Natural diapering has always been important to me.
My kids have very sensitive skin. Although I wanted to for environmental reasons anyway, I had to use cloth diapers on my babies.
The times I did put either of them in regular diapers, they got really bad rashes anywhere the plastic touched their skin.
I tried a few different kinds, but liked the prefold cotton diapers best with a diaper cover over it. I had a system down at home and it really was not a lot of work.
However, traveling with big bulky cloth diapers was a problem. Even just spending the day at the grandparents’ house was not always easy. Especially if it was one of those days my kids wet through every diaper cover I had brought with us!
Those were the times I wished I could just use disposables. I did try a few times, but it caused such a bad, painful reaction in my kids’ skin, it was not worth it.
Finally I came across biodegradable paper diapers! I bought them for those times when we needed to travel or be away from home all day or overnight. Such a relief!
I used whatever brand I could find and they were very expensive. Once I ran out and couldn’t find any while traveling in a different state! I finally found them after going from store to store, but I would recommend you stock up so you can be more prepared than I was!
Bambo Nature is different.
They are the only diaper certified 100% free
of dangerous chemicals and all known allergens. And they are 95% commercially compostable.
Reasons I love this company and their diapers:
No chemicals are used during raw material
sourcing and production, guaranteeing they are not polluting air or water when turning trees into wood pulp.
There are no chemicals on the diaper itself. Nor are there additives such as dyes, inks, latex, glue, odor eliminators,
perfumes, essential oils, preservatives, plant extracts, lotion, moisturizer, etc.
They can actually certify that their product has no
substances known as harmful to health or the environment.
The Bambo Nature company voluntarily goes through rigorous environmental inspections of the
entire “Diaper Process” – which means the inspections assess impacts during the whole life-cycle – all the way from raw material to
production, consumption and waste.
They sent me a copy of their complete list of ingredients, The Asthma and Allergy Association evaluation, health certificate, and life-cycle assessment documentation! These documents are available to anyone. They have them all right on their site at BamboNatureUSA.com.
They also kindly sent me a pack of diapers to try, and since my kids are no longer in them, I gave them to my friend’s cutie!
Obviously I had a hard time picking just one picture of him! He’s so adorable!
He’s normally only seen in cloth diapers, due to sensitive skin, just like my babies. But he loved these diapees! He was happy and comfortable, with absolutely no irritation.
And his mom loved them, too. She loved them so much she wants more! I told her to…
Beth Dolar says
For so many families, cloth 100% of the time just isn't an option so I'm glad there are options out there. Even in the years since my oldest was a baby and I started researching, the "safer" options have improved in quality tremendously, and all the new options, it's such a great thing
Aritha Vermeulen says
Christy Garrett @ Uplifting Families says
I would love to try these diapers.
LaVonne Long says
2 things: your Pinterst link in the Rafflecopter form is not working, and your tweet link is about Legofest.
Thank you so much for letting me know! All fixed!