I can’t say enough fantastic things about them. Firstly, Nature Babycare make fabulous affordable products, from breast pads, flushable wipes, and decomposable diaper bags to bath and body lotion. It’s the diapers I really love, they have everything an eco-conscience parent could want as well as offering stellar performance, they absorb just as fine as regular diapers. They fit well and haven’t caused any nappy rash.
Nature Babycare products are made with natural, sustainable-based materials, based on wood pulp and corn-based film. Wherever possible, they only use biodegradable, renewable material from natural resources. The cellulose created from wood pulp in Nature Babycare diapers is totally chlorine-free in accordance with the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation. Their wood pulp is harvested in Scandinavian forests and is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. The corn maize used for Nature Babycare diapers is grown where genetically modified crops are banned in fields that have been dedicated to non-food supply use for over a decade.
Nature Babycare diapers are compostable. The rate of degrading depends on the soil, temperature, humidity, sunlight exposure, times turned etc. But anywhere from 50 - 150 days onwards. While Nature Babycare has received testimonials from consumers who have successfully decomposed their diapers in their yard, industry experts advise that soiled diapers should NOT be composted in one’s backyard compost pile due to fecal matter requiring a certain temperature to properly break down bacteria. Check in your local area to see if commercial composters are available to take your soiled diapers. Click here (greenlivingtips.com) to learn more about composting.
I love Nature Baby diapers and wipes, and I buy mine from Green Depot, Nature Baby provides a list of worldwide retailers on their site. Even tried and true cloth users have turned to Nature Babycare as an eco-friendly option. Try them today!