Ok so I’ll admit it, I’m a bit of a nappy snob. I know I know, I’ve only been changing nappies for a matter of 4 or 5 months now but I was always of the mindset that only a certain nappy (insert famous nappy brand name here!) would do for my little angel. Saying this we have tried out a couple of other brands, mainly when I couldn’t find any decent offers on, so we have tried several makes over our short time in nappy changing! So when Asda got in touch to see if we would like to try some of the Little Angels Comfort Dry nappies, I thought sure lets give it a go.
Imogen is now in size 3 nappies (oh how time flies!) so these are the ones we’ve been using – currently they’re priced at £3.75 for a 50pk on the Asda website, but I believe they’re also often on offer in the 3 for £10 deal, so they compare pretty favourably to their rivals.
First off I must say that I was really impressed with the bright and colourful design, and they obviously catch Imogen’s eye too as she will often make a grab for one from the side of the changing table!
Little Angels are said to be incredibly soft and absorbent, and so far I would agree – we’ve had no leaks and I’ve been impressed by the way they have managed overnight as well with no damp skin in the mornings. The elasticated leg cuffs are really soft and I’ve not noticed them leave any marks, but still do their job really well.
Little Angels also have a size guide on the front waistband of its Newborn, Supreme Protection and Comfort Dry nappies – to help mums understand when it might be time for baby to move up a size. This is done by indicating where the tabs should fasten on the nappy; if they fall outside of this area, it’s usually time to try the next size up! I can see this being a really useful feature, as is the time-to-change wetness indicator.
Overall we’ve been really impressed with the Little Angels nappies, and wouldn’t hesitate to buy them again.
Disclosure: The nappies were sent to us for the purpose of review, with no expectation of a positive write up.