Parents and Parents-to-Be: Here's How to Get Free Baby Product Samples to Try in Singapore

Sudhan P

Dear parents-to-be, I understand.

There must be tons of questions racing through your minds as you prepare for the arrival of your bundle of joy.

“What kind of diapers do I buy?” 

“Would my child get diaper rash from wearing the wrong diapers?”

“Which bathing lotion is good?” 

Some may go into overthinking mode…

Source: Giphy

Been there, done that.

To simplify the decision-making of parents-to-be, many companies are nowadays offering free samples to try.

By trying out those samples, new parents can ensure that their babies don’t get any allergic reactions before going ahead to purchase carton-loads of a particular product.

Other than giving you a chance to try out new products, these free baby samples can also save you some money.

(Yeah, not so much but at least there are some savings.)

Here’s a list of samples for new parents in Singapore to get hold of. The free goodies also include stuff for moms-to-be and babies above six months old.

Do share this around with your family and friends who are also expecting a child soon!

“Good tings must share…” 

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Free Baby Product Samples in Singapore 

Company (with web link)Items
DrypersDrypers diaper samples
Huggies Huggies diaper samples or baby wipes
MamyPokoMamyPoko diaper samples
MerriesMerries diaper samples
Aptamil900g milk samples
(from 1 to 6 years)
Bellamy's OrganicOrganic Toddler Milk Drink (from 1 year onwards)
DumexDumex Mamil Gift Pack (for pregnant mums)
Dumex Mamil Gold Stage 3 400g sample (from 1 to 3 years) and other goodies
EnfamilEnfagrow A+ (from 1 to 3 years)
Enfamama A+ (for pregnant and breast-feeding mothers)
FrisoRelevant milk samples
KarihomeKarihome Growing-Up Formula (from 1 to 3 years old)
Karihome Milk Sweeties
(for children with chewing abilities)
Nature OneMilk samples (from 1 year onwards)
NestleCERELAC trial pack
(from 6 months onwards)
NAN OPTIPRO 3 trial pack (from 1 year onwards)
NAN OPTIPRO H.A. 3 trial pack (from 1 year onwards)
Nestle MOM (maternal nutritional supplement)
SimilacSimilac Gain (from 1 year onwards)
Similar Mum (for pregnant and breast-feeding mothers)
Wyeth Nutrition S-26 GOLD Progress (from 1 year onwards)
PROMAMA (for pregnant and breast-feeding mothers)
CetaphilLotion and wash
National Library BoardBaby Gift Pack
- 1 English book
- 1 Chinese or Malay or Tamil book
- Rhymes & Songs Sing Along (Babies Edition) booklet
- Etc
SINDAHello Baby Gift bundle
- 3 in 1 Lion Activity Gym & Ball Pit
- My Learning Library (eight board books)
- Baby Blocks
(applicable for local and PR Indian parents with babies up to 12 months old and family per capita income not exceeding $1,500)
South West DistrictCustomised EZ-Link card
(applicable for those living in the South West district)

This is not a sponsored post. We just love sharing good stuff for the benefit of humankind. 

How Do I Get the Free Baby Samples?

From diapers to milk samples for both mother and child (above 12 months old), there are many companies offering free baby samples.

To sign up, you can simply click on the company name shown in the table above to be redirected to their website.

Free baby diaper samples that my wife and I signed up for

Once you sign-up, some companies like Huggies send larger diaper samples automatically when the baby is ready to size up.

It Sounds Too Good to Be True. Is There a Catch?

Of course!

(I know you weren’t expecting that answer.)

There’s no free lunch in this world (unless you are a baby).

In exchange for the free baby samples, you give your personal data to the company and they might contact you for marketing purposes.

So you must be fine with the terms and conditions before signing up for the goodies.

Below is an example from one of the diaper companies showing the things you need to consent for:

Source: Huggies

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About Sudhan P
It isn't fair competition when only one company in the world makes Monopoly. But I love investing in monopolies. Before joining the Seedly hood, I had the chance to co-author a Singapore-themed investment book – "Invest Lah! The Average Joe's Guide To Investing" – and work at The Motley Fool Singapore as an analyst.
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