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- 100% chlorine free
- Based on biodegradable materials
- Biodegradable back sheet film based on corn
- 100% GMO free
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Alex C: a few months ago
We've used Naty diapers since our daughter was a new born. We're very eco conscious so they were our first choice for a less harmful diaper. The only downside is the price, which is a little expensive which might deter some people from going down a more eco route, hence four stars instead of five.
Lauren: a few months ago
I have tried almost every diaper on the market and these are leak-free, made with natural ingredients, biodegradeable and even cute with a baby heart pattern! They may cost twice as much as pampers but it gives me piece of mind that I am not sending more chemicals to the landfill.
Emma: a few months ago
These diapers work and are eco friendly which is the only reason they recieved a 3 from me. I found that they weren't as effective as many at holding urine; if your kid has a full bladder you're likely to have the odd damp pant leg. I also didn't like that the tabs only hold on the front panel which makes them less adjustable, for instance you can't overlap tabs of your babe is long and lean (it also affects rolling them closed for disposal).
The thing I really disliked about these diapers is that they are so papery in texture. I feel like I'm wrapping my poor baby's bum in those rough paper towels from public washrooms. There are much better eco friendly/biodegradable brands out there.
Abigail: a few months ago
We cloth diaper 95% of the time on our 4 month old but still use disposable for her longer stretch of sleep at night and these are our brand of choice! I've tried Huggies, Pampers, Honest, and Seventh Generation and nothing has quite the fit like these diapers do. I also feel reassured that I'm putting something closer to natural against my baby's skin.