Luvs Coupons

Luvs Diapers works great on leaks. In fact, Luvs guarantees it! If you are not satisfied with the leakage performance of Luvs as compared to your current brand, Luvs will refund your money.

Use these coupons on your next purchase of diapers.

Simply send them your original receipt, the UPC from the diaper package, and one unused Luvs Diaper. This is limited to one redemption per household or name; no organizations, and the offer expires 12/31/10. Refund is the cost of one bag of diapers, plus $1 for postage.

A Guide to Understanding Disposable Diapers: Don’t load up on newborn size diapers. You can plan on using plenty of diapers for your newborn, but unless you’re the parent of multiples, it’s overkill to buy economy packs, which may contain up to 160 newborn diapers. Your baby is likely to outgrow the newborn size before you use that many. In fact, some babies are too big at birth to ever wear the smallest size. Buy by your baby’s weight. Start with one package of 40-count newborn diapers if your baby weighs less than 8 pounds at birth. If your baby weighs 8 pounds or more, start with a package of size 1s, then buy in volume after you find the brand you like best. Don’t be afraid to experiment. You’ll find a favorite brand in time.

Bigger is better. In general, purchasing the largest-count package you can find is the way to go. Opting for an extra-large case of Pampers Baby Dry, for example, rather than the jumbo-size package, could save you up to 9 cents per diaper, depending on the size of the diaper you buy. You’ll save the most money if you buy store-brand diapers in economy-size boxes, which come in counts that range from 92 to 252; you can also find competitive deals on name-brand diapers on sale, in packages of various sizes.

Don’t be too quick to jump to the next size diaper. Selecting the smallest diaper your baby can wear comfortably will save you money in the long run because a larger diaper costs more. Manufacturers usually charge the same amount per package regardless of the actual size of the diapers, but they will put progressively fewer diapers in the package as the size gets larger. In addition, a diaper that is too roomy may allow leaks. Diaper sizes vary from brand to brand. One brand’s size 1 may fit children from 8 to 14 pounds, while another fits those from 8 to 18 pounds, combining sizes 1 and 2 into one package. A brand’s weight ranges usually overlap: Size 2 in one brand covers 12 to 18 pounds; size 3, 16 to 28 pounds; and so forth.

Luvs Disposable Diapers Explained: A disposable diaper is an absorbent pad sandwiched between two sheets of nonwoven fabric. The pad typically contains chemical crystals that can absorb up to 800 times their weight in liquid and hold it in gel form. That helps to keep liquid away from your baby’s skin, so you can leave him in a disposable longer than in a cloth diaper without causing him discomfort. The quality of disposable diapers has improved in recent years. They’re generally less leaky, feel less moist when they’re wet, and provide a better fit. All the diapers tested absorb far more liquid than a child is likely to produce during the time a single diaper is worn. All disposables are not the same; you’ll see differences from brand to brand in fit, absorbency, and leakage control.

Diapers are often sized according to a baby’s weight, beginning with preemie and newborn and progressing to sizes 1 through 7. Some store and “eco-friendly” brands are marked simply small, medium, large, and extra large, and weight ranges are listed on the package. The largest diapers fit children 41 pounds and over. As the sizes increase, you get fewer diapers for the same price. A large package might give you 72 diapers in size 1, but only 40 in size 6. As with many things, buying the largest packages can reduce your per-diaper costs. Learn also about baby wipes and related products.

Luvs Disposable Diapers Explained: A disposable diaper is an absorbent pad sandwiched between two sheets of nonwoven fabric. The pad typically contains chemical crystals that can absorb up to 800 times their weight in liquid and hold it in gel form. That helps to keep liquid away from your baby’s skin, so you can leave him in a disposable longer than in a cloth diaper without causing him discomfort. The quality of disposable diapers has improved in recent years. They’re generally less leaky, feel less moist when they’re wet, and provide a better fit. All the diapers tested absorb far more liquid than a child is likely to produce during the time a single diaper is worn. All disposables are not the same; you’ll see differences from brand to brand in fit, absorbency, and leakage control.

Diapers are often sized according to a baby’s weight, beginning with preemie and newborn and progressing to sizes 1 through 7. Some store and “eco-friendly” brands are marked simply small, medium, large, and extra large, and weight ranges are listed on the package. The largest diapers fit children 41 pounds and over. As the sizes increase, you get fewer diapers for the same price. A large package might give you 72 diapers in size 1, but only 40 in size 6. As with many things, buying the largest packages can reduce your per-diaper costs.