A good diaper keeps wetness away from baby's skin, helping to protect against irritation, rashes and chafing.
Softness and Stretch
A soft surface and stretchy sides gently protect baby's delicate skin and comfortably adjust to their shape.
A Wetness Indicator
A line on the diaper that turns from yellow to blue letting you know when it may be time for a change.
Shaped for Newborns
A cut-out on the front of the diaper that goes around the umbilical stump, keeping it dry and exposed to air to help it heal, called a navel friendly shape!.
- Newborns will need on average 7-8 diapers a day.
- After the first few weeks, your baby may need only 5-6 diapers per day.
- Remember that newborns grow quickly and may only be in the smallest size for a few weeks.