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Lidl nappies and nappy rash
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WeAllLikeVindaloo · 13/05/2022 20:25

Popped into lidl last week as it was the nearest shop to grab nappies for my daughter for nursery.
Picked up the standard ones and a pack of the premium for home to give them a go. However whenever she has the standard ones on that I sent to nursery she’s getting really sore. Anyone experienced soreness with lidls nappies??
I know nursery are changing her very frequently (I work there) like every hour and using cotton wool.

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orangeisthenewpuce · 13/05/2022 20:34

WeAllLikeVindaloo

Popped into lidl last week as it was the nearest shop to grab nappies for my daughter for nursery.
Picked up the standard ones and a pack of the premium for home to give them a go. However whenever she has the standard ones on that I sent to nursery she’s getting really sore. Anyone experienced soreness with lidls nappies??
I know nursery are changing her very frequently (I work there) like every hour and using cotton wool.

I know someone that always uses Lidl nappies and has no problems at all.

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Flavourflava · 13/05/2022 20:35

I think some babies just don't get on with some nappies. Mine was awful in Pampers.

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romdowa · 13/05/2022 20:45

My ds doesn't get on with the standard ones from lidl but their premium ones are fine on him.

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savemeagin · 13/05/2022 20:56

I used Lidl nappies all the time. I once used Asda own brand ones and they did the same, nappy rash - they leaked every time I put DS in one. Some babies/toddlers just react to certain brands.

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Flopsy145 · 14/05/2022 21:11

Yes my daughter had a rash with these too. First when she was weeks old then tried her again at 1 year thinking it was just because she had been brand new but same again! Aldi fine, but we use tescos

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Cuwins · 14/05/2022 21:14

We have recently moved to lidl and seem to be fine but got really bad rash with boots own ones. Glad to find she is ok with lidl as I was worried she was only going to be ok with expensive nappies as it was pampers will now!

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chubbachub · 14/05/2022 21:16

Lidl aldi and morrisons here. All fine.
I do find the morrisons ones smelled a little stronger when full but otherwise no leaks etc.

Asda, sainsburys and pampers were all awful. Leaks and sometimes the asda tabs would just rip right off when i was fastening the nappy.
Boots were ok but i found the sizing a bit off.

Lidl sizes are generous compared to others.

For the nappy rash try metanium? That should clear it and is also a great barrier. If i was you I would change nappy brand, air the area daily, metanium overnight and a barrier like vaseline or coconut oil at every change. If you work there, could you do it so you know its done properly?

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fluffyrainbowllama · 14/05/2022 21:23

We found this with the smaller sizes of Lidl nappies, we tried the nappy pants when we got to a size 5 and she was fine. Pampers were also terrible for nappy rash with DD. I found burts bees diaper ointment amazing, it's really thick so it doesn't just wash off when they wee like a lot of them, I put it on at night and usually by the morning her nappy rash was gone.

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WeAllLikeVindaloo · 19/05/2022 05:36

All cleared up now guys thankyou.

@chubbachub we use metanium religiously in our house, it’s great isn’t it! It wouldn’t of been possible for me to change her as I work the opposite end of the building in a very busy preschool.

I ditched the lidl ones and went back to Aldi’s. It cleared up pretty quickly and hasn’t come back so it’s clear that it was the lidl ones causing issues.

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