This brand has a reputation of being able to handle messes, so you can be confident that your baby’s bottom is covered. These disposable diapers are designed not swell when submerged under water, so they’ll keep any potential accidents inside the diaper.
These swim nappies are convenient, decked out in cute designs and are quick to clean up or take off thanks to the easy rip side seams. This budget-friendly option is widely available at all stores where baby products are sold. So, if you forgot to pack your baby’s reusable swim diaper for your baby, they are readily available regardless of where you are and they won’t put a dent in your wallet.
Beau and Belle Little are reusable swim diapers with a fashionable flair. Designed with cute patterns on the outside, they are made to catch any accidental solids on the inside.
Beau and Belle Littles know babies, and understand that their quick growth spurts are inevitable, so their diapers feature adjustable snaps to find a snug fit as your baby grows. The weight limit on these reusable swim diapers range from 6 through 36 pounds, so they can grow with your child from tot to toddler without breaking the bank. The well-made reusable swim diapers’ outer layer is made with a waterproof polyester and the inside is a soft mesh, all for comfortable wear or potential clean up.
For the parents who like to keep life simple, these swim diapers are made to match a multitude of bathing suits. Founded by two moms who needed a reasonably-priced gender-neutral solution, the designs feature classic colors and stripes that will never go out of style. The Primary brand also encourages handing down the reusable diapers when your bundle of joy grows out of them.
Selecting the right fit is easy with no buttons or side seams, and the elastic bands help those tiny little chubby legs freely get through. Made with chemical-free recycled material with an added layer of SPF-50, Primary has your baby’s bum covered, whether they are lounging poolside or going for a dip in the ocean.
These triple-layered bright colored swim diapers have great reviews across the board and we love that the company is owned by moms. With a patented design, each soft layer has a purpose to help pull moisture from your baby’s bottom and an array of designs and patterns means it won’t be hard to find something that will suit your baby best.
The durable fabric is washing-machine safe, and each pair of diapers are crafted with snaps to help make diaper changes easy. The fabric is also UPF 50+, which will help block out harmful UV rays from the sun.
Made with organic cotton, these reusable swim diapers can be pulled up or snapped on and come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. The Charlie Banana brand also offers a 2-in-1 Swim Diaper and Training Pants with has an extra layer of padding to help with any possible accidental urinary leaks—perfect for toddlers who are potty training. This option comes with a drawstring instead of snaps, to resemble big kid underwear, for extra poolside confidence.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take my 2-month-old swimming?
It is recommended that you wait until your baby is about 2-months-old before going in for a quick dip in a heated pool, and waiting for around 6 months before starting swim classes.
Can I use regular everyday diapers in the pool?
Swimming diapers are not made like your regular daily diapers. Regular diapers absorb as much liquid as possible, and can explode once they have reached their limit, causing a terrible mess and posing serious problems for pool filters. Swim diapers, on the other hand, are designed to be waterproof, repelling all liquid — including urine. Fun fact: swim diapers, both disposable and reusable, aren’t actually meant to catch urine, but are designed to catch solid accidents, so definitely use caution when hanging out in the baby area of the pool.
How often should I change my baby’s swim diaper?
The CDC recommends checking your baby’s swim diaper every 60 minutes. If the diaper is soiled, it’s important to change it right away.
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