Pal 20/03/2020 - 14:35

Have a snug weekend!

So, it turns out that we’re learning a lot about nappies in our Milestones project together. Not only that, but we are also helping many new and soon to be born babies to experience lots of dryness and softness.

Pampers Milestones Special thanks to Squaddies Ndeymakuwere and Tearrn for sharing these big grins with us!

The Comfort Tests are such a great way to find out how happy our little ones are in their nappies and you’ve had a lot to say on the matter!

Squaddie JStar said... ...It’s nice to know how my baby’s bum feels in the pampers in the night, as she is in it for 12hrs. Super impressed with premium protection...

Squaddie Dayo1425 said... I love how Pampers is able to keep my little one dry when she's had a long night sleep and I didn't want to wake her...

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We wish you a cosy weekend with your family, Squaddies!

@all: What items did you use to compare with your Pampers Premium Protection nappies?

22 Comments

Julesf971 Verified 20/03/2020 - 16:40

I used boots own brand and they don’t come close to pampers make . Boots just leaked everywhere and we’re not very padded like pampers are . I feel it’s worth paying slightly more for pampers as they are of a higher quality and you get less leaks !

Geegee • 20/03/2020 - 16:43

I compared my pampers to Lidl own brand nappies, and although the fit was very different, pampers are much shorter in body length when on, they were ever so soft and haven't leaked.

Robz1 • 20/03/2020 - 16:46

I have used every brand out there I think on my son.. and using that when my daughter came i was ready with pampers.. love the fit of them and the softness and that i have so far at 3 months had no blow outs!!

BenjisMumma Verified 20/03/2020 - 17:22

We did a wetness comparison test against Tesco’s own brand, whilst Tesco still absorbed well, the feel of the nappy was cold and wet to touch. Not very comfortable on a sensitive little bottom, especially overnight!

Cokudan Verified 20/03/2020 - 18:57

My daughter loves pampers its so comfortable for her and helps me knowing if her names wet or dry and she sleeps so well at nights

MamasTribeOfTwo Verified 20/03/2020 - 19:19

Pampers are undeniably the best for my little one. As much as I’ve tried cheaper alternatives, pampers come out top in avoiding issues such as nappy rash and nappy ‘explosions’ x

Viktoria Verified 20/03/2020 - 19:19

We were given some eco by nature nappies...I had high hopes for them as I love the idea of reducing my impact on the environment. However, they just do not compare to pampers at all. Felt hard and papery, didn't seem to hold much, and ripped very easily.

MamasTribeOfTwo Verified 20/03/2020 - 19:21

Also to add to my comment, I used Lidl nappies to compare! x

Frankiedoodles • 20/03/2020 - 19:37

Nothing beats pampers nappies, they really are the best for babies bums. Tesco nappies did absorb ok but they didn't feel right, they weren't as soft as Pampers are on babies delicate skin

MummyDeeDee • 20/03/2020 - 19:39

I’ve been switching between pampers premium protection nappies & Lidl lupilu to compare them. Pampers feel sooo much softer. Pampers are like the softest cotton & they absorb moisture so soo well. The shape & design of them makes them super easy to put on, which is a god send with an incredibly wriggly 3 1/2 month old. Lidl are fine 🤷🏼‍♀️ no complaints per say BUT they are not as easy 2 put on & not so soft. Particularly round the tummy with the tabs.

HannahW1990 • 21/03/2020 - 06:26

I used Tesco’s Fred and flo nappies after a couple of hours my baby was wet to the touch. Pampers premium protection my baby can have on all night and not be wet/damp and they don’t leak which is a massive bonus now shes sleeping through! They absorb so much liquid without causing dampness, amazing nappies!

Harveysmum Verified 21/03/2020 - 10:50

I compared sainsburys own brand with pampers with my mummy friends... we discussed the results in our what's app group mummy 1: "pampers were soft, snug and perfect size for my little man. Sainsburys seem to run small" mummy 2: "this is weird guys but I can smell baby's wee through the sainsburys nappies, I actually got a little worried until I swapped it for one of the sample pampers... no wee smell! Defo the best nappy on the market!" Mummy 3: "Thanks for the samples 😊 so much softer than the other brands with no leaking poops!"
All excellent reports so far!
Tricky with the Covid19 impact but doing our best!

Nataliej7 • 21/03/2020 - 17:40

The only nappy we have tried that keeps both baby and me happy. I’m happy she stays dry and she is nice and comfortable!

Livingthemummylife Verified 21/03/2020 - 18:10

When completing the cheeks test we used Asda's own brand nappies to compare with. We found overall Pampers to be dryer and definitely less bulky in comparison to the Asda's nappy. I would have never thought to complete a test like this, but I am glad I did! I found Pampers to be super soft, absorbent and dry for my little one's delicate bum.

Lucys123 Verified 21/03/2020 - 21:05

We had been using ALDI nappies for our little girl. As first time parents we didn’t really know any better! Since using the pampers we have noticed that Madison is able to wear the nappy for longer and we have had no poo explosions - saving lots of washing! Very impressed by the quality.

Mrs.E.Markham Verified 21/03/2020 - 22:12

Having compared the pampers to a few own brands the fit and feeling is so much better. Having done the softness test it's great to know how it feels on my LO's bottom.

Loving_Mama.x Verified 23/03/2020 - 07:23

When i first put the nappy pants on I was a bit unsure on how well they'd work as I have quite a slim baby and they seemed quite loose. Well first time I obviously didn't get it quite right as we had a small leak however every time since we haven't had any leaks. Last night we really put them to the test as on at 8pm and slept through until 6am and not only a very wet nappy but a substantial poo and we had no leaks what so ever. Its a 10 from us and we'll be looking to use them again.

Amberferret Verified 25/03/2020 - 05:51

I compared primarily with Morrisons Nutmeg. Though we did have a couple of leaks with the Pampers they were on a much smaller scale than with the Nutmeg nappies and after a much longer time period. Pampers lasted 8 hours no leaks Nutmeg only lasted 4 hours. Pampers also seemed better able to contain blow outs as well. Although there some some poop which escaped the nappy it was very minimal compared to the Nutmeg nappies. Much less bulky as well seem a lot softer and more comfortable for my baby. Wetness indicator is also much clearer.

13sLuck Verified 25/03/2020 - 09:52

I would use whichever was the cheapest only to find that little man was needing changing twice as often as what he would with Pampers. Not only that since going to pampers I honestly havent had any nappy rash. Happy baby happy mummy

Sunshine18 Verified 26/03/2020 - 09:50

My little one is starting to sleep well at night so I've had the perfect opportunity to compare Pampers Premium Protection nappies with other own brand nappies we've used (including Aldi, Tesco and Co-op). Pampers have been the best by far at keeping her delicate bottom dry, even with a very heavy nappy Pampers have been the only ones to keep her bottom dry. This means I can relax in the middle of the night knowing I don't have to wake or upset her for a nappy change as she is not getting wet or sore. Happy baby and happy Mummy!

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