Nanny to Mommy: An Eco-Friendly Disposable Diaper {Bambo Nature Diapers Review}



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Monday, October 7, 2013

An Eco-Friendly Disposable Diaper {Bambo Nature Diapers Review}

I received the products mentioned below free of charge for review. I receive no other compensation. All opinions are 100% mine own, as always. :)

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Before I became a mommy, I never worried about chemicals in the products I was using. I never even thought about it. When I had my baby showers, my favorite gift I received were diapers. We were a strictly disposable diaper family. We preferred them because we felt they were easier on-the-go. I started reading a little bit about the effects of chemicals on baby's delicate skin when I was on bed rest. How everything that baby wears should be washed in non-scented laundry detergent before they wear it. Things like that. I never thought something that was designed to go so close to baby's skin could actually hurt them.

The first time I noticed Sweet Pea was allergic to certain types of disposable diapers (also soaps and laundry detergents), we were at my mother-in-law's house. It was the first time I had put a store brand diaper on her sensitive little hiney at home, so when my mother-in-law went to change her, we both became very alarmed at how red her skin was only where the diaper was touching.

Bambo Nature Disposable Diapers Review

Now that I am aware of chemicals in diapers, when Bambo Nature contacted me to test out their eco-friendly, non-toxic diapers, I was actually kind of excited. I had read some other wonderful reviews about them and couldn't wait for my package to arrive.



The first thing I noticed when I opened the package of Bambo Nature disposable diapers were the smell. They don't have one! This is great news because any kind of scents can mean harm causing chemicals that can cause rashes and who knows what else. They have a cute design that even my daughter noticed. They are soft and thin, but they held up to the job- small and large. And the most important thing? No rashes, red spots, or irritation of any kind! That's awesome.

Do you think disposable diapers are more convenient on the go? What are your favorite features of Bambo Nature diapers? How do feel about the harsh chemicals that can be found in baby products?

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79 comments:

  1. ithink disposables are go convenient on the go.

    knickgirl_3 at yahoo dot com

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  2. I have no doubt that disposable diapers are easier when traveling. I love that these diapers are allergy friendly. I try to be very aware of chemicals in baby products which is why one of the reasons I love cloth.

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  3. I've never done cloth diapers, but I would think disposables would be more convenient on the go. I like that these are chemical free. I'm noticing that my baby girl gets red pretty easily, maybe these would help that.

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  4. Disposable diapers are more convenient on the go

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  5. I feel like disposables would be more convenient on the go, but I haven't had a chance to try out cloth diapers yet so I can't really make that call. ;)

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  6. I definitely think disposables are more convenient. I never used used cloth diapers- except as great cleaning rags!

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  7. I do think disposables are convenient on the go.. you don't have to carry around a wet bag to bring your diapers home with you to wash. I like that these diapers are hypoallergenic, so I know my baby's skin isn't going to be affected by them!

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  8. I definitely feel like disposable diapes are more convenient on the go. Its a bit of a pain to carry a wet bag around and if you have to do diaper laundry away from home...

    I'd love to try the bamboo disposables. So far every time I've tried anythign other than Cloth, Huggies or Pampers my daughter as gotten a rash. =(

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  9. I'm just now expecting our first baby in December and plan on cloth diapering. I love that these are available, though for when we are traveling!

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  10. I think disposables are more convenient for travel, but not necessarily for just around town. I love that Bambo diapers are scent and chemical-free.

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  11. We will be using cloth but I feel like disposables have a time and place for use. I like that bambo nature has far less chemicals and is more biodegradable than regular disposables.

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  12. I absolutely feel these are more convenient on the go. I love their cute designs and how absorbent they are!

    Maggie True Armstrong
    maggie at pdclarion dot com

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  13. they are convenient on the go but we primarily cloth diaper! i love them for emergencies though!

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  14. I think they can be more convenient on the go, especially if you aren't going to be able to do laundry for a few days. I have used both when traveling, but sposies were easy on the plane. I hate that they are toxic, so a toxin free diaper would be good!

    amanda s
    selenke@yahoo.com

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  15. I use cloth diapers, but I love having a pack of disposables on hand for when I need to use some strong rash ointment or for traveling.

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  16. I think they are more convenient on long trips and for sleeping! I like these as an alternative to cloth diaper.

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  17. Disposable diapers are much easier than cloth, plus you can just throw them in the garbage.

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  18. Disposable diapers are much more convenient than cloth diapers. I like that they have no smell also less chance of baby being allergic.

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  19. I love using cloth diapers - but sometimes, we need to supplement with disposables, and we've actually been using Bambo as back up, and we've been quite happy with them.

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  20. I'd give these to my niece. I think cloth are great, but disposables are more convenient, especially when traveling long distances and on airplanes and all that. My friend uses cloth all the time, but recently used disposable while traveling in and out of airports.

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  21. I use cloth diapers almost exclusively, but disposables are great backups.
    - AaronandKasi Erwin facebook/raffecopter

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  22. they are def much more convenient for us on the go. Id only travel with cloth if i was going to be home before wash day

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  23. Disposable diapers are definately easier on the go. I like these because they will not smell like gasoline which is what a major diaper smells like to me plus there is no recognizable cartoon character like Dora, Disney, or Elmo on them.

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  24. They can be more convenient on the go and when traveling. We use cloth most of the time, but do use disposables at night.

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  25. When I'm at home I use cloth diapers, but when I'm visiting relatives, disposables are definitely the way to go. I learned this the hard way when my mom decided to "help out" by putting fabric softener in my cloth diaper load.

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  26. I'd like to try these - my son also has very sensitive skin and it'd be nice to have them as an on the go option!

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  27. I love the idea of an eco-friendly, safe alternative to disposables. Especially great for on-the-go or for the newborn stage when cloth just feels overwhelming!

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  28. Yes they are super convenient on the go! they are great to have on vacation or away from home.
    lisae819 at yahoo

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  29. Disposable are very easy and absorbant

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  30. I think disposables are more convenient if you'll be out a long time.

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  31. Way more convenient! We try to limit the laundry needs when traveling. I love that they are non-toxic!

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  32. I was happy to get a pack of these at my shower. Can't wait to try them out. May throw a cover over them however :)

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  33. I've never seen this but what a good idea!

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  34. I plan to use mainly cloth, but will resort to disposables during certain times (traveling, visiting grandma, rashes, etc). I'm very concerned about the chemicals in many baby products and I like how these are safer for baby's skin. Sensitive skin runs in my family and we try to use fragrance free products.

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  35. If I am going away from home without a private washer access for more than 3 days, I prefer disposables.

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  36. they are easier for sure. but my guilt keeps me using cloth. :) even on the go

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  37. I'm a cloth diaper mom, and wouldn't have it any other way. However, I always use disposable when I'm out and about. I mean, who wants to be carrying nasty diapers in their bag?!

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  38. I love that that they are 100% chlorine free, have no PVC or latex, and have no TBT.

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  39. I like that they are non toxic. I use cloth but clearly, disposables are more convenient. I mean, have you ever heard of people choosing cloth for convenience?

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  40. Way more convenient! I love that these disposables are not toxic and don't have a scent or chlorinated materials.

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  41. I love the "no smell" it is a big plus as far as chemicals are concerned

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  42. these are so much more convenient than cloth diapers, and awesome that they are fragrance free!

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  43. I think disposables are more convenient when I'm out and about

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  44. Yes, disposables are more convenient when out and about - no one wants to carry a poopy diaper around! I love that these diapers are environmentally friendly.

    Angela Rhodes Ingles
    nofearpapertiger AT Gmail dot com

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  45. I love that these are eco friendly, I would love using these on the go

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  46. We love Bambo Nature diapers and I just ran out, would love some for my toddler (we use them when out and about, cloth at home)

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  47. I like using disposables on vacation! These would be great for the Thanksgiving holiday we'll take.

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  48. I like that they are non toxic

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  49. Disposable diapers are more convenient on the go, but I really only use them if we will be gone for more than 3 days or there's nowhere to wash our cloth diapers. I use organic cloth diapers because they have no chemicals that could harm my baby and that is why I love bambo diapers too

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  50. definitely more convenient on the go. excited that they have no smell.

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  51. Disposable diapers are definitely much more convenient when you are on the go, especially while on vacation!

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  52. They can be more convenient (just stick a couple of diapers in your back pocket and off you go). I have tried to only use cloth diapers with my baby, but I love this option. I love the cute design and the fact they are bamboo.

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  53. i use disposables they are so easy i just change toss and go! :) my daughter is allergic to huggies, and my almost 2 week old son only uses pampers since thats what sister wore :) i do love that theres no harsh chemicals like what broke her out with huggies! )

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  54. My favorite feature is no scent. Pampers almost knock my socks off when I open them. Ugh. I do hate to say that disposables are way more convenient.

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  55. I think disposables are much easier on the go - and sometimes for overnight too. I like that these disposables are eco-friendly.

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  56. yes i think there are more convenient and less mess and easyer but not as cute a cloth and more money

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  57. While we use cloth at home, my son wears disposables with babysitters and when we go on long trips. Bambo seems like a wonderful, ecologically conscientious company, and I would love to win an opportunity to try their diapers.

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  58. Yes, disposables are more convenient.

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  59. The use of disposable while out or traveling are much more convenient

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  60. Disposables are definitely more convenient on the go, especially when you'll be out for an extended period of time. I love that these are eco friendly.

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  61. For convenience, disposables are must better.

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  62. Yes, I definitely prefer disposable when we are on the go.
    I love that these diapers are all natural with no irritants.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  63. I do primarily use cloth, but my kids get uncomfortable at night and need to be changed, and I don't want them waking any more than they have to! so i use disposables at night, and when traveling for more than a day or two, for the convenience.

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  64. I plan to use cloth at home but I'm sure disposables will be more convenient for traveling.

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  65. Disposable diapers are more convenient. I like the bamboo diapers b/c they are extra absorbent.

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  66. I am sure disposables are easier when on the go! My favorite feature of these diapers is they don't have all the toxins that the other disp. do!

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  67. I'm big into cloth diapers - but when you're on the go or sometimes even overnight - disposables come in handy

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  68. i think disposable diapers in general are more convenient but especially on the go.

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  69. Yes convenient on the go

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  70. Disposable diapers are easier on the go. I like that Bambo Nature are non-toxic.

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  71. I've never done cloth diapers, I would think disposables would be more convenient on the go.

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  72. They are a lot easier. I never used any other kind.

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  73. I try not to use disposable diapers, but sometimes when traveling there are no real good options for washing our cloth diapers, so we turn to disposables. I recently found out that Target's up and up brand are essentially cheaper versions of free and clear diapers and so have been using those, but I'm always on the look out for environmentally friendly disposable options that won't break the bank.

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  74. I love that these diapers left no rashes on your little one. How awesome. I think it's a great idea to have these disposables when cloth diapers aren't a good idea, such as outings.
    Michelle Tucker

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  75. We use cloth diapers most of the time but I agree that disposable diapers are really handy when we are not at home. I like bambo because they are non-toxic diapers

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  76. I only use disposables so yah its convenient, but certainly still want the best for lil one

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  77. We use disposables outside the house. I love that these are eco-friendly and non-toxic!

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  78. I think they are more convenient on long trips

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