Review: Tesco Loves Baby Nappies & Wipes

May 15, 2013 at 8:54 pm | Posted in Reviews | 4 Comments
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With the sad demise of Huggies nappies in the UK, we were looking for an alternative – especially as nappies cost so much, we wanted a cost effective option too.

We put Tesco Loves Baby, Aldi’s Mamia and Cheeky Bots nappies, also available at Tesco to the test.

Today I’m reviewing the Tesco Loves Baby range and having already purchased some of the products because I was swayed by the pretty packaging, we were happy to oblige when asked to road test the nappies.

I always stick to a promise to readers, and to myself to post honest reviews and I can honestly say that we haven’t had one leak with Tesco nappies – they’re great.  Some nappies are stiff and uncomfortable, others just feel cheap and the worst ones leak from the sides within a matter of minutes.

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We’ve been really happy with both the quality and the price of both the nappies and wipes – and when they look good too it’s an added bonus.

Tesco regularly has baby offers and events so watch out for discounts.  The Clubcard voucher double up scheme has also just started again and you can double up for vouchers redeemable against baby products.

A 36 pack of nappies is currently £5.97 or two for £10.

There’s loads in the range as well as nappies and wipes – bottles, feeding equipment, teething products and dummies to name but a few.

Happy nappy shopping.

 

This is a sponsored post.  I stick to the Bloggers with Integrity code to post reviews that are as honest as Santa, as useful as Supernanny and as accurate as Carol Vorderman.

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  1. […] 15, 2013 at 8:54 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment Tags: nappy comparisons, nappy reviews, Tesco Loves […]

  2. Interesting that Tesco are jumping into the space that Huggies are leaving. It’d be interesting to see if they can make a quality product profitable, where Huggies failed.

    By the way, the link in the article is broken.

  3. Thats my daughter on the packaging!

    • Aah is it – she’s gorgeous! You must feel very proud x


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