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Dry nights make giggly mornings

Help your baby enjoy a dry night's sleep by giving them your love and a nappy that provides up to 12 hours of dryness

Pampers’ best protection and care for newborn delicate skin

Pampers® New Baby Sensitive nappies from the Premium ProtectionTM range come with up to 50% more skincare ingredients* and are clinically tested to be mild on newborn delicate skin. The nappies are also dermatologically accredited by the Skin Health Alliance.
*Compared to PP New Baby nappies

Help us to give millions of babies their first smile

With the help of parents like you, Pampers has been working with UNICEF for nine years to help protect mums and babies from Maternal and Newborn Tetanus in 15 countries around the world.

Gentle cleaning for sensitive skin

Thanks to Pampers´ unique Soft Grip Texture, Pampers Sensitive Wipes offer gentle cleaning for delicate skin, helping your baby enjoy your special moment during changing time.
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My newborn’s umbilical cord seems so fragile, and I’m really worried about hurting it. Have you got any tips?
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Wondering about your
baby’s delicate skin?

Pampers have created a new nappy range:
Pampers New Baby Sensitive
Unbeatable protection and care for
delicate newborn skin. Pampers New
Baby Sensitive , part of the Pampers
Premium Protection™ range, combine
both dryness, with a unique Absorb-
Away Layer™ , and softness, together
with up to 50% more more skin-care
to help protect skin.
* compared to New Baby nappies

Pregnancy Calendar:

week-by-week information
Your body is rapidly undergoing new and exciting changes every day. Our pregnancy calendar walks you through the journey from week 4 to week 40. Its our step-by-step guide to every gurgle, kick, and craving!
week-by-week information

A guide to the first 12 weeks

Just discovered you are having a baby? Congratulations! If you are looking for advice and support, here is our Guide to the first 12 weeks. It was created together with the Royal College of Midwives, to help you navigate becoming a mother.

Find the perfect baby name

A fun and inspirational way of finding just the right
name for him or her. See what names are visited the most.
Find the perfect baby name

Follow your baby's development on your desktop!

What's your baby-to-be up to this week? Download the Pregnancy Widget and start following your baby's development with regular updates and tips.
* Please note that the Pregnancy Widget may not work on work place computer or behind a proxy server.
Follow your baby's development on your desktop!

Create your own Baby Diary

We'll make it easy to record every precious moment in your baby's life as it happens. Add notes and milestones, upload photos, plot your baby's growth, and share your collection of memories with family and friends.
Create your own Baby Diary

Pampers dryness
or your money back

Simply great value Pampers: Simply Dry has an Extra
Dry-Layer for trusted Pampers Dryness you expect at a
price you don't! If you weren’t satisfied with your recent
purchase of Simply Dry, we will offer you a full refund.

Advice for a good nights

Tips from our Pampers expert Wendy Dean

Healthy eating for when you are pregnant

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Eat this, don't eat that -- when you're pregnant, it seems everyone has advice on what you should and should not munch on. Here, simple guidelines from the experts to help you navigate the nutrition maze.
Healthy eating during pregnancy

Healing After Childbirth

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Wondering what happens to your body after you give birth? Learn about afterbirth pains, lochia, episiotomy incisions, and more, so you can feel better faster and enjoy your new baby.
Tips for a faster recovery after childbirth