It’s the most widely-used, reusable cloth nappy brand in the UK – and we wanted to know why. So we took a good look at these brilliant cloth nappies, which are available in Australia, and we’re sharing what we discovered.
Bambino Mio was founded 18 years ago – so the brand has been a major player in the emergence and increased popularity of the modern version of cloth nappies. Through research and constant development, Bambino Mio has created the miosolo, which is pretty much the bees knees of reusable cloth nappies.
The most important factor when it comes to cloth nappies is absorbency. The miosolo has super high absorbency and this is achieved by using highly absorbent fabrics, instead of chemical gels. It means they’re gentle on the delicate skin of a newborn, and growing babies. It also has a stay-dry inner layer, so moisture doesn’t go back onto baby’s skin. This is so important for sleeping babies as well as for delicate bottoms that are prone to nappy rash.
The miosolo is also really easy to use, and is designed to grow with baby. It can essentially be used from birth through to toilet training (depending on the size of the child).
These nappies are also great for those wanting to use a combination of reusable and disposable nappies. You can find a balance and system that works for your family, while still getting the benefits of using the miosolo.
Of course, reusable nappies are going to face a real beating when it comes to washing. The miosolo is made from a stay soft fabric, and it will stay this way even after washing. This means it will continue to provide a cool and comfortable nappy for baby.
Now that we’ve been through the specs, here’s the fun part. These nappies come in six beautiful designs – woodland fox, elephant parade, traffic jam, rosie posie, spring and summer. There’s also a new design coming out shortly – circus time. Choose your favourite miosolo nappies and purchase direct from Bambino Mio, Toys R Us and selected baby stores across Australia.
(This is a sponsored post for Bambino Mio Australia)