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For price but also not causing nappy rash

Posted by Mom7534689, 1st December 2019

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  • Huggies have always been a favourite. Although I’m happy with the little ones brand from Woolworths at the moment as well

  • I buy the little ones from woolworths. They are $10 a packet and find that it doesn’t give nappy rash.

  • I do like huggies nappies but i find them $$ – baby love was great in our house!

  • Huggies are the best as I find I get rashes with all the other. I buy them when they are on sale and stock up

  • Huggies Ultimate for disposables, Hippybotomus for washable cloth nappies. Nappy rash is very rare.

  • Try the Woolies branded nappies they are at 10$ but super good quality and don’t cause rash

  • There are so many to choose from these days! I used mostly reusable cloth nappies with disposable for when we went out. I mostly bought Snugglers with a few Baby Loves

  • Huggies! Buy them in bulk from Costco!

  • I use the alidi nappies. Have used them for both my kids and have had no problem with them, I think they have changed the design a bit and they seem even better.

  • I mostly bought snugglers for my kids. They were usually the cheapest and came in the biggest box

  • I use Huggies Ultra dry only. They are a little more expensive than some of the other brands at the supermarket, but because they absorb so well, they seem to keep bubs nappy rash under control. I have used the others brands from Woolies and I just don’t think they work as well.

  • I had no choice and used cloth reusable nappies and washed.

  • Huggies or Aldi brand!

  • I ise the CUB nappies and the ALDI brand for my 3 month old.
    The CUB nappies are marginally better.

    When I had my eldest, we found snugglers to be the best.
    She got bad rashes from all the better brands of nappies.
    Also check the wipes and any creams. We found it was a combination with our girl….

  • My first choice would be Huggies.
    I’ve tried the cheap ones and I find that they fill up super quick.
    Baby love isn’t too bad but my little one kicks a lot so it’s harder for me to get it on her.

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