Last updated on Dec 28th, 2020 at 11:05 am
The P&G Exploratory Division first introduced the original Pampers design in 1961; this was after researcher Victor Mills believed that better disposable diapers could be made for his newborn grandchild in 1956.
With assistance from fellow researchers, Mills and his team produced a formulation that exceeded expectations. Since then, Pampers has continued to innovate in 98 countries across the globe.
In November, Pampers kicked off South Africa’s biggest mom and baby dance challenge, featuring celebrities like actress Jessica Nkosi and social stars Olwethu Leshabane and dancer Takkies.
These moms and their babies, joined by other parents across the country, are sharing their feel-good moments with their communities.
Loads of prizes to be won
Entrants stand a chance of winning prizes including supplies of Pampers Pants and other complementary products, as well as a baby development course to learn more about babies’ milestones and growth.
How to participate in the #NayiLeWalkPampersPants challenge
To take part in the challenge, all you need to do is:
- Share a video of you and your baby/babies dancing along to your favourite song
- Add cute stickers to your video by searching for the Pampers GIFS
- Remember to tag the brand using #NayiLeWalkPampersPants
- Challenge other moms to take part in the dance off, and look out for more giveaways for fans by following Pampers
Inspired by babies, created by scientists
The Pampers range is one that is inspired by babies, and created by scientists, which means that your baby’s every need is taken care of.
The introduction of three Extra Absorb Channels into the Pampers Pants creates a new standard of comfort and excellence. These channels distribute wetness evenly, while locking wetness away for up to 12 hours of dryness.
These added benefits keep your baby comfortable to adventure and manoeuvre around for hours.
To start your journey now, use the code PampersPantsPrnty on Takealot.
*Terms and Conditions apply. Visit the Pampers social media pages for more information.