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Nature Babycare nappies are by far the best disposable nappies available. My baby is nearly three and only in nappies for sleeps now but Nature Babycare have always been my next choice after cloth nappies.
They are extremely well designed and fit perfectly. They are the only nappies I have come across that have elastication in the small of the back. This means that you don't have the problem of poo escaping up baby's back, like what happens with other nappies.
They are made from plant derived ingredients and are chlorine free. Not only is this kinder to baby's skin but it means they smell much nicer when wet, than other disposable nappies. I have noticed this because my childminder has occasionally put my baby another "well-known" brand of nappy on. When she's weed in the other nappy it smells of really strong ammonia. But when she wees in a Nature Babycare it doesn't smell at all. I can only assume that wee reacts with chemicals in the other nappy and causes the smell.
I also like the subtle patterns on these nappies. They have tiny green prints of either flowers or leaves. Consequently, they don't show bold coloured pictures through light coloured clothes like other nappies!
They are available in Boots, Mothercare, Babies R Us and large supermarkets like Sainsburys and Waitrose. Their price is comparable with other well-known nappy brands and they are often on 3 for 2 deals, etc. Also, you can register to be an ambassador on their website and receive a voucher for £6 which will buy you one pack.
They are available in a wide range of sizes, including pull-up pants. The Nature Babycare range also includes wipes, nappy sacks, baby bath, shampoo, lotion, etc.
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What is the maximum time to leave a baby in this nappy? I only ask as my grandchildren seem to go for hours in their un-eco friendly, smelly nappies. (my own children were brought up in terries, so I hate the biohazard disposible ones). x