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Asda Little Angels review

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Asda says its Little Angels nappies are the first own-label nappy range in the UK to be awarded dermatological accreditation by the Skin Health Alliance. Costing just 6p each, they could save you a lot of money compared to pricier brands such as Pampers. Read our review to find out whether these cheap nappies are worth trying.

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First reviewed by Which?

November 2020

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We have tested 15 nappies and found that there are 1 Don't Buys and 6 Best Buys.
Range of Nappy scores
  1. 42%
    Lowest score
  2. 68%
    Average score
  3. 95%
    Highest score
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