Wednesday, July 30, 2008
ProKid and Drypers
Pampers and Huggies
Been using these three diapers for the last month, the two diapers, Huggies and Pampers Swaddlers are imported ( package from Auntie Naty) and the Prokids diapers are local. Being a first time mom, I rely on the wetness indicator in diapers, this is what I check if I need to change diapers, I do not check it between feedings, Pro Kids has a wetness indicator, Pampers local also has a wetness indicator.
The two imported diaper brands has no wetness indicator so I have to see if the diaper expanded, what I like about the imported diaper is that they are very soft, cottony, and slim especially the Pampers Swaddlers but the Pampers Swaddlers when I checked the linings instead of being dry it is still wet and you could feel it through the diaper especially if you are carrying your baby.
Huggies are Ok but still no wetness indicator.
Prokids is also OK, a little bulky and cheaper than the local Pampers
I added a fourth diaper which is Drypers, it looks like the cheap diaper sold at markets, maganda lang ng konti, I do not know how much it costs kasi sample lang ito f you get the Birth Certificate of Newborn sa Pasig City Hall may namimigay.
I prefer the local Pampers with the wetness indicator, slim and the price is reasonable.
I just have to keep on using the imported diaper so we could buy the local pampers, sayang naman kung di gagamitin kaya gamitin.
Feedback: Ang dami pang diaper na Pampers kaya lang maliit na yata kay Kiara so nag scratch sa skin niya, masikip na ata.