Super absorbent | Hypoallergenic | Sustainable
better for baby, better for our world and gives back
Our award winning hypoallergenic nappy with premium performance
7-13 kg (16-28 lbs)
Our products are made without: chlorine processing, latex, lotions, fragrances, most common allergens, phthalates, optical brighteners, or organotins (MBT, DBT, TBT)
Internal lining: Polypropylene / PLA (natural polymer).
Internal: Totally chlorine free fluff pulp.
Elastic ribbon: Polyurethane.
Better for our world We use sustainable, plant-derived materials to help end our dependency on non-renewable resources and protect the future of your baby’s world. Our super absorbent core contains bio-based gels* and totally chlorine-free, FSC® certified wood pulp from sustainably managed forests. The top layer, outer lining, leg cuffs and packaging are all made from 100% sustainable materials. Produced in a carbon neutral factory, Kit & Kin nappies are the natural choice. *Based on mass balance
Giving back Every product gives back through the Kit & Kin Foundation. Thanks to your support we help protect acres of threatened rainforest around the world and support women and children living in these areas with educational scholarships, family planning clinics and healthcare. Together, we can make a real difference.
Kit & Kin are proud to be a member of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). By purchasing cruelty-free products you can help save a number of animals from excruciating tests and a lifetime of suffering.
Inner lining: 100% sustainable material
Absorbent core: Totally chlorine free FSC® certified fluff pulp and bio-based SAP
Leg cuffs: 100% bio based and sustainable material
Packaging: 100% sustainable material
How to dispose of our eco-friendly nappies
Parents are becoming increasingly aware of the impact their choices can have on the environment, which is why many of them are turning to biodegradable nappies as a convenient and sustainable solution.
Our hypoallergenic nappies are made from majority plant-based and biodegradable materials, so in order for them to break down as quickly as possible we would recommend following these simple steps:
- Ensure the used nappy is placed inside a biodegradable nappy sack which will allow for oxygen to permeate
- When disposing of the sack in the bin, if possible place it outside of the non-biodegradable bin liner (but still within the bin itself) as this will maximise the exposure to oxygen