My Mummy's World : Little Angels Comfort and Protect Nappies | A Review

Monday, 3 April 2017

Little Angels Comfort and Protect Nappies | A Review

You may remember last year I went down to London, and had an amazing day with Little Angels learning about their nappies and everything behind them. I used their nappies for a while when Jack was younger, and occasionally used in rotation when Isla was younger until last year. After the event and trying some of the nappies, I was pretty much converted, apart from the odd pack I pick up from work when we are running low. 


However, this year has seen another rebrand for Little Angels and this time saw the launch of a brand new nappy to the range, the Comfort and Protect. They aim to deliver up to 12-hours of dryness with a secure flexi-fit,meaning no more poo-namis - we've all experienced them. We have been sent along a pack to try out and I was keen to test out all these features they are using as their selling points. 

First up is the nappies claim to provide feather-like softness for your child's delicate skin, both on the inside and out the nappies appear really soft. Which is certainly a big plus here, you don't want something rough on your child at the best of times especially a nappy. These Comfort and Protect also feature the handy size indicator to show when your little one is growing out of the nappy size and into the next. The tabs should fasten within the coloured area when fitting well, but when outgrowing will move into the white area surrounding. 


They also feature gentle elasticated leg cuffs and an elasticated back preventing those poo-namis. Now, like with Jack - Islas poos are pretty much always explosive, ahh the vests I've lost in the process, but luckily with these, we've had nothing up her back, nothing down the legs so I'd say they work in that respect. 


These nappies pride themselves on providing up to 12 hours of dryness with thanks to the gel beads they use absorbing up to 30 times their own weight. Now in the day, we change Islas nappy a lot more frequent but night time, its on for around 12 hours, depending how long she sleeps. I tend to put them to bed around 7pm, so she is changed just before this and wakes just before 7am the following morning. We have been really lucky in the fact that the nappies are always dry the following morning and don't even look full or bulky due to the beads. I do hate that saggy nappy look.

 As you can expect from ASDA the prices are reasonable, the Comfort and Protect range is available in sizes 3, 4, 4+, 5, 5+, 6 and 6+ and are priced from £3.50 per pack. I will certainly be continuing to use the nappies within the future as I've found them to be perfect for Isla, and much more kinder on my pocket too.

Please Note: We were provided with a pack a nappies for the purpose of this review, however all words and opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.

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