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Sometimes, love comes early – Pampers is offering a touch of love for those who do

Monday, November 14th, 2016

Kangaroo care Skin-to-Skin-223x300Today we welcome guest blogger Amy Tally, Senior Scientist, Pampers Hospital Diaper Development, P&G.

At Pampers, we believe every touch of love matters to the health and development of babies, especially the most vulnerable ones. That is why we’ve joined forces with the March of Dimes under the Pampers Touches of Love campaign this fall to celebrate all babies, especially those in the NICU, and those who care for them.

As part of this campaign, through World Prematurity Day on November 17, we’re asking everyone to show us all the ways that you give babies touches of love (from a hand hold or kiss on the forehead to wrapping your baby in a blanket chosen especially for her or him). For every #touchesoflove moment shared with @Pampers on Twitter & Facebook and @PampersUS on Instagram, we’ll make a $1 donation to the March of Dimes.*

One of the main reasons for our Touches of Love campaign was to underscore the importance of another major development from Pampers. We’ve worked closely with hospitals, pediatricians and nurses for 40 years, and as my colleagues and I met with hundreds of nurses over the past three years, they shared that current preemie diapers do not properly fit the smallest premature babies, and they were having to cut or fold the diaper or improvise ways to make it fit.

This is why we recently introduced our smallest diaper yet – the new Pampers Preemie Swaddlers Size P-3 diaper– because of all the challenges faced by babies who are born prematurely, a properly fitting diaper shouldn’t be one of them. Designed in partnership with NICU nurses, this diaper caters to the unique needs of babies weighing as little as one pound (500 grams) – to offer them a small touch of love. From the narrow core which offers Pampers excellent protection and allows their legs to lay comfortably and be optimally positioned, to the Absorb Away Liner™ that pulls away wetness and loose stools, a common side effect of antibiotics that premature babies are given, the new size P-3 diaper was created with the care and comfort of these tiny, premature babies at the forefront every step of the way. These size P-3 diapers are currently available in select hospitals in the United States, and will be available to hospitals across the U.S. and Canada before the end of 2016.

Being part of the development team, I can tell you that the creation of the new Pampers Preemie Swaddlers P-3 diapers was truly a labor of love. We wanted to make sure that our new diaper wrapped the tiniest babies in a gentle, loving touch because we understand that for premature babies, touch is not only a sign of love, but also a catalyst for survival and growth.

*Up to a maximum of $5,000. In addition, Pampers has made a donation of $100,000 in support of the Touches of Love campaign.

The March of Dimes does not endorse specific brands or products.

 

Love Comes Early

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Today, Pampers is launching a new heart-warming 8-epidose web series that follows the Smolincki family: parents Lauren and Aaron, their toddler son, Logan and their newest addition, daughter Addyson, who was born fifteen weeks premature.  The series will follow them as they navigate life in the NICU and struggle with the emotional ups and downs associated with the health and development of their preemie daughter.  At the end of the series, Addyson is brought home in wonderful health to her family.  There will be new episodes every Tuesday and Thursday on the Pampers websites and the official Pampers You Tube channel.     Check it out.   I love how much Logan loves his little sister.