Baby Love Cosifit Nappies: The Great Australian Nappy Review 2017

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Baby Love Cosifit Nappies: Best Value for Money Nappy

Disclosure: We were provided with the Baby Love Cosifit Nappies to trial in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are our own. Each nappy brand has been trialled for four days to treat each brand consistently.

About Babylove Cosifit Nappies:

Sizes Available: Newborn (up to 5kg), Infant (3-8kg), Crawler (6-11kg), Toddler (9-14kg), Walker (12-17kg), and Junior (15kg+)

Design: Purple border with green tabs and pattern of blue cartoon babies

Cost (Woolworths): 75 pack = $27.00 (.36/nappy); 36 pack= $16 (.44/nappy)

Cost Per Nappy: between .36 and .44 per nappy

Material: Information Available on their Website

Where to Buy: Woolworths, Coles, Baby Bunting, Pharmacies, Select Retailers

Buy a Sample: https://babylovenappies.com.au/nappy-samples/

Features: Cosifit technology (advanced red mark and leakage protection), Drive technology (for instant absorption), Wetness indicator on newborn and infant sizes, Sizing Indicators, Ultra Soft Material, Stretchy waistband, Tailored Core Shape on newborn and infant sizes, size indicator on nappy (numbers 1, 2, 3).

Other Products: Cosifit Nappies, Nappy-Pants, Sleepy Nights, Baby Wipes

Website and Social Media: Website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter 

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Review of the Baby Love Cosifit Nappies:

Note: For each of the nappies in this review, both Amanda and Fi trialled them with their sons (for their profiles and an idea of how the nappies sat with each child, read Amanda’s Profile HERE and Fi’s Profile HERE). We used the Baby Love Cosifit Toddler (9-14kg) nappies for this review.

How does it fit?

The Baby Love Cosifit Nappy fits snuggly on Starfish. The tab at the top of the nappy is flexible but firm, fitting around Starfish’s torso and stopping leakages up the back. The legs are also elasticised to make room for his chubby legs, making it comfortable for him as well.

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How long does it last?

We have used Baby Love Cosifit Nappies in the past as well as for this review and have found it lasts for us overnight as well as for long stretches during the day.

Is it good during the daytime and overnight?

For us we’re able to use the Baby Love Cosifit Nappies for both. As Starfish isn’t a heavy wetter/soiler (usually), these nappies last us a long time and we use them for both day and night-time.

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What is the value like? Is it worth the cost?

The Baby love nappies are actually the cheapest in the whole review. This on top of all their great qualities make them one of the best nappies in the whole review. As I mentioned, we have used Baby Love in the past as they are a great quality nappy and affordable for new mums as well.

Is it easy to put on and take off?

Most of the time, yes. Occasionally the tabs can be a bit annoying to take off as they can stick to the fabric on the front of the nappy too much (is that a thing??). Overall though they are fine to put on and take off.

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Are they easy to dispose of?

Yes the Baby Love Cosifit Nappies are great because they are very firm in their shape and so can easily hold their contents while you are trying to get the disposable bag (and baby) all sorted!

Summary of the Baby Love Cosifit Nappies:

I love that the Cosifit Nappies are extremely soft, making them very comfortable for babies. They are by far the best value for money out of all the nappies in the review, and are a high quality so you won’t have to worry about poo explosions or extra washing. Baby Love is a reliable brand with good-quality products and I’d highly recommend them to any new mums wanting an affordable and amazing product for their baby.

Check out my other nappy reviews from the buttons below, or view Amanda’s BabyLove Cosifit Nappy review HERE.

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About Fi Morrison

Fi is a mum to her beautiful, 1-year-old baby boy who she affectionately calls Starfish. She started Mumma Morrison as a way to document her life with her son, but also aims to create a supportive and encouraging community for new and prospective mums. She is returning to part-time teaching in July. Fi and her family live in Sydney.

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