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Nature Babycare Diapers Case Size 4 108ct.
- No oil-based plastic against the baby's skin
- Made from 60-percent+ natural biodegradable material
- Patented Center-Channel that reduces the amount of absorbent polymers
- Certified by the world renowned Swedish Society for Nature Conservancy
- 100-percent Totally Chlorine-Free
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Nature Babycare is a Swedish-based company founded by a pioneering mum 14 years ago who thought the world deserved a better diaper! Marlene Sandberg was appalled to learn that babies will produce half a ton of diapers every year. Half a ton! So she sought to create a range of award-winning diapers and baby products which are effective and price competitive --making Nature Babycare products good for both babies and the environment. We are the trusted source for baby products among consumers and the green community. Nature Babycare is leading the industry in Europe by providing mum's with a high-performance diaper that is better for their babies and the environment.
Our diapers and pull-on pants are over 60-percent biodegradable in contrast to major brands which are often composed of up to 80-percent oil-based products which do not decompose easily. Conventional diapers can take hundreds of years to decompose, but because of the high content of bio-degradable material, ours break down in a fraction of that time, meaning there's less need for landfill or polluting incineration. We keep oil-based plastics away from babies delicate skin and use natural, breathable corn-based materials instead. Our patented center-channel reduces the need for bulky absorbent material while enhancing leak protection. Nature Babycare Diapers are 100-percent chlorine-free, protecting the environment by not producing harmful dioxin pollution.
All of this combined minimizes diaper rash and other irritations so that your baby is healthy and happy! With features such as stretchy tabs and leg gatherings, a soft cloth-like feel, and non-bulky absorbent pulp, we've created an award-winning diaper that performs ahead of the rest. Our founding principle was to give mum's a high performance diaper that is better for their baby and better for the environment. We strive to use renewable materials whenever possible in all of our product lines. Nature Babycare Diapers offer the convenience of disposables with the best attributes.
What Makes Us Unique
Other diapers can claim to be green but still use massive amounts of oil-based plastics. As a mum, our founder knew there had to be a better way to make diapers. That's why we've spent many years perfecting our diapers by eliminating as much non-biodegradable materials as possible while maintaining performance and comfort. We also use an absorbent pulp that is sustainably harvested out of Scandinavian forests. Our diapers are completely unbleached, contain no latex, fragrance, or TBT (tributyltin), and are hypo-allergenic.
As with any diaper, for maximum performance, when your baby reaches the upper limits of the weight class, we recommend that you switch to the next larger size.
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Top Customer Reviews
We have been big fans of Nature Babycare diapers since our daughter was born 10 months ago. After my successful campaign of convincing my wife that first-time parenthood would be stressful enough without having to deal with disposable diapers, we were very happy to find this compostable alternative.
In her early months, we also did experiment with several other "regular" brands of diapers, and were pleasantly surprised that Nature Babycare diapers seemed to fit and perform better. This allowed us the smug satisfaction of knowing that we were being good for the earth while at the same time keeping poo off of our daughter's clothes.
Recently the diapers have appeared to undergo a small redesign. First of all, although they're Swedish company, they diapers used to be made in Israel. They are now made in Turkey. I couldn't care less where they're made as long as they actually worked, and now they simply don't work as well.
We've had two major issues with the Turkish-made diapers. First, in our first pack of 27 diapers there were 3 defective ones that were missing adhesive tabs. For those of you keeping score at home, that's an 11% defective rate. Some friends of ours experienced similar problems, and judging by the reviews here it would seem that there have been major quality control issues in this area lately. Luckily we discovered all of these defective diapers while at home where we had a steady backup supply. Had this happened to me while out and about with the limited supply in our diaper bag then my daughter wouldn't have been the only one crapping her pants.
Hopefully those quality control issues can be addressed.Read more ›
I wanted to be a cloth diaper user, and stuck it out for 6 months after my son was born, but I liked the concept better than the execution. So began my search for my preferred disposable. First up was Earth's Best, and I had nothing but leaks. We tried Huggies Pure and Natural, Huggies Little Movers, Huggies Snug and Dry, Seventh Generation, Luvs, Pampers Baby Dry, Pampers Swaddlers, Pampers Cruisers, Nurtured by Nature, and Target store brand. My favorite eco-friendly diaper is definitely Nurtured by Nature. If you find these Naty diapers a little too different for your taste, you might give those a whirl. Otherwise, I like Target and Pampers.
Size? I sized up to a 5 with these. My son wears a 4 in all others. People kept saying they run small. I disagree. When I compared the 5 to a Pampers 5 I saw no difference. I could have gotten away with a 4.
Poop? Yeah, they hold poop. My son, at 16 months, still has what you'd call "peanut butter poop". It is not formed or slightly solid. This makes it easier for the poop to escape the diaper in the leg area. I have not had an issue with these at all with poop, even during an ear infection when he had diarrhea. My only complaint is that the diaper doesn't really fold up easily into a neat little package after a change, you have to fasten the tabs together to get that to happen. They don't stick to the outside of the diaper itself. So be careful on the way to the trash!
Pee? Yep, they hold pee, and they hold a good amount. My son is a heavy wetter. These did not hold up at night.Read more ›
1) a nice wide elastic band on the back of the diaper has been reduced to a thin strip,
2) the stretchy material on the sides has been replaced with a non-stretch, papery material that will tear if pulled too hard,
3) the "sticky" tabs (which were never the best part of these diapers) now stick even less than before,
4) the overall size of the diaper has been slightly reduced, and
5) the materials used seemed to have cheapened, where a very wet diaper will actually start to "shred" if left on too long (e.g., overnight).
Mostly, the changes have led to a big loss in stretch/elasticity and security of fit. Where we were able to get a nice snug, but flexible fit before, we now find the fit to be less forgiving and the diaper more likely to move around. Additionally, the diapers now tear more easily and the sticky tabs will occasionally come undone. The net result is a diaper that LEAKS much more often. On a couple of occasions, we've also found the gel-like filling to have leaked out of the diaper and all over our baby's skin. We are at least thankful that this is a non-toxic substance.
I can't express strongly enough how disappointed we are with the changes. This was a great diaper that we felt good about putting on our children.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The new "updated" version of Naty is thin, much less absorbent, and is leaking all over! My son keeps waking up screaming because his bed is all wet. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mairna
I rarely write reviews unless I consider a product a 1 or 5 stars product. These diapers were a gift for my daughter born in August. Read morePublished 5 months ago by PSoto
Tried all bio diapers, these were the best for our baby. No leaks, no rashes...Published 8 months ago by Alvita
These are hands down, by far, without comparison the best diapers I have used. Little background: I was a nanny/child care provider for 20 years before I had my own son. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Haley Montoya
I was so excited to use sustainable, biodegradable diapers with my son. I researched, read reviews, and checked with other moms. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Sarah
These are my favorite of the natural diapers we've tried so far.Published 14 months ago by gelijones
Best "natural" diapers that we tried. We also tried the 7th generation, since we like many other products from them, but they were not as good (as absorbent). Read morePublished 14 months ago by Bubbles123
These diapers have two problems, compared to others of the same genre.
They are smaller than your standard size 4. Read more
Ok guys these are seriously the very best diapers ever. The fact that they are natural and actually compostable in some cities is just amazing. No leaks and no rashes. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Silly Sally