Bambo-Nature Diapers Review & Giveaway (CLOSED)

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Both of my children have incredibly sensitive skin. I hoped that E would not have the same sensitivity to diapers that my daughter had always had. We struggled to find a diaper that didn’t cause her to break out in a rash, and we were now having the same problem with him.

The first few months, E could wear any type of diaper that I purchased, and I tried to purchase ones with high backs for extra leak protection. But, I noticed that he was needing an overnight diaper around 8 months, and it all went down hill from there.

He started to get really bad diaper rashes, ones that would just not go away. I panicked. This was exactly what happened with his sister, and we were told she would always have the rashes until she was potty trained. E was too young to be potty trained, so I frantically started trying different brands. I stopped using the overnight diapers, and tried a whole bunch of diaper creams and wipes to try to sooth his bottom.

The different brands would sometimes make it worse, and sometimes seem to a help a little but not too much. E would cry whenever we changed his diaper, and we were frustrated that we couldn’t make the rash go away.

Then I found Bambo-Nature Diapers. I was immediately hopefully that these might help with this rash. I started to research the company, and quickly felt more and more positive about these diapers.

The first thing that I noticed was that Bambo-Nature Diapers carries the Nordic Swan Eco Label. I had no idea what this was, so I started to check it out. It basically means that these diapers were produced under the strictest of guidelines pertaining to the environment and consumers health, as well as ensuring that the end product was manufactured with no harmful chemicals, less waste, and more recycling.  All Nordic Swan Eco Label products MUST be of the same performance quality as those commercially produced goods that do not hold the Swan label. That means that these diapers must meet, or exceed,  the same performance standards as your main-stream diaper brands.

I loved that I could pronounce all of the materials used to create this diaper, and that it offered features that were not on the supermarket diapers. One of my favorites is the color changing letters on the front of the diaper (an easy way to tell when the diaper is wet) and that there is a breathable back sheet to help circulate air while the baby is wearing the diaper to help prevent irritation.

My absolute favorite fact that I learned about these diapers? They have been evaluated by both dermatologists and the Asthma & Allergy Association, and are proven to pose the smallest possible risk of causing allergy, eczema or skin-irritation to the user.

I knew that I HAD to try these diapers with E!!

I was so excited when they were delivered, that I immediately changed E into one. I loved the cute designs on the diapers, and that they fit just like his other ones did. The only real fit difference was the size – where he was growing out of a supermarket size 4, he fit perfectly in a Bambo size 3.

I have been using these diapers for a little over a month, and I absolutely LOVE them. I hardly get any leaks, and I was thrilled when the passed the over night test. My heavy wetter woke up in a dry bed – leak free! That is not something I can say about most diaper brands we have tried. And with  my biggest concern – E’s rash – I saw an improvement within a week of using these diapers. I was thrilled! He no longer cries because it hurts for us to wipe him, and I am happy knowing that I am not putting a product on my child that is causing him discomfort and pain.

I am also very happy to know that while my son is wearing diapers, I am helping the planet by choosing Eco-friendly disposables. Cloth diapers were not an option for us, and while I was concerned about all the waste that typical disposables produce, I wasn’t sure what my other options were. Now I know, and I am happy to help my son and my planet all at the same time.


Can’t wait to try these diapers??

All MomVantage readers will receive a 10% discount on their purchase of Bambo-Nature Diapers with Coupon Code: jessica


One Grand Prize winner will receive a case of Bambo-Nature Diapers.

Two Additional Winners will each receive a bag of Bambo-Nature Diapers.

To Enter:

Leave a comment, with a minimum of 3 sentences, explaining why it is important to you and your family to use an eco-friendly diaper.

The Grand Prize winner will be chosen based on this comment.

This is a mandatory entry, and MUST be done before any bonus entries will count.

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8.)  Enter one of my other giveaway! Leave a comment for each giveaway you entered – make sure you tell me which one you entered! :)

You must leave one comment per entry. No bonus entries will count until the mandatory entry is done.

This giveaway is open to US residents 18 and older and will close January 22, 2011 at 11:59 pm EST.

The winner for the grand prize will be chosen by Kyle Sather, the sponsor of this giveaway, and myself based on the mandatory comment. The two additional winners will be chosen via and contacted through e-mail. Winners will have 48 hours to respond to the e-mail or a new winner will be chosen.

Good Luck!

This giveaway is CLOSED.

The winner of the GRAND PRIZE CASE is:

Comment #67: Brett

The winners of the BAG of diapers are:

Comment# 32: Libby

Comment # 80: Jessica B



I was provided with these diapers at no cost in exchange for this review. All opinions expressed are my own and 100% honest. I am in no way offering medial advice in treating diaper rash, nor am I claiming that these diapers will cure diaper rash, I am simply stating that they worked for us and our particular situation.

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    pamela james says:

    There is about a gazillion diapers in landfill today.
    I used cloth diapers for my first child because, 1. I didn’t have the money to buy diapers and 2. The ecology is very important. I brought a human into this world with the hope that the earth would still be here for him to live in.

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    Sarah says:

    Its important to me to use eco friendly diapers because we don’t want to have to live with non biodegradable products in landfills for years and years to come. Animals can also ingest the chemicals in them, and im sure it cant be safe. We already use a “green” diaper due to my daughter getting boils.. yes boils… on her bum from a certain name brand diaper. Because bamboo is such a renewable resource and provides 35% more oxygen than other plants and trees this means, a lot less waste in our landfills for years to come…id love to try these. hope this ramble made sense!

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    “going green” is a HUGE deal to my family. we have 5 small kids and so we fell like the least we can do is educate them about how to take care of this planet that God has given us. we have eliminated ALL paper prodeucts from our kitchen and that was a huge step. it feels GREAT! we had our youngest 2 in cloth diapers for quite some time, but when our youngest son got potty trained, we never bought the next size cloth for our daughter. these diapers would be PERFECT!

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    Brett says:

    As a mom, its really important to me to use eco-friendly diapers on my kids’ since they all have sensitive skin. Its also something that matters to me because if we don’t stop abusing the earth, the legacy I leave my children is not a good one. As a person inhabiting the earth I strongly feel we should ALL be taking any steps we can to minimize what we add to our earth and atmosphere in terms of chemicals and work hard to consciously make choices to use things that won’t harm our earth or our bodies.

    I will tell you that I did used to use regular diapers, whatever I could find the cheapest, with my first daughter, and for 8 months with my second child, a son. One day I kind of started thinking about how exactly diapers are made and that really nothing in nature is made TO BE that abosrbant, because one of my son’s diapers broke and the little gel beads spilled out. There has not been a traditional cloth diaper in my house since that moment- I gave my stash away and bought the best options I could find that were near me- but honestly, I’m still not satisfied as I’m 17 months in with my third child- many of the “natural” diapers are just chlorine free which IS a step in the right direction but the chemicals are still present. I’ve watched kids get horrible rashes from diapers. I would love to try these!! I have my baby in diapers and her sister in pullups.

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    Jessica B says:

    We go through so many diapers and that adds up to alot in landfills. Eco friendly diapers seem to be a better choice not only for our world BUT for my kids. Also I wanted to cloth diaper but hubby wants disposable so this is like meeting in the middle.

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    We currently DONT use eco-friendly diapers and I always feel guilty about all the diapers I throw in the trash. An eco-friendly diaper sounds like a good choice for those who dont want to go to the cloth diapers route too. Good for our family & for the Earth!

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    It is important to me & my family to use an eco-friendly diaper because we need to do all we can to make less garbage. We care about the environment and want to make sure baby’s not contributing to the problem. Cloth diapers are too time-consuming for us so an eco-friendly diaper is an excellent alternative!

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