The Real-Life Difference Between Huggies Little Snugglers and Little Snugglers Plus

by | Apr 20, 2020 | Informational




Huggies is a well-known name when it comes to diapers, but that doesn’t mean all its diapers are the same. Reality can often be very different than what charts and figures claim. Here is my experience with two of Huggies’ most popular diapers, Little Snugglers and Little Snugglers + Plus.

This is what Huggies claims about its products:

As you can see, both types of Little Snugglers should be more-or-less the same, with Little Snugglers + Plus actually having a couple more features than just Little Snugglers. One would think Little Snugglers + Plus was the better brand. The truth is the opposite.

Alternating between the two on the same size and weight baby, I found that Little Snugglers never soaked through, though poop would sometimes leak out the sides or up the back depending on how well it fit the baby. I took to reaching in on each side with one finger and pulling out the liner a bit to make it stretch around the buttocks better, which seemed to help with this.

However, Little Snugglers + Plus was from the start much thinner and seemed to run smaller as well, though the size and weight it claimed to support was the same. Furthermore, it soaked through constantly and quickly. The baby’s diaper constantly felt wet with even a little bit of pee, and at least once a day the diaper soaked through itself, the baby’s clothes, and my shirt and bra if I was holding the baby at the time. I never had this issue with Little Snugglers but had it with every single diaper and package of Little Snugglers + Plus.

So in conclusion, I strongly recommend Little Snugglers over Little Snugglers + Plus. My experience shows the former to be thicker, to fit better, and to not leak nearly as much. All around, a more comfortable baby and a happier mama.





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The Real-Life Difference Between Huggies Little Snugglers and Little Snugglers Plus

by | Apr 20, 2020 | Informational




Huggies is a well-known name when it comes to diapers, but that doesn’t mean all its diapers are the same. Reality can often be very different than what charts and figures claim. Here is my experience with two of Huggies’ most popular diapers, Little Snugglers and Little Snugglers + Plus.

This is what Huggies claims about its products:

As you can see, both types of Little Snugglers should be more-or-less the same, with Little Snugglers + Plus actually having a couple more features than just Little Snugglers. One would think Little Snugglers + Plus was the better brand. The truth is the opposite.

Alternating between the two on the same size and weight baby, I found that Little Snugglers never soaked through, though poop would sometimes leak out the sides or up the back depending on how well it fit the baby. I took to reaching in on each side with one finger and pulling out the liner a bit to make it stretch around the buttocks better, which seemed to help with this.

However, Little Snugglers + Plus was from the start much thinner and seemed to run smaller as well, though the size and weight it claimed to support was the same. Furthermore, it soaked through constantly and quickly. The baby’s diaper constantly felt wet with even a little bit of pee, and at least once a day the diaper soaked through itself, the baby’s clothes, and my shirt and bra if I was holding the baby at the time. I never had this issue with Little Snugglers but had it with every single diaper and package of Little Snugglers + Plus.

So in conclusion, I strongly recommend Little Snugglers over Little Snugglers + Plus. My experience shows the former to be thicker, to fit better, and to not leak nearly as much. All around, a more comfortable baby and a happier mama.





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