The 5 best disposable diapers for the elderly


A few months ago, Yolanda, a classmate of the stimulation classes I went to with Pequeñita told us that the baby wipes had a product that was toxic, phenoxyethanol or phenoxyethanol. We looked at all the wipes we had for our babies and it turned out that all the brands we had, believe me, they were varied, had that substance.

Investigating I found that the French government had banned this substance in products like baby wipes that are used in the diaper change, in 2012. I attach the translation of the French text, then I tell you the options that I found.

“In a risk assessment of the use of phenoxyethanol in cosmetics, published in May 2012, the National Security Agency for Medicines and Health Products (ANSM) recommends avoiding the use of cosmetic products for babies containing this substance.

Phenoxyethanol is an aromatic ether used as a preservative that is absorbed orally and dermally. It is metabolized mainly in the liver and is mainly eliminated in the urine. The ANSM considers that if the safety margins for exposure to this preservative at a concentration of 1% can be considered acceptable in adults, however, they are not sufficient for children under 3 years of age. Therefore, for those under 3 years old ANSM recommends:
When arriving at the third age there are many affections that arrive with the passing of the years, among them the incontinence. This condition significantly lowers the quality of life of the elderly and limits them in many of their functions. But for them there are the best disposable diapers to improve their life and make it much easier and more bearable. Take a look.
It does not matter if you have a boy or a girl, if you breast or bottle, if your daycare is bathed in chevron or choo-choos, one thing is for sure: you will need diapers. A lot of diapers. And if you, as approximately 95 percent of parents, have opted for the disposable route, you will need some guidance on how to choose the best disposable diapers. While, sure, all disposables are designed to keep moisture and messes contained without irritating the baby, not all diapers perform that task with the same skill. In addition, there is always more to consider, such as cost, impact on the environment and sensitive skin, to name a few.

With the overwhelming number of options available, it can be difficult to reduce it to the best disposable diapers. Here, some things to ponder before reaching the growing number of brands of diapers.

When arriving at the third age there are many affections that arrive with the passing of the years, among them the incontinence. This condition significantly lowers the quality of life of the elderly and limits them in many of their functions. But for them there are the best disposable diapers to improve their life and make it much easier and more bearable. Take a look.
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