As a Mom of four girls there are a lot of products that I’ve tried and because I have like a million kids I’ve tried everything under the sun (well at least that’s how it feels sometimes). However, products that I have never compromised on have always been products that come into close contact with my littles ones skin. Babies have such sensitive skin that as parents we have to be really carful what we put on them.
Unfortunately I have found that some companies are not as concerned about my childs well being like I am and because of that I have to educate myself about the products and ingredients that they are coming in contact with. One of the things I saw in Nest Diapers was that they were very transparent about what ingredients they include in their diapers, more so than any other diaper company I have used in the past.
For me this was such a relief. As a Mom you want to trust that when a company sells products, that those products are not going to harm your child and I can tell that Nest is one of those companies that goes above and beyond to put a parents concerns at ease. Besides, you have a lot of other stuff you have to worry about like keeping a child alive!
Nest diapers are made of plant-based sustainable materials that they have no problem being completely transparent about. Nest is made of the highest quality renewable and environmentally friendly materials available. This ensures that they are free from chlorine, paragons, phthalates fragrance and lotions. I have used other natural non toxic diapers before and the girls have always had rashes, but these are the first ones that I have used that haven’t given them any sort of rashes.
These diapers are also compostable which is such a big deal in our current climate. There is so much waste that if we don’t start taking steps to find solutions in managing it all its going to really be a bigger problem than what we might be able to solve. Nest has teamed up with a a handful pf compostable diaper companies that know how to dispose of them. I seriously love how conscience they are about this and that they are helping to solve the problem.
So if you are looking for a great diaper or just want to try them out I would highly suggest doing so sooner than later. I cant believe its taken me this long!