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Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive Size 3 Economy Plus Pack, 132 Count

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  • Gentle and hypoallergenic helps keeps baby's skin healthy
  • Ultra Breathability allows air to reach baby's skin while the diaper is on
  • Absorb-Away Liner
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Size: 3 | Unit Count: 132

Product Description

Welcome your baby home with Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive Diapers. Gentle and hypoallergenic, with Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive Diapers help maintain the healthy condition of your new baby's delicate skin. Wrapped in these soft breathable diapers, your baby will feel ultimate comfort and security.

From the Manufacturer

Gentle and hypoallergenic helps keeps baby's skin healthy
  • Made gentle and hypoallergenic, with a touch of aloe. They help care for and soothe babies' sensitive skin
  • Absorbent Top Sheet and Ultra Dry core pull away and lock in wetness to help maintain healthy skin
  • Quilted design provides extra softness to help keep babies comfortable
  • Built-in wetness indicator in newborn sizes shows when your baby may need a change
  • Umbilical cord notch included in size N for more comfort for new babies

When your baby has sensitive skin, it can change the meaning of every loving touch. Hypoallergenic Pampers® Sensitive diapers are designed to gently care for your baby's skin. Give your baby excellent care for his sensitive skin by combining Pampers Sensitive diapers and Pampers sensitive wipes-four out of five mothers who used our sensitive diapers and wipes would recommend them to their friends. Try Pampers Sensitive diapers for your baby's sensitive skin, and help your love shine through again.

Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive
Here's what these happy moms are saying about Pampers Sensitive Diapers and Wipes:
Swaddlers Sensitive Diapers and Wipes
'My son's tushy loves 'em.' 'I used these diapers on my son who has VERY sensitive skin.' Four out of five moms who used our Sensitive Diapers and Wipes would recommend them to their friends.


Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive NEW Sizes 3 & 4
N up to 10 lbs (up to 4.5 kg)
1 8-14 lbs (4-6 kg)
2 12-18 lbs (5-8 kg)
3 12-18 lbs (7-13 kg)
4 22-37 lbs (10-17 kg)
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Pampers® Sensitive® Wipes
Clinically proven mild. Helps soothe sensitive skin with every touch.

 

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Health Tips for your
Baby's Sensitive Skin
  • Clean your baby's skin with a wipe at every changing
  • Let air circulate on skin normally below diaper line
  • Use Pampers® Sensitive Diapers and Wipes, clinically proven mild on babies' sensitive skin!


Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive - Touch of Aloe, Hypoallergenic, Less Dyes Touching Skin*
Ultra Dry Care
All-Around Softness
Sizes 3 & 4  (C)2010 P&G *than Pampers Cruisers

Product Details

Size: 3 | Unit Count: 132
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 17.6 x 11.7 inches ; 8.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003BEDUQI
  • UPC: 037000281078
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (284 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,988 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

That's very soft and lovely diapers.
Anna Vu
We change his diaper every 2-3 hours during the day and 3-4 hours during the night.
AG
With the Pampers he had no diaper rash at all.
Jen O. P.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

121 of 123 people found the following review helpful By C. Ullrich on July 7, 2008
Unit Count: 180Size Name: 1
These are the diapers that we were introduced to at the hospital. Although the regular Swaddlers are very good, these sensitive diapers have the moisture indicator. It is a yellow stripe that turns blue if there is any moisture in the diaper and we find it to be invaluable. Some may find it gimmicky, but when we first brought our baby home from the hospital, we didn't know about the sensitive vs. regular Swaddlers and had a pack of regular Swaddlers. We were also paranoid about ensuring he didn't become dehydrated. You need to count and track both the wet and soiled diapers. Since disposable diapers are now so over engineered, a mildly wet diaper is not always perceptible. After a panicked call to the pediatrician, she suggested putting a cotton ball or tissue in the diaper to see if there was indeed some moisture. If we had been using the sensitive Swaddlers from the start, we would have had more peace of mind because the blue strip would have been readily apparent.

We tried other brands for newborns and found these to be the best. Huggies was the second best, and while they had better Velcro closures, the diapers were far bulkier (even when dry), had a plastic-y smell, and tended to smear the baby poop all over the butt. The Swaddlers are slimmer, have no discernible smell and the poop tends to stay put because of the mesh interior fabric, making clean up easier and any ensuing diaper rash smaller in surface area.

I highly recommend this product and think this is the finest disposable diaper. Although this is a premium product, the Amazon price is quite fair at around $40 for 180 diapers, yielding a unit cost of approximately $0.23. At a Target in the metro-NY area where I live, it's $18.99 for 74, a unit cost of about $0.26.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Hoobury on September 17, 2010
Unit Count: 132Size Name: 3 Verified Purchase
Like a lot of people, we've used Swaddlers since our daughter was born. We were happy with the size 1's they gave us in the hospital. Our girl was born 6.5 lbs so when we got her home, we moved back down to the newborn size. After reading quite a few reviews here, we opted for the Swaddlers Sensitives and were happy with them in the newborn, size 1, and size 2.

Again, like a lot of people here, we're not happy with the new DryMax size 3's. The biggest problem is absorption but increased rashes also appear to be problem. It's possible the increased rashes are caused by the absorption problems or possibly the DryMax. Don't know that for sure. That's the executive summary. Read on if you need more detail.

I find two major design issues with the size 3. Number one is the DryMax and number two is the mesh inside. The mesh on the size N, 1, and 2 is a wider mesh that let's the mess go through and provides a barrier between baby's butt and the pee and poop. Either there is no mesh layer on Size 3 or else they're calling a very fine weave the mesh. This layer seems to act more as a block than anything else. When our daughter poops, the poop never makes it to the DryMax. It just sits on top of this layer of material, which is what causes the blowouts (there's no place for the stuff to go but up the back and out the sides) and makes her very uncomfortable. She will literally poop and then start screaming after a few minutes. Never had this problem with the other sizes.

As for the DryMax. I've read from many other people that they've contacted the manufacturer and the response has been the DryMax is more absorbent while maintaining a lower profile making it easier to stuff 10 diapers in the diaper bag (you'll need 10 b/c you'll be changing every 10 minutes).
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85 of 103 people found the following review helpful By L. Kumar on May 17, 2010
First off, DO NOT buy these diapers! Please read on:

We started out with these for our newborn daughter 3 months ago. Originally they had the cute Sesame Street characters and we had NO problems for the first two months. They were leak free, soft and most importantly, never caused a rash UNTIL...one month ago when I reordered 2 large cases as I normally purchase in bulk. Upon opening the new box, I noticed the diapers appeared slimmer and had cleaner, pastel imagery on the front band, so far, so good. Unfortunately, that's where the honeymoon ended. Within a week, we noticed a rash! We change her diaper religiously and for goodness sakes, her grandma is a pediatrician, so after careful review, the culprit seemed to be this new diaper.

After reading several other moms who had the same thing happen to their child within the past month, I realized this was no coincidence! We switched to Seventh Generation and after just two days, her rash cleared! We're not sure what to do with this surplus of worthless diapers. I'm so glad to have discovered the cause of this mystery. I will say it again, DO NOT buy these diapers! Pampers needs to do some more testing and remove these from the market immediately.

***If you look through the most recent reviews when the new version came out around March 2010, you'll notice the extreme dip in positive reviews.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Thompson on April 15, 2009
Unit Count: 180Size Name: 1 Verified Purchase
I called P&G's 800 number (800-PAMPERS)about 10 minutes ago to figure out what the difference is between the sensitive swaddlers versus the regular swaddlers because, with both of them in front of me, I could not tell.

The representative needed to pull it up on her computer, but then read each product description - she couldn't figure out what the difference was because they BOTH had the wetness indicator stripe, the mesh liner, and lotion liner.

I asked why the sensitives cost more and was told they do not set the price - there is no manufacturer's suggested retail price (which doesn't make sense to me) so if there is a difference in price I need to take it up with the store manager.

Then I asked why then does P&G market one as "sensitive"? The representative then said she believes the sensitive has "more aloe" in the sensitive swaddlers than the regular one.

In short, I think it's brilliant marketing by P&G rather than any significant difference in products. P&G markets to mothers who want (and can afford) the "best" product for their babies. Buy the regular swaddlers.....
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