When I’m out of my diaper to change it or air out my skin, a nice scent always wafts up to my nose. It’s the scent the diaper has given my skin.
If you’ve worn adult diapers, you probably know what I’m talking about. Some kind of perfume or lotion or something in the diaper marinates the skin while the diaper is on, then lingers for a while after it’s off (probably until you wash the diaper area). You can even often smell it when the diaper is on, though it’s more muted.
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In this post, I’ll tell you about my first time buying adult diapers. I don’t remember it too well, but I’ll try to tell you as much as I can. Hopefully my story will be interesting to some people.
I was either about to turn 17 or I had just turned 17. I had recently gotten my driver’s license and I used it to drive to and from school each day. At some point after getting it, I realized I finally, after years of waiting, had the opportunity to buy diapers. I spent weeks building up the courage to buy them, and then I finally stopped at a Family Dollar on my way home from school one day.
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Being home alone while my parents have been out of town the past week, I have cemented my belief that it is best not to wear pants or shorts over your diaper.
My current situation has helped me cement this belief because I haven’t been wearing anything over my diaper most of the time. I’ve walked and lounged around my house and on my porch and even gone out in my front yard in just my diaper and a shirt (when I go to work and to the store, I still wear pants, of course). Doing this, I have noticed that my diaper feels more comfortable and seems to absorb more. Also, it is easier to check how full it is and make sure it’s not leaking.
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I recently watched the new movie Deadpool 2. Be warned: I intend to slightly spoil one scene for the purposes of this post.
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When I first started wearing diapers, all I had access to were what I call drugstore diapers. I’m talking about the ones you can buy in America at drugstore chains like CVS and Walgreens. This category also includes the diapers you can buy at grocery stores and dollar stores.
I did a lot of hunting around these stores and their websites in my early years of self-diapering, trying to find the best diaper for the best price. I was a broke teenager when I started, after all. I want to share my findings, in case you’re in a similar situation as I was, where I couldn’t order online and had little money.
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For my first diaper review, I’d like to review the Abena Abri-Flex Premium M3. I just purchased my first pack of this diaper last week, and I have only used about half the pack, but I feel ready to do a review. . . .
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As I mentioned before, I’m in college. The past two semesters were my first living on a campus, and I had a roommate. So, continuing the theme from my previous post, I thought I’d share how I disposed of my diapers when I had a roommate.
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I wanted to make this brief post to share something I’ve learned about disposing adult diapers that I haven’t heard anywhere else. This tip is mainly intended and phrased for people who need to keep their diaper wearing a secret, since I use it to keep mine a secret, but others may find it useful as well.
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