Which diapers are best for newborns
Word pampers are so firmly embedded in our vocabulary that we often replace this word with the familiar notion of a diaper, which is not surprising – the first company that came into our market offering disposable diapers was Pampers. At that time, the young parents were not tormented by the problem of choosing diapers, as they had to choose between the usual gauze disposable diapers, and modern disposable ones.
Over time, the market of disposable and reusable diapers has expanded significantly, a variety of information has appeared on the harm and benefit of each species and of individual firms, and it’s not easy for modern young parents (and especially their childless friends) to orient themselves in such an abundance of information.
Particularly relevant is the choice of choice when collecting things in the hospital – it is always better to have everything you need with you, or to know which diapers to order to buy relatives.
Since few people trust advertising, future moms, in the absence of personal experience, try to focus on reviews of diapers of parents who have tried different options. But such a method of choice is not clear, since some moms say that the best diapers are Japanese, others recommend only diapers, and the third ones are allergic to all kinds except libero.
Advice! In the hospital often bring samplers from different manufacturers, so you can try which options are right for you. If there is no trial diaper, buy small packages until you pick up your ideal.
In addition, in order to choose the right diaper in the maternity hospital and for the first weeks of life, you need to remember that the diaper:
- Must adhere well to the body so that its contents do not flow. This protection is provided by an elastic band on the back of the diaper and rubber bands in the leg area. A diaper that has more size than your baby will be able to absorb more moisture, but a part of the liquid will not have time to absorb and will simply flow through the gaps formed.
- With impregnation or perfumed perfume is excluded - experiments with such a diaper are acceptable in the absence of allergies in older children (and even undesirable), but in the maternity hospital it is necessary to take only the most harmless. In this respect, the ideal option - the Japanese Merris or Muni for large fry.
- Must be breathable and absorb moisture well. The absorbent material may be a gel (dry in granules) or fibrous fillers. From variants with a gel filling filler in a lump or with a strip of gel on the center of diapers it is better to refuse - such models absorb moisture more poorly.