>Bambo Nature Diapers Review & Giveaway – SEVEN winners!!

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There’s a new diaper on the US market and I love it.  Yes, I do.  It’s a disposable, too!  Hey- even cloth diaper users may need disposables now and then- my feeling is, if I’m going to use a disposable, I want it to be as green and earth friendly as possible. 

Let me introduce you to Bambo Nature diapers.  This will be the disposable that I use or purchase in the future from now on!!  My baby had a bad rash from antibiotics she was on and we actually just finished a whole pack of the size 3 diapers.  She can stay in the size 3 at least 5 more pounds- these are generously sized for sure.  I needed to get her rash cleared and her diapers stripped so I just decided to go with these diapers for a while and make things easier for me.  VERY absorbent, very soft, and knowing the manufacturing process made me feel like I was still protecting her sensitive skin from harsh chemicals.

Bambo Nature puts both the interests of your child and the environment as our top priorities.

Bambo Nature nappies are just like ordinary disposables, but they have a much lower eco footprint. Bambo Nature nappies are both ultra-thin and ultra-absorbent with a unique layer that draws wetness away from baby’s skin, keeping baby dry and comfortable even with repeat wetting. The nappies have been designed in conjunction with parents to assure the product has a practical design and are user friendly.
Bambo Nature is available in 5 sizes to suit all ages – from birth until your child naturally achieves full continence. The Bambo Nature product line begins with Size 2 and continues with Sizes 3, 4, 4+, and 5.
For those of you that require Premie, Newborn (Size 1) and Training Pants, Abena also offers the Bambo Baby Diaper product line. Please Note: This line has been awarded the Nordic Swan Eco-Label, too! They are officially and independently certified to be environmentally friendly, just like the Bambo Nature product line. You can buy these products with the same confidence as Bambo Nature.

What we received: A package of size 3, a package of Newborn and a package of the Training pants in size 6.  Now, obviously I do not have a newborn but my kids’ godparents just had a baby and at 9.5 lbs at birth did not fit in most newborn sized diapers.  He DID fit in these.  His parents were more than happy to help me check these out, and were very pleased with both the performance and the fit, and also the ease of use to fold the diaper below the umbilical stump.  I already shared that I was happy with the 3′s, and my 5 year old was pretty happy with the training pants.  (She’s since stopped wearing training pants to bed anymore, but didn’t complain about them being uncomfortable as she has with other bigger kid nighttime pants, and thought they felt soft).  I actually was really glad to find a more gentle overnight training pant for because she’s prone to UTI’s and the less chemicals near HER sensitive parts, the better.  

I also like that these diapers are plain in color and the only designs are on the waistband- and those are neutral designs.  The elastic is in the side panels holding the tabs which may not be something parents are used to if they are used to traditional disposables but easy to get used to.  

Onto the fun part- SEVEN of my winners will be winning from this giveaway!! Thank you Bambo Nature for their generosity!! Two Grand Prize Winners will get of a Case of Diapers.  5 Runner-Ups will winof a bag of Diapers. 

Mandatory Entry: Write two or three sentences expressing your interest in Chemical-Free & Safe Products or Eco-Friendly Products. Kyle, the sponsor of this giveaway, feels very strongly about his product and wants to gift these to someone who takes the time to write a thoughtful response.  Please please be sure to leave your email in your comment if it is not visible in your profile!

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This giveaway will end at midnight, EST on March 16, 2011.  Winners to be picked using random.org.  Winner has 48 hours from initial contact to respond or a new winner will be chosen. US Only.

I was provided with a sample of this to facilitate my review.  All opinions expressed within are my own.  


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