Naty by Nature Babycare Newborn ECO Nappies - Size 1, 2 x Packs of 26 (52 Nappies) £5.32 - Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Naty by Nature Babycare Newborn ECO Nappies - Size 1, 2 x Packs of 26 (52 Nappies) £5.32 - Amazon Prime Exclusive

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Found 16th Jan
Also available in 4 x Packs of 26 (104 Nappies).
Our Little One is nearly 10 weeks old and has just outgrown the Size 1, but we've loved these Nappies so much we're buying the next sizes too.
LO is big enough to use the washable nappies now, but we like to have disposables on hand when out and about or as back ups . Obviously more expensive than Aldi or the popular brands BUT we've only got one planet. Not the greenest but VERY GREEN.
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  • Size 1 (2 to 5 kg, 4 to 11 pounds), eco-conscious disposable nappy made from natural and renewable materials




  • The absorbent pulp is from sustainably harvested Scandinavian



    forests with a centre-channel for a less bulky fit and enhanced leak



    protection




  • Soft stretchy front fastening tabs to give a ideal fit




  • Contains no oil-based plastic and is chlorine free and fragrance free




  • The nappy is naturally breathable to help reduce the occurrence of nappy rash and other irritations
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They don't have an indicator line, but you'll soon learn the difference between a wet nappy and a dry one as these absorb wee and get heavier/puffed up.
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Heat for highlighting responsible alternatives to huggies/pampers/landfill-polluters. More public awareness on the plastics blight in the world, global corp j&j finally making paper stem cotton buds (but why pesticide-heavy cotton and not eg hemp or bamboo). Hopefully more global production of real eco nappies, because the average public would run away from washables.
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Heat for highlighting responsible alternatives to huggies/pampers/landfill-polluters. More public awareness on the plastics blight in the world, global corp j&j finally making paper stem cotton buds (but why pesticide-heavy cotton and not eg hemp or bamboo). Hopefully more global production of real eco nappies, because the average public would run away from washables.
I think modern washables are fab, not nearly as bulky as they were 30 years ago, but they do require a little work (Washing and assembling etc). We use the washable nappies 9 times out of 10 and then eco disposables. We find Chalie Banana is best, if I find a hot Deal (in the uk) on them, I will post on the relevant website.
I usually buy the cheapest one that doesn't leak. Don't think I'd go down the washable road, but good to know of alternatives.
We've been through about 300 of these already and only one leak... My fault I didn't actually put it on properly (yes I admit it) and my only excuse is you really do lose out on sleep. Dads-to-be beware, they really need to up the paternity time off.
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