Pant Style Diaper review: Libero vs Pampers
Today I’m reviewing 2 different brands of diapers for you. The brands are Pampers and Libero. I’ll be reviewing only pant-style diapers as my daughter wears that type only.
Pampers is a very old and popular diaper brand while Libero is just about a year old. My daughter uses both brands. Lets see the points of difference between the diapers-
About Pampers Baby Dry Pants
With Magic Gel that instantly locks away wetness,Pampers baby dry pants keeps your little one’s skin dry and healthy. They’re also easy to pull up and down and provides your baby with up to 12 hours of overnight dryness for fresh and happy mornings
About Libero Pant Diapers
It is particularly important to have diapers that are extremely soft right from the start. And during the first few weeks, it is also important that they are kind to the sensitive navel area.
As the smallest babies are fed on breast milk or baby formula, our smaller diapers have a special net-like surface that absorbs the loose stools. This minimises the risk of leaks. It also makes life easier when it is time to change the diaper.
To begin with, babies spend their time lying down. This is why NB have special leakage protection – absorption pockets at the front and back.
We introduce our ‘waist elastic’, a soft elasticated section with a snug, flexible fit, which also prevents leaks both front and back. The gusset between the legs is also narrower, so that it does not get in the way as the child increasingly starts to move around.
The diapers have Free Flex stretchy sides and Velcro fasteners. With the help of these smart, stretchy elastic strips and fasteners, the shape of the diaper adapts to soft thighs and round baby stomachs. No matter whether the baby is sitting up or lying down, standing or walking, the diaper will adapt to fit. Along with the narrow gusset, this ensures that the diaper remains comfortable and leak-free.
- Pampers- INR 490 for a pack of 36 diapers
- Libero- INR 550 for a pack of 36 diapers
Pampers diapers have a cute teddy bear printed on the front and has an indicator for front and back.
Libero diapers have a little heart printed on front and the print of an anchor on the back. The prints are really funky. These diapers also have front and back indicator.
Pampers is available in many size variants like 18, 36 and 58 piece packs.
Libero has maximum 36 piece packs available.
pack- same. Pampers has large range of packs 18, 36, 58
Even though my daughter uses Pampers diapers more, she is more comfortable in Libero diapers.
It is probably because Libero has a more cottony surface which is almost like hosiery. This makes Libero diapers marginally bulkier but it is not a big difference.
Libero diapers are far more absorbent than Pampers.
If I make my daughter wear Pampers at night and when she wakes up in the morning, the diapers are swollen and damp. With Libero however there is no such issue. Her skin remains dry and there is no wetness in diapers even after about 10 hours.
Both Libero and Pampers have similar size ranges. From newborns to toddlers, you will find diapers for kids of different age-groups.
Pampers is widely and easily available while availability of Libero diapers is limited and that is why most parents prefer Pampers diapers.
Overall, I prefer Libero diapers for their comfort level and better absorbency. If Libero suits your budget and is easily available to you then I would suggest using Libero diapers for your babies.
For more details, check out my video review of these diapers