You can now choose a baby nappy which provides optimum comfort to your child without compromising your concern for the environmental impact of such products. The nappy features environmentally friendly state-of-the-art raw materials enabling ABENA to produce a slim and comfortable baby nappy without compromising it's absorbency or functionality in general. BAMBO NATURE holds the prestigious Nordic Swan Eco label - the only baby nappy brand in the world to hold this label.
No optical brighteners or perfume used: No known substances that are harmful to baby's health or the environment: Phthalates, Organotins, Heavy Metals, Chlorine, Formaldehyde, AZO Pigments, PVC. BAMBO NATURE are the only brand to declare what their nappies contain. No use of moisturizing lotion usually associated with a concoction of harmful chemicals. A minimum level of renewable raw materials used. A maximum level of production waste created in the manufacturing process. There are criteria on factory emissions into the air, water and land and reducing carbon dioxide pollution.
Approximately 80% biodegradable - this is more than 3 times as much as regular brands (disposable nappies on average take over 500 years to degrade and never fully). FSC labels means that the fluff in BAMBO NATURE comes from sustainable forestry. ABENA is a member of the clean shipping project. All their packaging is recyclable and their carrier bags use recycled plastic. Abena has designed an absorbent core with less SAP by using new technology with a wheat starch absorber.
Textile back sheet (outer) polypropylene and polythylene, Absobent inner: SAP and cellulose (ECF fluff), Acquistion layer of non-woven PET, Hook and loop fastening, Glue made of synthetic rubber, Elastication made from elastane.
Do not flush in the toilet. To avoid accidental suffocation do not give to babies or children unattended.
Used as a disposable diaper/ nappy for babies and toddlers according to the correct size.
Size 4: 7-18 kg
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