Product Type: Pampers baby products
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Member Name: lucie19
Date: 23/09/00, updated on 23/09/00 (11 review reads)
Advantages: a very dry, soft nappy
Disadvantages: too expensive
I have tried oh so many nappies to find the ideal one for my sons sensetive skin and they all seemed so harsh. Pampers premiums however are lovely to the touch and they leave no red marks on the skin (unless you do them up to tight of course). Even Pampers baby dry seemed to harsh on the skin.
They can also hold a hell of a lot. My son is a big drinker (a bit like his daddy) and I had a hell of a time finding a nappy that could go all night but premiums really do the job. If you use them for mothing else they make an excellent night-time nappy and leave your child dry skinned in the morning.
The only down fall is the cost, £5.65 for 28 maxi-plus, is a bit steep but they are definatly worth it, especially if your child suffers from excema or other skin problems.