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ASDA Little Angels Newborn Nappies Review

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At a glance:

These ASDA Little Angels Newborn nappies feature secure flexi-fit which helps prevent leaks up your baby's back, feather-like softness for baby's extra delicate skin, elasticated leg cuffs to prevent leaks, a contoured design which is kind to your baby's sensitive tummy and a 'time-to-change' wetness indicator. The colour-coded waistband helps you know when it's time for baby to move up a size. A Skin Health Alliance accreditation ensures that Little Angels nappies have been tested rigorously.

Would you recommend this to other mums?

Jane: I would absolutely recommend these to a fellow mum. They are easy to use, cost-effective and seem comfortable for baby.

Misha: Yes, I would definitely recommend this nappy to fellow mums. My daughter is always comfortable in these nappies and the design is very cute. They are easy and simple to use and we have also not experienced any nappy rash with them.

Samantha: The design is simple with a cut-out section at the front for your newborn's naval area where umbilical cord stumps/clips may still be attached. There is a pattern and nappy size on the front so you can't get confused when fitting them. They have both a tab indicator for perfect fit and a wetness indicator which is really handy. You get plenty of nappies in the pack and for the cost, they are excellent value. We did not experience any leaks, they left my babies skin dry and despite fitting snugly they did not leave any marks on the skin.

How did this product make your life easier?

Louise: This nappy performs really well. It keeps leaks under control and feels comfortable on my baby. The leak indicator is a really useful feature. I think these nappies are really good value for money and compete well against more expensive ones. I would like it if they could be more eco-friendly or biodegradable.

Jessica: I was a little unsure about trying a supermarket own brand but how wrong was I? These are so easy to put on and they do exactly what they claim on the packet! They even tell you when the nappy is wet which makes it easier to see if a nappy needs changing.

Heather: The ASDA nappies are really well made. The wetness indicator on the front of the nappy is really useful for new parents to help gauge when you need to change your baby’s nappy. The back of the nappy has an elasticated section at the top, which helps to create a soft, secure and snug fit around your baby.

Would you choose this product to win?

Jane: I found that the quality was equal to other popular brands but these were more kind to my purse so I feel that they deserve to win.

Misha: The main reason I will continue to use these nappies is the cost. They work out to be around 3p a nappy and are just as good and comfortable as more expensive brands.

Samantha: I would choose this product to win as they do exactly what they need to do for a fraction of the price of some other popular brands. The price of the nappies is a winning factor as they are excellent value for money. They are durable and do everything to keep your baby dry. The nappies lasted through the night with no leaks. We did not get any nappy rash from them and there was no chemical smell which I have found with other budget brands.

What changes would you make to this product?

Louise: It would be fantastic if these nappies could be more eco-friendly and biodegradable. If the functionality was the same then I would even pay more for this feature as it is so important. Parents are very conscious now of their impact on materials going to landfill and nappies are a big contributing factor. This would be a big selling point that would make me by these nappies over other brands.

Jessica: I would make the sizing clearer by changing the pictures on the packaging.

Heather: The design of the nappy is very plain. The white design is good for wearing under white and neutral coloured clothes, unlike some other nappies which can show through the clothing. However, when your baby is hot and just in a nappy, a funkier design would be nicer to look at. Having a clearer design for the front vs the back would also make it easier to tell at a glance which way around the nappy is meant to go.

Catriona originally joined the team as an Editorial Assistant to work on the 2019 M&B Awards. As a Digital Writer, she has written and updated hundreds of articles on the site from medical explainers to celebs news and shopping galleries.

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