aldemon prefer Luvs With Ultra Leakguards Jumbo Pack Size Newborn Diapers 38 Count (Pack of 4) Reviews 3

Luvs With Ultra Leakguards Jumbo Pack Size Newborn Diapers 38 Count (Pack of 4)

  • Leakguard Core
  • Stretch Sides
  • Leak Barrier Leg Gathers
  • Made to fit newborns (4-10 pounds)
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
You know more—so why spend more? As an experienced mom, you don’t trust something because it costs more, you trust what works. Luvs diapers give your baby the protection she needs at the low price you’re looking for—complete with a money back guarantee. Leaks? No thanks. You need a diaper that holds up to your wiggly little one. Luckily, Luvs has a contoured shape with leak barrier leg gathers, for a snug, comfortable fit. Not to mention a leakguard core that helps lock wetness away from baby’s skin. So Live, Learn & Get Luvs: baby-friendly protection at a budget-friendly price. Available in sizes NB, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

List Price: $ 32.08 Price: $ 39.98

3 thoughts on “aldemon prefer Luvs With Ultra Leakguards Jumbo Pack Size Newborn Diapers 38 Count (Pack of 4) Reviews

  1. Reply P. Vaughn Jan 1,2013 11:25 pm
    77 of 79 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect!, September 11, 2008
    By 
    P. Vaughn
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    These diapers are great, they are of the same quality as Pampers, only about $6-7 cheaper for the same amount. They have the stretchy sides that are exactly the same type as Pampers Swaddlers and Cruisers. They have a babypowder scent to them, which is a little stronger than the Swaddlers, but not to where it bothers anyone. So far I’ve tried Target, Wal-Mart brands, Huggies, Pampers and Luvs. From my experience they ALL leak, no matter what they say. Especially when my breastfed baby has an explosive poop while not laying on his back — this makes the liquid come out from the back of the diaper. But these don’t leak as much as Huggies and generic brands. They are also not as rough as Huggies. Like I said, I would compare these to Pampers, I really think they stole their design ;)

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  2. Reply curious Jan 2,2013 12:06 am
    53 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    What happened to the great diapers?, February 27, 2009
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    curious

    These diapers WERE great. We had our new born last May, and have used LUVS since birth after trying Pampers and Huggies. On our little one, Huggies leaked all over the place every time, Pampers were OK but not better at a more expensive price. We’ve been ordering LUVS from Amazon from size 1. Somewhere in the middle of size 3 boxes (a couple of months back), the LUVS diapers that we’ve received suddenly changed in quality. The cross-hatch is gone (it’s all white now), the diapers are thinner, and the elastic on the sides are awful now, they lose their elasticity very easily, and of course that means leaky diapers. We thought that might have been a one-time thing, but the next size 4 box that we ordered are the same ‘new’ no-good quality. Up above in the images, I see that someone else had the same experience. You can see from the pictures there that the diapers are different now.

    What happened to the great LUVS diapers???

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  3. Reply Rebecca Butler Jan 2,2013 12:40 am
    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Discount pampers brand, February 21, 2009
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    Rebecca Butler (Houston, TX) –
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    I thought I should just share with y’all that Luvs is manufactured by the same peeps that make Pampers Diapers. They consider them their “discount brand”, lots of big name brands do that to keep the most amount of customers (in this case upper and middle class families) in their corner.
    About LUVS diapers I can say nothing too bad – my daughter is 2 years now and VERY active and also drinks A LOT so we have quite a few leaky diapers throughout the day but I have to say I tried regular Pampers Cruisers, Huggies, Walmart Brand – she always has leaks, it just comes with the degree of activity and the amount of water she drinks all day. At night time I switched from Pampers Cruisers to Huggies Night Time Diapers; works really well for me, havent had any leaks in the middle of the night anymore. But during the day I stick to my LUVS, they are fairly cheap (only a couple of dollars difference from Pampers, but HEY) and do the job. I would like to comment on a couple of things some people here said (negative) about LUVS:
    If the diaper is leaking, it COULD be the diaper, but most likely it’s your little one; once they are more active, they wiggle and bend differently and what worked fine before, just doesnt work now any longer. Also, when they get in between sizes the diaper just doesnt do the job anymore, you need a bigger size. And maybe they just had a cup of water too many and you didnt realize it fast enough and there you have the leak.
    If your kiddo has diaper rash, it could be the diaper, but most likely your child is already on the sensitive side – like mine – so what I did was I used a blow dryer every time I changed her diaper after I cleaned her up with wipes really good, and when her bottom was dry I used good ol’ Vaseline (for babies) to keep the urin from entering the skin BTW Vaseline is what Pampers use inside of their Swaddlers and Cruisers, so there you have the secret ingredient to prevent rash in expensive diapers! Works really great! I only used Boudreauxs Butt Paste when she had a bad rash, to make it go away, other than that I ALWAYS used Vaseline, every single time I changed her.
    If your little stretchy tab tears you really just got one out of the whole package that was faulty or you used to much force, it happened to me too, with Pampers Swaddlers and Cruisers also, but actually the worst was Huggies – they almost ALWAYS tore. I must be doing something wrong – my LUVS hold up for the most part.
    Last I would like to say that I never let my Toddler run around the house in just diapers on – she knows how to take them off and if she is playing bouncy on her ride-on car sometimes the already full diaper explodes and the gelly stuff comes out. Stretchy pants or shorts really help with that.
    With Huggies I’ve made only bad experiences when she was a baby – it seems like Huggies are perfect for boys, maybe it has something to do with the anatomy and how the pee comes out, but they NEVER worked for my daughter. I am really surprised that the over night diapers from Huggies are so great, just during the day they also leak – I really think it’s a gender thing. Correct me if Im wrong.

    Over all, really love LUVS, I prefer Pampers, just not the price, so I save a couple of bucks each month by buying LUVS. Im pregnant with baby no 2 right now and for newborns to about 9 months I am going to use Pampers Swaddler and Cruisers ONLY but thats ONLY because I breastfeed and Pampers absorb runny messes like no other diaper – but only Swaddlers and Cruisers – they have a net-like texture that absorbs the runny poop and keeps it in there better than any diaper I know.

    For the everyday (during the day) wear with mostly pee to take care of, I absolutely recommend LUVS.

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