Diapers are available in different versions and they are indispensable from birth to the first years of life.
Many children need a diaper up to the age of three and are changed several times a day. A diaper with a good fit and good skin tolerance is particularly important. It is also important that it keeps the buttocks dry for a long time, as this supports the baby's happiness and protects against soreness.
Diapers: disposable, cloth or eco-friendly?
The diaper market is large and many parents are faced with the difficult decision of which diaper is best for their baby. Parents have the choice between disposable and cloth diapers. There are some advantages and disadvantages between the different types of nappies: you only use disposable nappies once, cloth nappies can be washed and reused, and there are also special eco-friendly nappies that are biodegradable but sometimes do not have as good an absorbency as conventional disposable nappies.< /p>
Advantages and disadvantages of disposable diapers
Disposable diapers are probably the most hygienic option and can be disposed of with household waste. A dry and pleasant feeling on the skin is almost guaranteed here. Modern disposable diapers are made up of several layers, the absorbent core is responsible for absorbing liquid and is therefore the most important element of the diaper. But there are also disadvantages: Disposable diapers are less breathable than, for example, cloth diapers. Throwing away diapers is also not particularly environmentally friendly.
Advantages and disadvantages of cloth diapers
Cloth diapers not only save waste, but also costs. These diapers are also absorbent and hygienic if cleaned correctly. They are much more breathable than disposable diapers and develop less heat. Although a cloth diaper is more expensive than a disposable diaper, it does not require new diapers every week. Disadvantages: Of course, it takes more effort to clean the diapers than to throw them away. Cloth diapers need to be cleaned thoroughly to prevent germs or bacteria from settling. It is best to use a detergent with an antibacterial effect. Anyone who doesn't shy away from this effort and wants to protect the environment is well advised to use a cloth diaper.
Pros and cons of eco diapers
Another alternative are eco diapers, which are made from renewable raw materials and are produced in an environmentally friendly manner. Such diapers are free of artificial fragrances and mostly biodegradable or even compostable. The disadvantage of this type of diaper is the usually higher price and a slightly poorer suction power.
Nappy range with a large selection of different types of nappy
We offer you a wide range of high-quality diapers so that you can decide for yourself what is best for your baby. All diapers are carefully selected and only pollute the environment as much as necessary. Check out our range and find the type of diaper that suits you and your baby best.