ASDA and leading nappy maker Pampers, have teamed up to offer all premature babies free nappies.
The nappies will be available from all of Asda’s 254 in-store pharmacies across the UK.
Free nappies for pre-term babies have previously only been available from hospitals or healthcare providers.
Around 1 in every 13 babies are born premature in the UK. This is a total of 60,000 babies each year who need smaller sized nappies to protect their delicate skin.
Pampers Preemie Protection Nappies are the smallest nappy Pampers make and come in three sizes. The smallest is three times smaller than a regular newborn nappy.
The nappies come in three sizes and fit babies weighing less than 1.1lbs up to babies weighing 4lbs. They can then move into standard newborn sized nappies.
Nappies for premature babies are specially designed for the most delicate skin with a customisable fit that can accommodate medical leads and lines, helping minimise disruption during nappy changing.
Where to get free nappies and vouchers
The cost of nappies is something all parents have to manage. Here’s where you can get some free nappies, vouchers and other baby goods.
Bounty – This website offers free baby packs that contain baby goods and vouchers. You’ll have to download the app to find out how to claim them. If you sign up you’ll receive offers and vouchers by post and email..
Emma’s Diary – Signing up to this baby club allows you to collect baby packs from Boots and Argos that contain samples and vouchers for a variety of baby products. Join their mailing list and download the app to get offers through the post and by email.
Latest Free Stuff – Searching for nappies on Latest Free Stuff is a good way to take advantage of their offers available. You may have to sign up to mailing list or complete a survey from their affiliates in return.
Beaming Baby – Beaming baby has plenty of daily offers and you can claim free packs of nappies when you sign up to their mailing list though you have to pay the shipping fee (£0.99) to claim them. If you’re a fan of bio-degradable baby goods be sure to check out their website regularly.
Pura – Another eco-friendly brand that will send you free samples of nappies. Simply create an account to claim your free offer. Like Beaming Baby you’ll have to pay a shipping fee of (£3.95) to get your free pack of nappies. Sign up to their mailing list for vouchers and offers.
Faisal Tuddy, Asda’s Superintendent Pharmacist said: “We hope that by offering these nappies for free to new parents from our 254 Asda Pharmacies, those early weeks with a premature baby are made slightly easier.”
Asda pharmacy’s are open from 8am until 8pm from Monday to Saturday and between 8am and 6pm on Sundays. Parents can find their nearest pharmacy by using the store locator on the Asda website.
Nicole Hallak, Brand Director of Pampers, said: “Pampers is committed to the happy, healthy development of every baby and this partnership allows all UK parents to access quality nappies with our trusted Pampers promise for their precious little ones.”
Pampers works with Bliss who support parents with resources to help them look after their premature or sick babies and give them the best start in life.
For more information and advice you can go to www.bliss.org.uk or call their careline on 020 7378 1122.
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