Bambo Nature Eco Friendly Premium Baby Diapers for Sensitive Skin, Size 3 (9-20 lbs), 396 Count (2 Cases of 198)
(S$0.76 / Count)
+ S$162.34 Delivery
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- Size 3 fits weights from 9-20 lbs. See size chart for more details
- LEAKS & BLOWOUTS HAVE MET THEIR MATCH! Our Eco-Friendly, yet Supernaturally Absorbent diapers mean never compromising conscience for performance
- OUR FULLY BREATHABLE BACKSHEET helps prevent rashes and NEW FEATHER-SOFT materials keep babies comfortable and parents happy
- NOW FEATURING a Wetness indicator so parents know when changes are needed
- CERTIFIED SKIN-SAFE means our products are dermatologically tested and free of all known allergens, perfumes and harmful chemicals
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Bambo Nature disposable diapers are more than just eco-friendly—they’re safe and offer supernatural performance! Free of harmful chemicals and all known allergens, our diapers have a unique three-layer design and super-absorbent core that can stand up to multiple wettings—even overnight. Combined with our fully breathable backsheet, baby's sensitive skin will stay dry and comfortable. A wetness indicator changes color to indicate when a change is needed and our flexible, waistband and latex-free leg cuffs help diapers stay in place while maximizing movement so your child can boot, scoot and boogie all day long. Ingredients: Non-woven backsheet (outer side) of polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE). Absorbent of polyacrylate (SAP) and cellulose (ECF fluff). Topsheet of non-woven (PP). Acquisition layer of non-woven (PET/Co-PET). Hook tab fastening system of non-woven (PP/PE). Adhesive made of synthetic rubber—no optical brightener added. Wetness indicator. Elastication made from elastane.
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Here’s what I think… After some testing and side-by-side comparison (size 3 only), this could be the issue. Both diapers have the same double gusset feature – one folds up like a barrier around the crotch area and one lays flat against the baby's underside. In the new diaper, the two gussets always stick together when you first open the diaper, causing it to be leak-prone if you put it on your baby this way. This is what probably caused the leaks we had in the very beginning; perhaps we just weren't careful enough. To avoid this, gently run your finger between the layers to separate the gussets and always ensure the diaper fits snugly and correctly on your baby. (I know it’s tough when you have a squirmy kid but it is absolutely necessary.) Bambo also made slight sizing changes to the new diapers which could account for the leaks some customers are experiencing, especially if your child is in-between sizes.
We have been using the new Bambo diapers for the past couple months without a single leak again. Considering how thin the diapers are, they hold up extremely well – even overnight or longer uses. I now prefer the new diaper over the original one; it’s not bulky at all, the wetness indicator is useful, and the simpler design looks better under light-colored clothing. It's a winner for us. I hope it stays that way as we move up sizes.
I have been a customer for 2 years...exclusively using Bambo diapers on my son since the day he was born. I bragged about this company to all my friends, tagging them in many of my social media posts over those two years and touted the benefits to everyone - including softness, fit, absorbency and safe materials. I have loved the honest commitment the company made to use safe ingredients as well as dedication to out-perform all the others on the market. However, that has now all changed.
The recent 'enhancements' the company claims to have made to the diapers are not enhancements at all but rather cost cutting measures taken in an effort to save money. I have always recommended these diapers to my friends due to the fact that they never leak, however I can no longer stand by that. After a few hours of my son wearing this "new and improved" diaper, he had pee all down his legs. Never in the past has this ever happened before in the prior diapers. What have they done? And whoever were there testers must have not used their older version. The absorbency on these diapers is almost non-existent when compared to the prior ones. They don't stand up on their sides like they others do, they are thin like a paper bag and the back doesn't hug my son at all.
They can call it a redesign all they want but the facts are plastered all over social media - from here at Amazon to Twitter and Natural blogs - the reviews and feedback is speaking for itself and these diapers just do not perform as well as the prior versions. And not to mention, the price significantly increased. If my guesses serve me right, it seems this was done to either break even or make a profit off all the money spent to market these as a 'redesign'. I can no longer recommend these diapers and am absolutely appalled that this company would put out such cheap diapers and still try to tout 'high absorbency' as the main selling point. These things feel like paper and they no longer 'grip' around my son's legs as they used to. It's also clear that the company is ignoring all of the customer complaints and in denial that these 'redesigned' diapers are a flop. They are no different than the seventh generation brand (which literally feel like a brown grocery bag).
They need to listen to the customers and bring back the old diapers because that is what customers loved. Unfortunately, I'm not on the hunt for another diaper while the CEO sits in his/her mansion sipping whiskey.