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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions On Diapers and Wipes

  • Diaper leaks happen when the leg cuff or waist is a bit folded. You may run your finger around the waist band and cuffs sometimes to ensure a better fit.
  • Another reason for leakages is if the diaper is not absorbent enough to handle your baby’s urine output. You may choose a size bigger than the one you are currently using as it will have more absorbency.

Unopened baby wipes have a shelf life of about two years. Once opened they will remain fresh for up to a year, provided the tub or pack is sealed properly between uses.

Baby Diapers are made from materials that are thoroughly tested and proven to be safe for infants. According to various material safety standards sodium polyacrylate in diapers is mild stuff. Inhaling small particles might irritate the airways, but it''s considered nontoxic.

While alcohol found in wipes may have some antibacterial properties but they wont kill all the bacteria and viruses. Do not use baby wipes to sterlize the changing table or your hands.

While selecting baby diapers you must consider weight, body and leg thickness for better comfort and leak protection. Diapers come in regular and super-absorbent types. Super-absorbent diapers are thinner and have a core that quickly absorbs and holds moisture. These diapers are better at preventing skin wetness, which are a primary cause of diaper rash.

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