Trainies (12-15kg)

by BioBaby
Code
0027805000026s
Size:26s
R309.95

Overview

  • Eco-friendly training pants
  • Successful potty training
  • Loves your baby naturally

Description

BioBaby nappies are the nappies with the highest number of biodegradable materials.These eco-friendly training pants will help your toddler on their exciting journey towards successful potty training. These trainies are gentle on the baby's skin, and are made of all natural materials like wood pulp and starch. They are as effective and absorbent as conventional disposables nappis and are infused with100% pure essential oils to comfort, calm and uplift your little one. These easy, pull-on tainies are ideal for the growing baby, with soft waist and elastic side stretch panels that naturally adjust to your baby's body. The hypoallergenic fibres combined with the high-tech absorbent core make this a super safe choice for any baby.

Dietary Summary

  • Hypoallergenic
  • Biodegradable
 

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