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You know more—so why spend more? As an experienced mom, you don’t trust something because it costs more, you trust what works.
Luvs diapers give your baby the protection she needs at the low price you’re looking for. Leaks? No thanks. You need a diaper that holds up to your wiggly little one. Luckily, Luvs has NightLock, our largest absorbency area ever, to lock away wetness—even overnight.
So Live, Learn, & Get Luvs: Baby-friendly protection at a budget-friendly price. Available in sizes NB, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
Luvs Ultra Clean wipes
Our largest absorbency area ever helps lock away wetness, even overnight
Refastenable Stretch Tabs
Help to provide a secure, snug fit again and again
Two fun designs in every pack
Do you have tips to improve absorbency and prevent leaks?
Choosing the right diaper is key to improving absorbency and preventing leaks. The weight chart on the package is a good place to start, but you should also consider your baby's age, what she eats and drinks, and how much she moves around. If your child's close to the end of the weight range on the chart, she might need the next size now. Even babies within the weight range can outgrow the absorbency before they outgrow the fit. And for leaks at night, try the next size up for overnight use only.
How can I prevent bowel movement leaks?
Bowel movement leakage is a very difficult situation. Because stool is not totally liquid, like urine, it doesn't get absorbed into the padding the same way urine does. With the right size, we're sure our diaper's absorbent padding, leg leak barriers, and snug fit will help keep your baby dry, day and night.
If your baby consistently has this experience, it might be time to move into the next size diaper for added absorbency and protection. Babies can outgrow the absorbency and protection level of a diaper before they outgrow the fit. The weight ranges on our packages overlap and are only meant to be guidelines. Other things to consider include:
How do I choose the right size of diaper?
Just like you, babies like to wear things that fit just right. The weight ranges on our packages overlap and are only meant to be guidelines for fit. Choose a size that does not sag or gap, even as your baby crawls and plays. This will help prevent leaks.
How many diapers of each size will my baby need?
There are a lot of factors that determine how many of each size diaper your baby will need. Each baby's weight, shape, size, and growth rate are unique. You'd be the best judge according to your baby's needs.
Why did Luvs make changes to their product design?
Even when you're using a great, reliable diaper, sometimes diaper duty isn't the most pleasant task to undertake. That's why we're always searching for ways to enhance the diaper-changing experience for parents—and their children! After listening to our customers, we've simply replaced our current diaper's backsheet with an adorable, new monkey image—a look that parents surveyed preferred three-to-one over our current designs and that aims to enhance the diaper-changing experience. The upgrade is purely aesthetic and will not compromise the performance, quality, or value parents expect from the Luvs brand.
What is the grainy/gel like stuff in diapers?
We use absorbent gelling material in the padding of our diapers to absorb wetness. This material has a long history of safe use in a variety of products and has been in Pampers and Luvs diapers for more than two decades. Absorbent gelling material (AGM) is closely related to ingredients widely used in cosmetics and food processing. When added to our diapers, the AGM is dry and granular, but it forms a gel as it absorbs liquid. It's perfectly normal to see some gel on the skin from time to time, especially if the diaper is heavily saturated.
It might help to know the Institute for Polyacrylate Absorbents has researched the safety of consumer products containing absorbent gels and found them to be safe.
Do your diapers contain dioxin?
Our suppliers use elemental chlorine-free processes that do not result in the formation of dioxin. The methods we use to analyze for dioxin are the most advanced government-approved testing methods available and can detect even minute amounts of dioxin, if present.
Purification of the pulp fibers used to make Pampers and Luvs is done to eliminate the impurities which would inhibit our ability to make clean absorbent fibers. By cleaning the fibers in this manner, we can make a better performing product with fewer raw materials, which has clear benefits for the environment. Whitening the fibers is a result of this process, but is not its goal.
Do any of your baby products contain latex?
The safety of our products is important to us, and we understand your concerns about latex allergy. We're pleased to reassure you that we've been using spandex elastic instead of natural rubber latex in all Pampers and Luvs diapers, wipes, and training pants since August 1998.
Size: 2 | Unit Count: 216
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These diapers worked well in the smaller sizes, but the larger ones occasionally split and leak the absorbing gel. They also occasionally leak at the elastic. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by natemulli
These diapers are priced better than other brands and work well too!Published 3 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Luvs diapers are the best! each time we switch, our little pumpkin ends up with diaper rash. No more switching for us!Published 12 hours ago by CRMCKJR
Its a diaper. It keeps the nasties in. Except when it doesn't. Then its a worthless piece of trash. And the scent bugs me. But they're cheap!Published 14 hours ago by CAMEO
While these diapers seem to do the job as far as holding everything in, we cannot use them any longer. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Kaleigh Boone