Frequently asked questions about nappies and wipes.
1. What are the best baby nappies?
As for the best baby nappies, you have to bear in mind that not all nappies are equally absorbent, comfortable, flexible, soft, etc., so you can't go wrong in your choice. The most important thing is that the baby feels comfortable and that the nappies do not cause skin irritations, allergies or unnecessary chafing in the navel or groin area.
We've put together a list of things to consider when choosing the best nappy for your baby:
It has to be super-fast absorbing, to avoid contact between the urine and the skin as much as possible and thus avoid irritation.
It must be breathable, i.e., it must allow air to circulate to keep the baby's bottom fresh and dry at all times.
The surface of the nappy should be soft to the touch, as it will spend a lot of time in contact with the baby's skin and will prevent chafing and eczema.
The materials used in the nappy must be dermatologically tested to avoid possible irritation or allergies.
Check that the nappy has anti-leakage barriers or reinforcement over the groin area to prevent wee-wee from escaping.
The reinforcements of the nappies should be elastic, so as not to restrict the baby's movements and to allow easy mobility.
The adhesives must be strong enough to allow us to peel and stick the strips more than once without breaking.
2. What are the best baby nappies?
The number of nappies a baby needs per day depends on several factors, including the baby's age and weight. For your information, we have prepared a table where you can see how many nappies a day a baby would need according to these factors: