When it comes to reviewing nappies, there’s no one better than Babyology parents. After all, they’re the ones at the business end of their bub’s bum changes daily and nightly.
With that in mind, we asked them to test-drive Eco by Naty nappies and share what they thought with our readers.
Born in Sweden in 1994, Naty aim to deliver an eco-friendly alternative to the plastic ones flooding the market and choking landfill around the world. Their nappies offer the following features:
- absorbent layers made of natural and renewable wood pulp
- breathable cornstarch-based film barrier to prevent leakage and diaper rash
- only certified natural material against baby’s skin
- no fragrances, bleach, dioxins, chlorine and other nasties like dyes, phthalates and VOCs (volatile organic compounds)
We asked Babyology families to try Naty and give us their honest feedback. Here’s what they said:
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