Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How are Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants different from nappies
Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants protect in the water without swelling like nappies or training pants do. They have a durable outer cover so they won’t tear on rough concrete at swimming pools or at the beach. Little Swimmers come in fun, vibrant colours so you can use them the same way you would use a swimming costume. They also can be worn underneath a swimming costume and have easy open sides for easy removal when wet.
Q. When should I put the Huggies Little Swimmer Swimpant on my child?
We recommend you put them on just before your child gets in the water. They have a unique material in the absorbent core that doesn’t swell in water, and special elastic side guards to help contain solid bowel movements to avoid water hygiene issues and save embarrassment, however they do not have as much absorbent capacity as a nappy. If we did make them able to absorb urine like a nappy they would swell from all the water and become heavy and uncomfortable for babies to wear.
Q. Should my child wear a swimming costume with Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants?
Your child can wear Huggies Little Swimmers swimpants under swimming costumes or alone. The Swimpants take the place of a disposable nappy and come in fun, vibrant colours, so you can use them the same way you would use a swimming costume.
Q. Should my child wear nappies with Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants?
Regular disposable nappies should not be worn in the water as they swell up and can make swimming difficult for you and your baby.Your child can wear Huggies Little Swimmers
Swimpants under a swimming costume or alone. The swimpants take the place of a disposable nappy and come in fun, vibrant colours, so you can use them the same way you would use a swimming costume.
Q. Are Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants for boys or girls?
The swimpants are for both boys and girls and can be worn alone or with a swimming costume.
Q. How can three sizes of swimpants fit children ranging in age from 6 to 48 months?
Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants have unique stretchy side panels, similar to those used in Huggies Nappy Pants, that give a comfortable fit to children across a broader weight range.
Q. What are Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants made of?
Little Swimmers have a unique absorbent material that protects without swelling in water like nappies or training pants do. They have a durable outer cover so they won’t tear on rough concrete at swimming pools or at the beach. They have stretchy sides and waistband to make sure your baby is comfortable in the water and tear away sides for easy removal and disposal. The special elastic side guards help contain little accidents while in water, such as solid bowel movements, to avoid water hygiene issues and save embarrassment.
Q. What keeps the swimpants from swelling up and falling apart in water like regular nappies sometimes do?
Unlike regular nappies and training pants, Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants are made with a unique absorbent material that protects without swelling in water like nappies and training pants sometimes do.
Q. Are Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants safe for use in swimming pools? In other words, if the lining tears will gel get into the pool’s cleaning system?
Huggies Little Swimmers swimpants are safe in swimming pools. The Swimpants won’t fall apart in water, like nappies sometimes do. They contain no superabsorbent material, which can clog pool-cleaning systems.
Q. Are Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants biodegradable?
No more or less so than disposable nappies. In modern landfills, most materials, including food and yard waste, degrade very slowly, if at all, due to the absence of air, moisture and sunlight. Disposable nappies make up less than 2 percent of landfills, compared to 40 percent for paper (e.g. old newspapers, office waste).
Q. Where should I look in retail stores for Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants?
Huggies Little Swimmers Swimpants can be found in the nappy aisle wherever you buy nappies or training pants.
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