Last month Pampers unveiled new and improved Baby-Dry nappies which now include three absorbing channels designed to help babies wake up as dry in the morning as the night before, with less of that saggy wet overnight bulk.
Here at BuzyMummy we are all about helping to make life for mums somewhat easier, so we eagerly accepted Pampers‘ invitation to attend the unveiling of this new nappy which is set to revolutionize babies’ sleep. After all what better example of making mums’ lives easier than that of the advent of disposable nappies back in 1961?
There was a lecture by Birmingham-based breastfeeding expert Debbie Carrick-Sen and we were treated to an insightful talk by local sleep coach Daniela Sammut Mendez who gave us some useful tips on how to get a good night sleep. According to Daniela, a wet, bulky nappy can affect baby’s sleep. “Babies spend around half of their time asleep1 and night-time can be a busy time for babies. They wear the same nappy for up to 12 hours overnight that has to absorb up to 2-3 milk bottles. This increased wetness overnight means it’s even more important to keep baby dry and comfortable, in order to help prevent unnecessary sleep disruptions caused by a wet nappy, so they can enjoy good quality sleep that is important for their healthy development.”
After the talk we were also invited to participate in a demonstration where we could see first-hand how the three absorbing channels help to distribute the wetness evenly on the nappy. Other interesting facts about these nappies were that, since the circumference of babies’ tummies vary a lot during the day and night, the nappies offer flexible sides to provide comfort for our precious babies and great overnight leak protection. Also the dry layers on the nappy ensure that the wetness is kept away from our babies’ sensitive skin.
Another point that was mentioned during the seminar was the fact that for every pack of Pampers nappies that is purchased with a “One-Pack = One Vaccine” sticker, UNICEF will receive funding for one life-saving tetanus vaccine to protect a mother and her newborn in the developing world. Malta alone has donated over 200,000 vaccines in the past 8 years thanks to this initiative. Click on the image below to read more.
So mummies enjoy a good nights’ sleep thanks to the new Pampers-Baby Dry Nappies and help save lives too.