Happy Earth Day! I wanted to share one of our favorite planet friendly baby products!
We learned a lot from our first baby. The do's , the don'ts , the things we wanted a do over. When we found out we were pregnant with baby bear, we knew we had the chance and the experience to do better. Diapers were one of those things we wanted to revisit our options.
The first thing we knew is we wanted a subscription. There are a lot of options out there for this. Some endorsed by some of my favorite celebs. So it was time for some research. With so many options, what was going to help us make a choice?
First, flexibility. With Dyper you set your subscription and let them deliver the exact quantity you need. If you need more, they will deliver them FAST with their SOS service! If you need less, you can send them back with a prepaid label. (we honestly give them away to friends so other families can benefit !)
Now, how good is it for our baby bum? I did a lot of digging when it came to my fertility issues. I learned very quickly that there are some sneaky chemicals in our world. So when it came to our baby, doing what's best for their health is our number one concern! Their diapers are free of nasty stuff. No chlorine, latex, alcohol, perfumes, PVC, lotions, TBT or Phthalates. Plus, they're soft to the touch, yet extremely durable and absorbent. Good for you doesn't have to mean you suffer the dreaded blow out!
Finally (and pretty awesome), Dyper diapers are made with viscose fibers from responsibly sourced Bamboo and packed in clear bags made with oxo-degradable materials. Their diapers can be composted at home, using commercial facilities or mailed away forcentralized composting. With each delivery, they purchase carbon offsets on behalf of our subscribers to help reforestation efforts! We don't have a composting facility in our neck of the woods, so we like the idea that we are using a biodegradable diaper instead of a non-biodegradable one- we don't want out diapers to outlive our baby!
So on this Earth Day, consider making the small choices to help the planet your baby is going to inherit!
Photos: Mallori Ma