Walgreens Well Beginnings Diaper Review

 

walgreens 4 diapers

 

I don’t do a ton of reviews on my blog (they take time). But, when the opportunity to review a product I already love, or know that I will likely love comes up I go for it. Mom’s Meet emailed about an opportunity to review Walgreens Well Beginnings diapers and I applied right away. I love sharing things that work for our family…especially if they save us money AND work great.

walgreens diaper pack

For the past 6.5 years solid we have had between 1 and 3 children in diapers. I know diapers. We have done everything from cloth, to natural diapers, as well as traditional diapers.  Since discovering these diapers when our twins were babies they have been our standby. Even when we were cloth diapering we often used disposables when we were out of the house. When the twins were tiny I found a rocking good deal on Walgreens diapers. They were cheap, so I stocked up. Which, coincidentally, turned out to work fabulously for us. They were very comparable to the name brands in quality and features (a bit more like Huggies than Pampers) and we loved that they were cheaper. Now, on our 4th child we are still rocking the Walgreens diapers.

And for all y’all who are curious regarding what they actually look like I snapped this little pic of the inside of a size 4.

They have double gussets around the legs, are fairly soft, trim, and have stretch at the top of the back and around the tabs for a great fit.

walgreens open diaper

 

Along with the pack of diapers, I received a bottle of Pediatric Dye Free (!) electrolyte drink, paraben and phthalate free baby wash, and some Well Beginnings Sensitive wipes. I love that they got it right and made a dye free electrolyte drink. I like to make my own when my kids are sick, but for some parents the last thing they want to do when they have a sick kid is Google recipies.

If you have any questions about the diapers leave a comment and I will be sure to reply!

 

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