PAMPERS® SIZE GUIDE
Pampers® have been developing nappies for over 50 years, caring for babies’ happy, healthy development and creating nappies for babies of every age, from precious newborns to potty training toddlers.
The only newborn nappy approved by the British Skin Foundation*, Pampers New Baby nappies offer snuggly soft protection for sensitive newborn skin. With soft, stretchy side wings and double leg cuffs that gently adapt to your baby’s body and a navel-friendly shape to protect your baby’s delicate tummy. The wetness indicator lets you know when it might be time for a change.
Pampers Active Fit nappies provide a wriggle-proof fit to keep up with your baby’s wild new moves. With a threeway perfect fit system for a comfortable and reliable fit, Active Fit nappies stay in place for worry-free play. The super absorbent core gives up to 12 hours leakage protection and the wetness indicator lets you know when it might be time for a change.
Pampers Active Fit and Baby-Dry Nappy Pants have a 360° fit to help prevent gaps and leaks, and with one pull to put on and easy-tear sides to remove, they’re easy to change too! The quick-dry core absorbs wetness and keeps it away from your baby’s skin for up to 12 hours of all-around leakage protection.
CHECK OUR HANDY GUIDE BELOW TO SEE WHICH TYPE OF NAPPY IS RIGHT FOR YOUR BABY
PAMPERS® HARMONIE (PURE) PROTECTION™
• Sizes 1-5
• Up to 12 hours leakage protection
• Helps keep skin dry and healthy
• Feather-like soft materials
• Pampers® Wetness Indicator™
• Made from plant-based materials
WHEN TO SWITCH NAPPY SIZES
These are some of the signs your baby may be ready for the next size up:
• The tapes don’t reach the middle of the landing zone, instead they only reach the edges of the waistband
• You can’t fit two of your fingers under the waistband of the nappy
• Your baby shows signs of discomfort due to the nappy being too small
• A nappy rash develops overnight because nappies that are too small hold wetness close to the skin
• The nappy isn’t covering the buttocks completely
• Red marks appear on their tummy or thighs, indicating that the nappy is too tight
• The nappy starts to leak pee or poo. Should a dreaded “nappy catastrophe” happen, then it’s probably time for the next size up. However, nappies may also leak if they’re too big