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Check out these pampers packages with mzansi celebs on it that caused a stir on social media

pampers is a procter & gamble brand of infant and toddler goods.

in terms of functionality, both diapers are comparable, and both are effective for babies. however, pampers has a higher rating because to improved absorbency and fewer leaks, and compared to huggies, fewer infants have rashes when using pampers

victor mills, a p&g researcher, did not enjoy changing his newborn grandchild's cloth diapers in 1961. he gave his p&g exploratory division colleagues in miami valley, ohio the task of researching how to improve disposable diapers. vic mills and norma lueders baker, two researchers at p&g, were involved in their creation. creative director at benton & bowles alfred goldman came up with the name "pampers." p&g created single and double elasticized gussets around the leg and waist areas in 1982 to help with fit and to hold urine or feces that hadn't been absorb

in actuality, p&g received the first patent for using double gussets in diapers in 1973. .[1] the early 1960s design and the contemporary hourglass shape were combined in pampers' introduction of an elasticized wingfold diaper with elastic leg gathers and refastenable tapes in 1982. this feature was first introduced on luvs in 1976 and developed into an industry standard in 19

thin diapers with absorbent gelling substance were introduced in 1986. due to this, the weight of a typical medium-sized diaper was reduced by 50% on average. huggies and pampers both launched frontal tape systems in 1987, allowing the lateral tape to be moved without rupturing the diaper. pampers introduced ultra dry thins, a thinner diaper, in the 19

So when a video of mzansi celebs face are on the package of pampers it left people on stitches and shocked , you can see the likes of Cassper Nyovest, focalistic, AKA and kabza de small


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