SafeMama Review: Nature’s Babycare diapers

By Kristie Turck •  Published 08/08/08 •  2 min read

Last updated on August 13th, 2008 at 01:31 pm

Ever since I’ve learned the evils of conventional diapers, I’ve become a bit of a diaper snob. I do a mix between disposables, when we travel, to a pocket diaper system that I’ve found to finally work for my son. I’m always down for a disposable diaper that won’t sit in a landfill for the next nine million years. So when I got the opportunity to try out some of Nature’s Babycare diaper diapers, I was tickled.

Nature’s Babycare is an eco-friendly disposable diaper that is completely breathable, free of chlorine, fragrance and also completely compostable.

I really liked the diapers. They work very well in keeping your baby dry. We’ve never had a leak with them. And my son can literally pee rivers. So, they stand up to ol’ firehose in our house. The only slight drawback was they skimped on the tabs. I emailed the company directly to ask about that, but haven’t gotten a response. It’s not bad, they’re just not as stretchy or as wide as I would like for a toddler. Otherwise, I totally dig them.

Get It: You can purchase these diapers at Cooler Choices (have I mentioned my love for Stashka? She’s the bomb diggety and has tons of great things on her site). Hint, check out the ad in our shopping mall section!