About the product
- 360º Stretchy Waistband—for an underwear-like fit that’s easy for your toddler to pull up and down
- Pampers exclusive Extra Absorb Channels—provide outstanding protection against leaks, day or night
- Dual LeakGuard Barriers—help stop leaks where they happen most
- Super soft, like cotton underwear
- Easy-tear sides—designed to help make removal easy
From the manufacturer
Features and Benefits
360° Stretchy Waistband
360º stretchy waistband—for an underwear-like fit that’s easy for your toddler to pull up and down.
Extra Absorb Channels
Pampers exclusive Extra Absorb Channels provide outstanding protection against leaks, day or night.
Dual LeakGuard Barriers
Dual LeakGuard Barriers help stop leaks where they happen most.
When should I start potty training my toddler?
Most children will potty train between the ages of 2 and 3. However, every child is different, so experts encourage you to look for signs that your child is ready. If your child starts to tell you that he needs to go to the bathroom or if he begins to show interest in the bathroom, he might be ready to start the potty training process! Remember, potty training takes time—three months on average—so stick with it. Being consistent is key.
What is the difference between diapers and training underwear?
Training underwear is specially designed to make potty training easier for you and your toddler. Learning to dress is an important step for toddlers in the potty training process. That’s why Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear has a 360º stretchy waistband, which provides an underwear-like fit that’s easy for a toddler to pull up and down. Easy Ups look and feel more like real underwear*, so your toddler will feel like a big boy! Easy Ups are also designed with the Pampers Leak Protection you expect, so they can be worn both day and night for a more consistent training process. Pampers Easy Ups feature Extra Absorb Channels to help distribute the fluid evenly—locking it away from skin—and Dual LeakGuard Barriers to help stop leaks where they happen most.
What should I be doing at nighttime while potty training?
Whether it is a bedtime routine or a feeding schedule, children do best when there is consistency and predictability. Experts say the same is true for potty training! Therefore, keeping your child in a training pant overnight instead of going back to a diaper provides more consistency and can help with the potty training process. Pampers Easy Ups are designed with up to 12 hours of leak protection, even overnight. There is no need for a separate nighttime product with Pampers Easy Ups. Keep in mind that even after a child is fully potty trained during the day, it is not uncommon for them to have occasional accidents overnight. Continue using a training pant during these times and speak to your pediatrician if overnight accidents occur long-term.
How does training underwear absorb all that moisture?
Pampers Easy Ups have an absorbent core that offers up to 12 hours of leak protection, even overnight. Our training underwear features Pampers Extra Absorb Channels, which distribute wetness evenly and help lock it away from your toddler’s skin. Inside these channels, our super-absorbent gel material absorbs and retains up to 30 times its weight in liquid, locking it away to help prevent wetness from coming back to the surface of the training underwear and help keep your child dry.
What size training underwear is right for my toddler?
Just like you, toddlers like to wear things that fit just right. Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear comes in easy toddler sizing that matches the size of your child’s clothes. Choose a size that does not sag or gap, even as your toddler walks and plays to help prevent leaks.
Is there a difference between the boy and girl training underwear?
Pampers Easy Ups offer unique boy and girl underwear-like graphic designs to help with potty training. In addition, the leak protection was designed to meet the absorbency and protection needs of both boys and girls—day and night.
Pampers Easy Ups are the easiest way to underwear! Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear have a 360° stretchy waistband that moves with your toddler, giving her a fit that’s just like real underwear. The elastic waistband helps her to pull up her Easy Ups with ease, like a big girl. They also tear easily at the side seams for easy removal, just in case! Easy Ups are super soft, like cotton underwear, to keep her comfortable, while the Dual LeakGuard Barriers will keep her confident—helping prevent the leaks that can happen when she moves. Plus, Pampers Easy Ups are the only training pants with Extra Absorb Channels to give her the outstanding Pampers Leak Protection she needs during the day AND night. A collection of Hello Kitty designs will help make potty training fun! Pampers Easy Ups: She’ll think it’s underwear. You’ll know it’s Pampers.
Size: 3T-4T (Size 5) | Unit Count: 148
Caution: Keep away from any source of flame. Pampers Pants, like almost any article of clothing, will burn if exposed to flame. To avoid risk of choking on plastic, padding, or other materials, do not allow your child to tear the pant, or handle any loose pieces of the pant. Discard any torn or unsealed pant, or any loose pieces of the pant. To avoid suffocation, keep all plastic bags away from babies and children. If you notice gel-like material on your baby’s skin, don’t be alarmed. This comes from the pant padding and can be easily removed by wiping your baby’s skin with a soft dry cloth.
INGREDIENTS: PETROLATUM, STEARYL ALCOHOL, ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF EXTRACT.
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