AIO

Lil Helper AIO

71Ym-VUggNL._SX522_Longevity: 8/10

Quality: 7/10

Fit: 7/10

Ease of Use: 8/10

Price: 8/10

Cuteness: 8/10

Overall: 7/10

I was so excited to try a Lil Helper diaper- they always post the funniest things on social media and I love a company that isn’t 100% about promoting their business, one that is more interested in building lasting relationships with their customers. The new prints are absolutely adorable but the diaper itself fell short of my expectations.

Longevity:

The Lil Helper charcoal AIO is designed to fit babies from 7-35 pounds. With the multiple absorption options- you should be able to use this diaper early (I would say closer to 10 pounds) and it should last until 35 pounds. The fit of the diaper seems generous and I could imagine this lasting through potty learning.

Quality:

This diaper is so, so soft! The exterior is butter smooth, the interior fabric is fluffy and soft, and the entire diaper is flexible and comfy feeling. I am confident that the fabric will last for a long time. What I am not confident will last is the snaps. The snaps on this Lil Helper AIO seem cheap and flimsy. They are not the quality I’ve come to expect from other diapers in this price point and I’m nervous that they might break with heavy use.

Fit:IMG_9309

Lil Helper AIO diapers do not fit Pumpkin well, no matter what I do. When I use both inserts, the diaper is so bulky, that I can’t get a decent fit. We end up with gapping at the waist while the legs are too tight. When we only use the smaller insert the fit is much better but there isn’t enough absorbency and we end up with minor leaks. I wish that this diaper had an option to use just the larger insert because I think that would be the perfect compromise- maybe I should invest in some snap caps?

Ease of Use:

This Lil Helper AIO has snap in inserts which allow you to use this diaper like an AIO but still get the inserts super clean like an AI2. You can potentially reuse the shell and just replace the inserts like an AI2 but you can’t do this if the stay dry on the cover is wet (which in our case it always was). This could potentially be an amazing diaper system if you’re looking for a AIO that gets super clean or if your kiddo is a light to moderate wetter and you can just swap inserts.

Price:

At $24.95 each you would only need to use this diaper 100 times before it becomes cheaper than a disposable. This Lil Helper diaper is a little more expensive than some other AIO’s we’ve tried. It is priced comparably to all natural AIO’s but contains synthetic materials. Lil Helper does offer a trial diaper (or two) package which is 50% off (with free shipping) bringing the price down to a much more reasonable price point.

Cuteness:

Lil Helper offers so many adorable prints- the new Space Dino’s print is one of my absolute favorites! You could build your entire diaper stash out of Lil Helper diapers gorgeous solids and adorable prints without repeating many. Lil Helper has done a great job of providing a wide variety of prints to suit a variety of families and kiddos.

Overall:

While I like this Lil Helper AIO, I was a little disappointed with the quality, and it is certainly not the first diaper we reach for. I would recommend Lil Helper for those with chunky babies or for someone wanting an AIO/AI2 hybrid. Bottom Line: No, I would not buy this again. Although I love Space Dino’s I’m absolutely terrified of breaking a snap on this diaper, which makes me never want to use it.

Buy on Lil Helper

*I did receive this product at a discount in exchange for my honest review but all opinions are completely my own*

2 thoughts on “Lil Helper AIO

  1. Hi, I am very surprised about your comment on the snaps. I’ve never felt them to be flimsy and have been exclusively using LH diapers for 16 months with my lil man. Not sure if the new prints have different snaps. But mine are the same snaps as my Patagonia clothing which I have had for years without any issue. Another point to make is that Lil helper has great customer service, if you ever do have a problem (I.e., broken snap) they are super quick to help you troubleshoot.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s