The Abena Bambo Nature Diapers is a moderate absorbency baby diaper made of natural material that soothes a newborns skin instead of harshening it by some chemicals and unnatural absorbent materials. The bambo nature diapers have a high toleration of urine that will not leak out from the sides of the diaper but instead keep it contained. The Abena diapers also feature a wetness indicator to let you know when your baby needs a diaper changed, when babies sleep, you may not notice their fuss, they will sleep through it all - this can cause redness to the babies sensitive area which can be treated with baby powder but in the meantime, will make them relentless.
The smooth-to-the-touch cloth-like backing gives a better look and less of a swooshing noise other diapers tend to make because of the absence of cloth-type backing but instead have a polyethylene material. The design of the Abena diaper is neutral to babies regardless of gender and gives a clean, sleek, modern design to the traditional baby diapers we see.
The diapers are easy to hook on and detach, they are made of gripping adhesive and can stretch to a comfortable fit with a contouring shape unique to a babies body. There are elastic gathers that create a seal type when wearing the diaper, it can keep from some diaper content from getting out.
Product Features and Benefits
- Moderate Liquid Absorbency
- A Smooth, Cloth-Like Backing
- Fun Design for Babies
- Hook and Loop Fastening
- Elastic Gathers
- Manufacturer: Abena
- Brand: Bambo Nature
- Product SKU: 310131, 310132, 310163, 310164, 310165
- Absorbent Capacity: Moderate Absorbency
- Application: Diaper
- Backing Material: Cloth-Like Backing
- Color: Fun Graphics Print
- Fastener Type: Hook and Loop
- Gender: Unisex
- Leg Style: Elastic Gathers
- Size: Size 1
- Sizing Range: 4.5 to 9 Pounds
- Style: Tab Closure
- Topsheet Material: Fluff Topsheet
- Type: Contoured
- Usage: Disposable
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Abena Sub Brand Bambo Absorption Moderate
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