Pampers with Dry Max & Liz Lange Clutch {Review & Giveaway}

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Pampers LogoFrom the day my boys were born we have been loyal to Pampers diapers. While we tried a couple of other brands they just didn’t work for us and we’ve never looked back. Did you know that Pampers has come out with brand new technology called Dry Max? With it Pamper’s has created their driest and thinnest diaper ever, meant to lock wetness up to 12 hours! (I know, crazy right?) With 20% less bulk, softer outer cover, tapered design and the much adored Sesame Street characters, what is not to love?

About the Dry Max Technology:

  • Dry Max describes the new “engine” or core of Cruisers and Swaddlers diapers.
  • It allows for the removal of the airfelt (“paper pulp”) found in current Swaddlers and Cruisers, resulting in a thinner and less bulky core. Currently, Pampers is the only brand with this technology on the market.
  • The thinner core is enabled by the new Absorbent Gelling Material (AGM), removing the need for airfelt. The AGM is more permeable, meaning it locks wetness in faster than previous AGM.

Pampers Cruisers and SwaddlersWhile we were already very happy with Pampers, we certainly love the new Pampers with Dry Max. I noticed right away that my 2 year old’s diaper was much lighter in the mornings and we’ve been able to longer between diaper changes because he stays so dry. I also love that they are less bulky!  If you have bypassed Pampers in the past because of fit issues or perhaps leaks I encourage you to try them out again. You can even request a Pampers free sample.

Buy it: Pampers with Dry Max starting hitting store shelves this month so be on the lookout for them where ever Pampers diapers are currently sold.

Pampers Liz Lange Clutch with CruisersWith the less bulky appeal of new Pampers Dry Max, this Liz Lange clutch created exclusively for Pampers is just the thing for moms who want to reduce the bulkiness of cumbersome diaper bags. So how would you like to win it?

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{ Giveaway }

I have the awesome Liz Lange clutch featured above worth $50 and a week supply of Pampers diapers to give away to one of my very lucky readers.

MAIN ENTRY: Tell me if you are loyal to a particular brand of diapers.

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This contest will end on 4/1/10 at 11:59 pm CST. U.S. residents only. The winner will be drawn via random.org and will have 72 hours to respond to winning notification email before I draw another winner or do a live giveaway.

Disclosure: I received the a 1 week sample of diapers for the purposes of this review but no other type of compensation was received. This has no bearing on my completely honest review above. The opinions and experiences I’ve shared with these products are my own and yours may differ.

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Comments

  1. Ani says

    I’m fairly loyal to Luvs because they’ve worked well for us, but I’m always open to trying something new.

  2. trixx says

    I tried using store brand diapers thinking I could save a few bucks. Of course I was so wrong. I use cloth diapers during the day, but always Pampers at night.

  3. Lisa says

    I prefer Pampers but Costco sells Huggies so that’s what I get when Pampers arent on sale

  4. Eileen says

    WIth 6 kids we were only loyal to our WALLETS…so tried lots of really “crappy” brands through the years. (sorry…I could NOT resist that pun!)

    But, through years of trial and error, we did TRULY learn to buy only Pampers but ALWAYS used coupons found in the weekly paper! It made buying affordable and our kids leak free! Ya get what you pay for!

    thanks much!

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