Can we just stop and admire how adorable these Kit & Kin nappies? I must admit that the designs were what originally attracted me to them, how cute is the little fox?!
As you may know I used cloth nappies with my first baby and always at least try to make eco choices as often as I can when it comes to baby bits and bobs, especially nappies.
Did you know the average nappy will take about 500 years to biodegrade? That means the nappies we use now will still be around when our great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great grandchildren are having babies. Pretty worrying isn’t it? Kit & Kin nappies are made using sustainable materials and will biodegrade in 3-6 years. Bit of a difference right?
They contain significantly less chemicals than your average nappy which means they’re super gentle even for newborn and eczema prone babies.
The design totally makes it for me though, who doesn’t want a little lion bum? It’s actually a tiger but it definitely looks more like a lion to me. The elasticated stretch panel at the back makes them even more comfortable for baby and also gives them better poonami containing skills.
Downsides are they only go up to size 5  and cost £9.99 a pack which makes them just that little bit more pricey (okay a lot more). I tend to find that a reoccurring thing with eco friendly things but I guess it takes that little bit more care and attention to make products that are kinder to our planet so is it all that much thinking big picture wise?
What are your thoughts on eco friendly baby products?


  1. August 9, 2017 / 9:16 am

    wow that is a heck of a difference in biodegradable years! These look great!

  2. August 9, 2017 / 10:09 am

    I have seen this brand a few times now, the design is adorable. It still shocks me though at the stats for the time it takes for normal nappies to decompose!x

  3. August 9, 2017 / 5:14 pm

    I love the idea of these but I wish there was a huge change where these were the norm and they were cheaper. I've been considering cloth for awhile now because I hate all the waste.

  4. August 9, 2017 / 8:07 pm

    These are so cute! That timescale is almost unbelievable, so I can appreciate the work that goes into making eco friendly products, therefore the price being higher. I don't think the price would put me off, it's purely the fact they only go up to size 5. I feel like we'd just get used to them and then we'd have to change. Maybe one day they'll make bigger sizes!

  5. August 9, 2017 / 8:49 pm

    How cute are these, a little fashionable nappy!! That time scale is terrifying though!

  6. August 10, 2017 / 8:53 am

    I love the design, but I'll always be swayed by price!xo

  7. September 27, 2017 / 10:26 am

    I was shocked too! I used cloth with my first and the comparison in bin space to a baby in disposables is crazy!

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