Make Ice Packs Out of Pampers Diapers & Save!

This post has been sponsored by Pampers and iConnect. As always, all opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.

Pampers have always been with us from the very start. From babies bum to moms bum.

Yes, you heard right.

I’m not sure how common this is in other parts of the states, but here in Vancouver, Washington hospitals, they use newborn pampers diapers as ice packs for post partum pain. And believe me, it was the only thing that provided some relief for a 3rd degree tear.

You open the top of the diaper up (it pulls apart easily) and you insert small ice cubes in between the layers, then you fold the top over and secure it with the sticky tabs. Wa-la, as simple as that! It’s absorbent and has a super soft protective layer that’s perfect for not only  brand new baby skin but moms too!

The thing I like about Pampers is you dont get a really strong chemical smell like most other brands and my daughter doesn’t break out in rashes. Perfect for my little ones sensitive skin!

And now you can save $3 off two packages or off one box of any pampers diapers or training pants in this Sunday’s paper.


You’ll also be able to print a $2 off any package of pampers training pants. However, you cannot stack both since they’re both manufacture coupons. You would need to purchase 2 items in order to use both of the coupons for training pants.

All Pampers Diapers and Pants are included in this particular offer, except trial/travel sized diaper packs. Pampers Diapers and Pants include Pampers Swaddlers, Pampers Cruisers, Pampers Baby Dry, Pampers Easy Ups, Pampers Under Jams, and Pampers Splashers.

For more than 50 years, parents have trusted Pampers to care for their babies. Pampers offers a complete range of diapers, wipes and training pants designed to provide protection and comfort for every stage of baby’s development.

For more information on Pampers diapers and pants, visit http://www.pampers.com/en-us http://www.pampers.com or the brand’s social media channels on Facebook: https://facebook.com/pampers, Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pampers and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Pampers.

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