At the end of last year I ran a giveaway to win a months supply of Naty Nappies. I was also sent a pack to test out on Little Miss.
I was keen to give them a try for many reasons.
- They are authentically green, they are made from 70% biodegradable, renewable and natural materials
- Authentically green, they are made from 70% biodegradable, renewable and natural materials
- They contain a natural GM free cornstarch leakage barrier, which is as effective as plastic, yet allows baby’s skin to breathe, reducing the likelihood of nappy rash. It also keeps harmful bacteria and pathogens out.
- Industry tests show they perform on a par with the leading brands in leak protection and dryness
- They are made from FSC and SSNC certified wood pulp
- They have a unique drainage system which reduces the need for high levels of Super Absorbent Polymer chemicals currently used in standard disposable nappies
- They are recommended by Swedish Asthma and Allergy Association and are 100% chlorine and fragrance free
- They are at the same recommended retail price as the leading brands and are available from selected Tesco, Sainsbury, Boots, Mothercare, Waitrose stores and Ocado nationwide.
- They can back up all their eco credentials
We gave them a try and I have to say they worked incredibly well.
They didn’t leak though I have to say the first time I went to change a wet one they felt really squidgy and I was expecting a leak but they never did.
Little Miss’s bottom stayed dry and nappy rash free.
We tried the size 3 and they were just right for her. The fit around the top of her legs was not too tight and the sealed well.
You get 32 or 52 nappies in a pack and they are £6.88 or £9.32 which is 22p or 18p per nappy. Which is cheaper than other branded nappies.
Even better they are on offer at Sainsbury’s at the moment!
We really liked these nappies they did what they were supposed to do, they are better for the environment and they are reasonably priced.