Pampers Premium Protection Diapers Size 1, 22 Count

  • Feather-like Softness
    Selected feathery soft materials for gentlest touch on baby's skin
  • Navel Friendly Cut
    Protects your baby's delicate belly with a perfectly contoured fit
  • Soft & Stretchy Sides
    All around soft & stretchy sides for a comfortable fit
  • Air Channels
    Breathable dryness and up to 12 hours of protection
  • Wetness Indicator
    Lets you know when it might be time for a change

Pampers Diaper Size Chart

To find out which diaper your baby needs, take a look at the above chart or see the below table.

Baby Weight Suitable Size
1.5-2.5 kg size 0
2-5 kg size 1
4-8 kg size 2
6-10 kg size 3
9-14 kg size 4
10-15 kg size 4+ for higher absorbency overnight
11-16 kg size 5
12-17 kg size 5+ for a higher night-time absorbency
13-18 kg size 6
14+kg Size 6+ for a higher night-time absorbency
15+kg size 7

Besides weight, your baby’s body type can also play a role when choosing the right diaper size. Slim and long babies may require a smaller size diaper.

If the diaper is leaking, it may be a sign that your baby needs a more absorbent diaper, not necessarily the next size up. Pampers has a + sized range of diapers for just this reason. If your baby needs more absorbency over longer periods like night-time sleep, but isn’t ready for the next size up, consider choosing a diaper in size 4+ or 5+.

How many diapers does a newborn use? Quite a few in the beginning, but the amount gradually decreases as he grows. That’s because the younger your baby is, the more often she will need to feed. This means more frequent peeing and pooing, which matters because smaller diapers can absorb less than bigger sizes. So, while you’re using sizes 0, 1 or 2, you may need about eight diapers per day. For size 3 you’ll need about seven, while for sizes 4, 4+, 5, 5+, 6 and 7 you’ll need about five diapers a day.

Remember, these are just guidelines – it’s up to you to judge how often you’ll need to change those nappies.

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