Blog — cloth diapers

Concerns around single-use plastics help reusable nappies shine

Posted by Adam Kramer on

Concerns around single-use plastics help reusable nappies shine

  Eco-conscious parents are ditching disposable diapers as concerns around single-use plastics help reusable nappies take their place in the spotlight. The negative impact of single-use plastics is currently a hot topic, as plans to eliminate the use of such products are currently being discussed in great depth, both within the governments world-wide and across the media. In the UK the Nappy Alliance has welcomed government support for reducing the environmental footprint of disposable nappies and has called for a clear and timely approach to promote take up of reusable nappies. Since 2003, The Nappy Alliance has continued to raise...

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We have a perfect Mother's Day Gift for you!

Posted by Gaëlle Wizenberg on

We have a perfect Mother's Day Gift for you!

This Mother's Day spoil yourself with an eco-friendly choice from the brand you already know and trust.  Our gift for you - this whole week 15% OFF with coupon code "MOM15" on our SALE section items, valid 5 - 14th of May world-wide. We have extended SALE section with our Feminine Pads line as well as Multi Purpose Wet Pouches, which go perfectly together and make a great Mother's Day gift! 

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4 Compelling Reasons to Make the Switch to Cloth Diapers

Posted by Gaëlle Wizenberg on

4 Compelling Reasons to Make the Switch to Cloth Diapers

It is always a pleasure to share our blog pages with like-minded people. Jenny Silverstone is a Modern Eco-friendly Mama and a blogger behind MomLovesBest.com. We were thrilled when she accepted our invitation to share her carefully researched infographic and insights on WHY to cloth diaper. Quick and easy is the name of the game for many parents today. But, quick and easy isn't always the best route, and your choice of diapers is no different. While disposable diapers are undoubtedly convenient for laundry purposes, they are still quite expensive, generate tons of waste, and can even pose health risks...

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