We choose diapers: types, brands – their features, advantages and disadvantages
When young parents prepare for the appearance of a baby in the family, they have to face considerable difficulties with regard to the choice of both the style of upbringing that the family wants to adhere to, and, in fact, the natural moments of daily care for the newborn.
More often than not, a heated polemic among family members, especially between grandmothers and a future mommy, flares up regarding the use of disposable diapers.
The older generation who raised us on gauze disposable diapers and diapers, and does not want to hear about disposable diapers, telling terrible stories about the development of diaper rash, infertility in boys and enuresis in all children without exception, who do not know how to write on the pot before school.
Naturally, a young mother can become confused when she hears such words, and really wants to give up disposable diapers. So let’s first determine what in all these terrible stories – the truth, and that – just a far-fetched fear.
The first thing that all opponents of disposable diapers say, without exception, are terrible diaper rash on the baby’s skin.
My son was just starting to get used to it, but on the very first day without a diaper, he had only two misses for the day, which he needed to understand the essence of the process.
It took two weeks, at the time of writing the article, son himself, without any reminders to sit down on the pot and does his business. Misses happen only at the height of the game, when he just flirts. This personal retreat clearly illustrates and dispels the myth about the pot and the enuresis.
Now let's look at some confusion in the name of disposable diapers diapers. Pampers is one of the many brands of disposable diapers presented in our market. Therefore it is incorrect to call all disposable diapers pampers.
It is more correct to say just a disposable diaper, and after that you can specify what kind of company it is. After all, it can be haggis, meries, and libero, and not necessarily diapers. And they are all disposable diapers!
So how do you arrange these disposable diapers? All disposable diapers are arranged the same.
They consist of three layers: an outer, non-soaking layer that protects the baby's clothes from stool; The second layer is a sorbent that retains moisture; and an inner layer that absorbs moisture, removing it from the skin of the baby, thereby protecting the delicate skin of the child from the effects of urine and feces on it.