Pampers Ninjamas Nighttime Underwear for Boys (Choose Your Size)
About this item
- LockAway Channels absorb wetness
- OdorMask technology
- 360º Stretchy Waistband for an underwear-like fit that's easy for your child to pull up and down
- QuietCloth Material minimizes noise
- No parabens or latex
Products are FSA & HSA Eligible
Introducing… Ninjamas Nighttime Underwear! Take on bedwetting accidents and wake up confident with Pampers' All-Night Leak Protection. The exclusive Pampers LockAway Channels absorb and distribute wetness quickly and evenly for powerful protection you’ve never seen.
The built-in OdorMask Technology activates when bedwetting accidents happen to help conquer smells—so kids can wake up feeling great each day. Ninjamas are also uniquely designed for kids with a FormFit Waistband that flexes for a sleek, underwear-like fit. The super stealthy nighttime underwear discreetly fits around kids' waist and sides and provides breathable comfort, just like cotton underwear!
What sizes do Ninjamas Nighttime Underwear come in?
Ninjamas are available in sizes S/M and L/XL. S/M fits children 38–65 lb. (17–29 kg), and L/XL fits children 64–125 lb. (29–57 kg).
What causes bedwetting?
Bedwetting is common in childhood development. It affects 5–7 million children in the U.S. alone. The causes of bedwetting vary from child to child, but the most common cause is normal bladder development. To better understand your child's bedwetting, talk with your child’s nurse or pediatrician.
Is there a difference in the protection provided in the pink and green packs of Ninjamas Nighttime Underwear?
Both the green and pink Ninjamas packs feature the same superior overnight absorbency with Pampers Lockaway Channels. The only difference is the nighttime underwear designs offered in each pack. So no matter which designs your child prefers, they’ll wake up feeling Ninjawesome!
How do Ninjamas Nighttime Underwear absorb wetness?
Absorbent gelling material (AGM) is widely used in bedtime underwear padding to absorb wetness and lock it away. It is perfectly normal to see some gel on the skin from time to time, especially if the bedtime underwear is heavily saturated. It can easily be removed by wiping your child's skin. This material has a long history of safe use in a variety of products and has been in Pampers products for more than a decade.