I did a post a few weeks back on the Pampers event that I attended. I even posted a video of their on-the-spot experiment versus another diaper brand. If you haven’t read it, here is the link.
We were also given a home kit, so we can experiment on our own.
And I got myself an assistant, our eldest son JJ 🙂 On your left is the Pampers diapers, and on your right is the Brand X. We filled up two 250ml bottles with water. As for the teddy bears, you’ll see later on what their purpose is for this simple experiment.
As you can see, the teddy bear’s bottom on your left is dry, while the teddy bear’s bottom on your right is wet (see the light blue area?) This means that your baby’s bottom is kept dry (fast) with Pampers Soft Touch-Dry Layer.
And what’s JJ’s verdict? 🙂
Oh, and thank you for the help, Ahiya JJ 😀
Apart from Pampers being fast absorbent and drying (click on this link to view their beaker test), and it having their Magic Gel Technology (click on this link to view the power of their magic get), it also has these features:
– All-Around Breathability (with micro holes that prevents stuffiness to increase comfort and avoid skin irritation)
– Soft Cottony Cover that wraps the baby’ skin in comfort
– Skin Protection Lotion
– Wetness indicator
– Stretchy Tapes that provide superior fit and comfort, click on this link to view their balloon test
Aren’t they the cutest?
Pampers Baby Dry and Premium Care (extra soft) is available in most department stores, supermarkets and drug stores.
Sizing is as follows:
Size 1 for New Born, up to 5kg
Size 2 for Small, 3-8kg
Size 3 for Medium, 6-11kg
Size 4 for Large, 9-14kg
Size 5 for Extra Large, 12-16kg
Size 6 for Double Extra Large, 14++ kg