It is quite tricky to catch your 15 month old for a diaper change, let alone to make them lie down on a mat. All parents have been there and done that! Once the squirmy baby is in your hands, you wish you could just slip that diaper on and be done with it. Huggies Slip-on diaper is an attempt to solve that problem. It is a product between the Pull-up and a regular diaper for babies that just won’t stay still even for one minute. There are good and there are bad sides to this diaper, so let’s review the positive first.
Visual Appeal – Good!
Huggies Slip-on diaper is very cute, with Disney design and is quite appealing for its young customers. The visual appeal is important for the potty training time.
Potty Training Incentive – Excellent!
This diaper is quite good for infants who are potty training. They are easy to remove and easy to slide on again. They make the little ones feel proud and “grown up” when they can pull their own diaper off and on by themselves. Wait a minute, isn’t it something what Pull ups are made for? Yes, but Slip-ons are a little softer, more comfortable and have more cushion.
Absorbency – Good!
Slip-ons are more absorbent than Pull ups. This diaper absorbs more and thus you will experience less leaks. However, there were some reports of night time leakage. Just to be on a safe side, we would recommend to put a regular diaper for the nighttime. Better to be safe than sorry!
The Ease Of Use – Good!
The diaper also has velcro tabs that are easy to undo while changing a messy diaper. However, that brings us right to the discussion of some flaws of this product.
This diaper comes off easy not only for you but for your child too! The size of the diaper is excellent for the chubbier babies, but if your baby is on a lower end of the weight chart your regular diaper size might not match with Slip-ons size. Some parents report this diaper slipping off easily and being too lose around waist. Velcro tabs are easily undone and your little explorer will explore this option, guaranteed! And last but not least is cost. This diaper is quite expensive! Compared to regular Huggies diapers, you get less diapers for the same price.