MY FIRST EVER VIDEO with Pampers Don't fear the mess!

If you are a parent then you know how stressful changing time can sometimes be. The feeling of dread when you open up that nappy as you have heard the grunting and seen the face so you know full well what your about to have to deal with. It's hard enough trying to keep your little ones still whilst you change their nappies without having to worry about the other things that come with it such as nappy rash or not getting them totally clean. This is where Pampers come in. They have started a new campaign call 'Don't fear the mess' with the #Pamperpooface tag being posted all over the place (look it up...the results had me in stitches!!) prompting parents not to fear that poo face and the mess that will follow but to embrace it and to make sure you have all the right tools at hand to tackle the mess.

Pampers asked me to conduct an experiment to look at the PH levels in their Pampers Sensitive wipes in comparison to water and cotton wool (which is usually promoted as the most gentle thing to use on baby's bottoms).  Now, I don't know about you but have you ever tried cleaning a newborns bum with cotton wool and water?? It is really not easy and I won't go into details but when we tried it was not pretty. Pampers Sensitive wipes are clinically proven mild and help to restore the natural PH levels of the skin to protect the sensitive, delicate skin of your little bubbas. We put this to the test with the help of a little Pampers duck and the results were very interesting...

So, this Pamper experiment gave me the perfect opportunity to create my first ever video!!! I was super nervous but luckily Bubba was really well behaved and I am really happy with the way it turned out. Please let me know what you think and any hints and tips for any future videos I might do (if I'm brave enough.

Let me know your thoughts on my brand new video and also let me know if you have used the pampers wipes and what you think.

1 comment:

  1. A lovely video and Bubba was so well behaved and vey cute!! Good job! :-) xx