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Sunday, November 07, 2004

 
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Saturday, April 19, 2003

 
BUNDIES ® Premium Disposable Baby Nappies now Introduces PANDA-KIDS Premium Baby Diapers with BUNDIES ® Disposable Baby Diapers: USA
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We are Mondial International Corp., manufacturer of BUNDIES ® & Panda-Kids ® Brand Disposable Baby Diapers. Based in Miami, Florida, U.S.A., we are a leading U.S. exporter of disposable products. Our Diaper products include Adult incontinence products as well as Baby diapers, Bathroom Tissue (Toilet Paper) and wipes. We manufacture a line of high quality price conscious product for the world market.

BUNDIES ® Brand Disposable Baby Diapers are a full feature line of diapers that target a diverse market; from our discount, first quality line to our top quality, Bundies ® full feature, high end diapers, featuring Aloe & Vitamin E. BUNDIES ® Diapers are manufactured using the most technological advanced equipment to date. Our production facility is ISO 9001 Quality Certified.

We use the highest quality raw materials available to construct a Panda-Kids Diaper. Mom's just love our diapers! We offer a high quality diaper to a price conscious segment of the marketplace. Time and time again Mothers who CAN afford the pricier products purchase BUNDIES ® Diapers!

BUNDIES ® Brand Disposable Baby Diapers are a high quality alternative diaper for the worldwide market. All our bags are marked "Made in the U.S.A." We have diaper seconds and select seconds available, from 5-8 cents. We pack bulk diapers in our Branded bags and/or clear bags. And we can do private label, contract manufacturing.

We look forward to hearing from you, we invite you to visit us and we hope you will contact us soon:
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Causes & types of Diaper Rash
Diaper rash is most commonly caused by the constant wetting and drying of the skin along with repetitive exposure to a variety of irritating substances.

(reprinted from baby magazine)


The most common irritants are urine, stool, bacteria from urine and stool, ammonia - which is formed by the baby?s stool breaking down the chemicals in urine, detergents, perfumes, plastics and dyes from single use disposable diapers, pre-moistened baby wipes, soaps and reactions to creams. The term ?diaper rash? describes several different kinds of skin conditions in the diaper area. Below is a list of the different types of diaper rash and what they usually look like.

Chafing dermatitis (diaper chafing): This is the most common form of diaper rash, which can make the genital area and folds of the thighs & buttocks appear red and puffy. Diaper chafing or the baby being in a wet and dirty diaper for too much time causes this type of rash. This type of rash generally comes and goes, causing little discomfort as long as it?s not complicated by a secondary infection. Some Diaper manufacturers are adding powders and Aloe with Vitamin E to their process. This can help to lessen the irritations if diapers are not changed as frequent as we recommend.
Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema): This type of rash shows up as red scaly patches on the legs and in the groin area. This rash may turn up in other parts of the body first while spreading to the diaper area between 6 and 12 months of age. Most doctors believe that eczema is caused by food allergies, cow?s milk in particular. Even breast fed babies can react to food their mother?s have eaten, such as, dairy, wheat, citrus, eggs, and peanuts.
Candidal dermatitis (yeast infection): This type of rash is usually tender and painful, appearing in the folds of the baby?s genitals, legs and the creases between the abdomen and thighs. This rash will start as small red spots that become more numerous and then form together as a raised bright red rash with distinct edges. The most common cause of this type of rash is a baby that is taking or has been taking antibiotics.
Perianal dermatitis: This type of rash appears as a bright to dark redness around the anus. The stools of bottle fed babies being more alkaline than normal usually cause it. This rash will usually not appear with breast fed babies until after solids are introduced.
Seborrheic dermatitis (cradle cap): This rash will appear as a deep red rash that is rough, raised and often has yellowish scales. This type of rash usually starts on the scalp as cradle cap, although it can sometimes begin in the diaper region and then its spreads upward. This rash is usually caused by overactive oil glands in the skin.
Impetigo: This type of rash can appear as yellow-brown crusty patches or pus filled pimples or blisters, which is usually accompanied by a lot of surrounding redness. This rash can cover the buttocks, lower abdomen, anus, umbilical cord, and thighs and then spread to other parts of the body. Impetigo is caused by bacteria (streptococci or staphylococci). If you think your baby?s rash is a bacterial infection, be sure and notify your doctor immediately. Your doctor will most likely prescribe a topical or oral antibiotic.
Tidemark dermatitis: This rash is an irritation that occurs from the edges or bindings of a diaper rubbing against the skin.
Intertrigo: This rash will appear as a reddened area, which occurs as a result of skin rubbing on skin. It is usually found in the folds between the thighs and abdomen and sometimes in the armpits.
Treatments for Diaper Rash
The best treatment for diaper rash is prevention. The best prevention is keeping your baby?s diaper area clean and dry. Even with all the prevention in the world, your baby may still get diaper rash. Don?t feel to blame, because it?s very common. The following preventative measures will help you treat a current case of rash and also help you prevent reoccurrences.

Frequent diaper changes: Change your baby?s diaper as soon as he or she has wet or had a bowel movement. Wash your baby?s bottom with warm water using wash clothes or cotton balls instead of ?baby wipes?.
Barrier or blocking ointments: Using an ointment such as Desitin, A&D, Eucerin, zinc oxide or Nivea on your baby?s bottom can put a protective barrier between urine, stool and your baby?s skin. Most doctors recommend avoiding the use of talcum powder, which can cause lung problems and cornstarch, which can cause yeast to form.
Fresh Air: Give your baby?s bottom more time in the open air without diapers on. When you?re at home, place your baby on a few cloth diapers or blankets over a waterproof pad. The more fresh air that your baby?s bottom is exposed to the faster the rash will heal.
Different type of diapers: If your baby is having a recurring problem with diaper rash try switching the type of diapers you are using. If you are using disposable diapers, try switching to cloth. Some of the dyes and perfumes in disposables may be the cause of your baby?s rash. If you?re using cloth diapers, try putting the diapers through a second wash cycle in clear water without detergents.
Avoid soaps and other irritants: Limit the use of soap on your baby?s bottom. Washing with soap 2 or 3 times a week is enough. Even if you?re using a mild soap for sensitive skin, your baby might be having a reaction to it. When your baby has had a bowel movement use plain warm water and wash clothes or cotton balls to clean his or her bottom. Baby wipes can cause more irritation to an existing rash and some wipes contain alcohol, which is very drying to your baby?s skin.
Prevention of diaper rash
Prevention is the key to keeping diaper rash from occurring. Below are some ways of preventing diaper rash.

Fresh air: Give your baby?s bottom fresh air without diapers on as often as possible. With your baby?s skin being kept dry and clean you may never have to worry about diaper rash.
Cleanliness: Change your baby?s diapers as soon as they become wet or soiled. With your baby consistently having dry clean diapers on, the probability of diaper rash decreases substantially.
Cloth diapers: Studies have shown that the use of single use disposable diapers increases the likelihood of diaper rash. Consider using cloth diapers while you?re at home and use disposables when you are on the go and away from home.
Use mild detergents: Use a very mild detergent, such as Dreft when washing cloth diapers and wash clothes that are used to clean your baby?s bottom.
Introduce new foods carefully: When introducing new foods to your baby, stay on one particular food for at least 3 to 5 days. If your baby is allergic to a particular food, it will show up within this time frame.



Links to Diaper Information:

disposables

disposable baby diapers

Carlos Richer's Diaper page


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[4/19/2003 3:53:50 PM | Wayne GGee]
Disposable Diaper FAQ Points to Consider:

Picking a first quality disposable diaper seems to be a high-stakes choice. If you have a newborn, you can look forward to two or three years' worth of diaper changes - that's up to 10,000 diapers when all is said and done (don't even bother counting if you have twins). Because they're vastly more convenient (imagine having to launder a cloth diaper three times a day), almost 95 percent of parents now use disposable diapers rather than the old-fashioned cloth variety.

Although experts generally prefer a cloth-like cover, some Epinions posters like plastic covers because it keeps their baby's clothing dry and prevents odors from escaping the diaper. Diaper rash and its care is also a very important factor to consider. Check out the latest Diaper lines that add Aloe/Vit E or powders to their lineup.

Important Features
The following is what experts say to look for when choosing a disposable diaper:


? Avoid diapers with a tape fastener that tears the diaper when you undo it. Many diapers now have Velcro-like fasteners, which works well for adjusting them after they've been put on. Of the major diaper manufacturers brands like Luvs, Bundies and Pampers Baby Dry diapers use a tape fastener. Some brands of baby diapers like KIDDOS use tape and offer a line with Velcro fasteners.


? Cloth-like material allows more airflow to the baby's skin, and lowers the likelihood of rashes. All but one of the diapers in ConsumerSearch Fast Answers uses a cloth-like material; Pampers Baby Dry diapers have a thin plastic covering (which some parents say cuts down on odor).


? Look for elastic around the legs to prevent leaks. Stretchable sides can also help to fit the diaper on babies of various sizes.

Disposable Diaper Features:
* Absorbent core
* Adjustable tape fasteners
* Aloe liners
* Antibacterial properties in liners
* Breathable covers with microvents
* Colorful cartoon characters
* Contour fit
* Custom "fold-n-tuck"
* Elastic waistbands contain leakage
* Notch for umbilical cord protection
* Soft stretch
* Taller leg guards or wide elastic leg bands
* Trim fit or ultra-thin for less bulk
* Unisex or specific padding designed for boys or girls
* Various absorbency depending upon use, e.g., nighttime

Prices can range from $.12 to $.32 each depending upon features, brand name vs. store brand, and type of store you shop. Special sales, quantity packs, and coupons and grocery store "club" cards can make a big difference in total savings. You might be able to locate a diaper wholesaler in your area and purchase by the case.


Buy the least expensive brand that performs for you and the baby.



Disposable diapers come in many sizes. Use the correct size for your baby. Consider weight and body and leg thickness for better comfort and better leak protection. There is also an adjustable one-size-fits-all diaper. Different brands and special features will vary the sizes and weights.


Disposable diapers have a waterproof outer lining and an absorbent middle lining that holds wetness. They come in regular and super-absorbent types. Super-absorbent diapers are thinner and have a core that quickly absorbs and holds moisture. They are better at preventing skin wetness, a primary cause of diaper rash. Protective liners keep moisture away and do not release it back onto the skin. Disposable diapers are convenient, especially for travel.


Many features, such as contoured shape, elastic waistband and elastic legs, promote comfort and fit. You can save money by purchasing diapers with only the features needed to keep your baby dry and clean.


Links to Diaper Information:



BUNDIES disposable baby diapers

Carlos Richer's Diaper page

Huggies



 
Causes & types of Diaper Rash
Diaper rash is most commonly caused by the constant wetting and drying of the skin along with repetitive exposure to a variety of irritating substances.

(reprinted from baby magazine)


The most common irritants are urine, stool, bacteria from urine and stool, ammonia - which is formed by the baby’s stool breaking down the chemicals in urine, detergents, perfumes, plastics and dyes from single use disposable diapers, pre-moistened baby wipes, soaps and reactions to creams. The term “diaper rash” describes several different kinds of skin conditions in the diaper area. Below is a list of the different types of diaper rash and what they usually look like.

Chafing dermatitis (diaper chafing): This is the most common form of diaper rash, which can make the genital area and folds of the thighs & buttocks appear red and puffy. Diaper chafing or the baby being in a wet and dirty diaper for too much time causes this type of rash. This type of rash generally comes and goes, causing little discomfort as long as it’s not complicated by a secondary infection. Some Diaper manufacturers are adding powders and Aloe with Vitamin E to their process. This can help to lessen the irritations if diapers are not changed as frequent as we recommend.
Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema): This type of rash shows up as red scaly patches on the legs and in the groin area. This rash may turn up in other parts of the body first while spreading to the diaper area between 6 and 12 months of age. Most doctors believe that eczema is caused by food allergies, cow’s milk in particular. Even breast fed babies can react to food their mother’s have eaten, such as, dairy, wheat, citrus, eggs, and peanuts.
Candidal dermatitis (yeast infection): This type of rash is usually tender and painful, appearing in the folds of the baby’s genitals, legs and the creases between the abdomen and thighs. This rash will start as small red spots that become more numerous and then form together as a raised bright red rash with distinct edges. The most common cause of this type of rash is a baby that is taking or has been taking antibiotics.
Perianal dermatitis: This type of rash appears as a bright to dark redness around the anus. The stools of bottle fed babies being more alkaline than normal usually cause it. This rash will usually not appear with breast fed babies until after solids are introduced.
Seborrheic dermatitis (cradle cap): This rash will appear as a deep red rash that is rough, raised and often has yellowish scales. This type of rash usually starts on the scalp as cradle cap, although it can sometimes begin in the diaper region and then its spreads upward. This rash is usually caused by overactive oil glands in the skin.
Impetigo: This type of rash can appear as yellow-brown crusty patches or pus filled pimples or blisters, which is usually accompanied by a lot of surrounding redness. This rash can cover the buttocks, lower abdomen, anus, umbilical cord, and thighs and then spread to other parts of the body. Impetigo is caused by bacteria (streptococci or staphylococci). If you think your baby’s rash is a bacterial infection, be sure and notify your doctor immediately. Your doctor will most likely prescribe a topical or oral antibiotic.
Tidemark dermatitis: This rash is an irritation that occurs from the edges or bindings of a diaper rubbing against the skin.
Intertrigo: This rash will appear as a reddened area, which occurs as a result of skin rubbing on skin. It is usually found in the folds between the thighs and abdomen and sometimes in the armpits.
Treatments for Diaper Rash
The best treatment for diaper rash is prevention. The best prevention is keeping your baby’s diaper area clean and dry. Even with all the prevention in the world, your baby may still get diaper rash. Don’t feel to blame, because it’s very common. The following preventative measures will help you treat a current case of rash and also help you prevent reoccurrences.

Frequent diaper changes: Change your baby’s diaper as soon as he or she has wet or had a bowel movement. Wash your baby’s bottom with warm water using wash clothes or cotton balls instead of “baby wipes”.
Barrier or blocking ointments: Using an ointment such as Desitin, A&D, Eucerin, zinc oxide or Nivea on your baby’s bottom can put a protective barrier between urine, stool and your baby’s skin. Most doctors recommend avoiding the use of talcum powder, which can cause lung problems and cornstarch, which can cause yeast to form.
Fresh Air: Give your baby’s bottom more time in the open air without diapers on. When you’re at home, place your baby on a few cloth diapers or blankets over a waterproof pad. The more fresh air that your baby’s bottom is exposed to the faster the rash will heal.
Different type of diapers: If your baby is having a recurring problem with diaper rash try switching the type of diapers you are using. If you are using disposable diapers, try switching to cloth. Some of the dyes and perfumes in disposables may be the cause of your baby’s rash. If you’re using cloth diapers, try putting the diapers through a second wash cycle in clear water without detergents.
Avoid soaps and other irritants: Limit the use of soap on your baby’s bottom. Washing with soap 2 or 3 times a week is enough. Even if you’re using a mild soap for sensitive skin, your baby might be having a reaction to it. When your baby has had a bowel movement use plain warm water and wash clothes or cotton balls to clean his or her bottom. Baby wipes can cause more irritation to an existing rash and some wipes contain alcohol, which is very drying to your baby’s skin.
Prevention of diaper rash
Prevention is the key to keeping diaper rash from occurring. Below are some ways of preventing diaper rash.

Fresh air: Give your baby’s bottom fresh air without diapers on as often as possible. With your baby’s skin being kept dry and clean you may never have to worry about diaper rash.
Cleanliness: Change your baby’s diapers as soon as they become wet or soiled. With your baby consistently having dry clean diapers on, the probability of diaper rash decreases substantially.
Cloth diapers: Studies have shown that the use of single use disposable diapers increases the likelihood of diaper rash. Consider using cloth diapers while you’re at home and use disposables when you are on the go and away from home.
Use mild detergents: Use a very mild detergent, such as Dreft when washing cloth diapers and wash clothes that are used to clean your baby’s bottom.
Introduce new foods carefully: When introducing new foods to your baby, stay on one particular food for at least 3 to 5 days. If your baby is allergic to a particular food, it will show up within this time frame.



Links to Diaper Information:

BUNDIES disposable baby diapers

Carlos Richer's Diaper page




 
Disposable Diaper FAQ Points to Consider:

Picking a first quality disposable diaper seems to be a high-stakes choice. If you have a newborn, you can look forward to two or three years' worth of diaper changes - that's up to 10,000 diapers when all is said and done (don't even bother counting if you have twins). Because they're vastly more convenient (imagine having to launder a cloth diaper three times a day), almost 95 percent of parents now use disposable diapers rather than the old-fashioned cloth variety.

Although experts generally prefer a cloth-like cover, some Epinions posters like plastic covers because it keeps their baby's clothing dry and prevents odors from escaping the diaper. Diaper rash and its care is also a very important factor to consider. Check out the latest Diaper lines that add Aloe/Vit E or powders to their lineup.

Important Features
The following is what experts say to look for when choosing a disposable diaper:


• Avoid diapers with a tape fastener that tears the diaper when you undo it. Many diapers now have Velcro-like fasteners, which works well for adjusting them after they've been put on. Of the major diaper manufacturers brands like Luvs, Bundies and Pampers Baby Dry diapers use a tape fastener. Some brands of baby diapers like BUNDIES use tape and offer a line with Velcro fasteners.


• Cloth-like material allows more airflow to the baby's skin, and lowers the likelihood of rashes. All but one of the diapers in ConsumerSearch Fast Answers uses a cloth-like material; Pampers Baby Dry diapers have a thin plastic covering (which some parents say cuts down on odor).


• Look for elastic around the legs to prevent leaks. Stretchable sides can also help to fit the diaper on babies of various sizes.

Disposable Diaper Features:
* Absorbent core
* Adjustable tape fasteners
* Aloe liners
* Antibacterial properties in liners
* Breathable covers with microvents
* Colorful cartoon characters
* Contour fit
* Custom "fold-n-tuck"
* Elastic waistbands contain leakage
* Notch for umbilical cord protection
* Soft stretch
* Taller leg guards or wide elastic leg bands
* Trim fit or ultra-thin for less bulk
* Unisex or specific padding designed for boys or girls
* Various absorbency depending upon use, e.g., nighttime

Prices can range from $.12 to $.32 each depending upon features, brand name vs. store brand, and type of store you shop. Special sales, quantity packs, and coupons and grocery store "club" cards can make a big difference in total savings. You might be able to locate a diaper wholesaler in your area and purchase by the case.


Buy the least expensive brand that performs for you and the baby.



Disposable diapers come in many sizes. Use the correct size for your baby. Consider weight and body and leg thickness for better comfort and better leak protection. There is also an adjustable one-size-fits-all diaper. Different brands and special features will vary the sizes and weights.


Disposable diapers have a waterproof outer lining and an absorbent middle lining that holds wetness. They come in regular and super-absorbent types. Super-absorbent diapers are thinner and have a core that quickly absorbs and holds moisture. They are better at preventing skin wetness, a primary cause of diaper rash. Protective liners keep moisture away and do not release it back onto the skin. Disposable diapers are convenient, especially for travel.


Many features, such as contoured shape, elastic waistband and elastic legs, promote comfort and fit. You can save money by purchasing diapers with only the features needed to keep your baby dry and clean.


Links to Diaper Information:



BUNDIES disposable baby diapers

Carlos Richer's Diaper page

Huggies






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