Eco by Naty Baby Diapers – Plant-Based Eco-Friendly Diapers, Great for Baby Sensitive Skin and Helps Prevent Leaking (Size 4, 88
|Brand||Eco by Naty|
|Number of Items||1|
|Color||Size 4, 88 Count|
|Incontinence Protector Type||Infant Diaper|
|Age Range (Description)||18 to 48 months|
- SUSTAINABLE PLANT BASED DIAPERS: Naty Diapers are the only diapers that prevents your baby’s skin to get in contact with plastic materials. They are free of toxins and chemicals, and are only made from plant based materials.
- COMFORTABLE AND ABSORBENT: Our Eco Diapers are created with your baby in mind, as well as the planet. These natural diapers are breathable on the skin with a comfortable flex-fit while also providing premium protection with absorbent fibers.
- HYPOALLERGENIC DIAPERS FOR SENSITIVE SKIN: When it comes to your baby, especially if they’re a newborn, hypoallergenic products can make all the difference. Plant-based means fewer allergens and irritants, helping eliminate diaper rash.
- ECO-FRIENDLY AND COMPOSTABLE: Traditional disposable diapers are often made with toxic plastics. Naty Eco Diapers are mostly made from certified plant based materials like sugar cane, corn, woodpulp and cotton which makes them natural, absorbent, and remarkably soft. Sizes available include newborn diapers up to size 6 diapers.
- GOOD FOR BABY, GOOD FOR NATURE: Eco by Naty was first started in Sweden nearly 27 years ago. Today, we continue with our goal to create products that are not only safe for our bodies, but that are also good for the environment. Our High-Tech Eco Products are backed by independent sustainability certifications, we offer the greenest products, all made from nature!
With 0 percent oil-based plastic on skin, Eco by Naty diapers have the softest touch on your baby’s skin. Plant-based fibers ensure that the diaper breathes and provides a comfortable fit so that even the most delicate skin does not get any diaper rash. The high plant-based content is unique as it is the only diaper in the market to receive ‘OK biobased’ certification from TUV Austria. The diapers core consist primarily of premium wood pulp that is highly absorbent keeping your baby’s skin dry and protected against leakages and blowouts. This makes our diapers ideal to be used both daytime and nighttime. As a parent, you do not want your baby to be in contact with any chemicals or irritant materials that are harmful to your baby’s skin, which is why Eco by Naty’s diapers are Hypoallergenic and Dermatologically tested. Our diapers are free from fragrances/perfumes, chlorine, bleaching, latex, lotions and are certified by OEKO-TEX Standard 100 to be free from over 100 harmful substances, ensuring our diapers are also suitable for babies with the most sensitive skin. At Eco by Naty we believe how we produce our diapers is just as important as the materials we use. This is why we source our wood pulp from FSC certified forests. The FSC certification ensures that the forest is managed in a sustainable eco-friendly manner and at the same time taking into account local, societal, indigenous and workers interests. We have been awarded the Vegan label as our diapers are free from animal testing nor contain any animal derived ingredients. The packaging is certified 3 stars (of 4) for its renewability by TUV Austria. The Eco by Naty diaper range is available from Newborn / Preemie to size 1,2,3,4,5 and 6. Each diaper size has adorable Scandinavian inspired design prints, and of course are free from heavy metals.
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|Dimensions||9.65 × 10.24 in|
17.52 x 9.65 x 10.24 inches; 3.79 Pounds
|Item model number||
|Date First Available||
April 21, 2018
|Country of Origin||
Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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10 reviews for Eco by Naty Baby Diapers – Plant-Based Eco-Friendly Diapers, Great for Baby Sensitive Skin and Helps Prevent Leaking (Size 4, 88
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Leona Glanvill-Grant –
Soft and Eco, great!These are excellent nappies to replace Kit and Kin ones as I can’t get those in MA. They have a soft fabric feel and great absorbency. My son hasn’t experienced nappy rash whilst using these.
James Edlund –
Great for daytimeThese diapers are great for the daytime, but don’t hold up overnight.
pretty good diaper, very poor customer service with natyWe’ve been using these diapers since newborn stage (my daughter is now 1 year) and they’re pretty good in keeping her sensitive skin from being irritated. These diapers do run a little small compared to American diaper brands, so we size up at night. No leak issues. Did note some tearing of the tabs, but maybe it was like 1-2x in all the months we’ve been using these diapers. Satisfied with diaper, but did want to let others know that Naty’s customer service is terrible! I never had an issue with ordering from them until a couple months ago; our regular order never showed up. Long delays in email responses; the customer service rep finally apologized but now she had put in another order. However, a confirmation number never arrived and after another several weeks, the only reply back was “I don’t see another order in for you, do you want a refund?” So beware if you have issues with the company, you might just end up with very poor communication and service dragged out over a few months. We had to resort to using other diapers because this issue did not get resolved.
J :) –
These are possibly the cleanest made diapers for your babyThese are not meant to be judged by their leak proof because whatever the other competition companies are made from, are all questionable in their product material. Most all other diapers have unknown ingredients added especially the ones that have line strip indicators. And what is that blue line coloring made of really?I rotated between this company and cloth diapers. (I also purchased Naty’s Plant based Potty) because the expense for diapers at the beginning phase of having our baby was pretty up there for us. I will never go back to any other brand.Plus, it also helps to start Elimination Communication early on with your baby. Babies don’t like to be soiled and they will find ways to communicate with us. If we show them there’s a better way to not let go in their “under-wears”, it’s highly likely they will choose to go in the potty away from themselves once they are able to walk on their own. Patience and love is key through the transition of them learning💞💫.I must add; I appreciate the surprise discounts sometimes given on here because it always helps!👏🏼💞🥰💓 I’m sure it’s good for the new families to try them and the already appreciative ones that believe in the product, it all helps⚡️🥳 Mahalo🌺
Brooke Noe –
Bought for ingredient but they leak terriblyBought these for the clean quality but they’re super wide compared to other diapers and they leak especially if it’s filled quickly…. Like they don’t absorb fast enough?
Emmy Rose –
LeaksI loved all the certifications that he’s diapers had. I felt safe putting them on my baby. Unfortunately I noticed that when they were remotely full and I was holding my baby, I would end up covered in urine from the compression of his body against mine. Unless you were changing pretty frequently, these are not realistic. Otherwise they are good for short periods of time.
Sam f –
Nice but priceyThese are nice diapers. I like that they don’t smell and they work well. I like that they don’t have a chemical indicator for wetness however the convenience factor is missed. I would but more often but too expensive and supply issues are too inconvenient.
Christopher B Pierson –
**BUY THE SAMPLE PACK FIRST**Do yourself a favor and take them up on just trying 10 before you invest in a bigger pack. I got 100 of the size 1’s for my baby that is 8 lbs and he leaked through every one (I tried 3 times). I had them on as tight as I could. It just didn’t seem to be a good fit. He would leak out the side or back which makes me think the absorbancy just isn’t where it needs to be. The Andy Pandy’s we were using worked great, they were just big, so I thought we should put him in something closer to his size. That was a mistake. Now I have 96 diapers I am never going to use… 🙁
Better off with nothing…As a first time amazon reviewer I’ve never been so disappointed in a product.Bought these for our newborn as an alternative to pampers because of the reviews on being kind to sensitive skin. That’s all well and good but when a nappy leaks and soaks the baby’s bottom half we may as well not bother with a nappy at all.I’ve had younger siblings and know how to change a nappy through the years and taken Multiple attempts at adjusting the tightness to try to ensure no leaks were made but it has got to the point where I have actually had to go and buy new clothes for the baby (4th pack of triple body suits) because of the rate in which he gets through them.Very unimpressed.
Waist enormous = poor fit = leaky nappySizing is absolutely comical. I acknowledge every baby is different and my average weight son (3kgs at birth, 4kgs at four weeks) could just not be big enough to fit the waist of the Eco however, I’ve also attached a photo of the Eco next to another well known nappy brand of the same size. As you can see, the waist on the eco is almost two inches wider on the Eco, which makes it virtually impossible to fasten snugly and prevent leakages. The Eco has to overlap at the front where the fasteners attach, effectively preventing a snug fit in the waist, and making too tight a fit in the legs. Accepting my child might be an unusual shape, I tried more than one other nappy brand to compare. In fact, I tried four others (premium, supermarket, eco-friendly and budget), all of which had a far superior fit. As such, if my boy is upright or vertical when he fills his nappy: no problem. If he’s horizontal, then it’s about as effective as a sieve. This is such a shame as I love the green credentials of this nappy.