Are Your Diapers Biodegradable?

While some companies claim that their diapers are biodegradable in their marketing, there is actually no disposable diaper that is 100% biodegradable or compostable. Our Diapers have been certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) C149807 for the materials used from sustainable forests reducing our company's footprint. 

Where Are Your Diaper Materials Sourced?

We strive to provide you the best materials sourced globally from Japan, Europe, and the US.

What Safety Standards Do You Uphold For Your Diapers?

Our diapers comply with the requirements under the U.S Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (16 CFR Part 1610). The ink used on the diapers has passed the California Prop65 test and meet the requirements of the Lead Content of Children’s Products required by Section 101 of the CPSIA of 2008.

How Absorbent Are Your Diapers?

Our chlorine-free fashion diapers have a patented dual absorbent core technology that allows for locking in moisture quickly while keeping your baby’s skin dry and comfortable for a longer period of time.

Can Your Diapers Last 12+ Hours/Overnight?

Yes, our diapers have superior absorbency to last for overnight use. Though our diapers are able to last overnight, we always encourage parents
to change your baby’s diaper regularly during the day to avoid rashes and bacterial irritation due to prolong exposure or baby’s urine direct on the skin.

Why Don't Your Diapers Have A Wetness Indicator?

The materials used to make a wetness indicator are not in line with our eco-friendly diaper standards. However, we always strive to source the best and safest materials, so we definitely will look into safer ways of providing wetness indicators in the future.

Why An Elastic Waistband?

The waistband plays an important role in keeping your baby's diaper snuggly fit while still being comfortable at the same time. Our waistband also prevents blowouts from up the back of your baby’s bottom.

How Many Diapers Per Month Will My Baby Need?

Newborns, babies, and toddlers all average different diaper counts per day. Newborns use the most - an average of 11/day which is 330 diapers in the first month! That's why our NB/1 size is so wonderful - unlike leading brands with a standard Newborn size, your baby won't grow out of our NB/1 so fast - and you won't end up with multiple packs that you can't use!

When Is It Time To Size-UP to a bigger size?

When you notice the following:

1. Your baby's diapers are filling up sooner compared to previous wears and leaking because of it. 

2. The elastic band stretches and fits very tight on your baby’s waist rather than sitting comfortably. 

3. When the front waistband of the diaper sits below your baby’s belly button, it
also means that the size is too small for your baby.

What Issues Will I Face If My Baby Wears The Wrong Size?

A good diaper fit should be comfortably snug and sit comfortably on the baby’s waists and thighs. Tip: a good fit should allow for the diaper to sit near or on top of the baby’s belly button. If the diaper is oversized, it will be worn too high up the belly button, or if it’s undersized, it will be worn too low below the belly button.

Diapers that are too loose or too tight in any area will cause issues like leaks, blowouts or irritation. If you choose a size bigger than your baby should be wearing, there is a chance for leaks or blowouts due to the fit not being snug enough. Leaks from the side or any corners when the diaper is still relatively dry or empty can indicate that you’ve picked the wrong size (bigger) than your baby should be wearing. Frequent blowouts up the back/top of the diaper indicates that the fit is too small and the diaper is not able to sit high enough on your baby's back.