BAMBO Nature Diapers offer all the convenience and benefits of standard disposable diapers, with a distinct difference from mainstream brands; they are made with 100% sustainable materials. I had a chance to review BAMBO Nature Diapers to learn why they are a great alternative for an earth-friendly disposable.
Our family appreciates the benefits of less household waste and reusable materials — especially related to frequently-trashed items like diapers. Have a few kids and you have a lot of disposable trash going out the door. Although we often use cloth diapers, using disposable diapers offers easy convenience when out and about. I've also had to put our girls in disposable diapers at night to avoid diaper rashes. For some reason cloth diapers just don't perform as well with wicking away moisture overnight. BAMBO Nature Diapers are the answer to the need for sustainable disposable diapers!
BAMBO uses high-quality materials in their diapers for added absorbency with minimal chemicals. The breathable exterior contains polypropylene that wicks away moisture while keeping a baby dry. Polypropylene is often used for food-safe containers and doesn't leach harmful chemicals into foods or liquids. The diaper material is soft and cloth-like while also feeling flexible and water resistant.
BAMBO nature diapers hold up well throughout normal use and the closure tabs don't accidentally rip off (like I've experienced with other disposable brands). The leg gussets fit securely on my two-year-old and we didn't have any experiences with leaks or blowouts. The diaper sizes run a bit larger than standard diapers and come in sizes 1 through 6. The side panels are stretchy and can be expanded or relaxed to fit a range of baby waist sizes, for each diaper size. This would be helpful if you have two kids of different ages wearing similarly-sized diapers — they could possibly share the same BAMBO Nature Diaper size.
BAMBO Nature's parent company Abena emphasizes environmentally-friendly processes throughout the manufacturing and intended lifespan of their diapers. Abena's use of renewable resources in making the diapers and earth-friendly production processes help reduce the carbon footprint of these diapers.
The BAMBO range holds the "Nordic Swan Eco Label" — the Scandinavian official environmental label for Eco-products, which means an environmentally assured and safe product for babies. The Swan Label uses criteria for the use of chemicals, the amounts of discharge to the air, water and ground that the product produces, as well as energy usage and waste procedures. The label also evaluates quality and functionality aspects of the product, from raw material selection, to the manufacturing process, and ultimately to disposal of the product. BAMBO Nature's other certifications include the Ecocert Certification, Asthma & Allergy Association Denmark Certification, and Forest Stewardship Council Certification. See full details at bambonatureusa.com under the "Resources" tab.
Abena only uses state-of-the-art renewable raw materials in the production of BAMBO Nature Diapers.
Abena also uses strict requirements during production.
BAMBO Nature products and packaging materials can also be disposed of through recycling or composting. Abena's environmental requirements are strict and they are careful to ensure minimal environmental impact in all they do. We enjoy using BAMBO Nature diapers because of their quality performance and benefit to the environment. Diapers are one of the largest trash outputs for a young family, and BAMBO Nature Diapers help to reduce that without decreasing the convenience of using disposable diapers. To learn more, visit bambonatureusa.com.
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