Pampers is a popular company owned by Proctor and Gamble and is known for making diapers and wipes. Pampers is commonly found in hospitals and is often the first diaper babies wear after birth. Proctor and Gamble was one of the first to develop the disposable diaper. They were first developed by a chemical engineer working for Proctor and Gamble named Victor Mills. In the 1950s, he began working on the disposable diaper and as the years went by, the company added tape closure tabs, elastic legs, and refastening tabs, and they made the diapers thinner with gelling material.
Swaddlers Sensitive has a soft inner layer that rests against baby's skin.
Swaddlers Sensitive diapers only scored above average for durability and average for comfort with all other metrics coming below average. This makes the Sensitive a product without much to like because it is generally average.
The closure tabs and cuffs on the Swaddlers Sensitive are very skin friendly.
This diaper is fairly comfortable with non-abrasive tabs and cuffs. The fabric is soft, though not as soft as some other products we looked at. The diaper is relatively smooth at the motion points, but the elastic on the back is only about average.
The absorption test results for the Swaddlers Sensitive diapers were inconsistent, with some indicating less moisture transfer and others excessive transfer.
Swaddlers Sensitive scored slightly higher for leakage than other diapers from the same brand. However, they still came out below average and were not that impressive given that there were some diapers that didn't leak at all.
It scored lower in our absorption tests. Part of the problem with absorption was an inconsistent result across multiple diapers from the same and different packs. This indicates a possible quality control issue where some of the diapers locked moisture away fairly well while others did not. Either way, moisture on the test sheet indicates that the diaper could leave moisture next to baby's skin, leading to diaper rashes.
The Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive had significant leakage in our tests, but the absorption tests were inconsistent with some good and some bad results.
The Swaddlers Sensitive diapers had a very low score for health and eco-friendliness, keeping in line with their non-sensitive counterparts. Pampers has a vague disclosure on how their diapers are made, and the main difference in the Sensitive version is the added aloe that the regular version does not have. Given that some babies can be sensitive to any additional additives it is a strange decision to call the aloe version "sensitive". These diapers are not free of lotion, chlorine, dye, or perfumes, and it does not have an allergy certification.
Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive is a soft diaper with wetness indicator.
The Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive is similar to Pampers Swaddlers but with added aloe to the inner liner that is supposed to help sensitive skin. This diaper is a little on the spendy side and didn't score above average in any metric but durability where it came in one point above average. This product earned disappointing scores for leakage and absorption, which are the two most important functions of a diaper. If it leaks or doesn't absorb liquids then it isn't doing its job as a diaper.