Nature Babycare diapers are 100-percent chlorine-free and keep oil-based plastics away from babies delicate skin. Our absorbent pulp is from sustainably harvested Scandinavian forests and the patented center-channel means a less bulky fit while enhancing leak protection. Since we use natural materials instead of plastic, our diapers are super soft and cloth-like providing comfort without sacrificing protection.
A more natural way to diaper
When looking into diapering I found a lot of options and a lot of opinions on what the best route is. In the end, I decided that these sounded like the best route for my daughter. I was surprised to find that these were just as absorbent as the big name brand diapers. I thought that these might be less absorbent because they had more natural ingredients but that is not the case at all! They are also biodegradable which makes me feel a lot better about putting them into the garbage as opposed to other disposable diapers. With my busy schedule there was no way I would be able to do cloth diapering but I also hated the idea of a disposable diaper sitting in a landfill for a hundred or more years.
Nature BabyCare has quality control issues
I have noticed this with a number of the packages of diapers that I have bought from this brand. I will open up the pack and quite a few of the diapers will have issues. For example some of them have had the absorbent stuffing poking out of the top. Others have had either really screwed up tabs or none at all so the diaper is completely useless. I have bought three of these and out of each package I have had to throw out at least two diapers. To me this is upsetting because these diapers are more expensive than the average price and then they are not even being used. I feel like this is a waste of my money and I sincerely hope that they fix this issue with quality control very soon.
A couple more flaws with Naty diapers
Although the flaw I mentioned before was a big one, it is not the only one that I have found with these diaper unfortunately. They are also way stiffer than I would have liked them to be. This means that they don’t conform as well to my baby’s body and can be quite uncomfortable especially when she is crawling. Another thing that I do not like about these diapers is the scratchiness. The insides are nice and soft but the outsides or made of an awful scratchy material. It also doesn’t have a cutout for the umbilical cord and because of the scratchiness it is nearly impossible to fold it over.
Not my favorite eco-diapers
Honestly, I really wanted to like these diapers because they are more natural than others but they just have too many flaws to be worth the price. I would much rather use the Andy Pandy diapers because they are also healthy and eco-friendly but are also better quality. I tried these out for a while before giving up on them and I have not bought them since. I hope to see Nature BabyCare fix these issues but until they do I don’t recommend these diapers and instead think that you should try to find a different brand of diaper instead.
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