Autumn is here, have you chosen your baby's diapers?

time:2022-10-02 04:41:38source:monlittlebaby.com author:Fever
Autumn is here, have you chosen your baby's diapers?

An autumn rain and a cold, the weather turns cold and the temperature plummets. For the baby, it is the season of high incidence of illness. Diarrhea can be regarded as the top problem, because the baby's immune system is weak, and the weather is cold, and it is very easy to cause diarrhea. In addition to diet, a baby's tummy can also cause diarrhea. If the mother does not change the wet diapers in time at night, it is easy to cause the baby's belly to get cold. Therefore, in the autumn and winter seasons, it is necessary to do a good job of keeping the baby's belly warm. It is recommended that mothers try to choose diapers with strong absorption and better fit when the baby sleeps at night to prevent urine leakage. Mom and Dad can choose Cool Anqi baby diapers. Cool Anqi baby diaper composite core has a large absorption capacity and locks 8 times at a time to ensure the urine output. The core body is added with BASF water-absorbing beads from Germany and Sumitomo-absorbing crystal beads from Japan, which can better capture urine, quickly infiltrate and prevent reverse osmosis. Keep your baby's butt dry to prevent cold. Cool Anqi baby diapers use a widened and enlarged 360-degree three-dimensional embracing elastic waist, and the width is increased by 20%. The high-waisted embracing design changes the status quo of the oppression and nudity of the short pants on the navel, protects the small belly from cold and wind, keeps the small belly warm, and protects the healthy and happy growth of the baby. Cool Anqi baby diapers have innovated the structure for the places prone to urine leakage. They are designed with double-layer leak-proof partitions, and are made of new materials that are super soft and water-repellent, so that they do not rub against the baby's skin. urine. Cool Anqi Baby Diapers - Safe Pants! Protect your baby's healthy growth!
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