Just need to give a fake email ID,Dob of your kid and the address to post.
Got one for the upcoming Baby!
Its a waste of time ! They send you one nappie which is worth less than 0.20cents
It’s a sample :)
It's a FREE sample that includes postage so probably a bit more than 20 cents and also the Sleepynights are worth like $1 each.
These are handy to carry in your nappy bag (or whatever you use) since they are wrapped in plastic whereas the ones from the big bag aren’t. I had a heap of nappy samples for my newborn and always saved these to take out and about. I don’t know if bounty bags are still a thing, but they were a great source of sample nappies too.
Which nappies do people prefer?
Huggies ultimate. Bit pricey but so good thick and soft, then pampers
Huggies ultimate never leaked. Going good since 13 months.
Boy or girl? Our boy leaked wee out the top/front with huggies ultimate.
Aldi over anything else for price and performance.
Used to use Aldi before they changed the design about 6 years ago. We found the Woolworths brand ones good and cheap too
All depends on your baby really. Different nappies fit different babies better. Hence the sample so you can see if this fits your baby without shelling out for a full pack.
I quite like babylove with my baby. We have tried Babylove, Huggies, Pampers, Mamia and the Woolies one, and all are good.
I like Huggies and Rascal & Friends but many friends have had issues with Huggies (reactions, rashes etc). I've also used Aldi, no issues with them from a price point but can't use them overnight as I find they don't hold as much as Huggies and R&F and end up leaking for my kids
Same I like Huggies Ultimate but had to bin 3 Big Pack of normal Huggies from Costco as baby developed rash.
Mainly it depends on individual babies re-leaking and comfort.
Huggies Ultimate- but too costly now with new packaging.
Pampers Baby Dry- Stock up on Amazon(Prime day ,Boxing Day Black Friday and similar deals-cheaper/similar to Aldi Colesworth brand)
And then Everything else.
Aldi worked well for us when we had a newborn, adequate and incredibly well priced, but our son grew a little too quickly (size 2 by 9 months) and the Aldi waist bands weren't stretchy enough. We've mostly used babylove nappy pants since (tried huggies, the fit just wasn't right) and for a while Pampers (love how thin and light they are) when on Amazon sale, but back to nappy pants now with toilet training.
I have heard great things about Rascal & Friends but it was actually the only brand that's given my son a rash.
I've stocked up on Pampers during Prime Day for baby number two coming soon.
Used to use Huggies, one day kid got a full chemical type burn from them. Will never forget the screams! There is a facebook group with lots of parents in the same boat. Huggies sent everyone a giftcard in response but otherwise seemed to not give a shit. Now use Babylove and have had no issues.
Aldi. So absorbent, we’ve never had them wet through over night and cheap. They also handle poo explosions very well - we’ve only had the tiniest bit of leak with some mega poos. Everyone is different though - apparently the baby’s shape makes a difference. The Aldi newborn ones are a bit on the big side, so we started in Huggies which are smaller but they leaked wee like crazy with our boy
I've used a few brands but settled on ALDI as they never leak
Nothing beats huggies
Just need to give a fake email
Just need to give a fake email
Damn, well count me out, only have a real email.
Do these come in a 34 asking for a friend
If your intention is on using a fake email to get free nappies wouldn't that constitute stealing ?
Lots of (most) people run a spam email just for promotions and competitions. It’s not necessarily fake, just an additional account so that important emails don’t get lost in spam.
If you think thus is stealing. Then you are a bit confused.
This is marketing
Been using cloth nappies for about 2 months so far (bub just turned 3 months). So far so good, hopefully bit of money saving in the long run
But our favourite disposables used to be Little Ones (Woolies) and Fred & Flo (German nappies sold at Reject Shop).
Any of them biodegradable?
There are compostable ones, but the price is prohibitive for most people. Realistically reusable is the ‘eco’ option and most of these are not biodegradable either - only really terry towelling ones, which I don’t think many people use.
Thank you. Wish they were all compostable.
Got a sample thanks. Huggies make it difficult by having to sign up/log in just for a sample