NATY 1 Nappies New Born 2-5kg
THE BEST DISPOSABLE NAPPIES AROUND
At Naty, we are proud of our products. We are the leading eco nappy brand - and the only one declaring its ingredients. While other disposable nappies can claim to be green but still use massive amounts of oil-based plastics, we knew that there had to be a better way to make nappies. That is why we have spent over 20 years perfecting our eco disposables by eliminating as much non-biodegradable materials as possible while still maintaining performance and comfort.
The soft, cloth-like feel of Naty provides an excellent, non-bulky fit from newborn to toddler and the quality is constantly top ranked among parents. In addition to this, our eco nappies are completely unbleached, contain no latex, fragrance, or TBT (tributyltin), and are hypoallergenic. Go green without giving up performance!
GUARANTEED FREE OF:
Phtalates, Organontins (MBT, DBT, TBT), Heave metals, Chlorine, HCHO (formaldehyde), colophonium, AZO-pigments, PVC. Naty is certified fee of ALL known allergens or substances classified as locally irritating, sensitizing, carcinogenic, or mutagenic.
The cornstarch film breathes, unlike plastic, which results in an airier, drier and more comfortable nappy. This also helps to prevent nappy rash – one of our main benefits, according to many Naty parents.
GM free corn based film
We use a GM free cornstarch film as a leakage barrier. It’s fully biodegradable and just as effective as plastic – only gentler on your baby’s health, as we don’t need to use any harmful chemicals.
Natural & renewable material
The main absorbent of the diaper is wood pulp, which is responsibly harvested from Scandinavian forests and carries a FSC certification. The various layers of the nappy are also made of natural, biodegradable materials, such as compost certified tissue and sugarcane. All of our products are 100% GMO free.
Chlorine & Fragrance Free
Naty nappies are 100% totally chlorine free, unbleached and contain no perfume whatsoever – just another way we have reduced the amount of harmful chemicals coming into contact with your baby’s skin.
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