When my one-year-old developed rashes from his usual diapers, we began hunting for other brands. He uses clothe diapers during daytime but there are still times when we need disposables (e.g. at night, when outdoors). I saw Drypers Wee-Wee Dry while shopping for grocery items at a local supermarket and decided to give it a try. As far as I remember, a pack of 68 in large did not cost us more than Php 700.00. It was reasonably priced given the quality.
My son has not developed any rashes since he used Drypers. Based on the description, the disposable diapers was made of various natural plant extracts such as Chamomile, Aloe Vera, Vitamin E, and Olive Extracts. These extracts keep baby’s skin comfortable and of course, healthy. I also like that it comes with clothe-like cover that keeps his bottom fresh even after hours of usage. The only thing I did not like about Drypers is that the Flexi-Tape does not really allow multiple refastening. Since it’s easy to fasten, Inigo my baby can unfasten it himself. But that’s not really an issue. What matters more is the quality.
If you’re a mom on a budget, this is the best product out there I can recommend. Yes, there might be better brands out there but they will cost you a lot of money. And we moms, should be practical nowadays. Are you going to spend all your moolahs just to buy something to hold baby’s poop? Some other diapers cost less but have poor quality. There was a time when we’re on a vacation in the province and I ran out of diapers for him. I did not have any choice but use plastic diapers for him since it’s the only thing they have at the nearby store. And I never did that again!
Inigo did not sleep well that night because we had to change nappies often. That’s the worst thing I ever used for my child. It’s not practical when the baby suffers from rashes because you eventually have to buy ointments which are expensive. I don’t use powder and petroleum jelly on his bottom, as per advice of his pedia. She said it might cause the baby fungi.
Drypers can hold explosive poop and keeps baby’s bottom dry all night. Those are my two criteria of a good diaper. It helps that he can wear the diaper for more than 5 hours. No need to change nappies several times during the night because he sleeps so well while on it. He’s comfortable wearing the diaper that he gets continuous sleep at night. I also have a good night’s sleep knowing that baby’s fine. Over all, I am a happy and satisfied mom here.