What is a good hypoallergenic diaper to use other than pampers in size 5?

Kimmie - posted on 10/30/2012 ( 3 moms have responded )




I have only been able to use pampers sensitive since my daughter was born. She is only 3 months and she was premature, now she is currently wearing pampers size 4 sensitive but she will only be in those for about a month or so. What other diaper should I try for size 5 that is sensitive enough for her skin?


Laura - posted on 11/01/2012




My baby girl is now 2 years old, but always had to use with her sensitive diapers as well, she was always prone to have diaper rash so easily, I also tried cloth diapering, but didn't work for us. I tried huggies pure and natural, they're made of cotton, and really helped her a lot, they're available in stores sizes 1-5, not sure if they have them in bigger size.

Mary - posted on 10/31/2012




Have you thought about cloth diapers? If you use good detergent you can have a very good diaper for sensitive skin that way (diaper laundry doesn't use much detergent per load, so even if you can only use a really expensive detergent, it's not usually a problem).

I am confused about your sizes...it doesn't seem like a 3 month old (especially one born prematurely) could be in size 4 diapers. But, if she's wearing size 4, she would probably do fine in "one-size" diapers, like Kawaii, Alva, SunBaby, BumGenius, and FuzziBunz. They all fit pretty much from 8 lbs to toddler size. I have personally used Kawaii, Alva, and BumGenius...may favorites are Kawaii. Check out allaboutclothdiapers.com.

Erica - posted on 11/02/2012




Look up Earth's Best Organic. They're mostly known for their organic baby food, but they also make diapers, shampoo/bath wash, detergent, etc. all organic hypoallergenic for sensitive skin.


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