Drypers Drypantz Review

When it comes to diapers for my kids, I only have THREE basic requirements. It has to be:

  1. Absorbent – can hold pee up to 12 hours
  2. Soft and comfortable
  3. Value for money

Back when my girl was on diapers, I remember making the transition to pant diapers for her when she was a toddler and getting way too impatient to put on diapers which required her to stay still while I get the sticky tapes on. I was obviously getting in her way of her exploration of the world around her, and so, we scouted around for pant diapers for her and we finally settled on Drypers Drypantz and she used it all the way till she was finally fully toilet-trained at 3 years old.

Pant diapers are slightly more costly than the usual diapers with tape but it really is quite worth it considering that there are less struggles during changing time and changing time involves either pulling the diaper down or tearing the sides and putting on a new one which takes up a grand total of 5 seconds maybe? Yup, so when my boy started becoming more active, we made the switch to Drypers Drypantz for him as well. It’s definitely more convenient when we’re out and can’t find any diaper changing stations!

Drypers Drypantz

Back to my three requirements, Drypers Drypantz is definitely absorbent enough – he’s changed into his last diaper of the day at 10-ish at night and is usually changed at 9-ish in the morning when he wakes. Never leaked so far. Not that I’m expecting it to, since Drypers Drypantz contains Activ-Core™ which helps to absorb pee quickly and prevent back-flow, ensuring that the tot’s skin is dry and comfy. Plus, I’ve had a good experience using it for my daughter for almost two years with hardly any incident – she used Drypers Drypantz mainly at night and when we were out because she was on cloth diapers in the day. But I’m sure you know that what works well for one child may not be suitable for another. Fortunately for us, Drypers Drypantz fit both our kids well so we’ve not had to go scouting for suitable diapers. Trust me, we’ve had our fair share of trying out diapers and finding out that they don’t meet my requirements.

Drypers Drypantz comes with Flexi-Fit – a soft and snug waist elastic – which allows the tot to move with greater ease due to the comfortable fit. The soft elastic means that it doesn’t leave any red marks on my boy’s thighs or his hips, and he is kept comfortable all day long. A happy tot maketh a happy mum.

It also comes with cute designs on both the front and back of the diaper (the front shows the animal’s face and the back shows the rear view of the animal).

Drypers Drypantz
Not only is it easy for the adult helping to change the kid, the pictures on the pant diapers would help little ones who are learning to put on their diapers on their own figure out which is the front/back. Apparently my children think that their ‘babies’ need to be diapered in Drypers Drypantz too – and notice that they’ve put on the diapers correctly too, thanks to the pictures!

Drypers DrypantzAs for its cost, at $16.50 per pack, I’d say Drypers Drypantz is affordable, fairly priced and comparable to other premium brands of pant diapers.

If you’d like to give Drypers diapers a try, you can hop over to their FB page where you can request for a free sample!

Drypers Drypantz

Disclosure: This is an advertorial. All opinions expressed are 100% mine. Kid with cute diaper bum mine too 🙂

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