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DryNites Pyjama pants help children to manage the bedwetting phase by providing unbeatable overnight protection; meaning a better night's sleep for your child and for you too. And because they're discreet and underwear-like, children can feel more confident and independent at bedtime, either at home or on nights away.
Designed to be worn discreetly under nightwear, DryNites Pyjama pants can be put on and taken off just like real underwear. Offering overnight protection, they feature a thin super absorbent pad that draws wetness away from the skin, together with leak guards and a moisture proof outer cover. Stretchable sides ensure a snug fit, keeping your child dry and comfortable throughout the night. And with their distinct boy and girl designs specially chosen by children, DryNites Pyjama pants look more like real underwear too. Available in two sizes for boys and girls.
If your child is wetting the bed, you might be surprised to hear that there are thousands of mums and dads (and kids) feeling just like you.
Childhood bedwetting is more common than you might think. Nearly 10 per cent of all 4-15 year-olds wet the bed at some point - over 600,000 in the UK - with most cases occurring in children under eight.
Some parents feel pressure to overcome ‘the problem' when, in fact, it's more effective to be patient and supportive and let your child take the lead on whether you seek help too.
Unfortunately my daughter has a reaction to these pants, they make her very spotty. But that's just her, otherwise they are a good buyPublished 5 months ago by Charlotte
Caused a rash on my little girls bottom. She has sensitive skin so using a different brand now. Other great design with princess picture and her and bed dryPublished 7 months ago by Workingmummy
Great, but they're FAR cheaper in the supermarket (£9 for 20). Not a good deal.Published 8 months ago by Mrs. R. Collins