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    Default New ALDI Nappies

    Hi all! Our 15 month old has had awful nappy rash for the past week and the doctor asked if we’d recently changed nappies, which we haven’t. However, we use Aldi nappies after finding that our kids seem to leak out of huggies and Aldi have recently changed their nappies.

    Does anyone else use the ALDI nappies and has found their little one is getting bad nappy rash since the change? Not accusing the nappies of being the issue but wondering if there are others in the same boat and that there could be a link.

    We might change her into something else just to see if that’s the issue but thought I’d ask how others are going with them.

    TIA!

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    I use them at night time for all 3 kids. No issues here

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    Don’t use Aldi nappies currently but DD1 used to get bad nappy rash from the Aldi nappies, also little ones and the other cheaper brands. Some babies are going to react when some won’t. I’d definitely try changing. We use baby love for DD2 after leaving from huggies.

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    No issues here I started in the new ones last week

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    Perhaps it was coincidental and the ointment we are using is clearing it up. We have gone through so many different brands and Aldi have always seemed to keep things contained even with the biggest explosion. I thought maybe their new nappies might be the cause but then I think they have only changed the design not the materials used.

    Thanks everyone! Fingers crossed that her rash clears up in the next day or so!!

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    If it doesn’t clear up there is a prescription ointment that yoh can get it’s brilliant. When Ds2 was teething and on antibiotics for ear infections I used it and still do on the odd occasion. IMG_7138.jpg


 

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