MamyPoko Singapore - Price and Reviews 2024

MamyPoko Singapore - Price and Reviews 2024


Product Range

1. MamyPoko Extra Dry Tape/Pants - More absorption power than MamyPoko standard, lasts longer. / SGD16.50


2. MamyPoko Extra Dry Anti-Mosquito Tape/Pants - Repels mosquitos with lemongrass extract. / SGD15

3. MamyPoko Air Fit Tape/Pants - Extra soft. Also thinner and stretchier than MamyPoko Extra Dry. / 
SGD22.50 - SGD26.50

4. MamyPoko Natural Tape/Pants - Organic diaper with no harmful chemical additives / 
SGD16.80

5. MamyPoko Standard Tape / Standard Pants / 
SGD15.50

6. MamyPoko Kids Pants for Night Time - Designed for overnight coverage, powerful absorption / SGD13.20 - SGD21.60

7. MamyPoko Royal Soft Pants - From Indonesia, features extra softness / SGD53.70 for 4 packs

8. MamyPoko Preemie - For newborn babies or small sized babies. / 
SGD14 - SGD16

9. MamyPoko Swimming Pants / SGD7.70



1. MamyPoko Extra Dry


- Extra Dry, Speed AirWave technology allows for 12 hour absorbing capacity. 
- Includes a wetness indicator that alerts you when your baby requires a change. 
- Designed with a contoured waistline and soft re-attachable tapes to prevent the diaper from leaking.


a. MamyPoko Extra Dry Tape Diapers

MamyPoko Extra Dry Tape Diapers Price




b. MamyPoko Extra Dry Pants




2. MamyPoko Extra Dry Protect Antimos Diapers 


This version of MamyPoko Extra Dry Tape Diapers repels mosquitos with lemongrass extract.

MamyPoko Extra Dry Protect Tape Diapers Price


Using Japan patent technology, it contains Lemongrass extract microcapsules at the diaper’s tape area. It can be activated upon rubbing the tape surface to release a pleasant Lemongrass scent. It is safe for babies with alcohol free, DEET free and no skin contact. 

Together with its Powerful Absorbent Core that absorbs and locks in urine up to 12 hours, so baby can have quality sleep with long lasting comfort and dryness.





MamyPoko Extra Dry Protect Pants Price


SGD15 on Shopee






3. MamyPoko Air Fit Tape Diapers / Pants



Softer and More Form Fitting Than MamyPoko Extra Dry

MamyPoko's most popular range. Made in Japan, MamyPoko's Softest to Skin diaper was awarded No. 1 Mom's Choice in Japan for 3 years in a row. 

Thinner, softer and stretchier than MamyPoko extra dry.
- Includes a wetness indicator to let parents know when the baby requires a change. 
- Speed AirWave technology allows for 12 hour absorbing capacity. 
- Silky smooth texture for sensitive baby skin. 
- Malleable absorbent pad that adapts its shape to the baby's bottom. 
- Good airflow and breathability. 


a. MamyPoko Airfit Tape Diapers

b. MamyPoko Airfit Pants




4. MamyPoko Natural Tape Diapers / Pants 



- Japan’s 1st Organic Diaper. 
- Made in Japan. 
- Organic cotton on top surface sheet that is ultra soft to touch. 
- Gentle for babies with sensitive skin.
- No petroleum derived oil, chemical fragrances, latex and artificial colourants.
- Contains 3 types of natural plant oils : Olive oil, jojoba oil and rice bran oil for moisturising and anti-inflammatory effects.
- Contains wetness indicators
- Absorbs loose stool : Wavy absorbing zone effectively absorbs loose stool
- Up to 12 hours absorbency
- Breathable

MamyPoko Natural Tape Diapers Price

MamyPoko Natural Pants Price



5. MamyPoko Standard Pants


- Keeps bottom dry : Quick absorbency keeps surface dry to prevent nappy rash
- Breathable and comfortable to prevent stuffiness
- Prevents leakage : Fits well to minimize gaps and prevent sagging
- Sizes M to XL


MamyPoko Standard Pants Price



ii. MamyPoko Doraemon Design






6. MamyPoko Kids Pants for Night Time


- Designed for overnight absorption to prevent leakage
- Absorption capacity of 8 glasses
- Sizes : XL and XXL




7. MamyPoko Royal Soft Pants



MamyPoko Royal Soft Tape Diapers Price




MamyPoko Royal Soft Pants Price






8. MamyPoko Preemie



- Designed for smaller sized newborn babies
- Curve fit design to fit baby's natural fetal position
- Side perforated lines for easy removal
- Air silky softness that is gentle to the newborn's delicate skin
- Sizes XS, S and Preemie

MamyPoko Preemie Price






9. Mamypoko Swimming Pants


● Specially designed for baby’s play time in the water with no worries on stool leak 

● Slim, does not swell in water

● Special leg gathers to prevent stool leak

● Easy to remove , Just tear off the sides 

● Great for occasions to play in either inflatable swimming pool, indoor / outdoor swimming pool or even beach playtime. 

● It comes with fun Pikachu design for boys and girls. 

● Available in M, L and XL size (Boy and Girl).  


Mamypoko Swimming Pants Price





FAQ

1. How to Buy Baby Diapers

Most newborns gain about 3 pounds during the first month and babies born with a higher birth weight tend to skip this diaper size altogether. Therefore, there's no point stockpiling on size NB.

You can always start small. Try stockpiling no larger than size 1, just in case you don’t like the first brand you try.

Once you get a feel for fit, cost, brand, and size, go ahead and purchase more — up to an entire year’s worth or more of diapers. Keep in mind your own baby’s weight and rate of gain when planning. Never pay full price for diapers unless it’s an emergency (more on saving on diapers below).

Keep in mind that different brands may work better or worse for different babies, so be open to trying a few different diapers before you decide on the right ones for you. Sometimes a diaper that costs a little more is a better fit and works better, making it worth the extra money.



2. How Often Should You Change Your Baby's Diaper?

Change your newborn’s diaper every two to three hours, or as needed, according to experts. Because if the diaper isn’t changed frequently, the baby is at risk of developing skin rashes, infections, and a variety of other health problems.



3. Diaper Rash

a. What is diaper rash

Diaper rash is a common type of inflamed skin (dermatitis) that appears on your baby’s bottom as a patchwork of bright red skin. Wet or infrequently changed diapers, skin sensitivity, and chafing are all common causes of diaper rash.


b. What causes diaper rash

Diaper rash can be caused by a variety of factors. Diaper rash can occur when a new food is introduced into your child’s diet. It could also be the result of a new laundry detergent or bath product. 

Diaper rash can also occur when a child’s diaper is not changed frequently enough or caused by antibiotics your child is taking. Additionally, diapers or wipes that aren’t compatible with your child’s skin may be the reason of their diaper rash.


c. How to treat diaper rash

Know the Cause
If the cause is a lack of hygiene, you should change your child’s diaper on a regular basis, making sure to thoroughly clean the baby’s bottom with a wipe or wet washcloth after each change. Then, apply a thin layer of diaper rash ointment to your baby’s bum to keep moisture at bay.

If your baby’s skin is really sensitive, it is best to use a diaper designed for sensitive skin. Change your child’s diaper frequently to avoid diaper rash in the future — moisture trapped on your child’s skin for an extended period of time can be quite harmful.

If it is due to a yeast infection. This will take a week or two of daily application of anti-fungal cream. Always make sure that your baby’s bottom is dry and clean while you’re treating them.


d. What to know about diaper rash

Diaper rash is frequently caused by a skin irritation caused by too much moisture in the diaper. The best way to solve this problem is to keep your baby’s bottom dry.

For heavy wetter, do not change diapers too soon because if your baby sitting in a lot of moisture for long periods that can cause rashes. 

It is also critical to avoid using any petroleum-based products on your baby’s sensitive skin because they cause too many dry spots, which can worsen the condition or cause more frequent flare-ups. Vaseline, Icy Hot, and Aquafor are examples of such products.



4. How Do I Keep My Diaper From Leaking?

a. Adjust the Diaper : Make sure the diaper is worn properly and tightly

b. Change your diapers right before bedtime to reduce bedtime leaking

c. Use Overnight Diapers : The usual disposable diaper is designed primarily for daytime use. It can last a few hours between changes but may not make it for a 10-12 hour stretch. 

Overnight diapers are designed for the overnight hours. They’re constructed with extra absorbency and can keep the baby dry for up to 12 hours. They’re bulkier than normal diapers but are still comfortable and leave plenty of room for movement.

If you’re noticing that your baby is soaked every morning, switching to overnight diapers could be your first move. 

d. Add a Diaper Liner : If overnight diapers are not enough, you can try adding an additional diaper liner inside the diaper for additional absorbency. Pay attention to where your baby is always leaking : the front or the back. Then add the liner on whichever side is always wet in the morning.

In this article, we will list down some of the best leak proof diapers available in Singapore.


5. Other Diaper Tips

a. Check for proper fit

When you change your baby’s diaper, check to see if the fit is too small by looking for red marks where the elastic was fastened. You also want to make sure it’s not too big, which might lead to leakage.

The top of the diaper should fit right under the belly button, give your baby’s bum full coverage, and when fastened, the tabs should not overlap nor cause redness around the waist.


b. Check the cuffs

When using disposable diapers, make sure the cuffs around the leg openings are out, and not tucked in. Tucked in cuffs can cause leakage down the leg.


c. Use swim diapers

Regular disposable diapers are not designed to be worn while swimming. When submerged, these diapers will become water logged leaving them unable to absorb additional liquids and falling off your baby with the extra water weight.

For the health and safety of fellow swimmers (as well as to avoid an embarrassing situation) make sure that your little one is in a swim diaper in the pool, lake, or ocean.


d. Consider diaper booster pads

While many diaper brands do not begin offering overnight diapers until size 3, you can purchase overnight diaper booster pads to place inside your child’s diaper if they’re sleeping long chunks of time and peeing through their diaper before they wake and aren’t yet ready for size 3.

That way you won’t have to decide between the equally awful choices of waking a sleeping baby to change their diaper or washing piles of urine soaked pajamas and bedding!


e. Start small

You may want to begin with only a small amount of diapers. As you get a feel for how quickly your child is growing and going through diapers, you’ll be able to better determine how many diapers in a particular size you’ll need.


f. Prevent leaks

If your baby has a penis, make sure it’s pointed downward into the new diaper when you are fastening it. This will help prevent urine from leaking up and out of the diaper. Pro tip: You’ll probably want to cover the penis when performing diaper changes, too!


g. Plan for the newborn stage

Some people choose to use disposable diapers on their newborn because of the extra work in cleaning cloth diapers so frequently. However, for some newborns, cloth diapers can actually fit better. Since they are able to adjust more specifically around the legs, it can mean fewer leaks and wet clothing.


h. Consider the environment

Regular disposable diapers are not biodegradable, since they include certain plastic and synthetic fibers. If you choose to use special compostable diapers, you can’t just add them to your normal compost pile! Make sure to follow directions for appropriate disposal.


i. Donate extra diapers

If you think you’re going to have another child, go ahead and hang onto any extra diapers. Disposable diapers (open and unopened) have no expiration date. However, manufacturers do suggest using up diapers within 2 years of purchase though as the coloring, absorption, and elasticity may suffer over time.

Otherwise, it would be great to donate any extra diapers to a friend, church, food bank, child care center, or other nonprofit organization taking diaper donations versus throwing them out in a landfill.





Diaper Brands in Lazada


Alvababy Cloth Diapers - Lazada / Product Guide
- Fashionable Cloth Diapers and Swim Diapers

Applecrumby Chlorine Free Diapers / Pants - Lazada

Babyspa Swimming Diapers - Lazada

Bambo Nature Eco Friendly Diapers - Lazada

Biba Fashionable Diapers - Lazada / Product Guide

Bosomi Cotton Diapers - Lazada

Charnins / Tape Diapers, Pull Up Diapers, Swim Diapers - Lazada

Drypers - Lazada / Product Guide
Skinature / Drypers Touch / Wee Wee Dry / Drypantz / Classic

GOO.N - Lazada

Huggies - Lazada / Product Guide
Black Label Little Penguin (Softness) / Platinum Naturemade / Gold Airsoft / Silver / GoodNites / Little Swimmer

Mamypoko - Lazada / Product Guide
Extra Dry + Anti Mosquito (Absorbs more and thicker) / Air Fit (Thin and soft) / Natural (Organic) / Standard / Kids Pants for Night Time / Royal Soft / Preemie

Merries - Lazada

Moo Moo Kow (Cloth Diapers) - Lazada

Moony - Lazada / Product Guide
Similar brand as Mamypoko - Natural (Organic) / Airfit / Swim Pants

Nepia / Genki - Lazada

Nuby Swimming Diapers - Lazada

Offspring - Lazada
Organic, chlorine free - Fashion Diapers / Ultra Thin Diapers / Newborn Diapers

Pampers - Lazada / Product Guide
Premium Care (Hypoallergenic) / Overnight Pants / Baby Dry (Better for day use) / Aircon Pants (Breathable) / Swim Diapers

Pee-Ka-Poo - Lazada 

Rascal and Friends - Lazada

Tollyjoy Gauze Napkins - Lazada




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