieties of nappies in preparation when I saw them on offer in the supermarkets' baby events and I had quite a few packs of Pampers. Pampers is a tried and tested, trusted brand and so I was in full confidence that baby and I would get on well with the brand, although I was aware that Pampers nappies are more pricey than supermarkets' own brands. So, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
When I was pregnant with my daughter (only three months ago, why does it feel like a lifetime!?), one of the questions I was asked was 'Huggies or Pampers'?. There are lots of different nappy options out there but as these two are the brand leaders, I think it is assumed we'd be using one or the other (cloth nappies hardly being practical in a second floor apartment!) At first we went for Huggies Nappies, as we'd been given about two packs for free with the various gift sets you get given as an expectant mother. But we soon found these were unsuitable for our daughter - they just weren't absorbent enough. As she is a breastfed baby her poo is a bit more watery ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I had my daughter 2 weeks ago and I had already decided to use Pampers months before after reading the reviews on here. I picked up several boxes of size 1 from Asda during the baby event which was 90 nappies for £10. These are normally on offer though I check on my supermarket.com before buying them. As I was given several packs of Huggies I took those in my hospital bag, I had to stay in hospital a few days longer though and the nappies they supplied were Pampers which I started using instead of Huggies to see what the difference was. These size 1 nappies fit babies who weigh 4-11 lbs or 2-5kg. These nappies have Pampers 'dry max' technology and 'dual ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Well in my quest to find the best nappies for Alex we found ourselves alway going back to Pampers, when he was first born I had plenty of Huggies Nappies to use up as I had got voucher upon voucher to use and found they cost next to nothing to buy so they all mounted up in his nursery. We didn't really like Huggies so it was time to use up the Size 1 Pampers nappies I had also purchased a few packs of. Pampers have been around for years and in my opinion are the brand leader, as a first time mum I wasn't too sure what size nappies I would need most of and decided to buy the pampers in size 1,2 and 3 and when I had used up the Huggie Nappies I decided ... Read the complete review
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