Discussion in 'Babies' started by vashisth, Sep 20, 2019.
Anyone knows about the best diapers for kids?
I am old fashioned so I would prefer the linen diapers that you wash after using. I understand that it is inconvenient especially for a working mother but I don't trust the disposable diapers for the baby. Cloth diapers with clips and not safety pins would be the best diaper for the baby. Think about it.
I feel like there are always ads on tv for different types of diapers. My sister uses a brand called " SoftCare" and she says it the best.
Nowadays, most mothers prefer disposable diapers. I guess it lessens the work of having to wash them. But I still know of people who use the ones you are talking about.
I agree that disposal diapers is the standard now because mothers do not want to wash the diapers. However, there are brands that are expensive which boasts of the non-allergenic materials. I know of some cases where babies got rashes from the disposable diapers. Maybe those are the cheap diapers but we never can tell.
I hear most rashes or allergies are caused by the perfume used by pampers on some brands. If you notice a pink-ish rash on your baby's diaper area, it is best to switch to a different type.
Diapers should only be used when you are out with the baby, but at home handmade soft cotton nappies are the best for babies. Also as they can be washed and dried and reused again and again, they are economical than expensive diapers, which again are an environmental concern as well.
Sorry. My 6 grown up children when they were kids are not wearing or using diapers. We were providing them their wears. When they're wet we replace their wears to a dry one.
But nowadays there are brand of diapers. I am in position to name a best diaper.
My mother used nappies on my siblings and I. If you can't afford diapers, nappies are the best alternative.
Thanks for recommending it. I don't if they're available in our Philippines that kind of diaper.
What we're using is a piece of cloth made to wrap the baby. My wife is expert for making an improvised diapers.
That it amazing. I didn't realize that you could make your own diaper. Way to go.
Moony, Goon and Merries are the best!
Sometimes I also use nappies.
My mom always use Pampers to my little brother. And I think my little brother are really comfortable with it and he didn't have a rashes.
In the U.S, Huggies, Pampers and Luvs seem to be the biggest 3 brands. Although I also know a lot of people are using private label brands such as Walmart's or Costco's diapers to save on cost.
The quality of these are likely comparable to the big three brands - the diaper industry is one heavily influenced by marketing, as parents tend to be quite brand loyal.
Of course, some people opt against disposable diapers entirely, instead preferring cloth diapers. We have an article here discussing the pros and cons of each, if you want more information:
Cloth Diapers – The Pros And Cons
I have stumbled upon this link regarding diapers: https://www.babylist.com/hello-baby/best-disposable-diapers
But I'm sure if you were to ask around your neighborhood, you would definitely get the best recommendations, since they would know what the best local brands are. Word of mouth works really well.
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