Earth-Friendly Washable and Reusable Cloth Pocket Diapers for Girls
Adorable custom designs and luxuriously soft bamboo make these cloth diapers as pretty as they are absorbent.
A baby uses 10 to 12 diapers daily, making it roughly 240 to 260 diapers used in a month. This comes to 27.4 billion disposable diapers that end up in landfills each year totaling 7.6 billion tons of annual waste. Approximately $5.48 billion is spent on disposable diapers, about $900 per family. That is a lot of hard-earned money being, quite literally, thrown in the garbage. Join the plastic-free movement and stop filling landfills while emptying your wallet. By choosing our custom reusable cloth diapers you will not only save money, but you will also help preserve our planet for generations to come.
With custom designs, these washable, reusable cloth diapers are a fun, healthy, and affordable alternative to disposables.
The outer lining is Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) laminated fabric, which is highly water-resistant, breathable, and extremely durable.
While the inner lining is a stay-dry suede cloth that wicks moisture away from babies skin and helps keep their little bottoms dry. This helps keep baby's sensitive skin dry and healthy, which equals fewer diaper rashes.
The bamboo inserts are highly absorbent and environmentally friendly, best of all, it is a grass which is highly sustainable.
The multiple rows of press studs make these diapers fully adjustable so you can easily adjust the size to fit your growing baby. No more buying several sizes, one diaper covers them all.
Grows with your child: Adjustable snap layout fits babies and toddlers from 6.5 to 33 pounds, so you save time and money looking for different sizes.
Save money and the environment: Reusable diapers are budget-friendly and environmentally conscious.
- Out layer: Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) laminated Fabric, which is highly water-resistant, breathable and extremely durable)
- Inner Lining: Stay dry suede cloth, which wicks moisture away from babies skin and helps keep their little bottoms dry
- Insert: 4 layer bamboo/microfiber, highly absorbent and environmentally friendly
- Travel Wet Bag: Made of moisture-resistant TPU with 2 zipper pockets to keep wet and dry separate. These bags make transporting soiled diapers home simple and mess-free.
Wash, Reuse, Repeat for our children's future.
Benefits of Bamboo fabric:
- Antibacterial - keeps you odor-free and feeling and smelling fresh
- Highly sweat absorbent (Pulls moisture from skin for evaporation - moisture-wicking) - keeps you dry
- Powerfully insulating - keeps you cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter
- One of the softest fabrics on the planet you'll love the way it feels
- Naturally UV protectant - protect yourself from skin cancer
- Hypoallergenic - natural bamboo does not cause allergic reactions
- The most eco-friendly fabric on the planet - help save your planet.
Making the choice to use cloth diapers can often feel like an overwhelming decision to come to. Breaking it down can help to make all the incoming information a little easier to understand and retain. There are a multitude of reasons someone may decide to use the best cloth diapers. Some of the more common reasons include:
The lower long term price over disposable diapers – disposable diapers cost can cost an approximate price of $1,500 overall from the time the baby is born until potty trained, if the child is potty trained at the age of 2,
The environmental reasons behind piling disposable diapers in a landfill – 27.4 billion diapers are consumed every year in the United States. These diapers just pile up higher in a landfill on a daily basis.
Better for preventing skin problems – cloth diapers are better on a baby’s bottom versus daily use of disposable diapers.
Chemical Free - Fewer chemicals on baby's bottom mean fewer worries for you! Disposable diapers contain harmful chemicals such as Dionxins, Sodium Polyacrylate, and Tributyl-tin (TBT).
- Dioxins - Most disposable diapers are bleached white with chlorine, (Chemistryexplained.com) resulting in a byproduct called dioxins that leach into the environment and the diapers. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), dioxins are among the most toxic chemicals known to science and are listed by the EPA as highly carcinogenic chemicals. According to the World Health Organization, exposure to dioxins may cause skin reactions and altered liver function, as well as impairments to the immune system, nervous system, endocrine system and reproductive functions.
- Sodium Polyacrylate - Sodium polycarbonate is a super absorbent chemical compound that is used in the fillers of many disposable diapers. It is composed of cellulose processed from trees that is mixed with crystals of polyacrylate. This chemical absorbs fluids and creates surface tension in the lining of the diaper to bind fluids and prevent leakage. Sodium polyacrylate is often visible as small gel-like crystals on the skin of babies and is thought to be linked to skin irritations and respiratory problems. This chemical was removed from tampons due to toxic shock syndrome concerns. As it has only been used in diapers for the last two decades, there is not yet research on the long-term health effects of sodium polyacrylate on babies.
- Tributyl-tin (TBT) - Many disposable diapers contain a chemical called tributyl-tin (TBT). According to the EPA, this toxic pollutant is extremely harmful to aquatic (water) life and causes endocrine (hormonal) disruptions in aquatic organisms. TBT is a polluting chemical that does not degrade but remains in the environment and in our food chain. TBT is also an ingredient used in biocides to kill infecting organisms. Additionally, according to research published by the American Institute of Biological Sciences, tributyl-tin can trigger genes that promote the growth of fat cells, causing obesity in humans.