I'm not sure how I've missed this but I have only just realised that Huggins nappies are going out of circulation. I am not a fan of pampers as they don't seem to fit dd (nearly 2) all that well. Any recommendations for a huggies alternative?
Aldi's are great as well. We've never had a leak, they are soft to touch unlike some own brands and we've used them since DS was about 9 mths and he's just turned two. Oh, and they can be half the price of Huggies or Pampers, not counting vouchers/special deals etc.
I've always used tesco nappies and pull ups on my 2y old and they are absolutely fine, nor perceivable difference with the ridiculously expensive junior/nature ones i used to use or, indeed, huggies. Also use boots ones too which are also fine. I find them all better than pampers which I find too plasticky and bulky and leave marks and ridges all over him.
Think the value range ones could be a false economy though as they fall apart easily.
Aldi gave one of my FC a rash, but the Lidl ones are excellent, as are Sainsburys. Would never buy Morrisons again though after every nappy in a pack leaked - and the baby had never had leaky nappies in any other brand.
Aldi, asda, tesco, sainsbury ...... have tried them all - and all work really well - no one better than any other! DD is allergic (amazingly!) to the 'expensive' ingredient in Huggies & Pampers. Used NATY and cloth for a very long time to let her poor inflamed bottom settle down. Unfortunately couldn't afford to keep using the NATY ones unless on offer so investigated the supermarkets - haven't looked back! ..... FWIW .... didn't ever try the 'value' ones - just used the 'own brand'. Hope that's helpful.
I think I'm the only person on the planet who thinks that all disposable nappies are pretty much the same.
I've had 4 kids in the last 6 years so nappy changing features highly in my list of time consuming activities, but I can't say that there's a huge difference between any of them, and I've tried them all over the years.