Eco-Friendly Disposable Diapers for Discerning Babies
Whether you are a strict adherent to the practice of cloth diapering or you haven't quite figured it out yet, there are times when a disposable diaper is simply what you must have. No surprise, disposables are fraught with chemicals and materials that are not only harmful to the environment, but can be very unfriendly to your baby's tender skin. We've picked out a few options that you can feel better about while you navigate the world of baby bums!
Eco by Naty
Certified in just about every eco standard you can think of, Naty has spent “24 years at the edge of the ecological evolution.” Lawyer turned eco-innovator Marlene Sandberg puts her company’s resources into serious research and development to create absorbent, comfy disposable diapers (and many other products) that are made of plant-based materials and have no VOCs, fragrance, parabens, or latex. Certain celebs love em! Visit naty.com.
Compostable, biodegradable Dypers are free of chlorine, latex, alcohol, perfumes, PVC, lotions, TBT, and phthalates — all the usual nasties! And no prints means no ink — babies don’t care! All that matters to them is that the super absorbent, hypoallergenic, and antimicrobial bamboo fibres mean no fear of rashes on their touchy tushies! Available only in the US — but if you're in Canada, maybe you have an American cousin you can visit? Check out getdyper.com.
After changing the diapers of five children, Poof Diapers founder, Debra Lee had an epiphany: a diaper did not need to last 500+ years but rather only hours *mic drop*. Her revelation led to the creation of a disposable diaper with minimal environmental impact and fewer chemicals against baby’s skin. Made from non-GMO corn, bamboo, and chlorine-free wood pulp, and printed with soy-based inks, these babies are also free from fragrances, lotions, and surfactants, and bear the OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 Confidence in Textiles certification. Designed with sensitive bums in mind! You can find them on Amazon or Toyboxtech.