Pampers Swaddlers Newborn 240 Diapers (12 packs of 20)
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Size: Newborn | Unit Count: 240
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I noticed that these are different from the Pamper Swaddlers I've bought from other places. They do not have the Sesame St characters in front, instead they just say Pampers in a green oval. Looking at them closely, most of them have looser elastic on one side which results in leaking. In every pack of 20, over 2/3s, if not all, are like that (I stopped trying to go through every pack of 20 to find usable ones). I don't know if these are imitation Pampers, or imperfect ones or cast offs that Pampers still try to sell, but buyers beware! Make sure you receive the Swaddlers that have Sesame St characters or say Pampers in a green heart, not in a green oval in the front.
I had read that some Pampers diapers had Dry-Max in them and that it could irritate sensitive skin. However, as much reading I did online I never got a good concrete answer on which Pampers Swaddlers had dry-max in them.
To convolute things even more, go to a local store that sells diapers and you will probably find that some Pampers Swaddlers packages say "with Dry Max" on them and some dont (I'm not talking about the Sensitive version - Just regular Swaddlers). So Pampers makes two versions of Swaddlers, one with Dry max and one without? WRONG! (well, at least according to Pampers themselves that is wrong). Straight from Pampers customer service:
1. Any regular Pampers Swaddlers (non-Sensiitive versions) diapers have Dry-Max (regardless of whether it says Dry-max on the packing or not)
2. Pampers Swaddlers SENSITIVE do NOT have Dry-Max
I confirmed this by sending them the product codes of various diapers I had bought online and in actual stores, and they confirmed that each one had dry-max in it (even though some of the packaging did not explicitly say dry-max on it).
For the really confusing part, there is a non-sensitive Pampers Swaddlers Newborn diaper that does NOT have dry-max in it, even though it is packaged like a "regular" Swaddler (i.e. non-sensitive). Look closely and you will see on each of these newborn packages that it has a special little symbol on it that reads "SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL PRODUCT". What's that all about? I contacted Pampers again:
"Thanks for writing!
There is some packaging that is normally not offered at the retail level.Read more ›
My only issues are that on my most recent order, all of the diapers had a small brown spot on the bottom. At first I thought it was from the baby, but I looked though the package and all of the new diapers had a spot. I've used this brand before and ordered them from Amazon with no spots.
The other thing is that, as others have mentioned, sometimes the diapers have the wetness indicator, and sometimes they don't. On my previous order, all diapers had the wetness indicator, which I love. I placed an order for the exact same brand and package, and this time none had the wetness indicator. You just don't know what you're getting.
The diapers themselves are nice, but these few quirks bothered me.
I have been ordering these exact diapers (either from sellers Trend marketing or Planet Stuff, both "fulfilled by Amazon") for about a month now for my newborn (born 6lbs 7oz). They fit her great and we have not had any leaks or blowouts (knock on wood). They are soft, seemingly comfortable for her, and I do not believe that it irritates her skin.
Here comes the tricky part.
As you may or may not know, Pampers has something called "DRY MAX" that is added to some diapers to make them more absorbent. These extra substances may or may not irritate your baby's skin. Search online and you will find that many people have complained about having DRY MAX in the diapers and it giving their baby a rash.
To convolute things even more, go to a local store that sells diapers and you will probably find that some Pampers Swaddlers packages say "with Dry Max" on them and some dont. So Pampers makes two versions of Swaddlers, one with Dry max and one without? WRONG! (well, according to Pampers themselves that is wrong).
Straight from Pampers themselves:
1. Any regular Pampers Swaddlers (non-Sensiitive versions) diapers have Dry-Max
2. Pampers Swaddlers SENSITIVE do NOT have Dry-Max
So, what about these diapers? They are marked as Pampers Swaddlers (non-Sensitive). So we assume they have Dry-Max in them right? WRONG! Pampers does it again and confuses us even more --- order these (from the sellers i listed) and you will notice that packaging has a special little symbol on it that reads "SPECIALIZED HOSPITAL PRODUCT". What's that all about?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We had several of the packs in the case with what seemed like faulty tabs. When you pulled them up they pulled up fabric with them. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Neither of my kids had any issues with pampers and the Amazon subscription of 1 box a month is good timing.Published 11 days ago by Tommy Fuchs
Great diapers!!! Definitely worth the money! I love that they have a line to indicate that the diaper is wet! Super helpful! I love using these for my baby.Published 12 days ago by Aleigha Ward
They work great! My baby hasn't had a rash or any irration at all. But I tend to change him often. I like there is s line so I know if he is wet or not on the outside of the... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
I used these for my newborn. They work quite well. She dint get any rash or allergy. Soak quite well. Smell nice tooPublished 20 days ago by Sumayya Siddiqui