We all know there are so many different diaper brands to choose from. But did you know that even within a diaper brand, there are different styles? Today we’re focusing on all the different kinds of Pampers diapers that exist.
Pampers standard diapers are Pampers Swaddlers. Swaddlers are hypoallergenic and do not use parabens or latex. Newborn size includes an umbilical cutout. All sizes have a wetness indicator. Available sizes newborn-size 8.
Fun fact: Pampers is the first major diaper brand to utilize a size 8 diaper for babies and toddlers who have outgrown size 7!
These diapers are the budget diapers for Pampers. They aren’t as soft as Pampers Swaddlers. They cost less, and they feel cheaper too. Baby Dry diapers are hypoallergenic and do not use parabens or latex. All sizes have a wetness indicator. Available in sizes newborn-7.
Pampers Pure Protection diapers are softer and a little more eco-friendly than the other Pampers diapers. Pure Protection diapers use more plant-based materials than other Pampers diapers, including cotton. Pure Protection diapers are fragrance free, hypoallergenic, and include a shea butter enhanced liner. All sizes have a wetness indicator. Available sizes newborn-size 7.
These are the bigger size diapers for Pampers. They fit a little different and are designed for babies that are on the move! Cruisers are hypoallergenic and do not use parabens or latex. Cruisers have a wetness indicator in all sizes. Only available in sizes 3-7.
Pampers Cruisers 360 have a stretchy waist instead of the traditional taped sides.
These are Pampers nighttime diapers. They are more absorbent and not worried about the extra fluff. Pampers Overnights are hypoallergenic and do not use parabens or latex. All sizes include a wetness indicator. Overnights are available in sizes 3-7.
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While Pampers does make Easy Ups, they are really training pants instead of a diaper. Their ingredients and features are really very different than the diapers, so we’re not going to be comparing them for this blog post.
While all Pampers diapers have some of the same features, (like being hypoallergenic and including a wetness indicator) there are differences between the different styles. It’s helpful to understand the features of each diaper to know which diaper brands you’d like to try. Each diaper fits and feels different, and it’s helpful to try a variety of diaper brands to find the perfect fit for your baby.