{WIN!!!} A Pack Of Guilt-Free Bambo Nappies

Waste and the disposal there-of, is problem word-wide. In South Africa our landfill sites have reached crisis point and a drastic re-think on how waste is managed is urgently required. As consumers we need to make ourselves aware of these issues because we cannot continue to extract more than the natural world can give back.

Disposable nappies are a good place to begin… With the birth of your baby comes the birth of a greater sense awareness of their future world. Each baby goes through an average 5000 – 6000 changes – that amounts to a mountain of waste if you are using disposables.

When Knox was born, I really tried to go the cloth nappy way – it just was not for me. It did not work out for us, and little did I know that there were other alternatives out there.

Mother Nature Products has introduced the awarding winning eco-friendly Bambo disposable nappies to their range for parents like me. It is the perfect disposable nappy solution for parents who care about the environment.


Bambo Nature Nappies features environmentally friendly state-of-the-art raw materials enabling them to produce a slim and comfortable baby nappy without compromising its absorbance. They offer the convenience of the throwaway diaper with the added benefits of a sustainable material. It also offers a number of health benefits, such as:

• chemical free: most bamboo disposable diapers do not need chemicals

• absorbance: bamboo naturally absorbs a lot of weight

• sustainability: the main material is sustainable and renewable, therefore completely eco-friendly

• biodegradable: it won’t sit in the landfill for hundreds of years.

Want to win a pack of Bamboo Disposable Diapers to try for yourself? Just follow the easy Rafflecopter steps below!

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36 thoughts on “{WIN!!!} A Pack Of Guilt-Free Bambo Nappies

  1. Catherine says:

    We have managed to do cloth nappies full-time with my 13 month old. However, there are some times like being on holiday where it is easier to use disposables. These would be perfect!

  2. Debbie T says:

    My 2 very best friends use cloth…I think I am the lazy one. They make it look so easy and those cute little cloth bums with the gorgeous designs on!

  3. Jaclyn Holmes says:

    I haven’t used Cloth nappies as yet but I am expecting baby number 2 in June. I would love to give cloth nappies and some more eco friendly options a try.

  4. Emma Churchyard says:

    I’m expecting in July and am hoping to get the cloth nappy thing right! But am keen for some eco friendly disposables for the early days while still figuring everything out…these look perfect! 😉

  5. Soraya Mohideen says:

    I’ve been a cloth nappy mommy from (nearly) the start of my toddler’s diapering days until she potty trained in March. I’d love to continue but with the water crisis I’ve been wondering how to go about that. This is the answer! I would be sure to dispose of them properly to reduce the landfill waste while the nappies break down, no plastic for me!

  6. Dane says:

    If I didnt work full time, I would probably use cloth… but as things are, I can barely keep up with my housework (I dont have a helper) as it is, and most days I dont get around to doing all the washing, so disposables are ensuring my baby’s bum is dry

    • Karla says:

      I work full time and I don’t have helper and I manage cloth full time on my toddler of almost 20 months. I think it’s about if you really want to do it, otherwise you will manage to find excuses. I also breastfed for a full year in spite of going back to work full time when my baby was 5 months old. It’s too easy to give up when things become tough. I think they should put an extra tax on disposables. It makes me sick to see the parents walking out with MOUNTAINS of Huggies and Pampers when they go to MamaMagic, those nappies will still be polluting the environment long after our grandkids are out of diapers!!!

  7. stephanie says:

    I am using both cloth and disposables, the cloth is easy to do when where home and so much better then when my mom used the old fashion ones now there so improved and easier to use now

  8. Chantal says:

    I used cloth nappies with both my first and now my second but disposable is much easier for when you go on holiday 😁

  9. Simóne Human says:

    As a working Mom, disposable nappies are a huge help. These would be great to try as in our household we are always striving to reduce our waste.

  10. Lizanne says:

    Love cloth nappies… but I’m reality I only used them properly with my eldest two… with the third one I use occasionally, and with the next one I hope to be using them properly.

  11. Odette says:

    First time I’ve heard of bamboo nappies. Glad to hear they’re an eco friendly alternative with the convenience of normal disposable nappies.

  12. Dawn says:

    Would have loved to use cloth nappies with my baby unfortunately living in Cape Town with terrible water restriction it just has not been a option so these bamboo nappies would be amazing gilt free option to try out.

  13. Dhesh says:

    I love the Eco friendliness of cloth but it would not have worked for me with the washing and getting daycare on board.

  14. Samantha says:

    I used cloth nappies foe 3 years with my special needs son and plan on using when we have baby no 3. Guilty free disposables would be awesome to use for those emergency moments

  15. Andrea says:

    I have tried cloth nappies as it’s easier on the environment but it is a lot more work in terms of washing and sanitizing. I would love to win this as I am currently pregnant and I have a 19 month old.

  16. Lynn Botha says:

    I did not go the cloth route.. I never gave it a try though, I probably should have, but at the time, it just wasn’t for me.

  17. Bev Oelofse says:

    These would be awesome for my friend who is having a baby in September. She would love to go the cloth nappy route but is worried about the water situation

  18. Rushannah Job says:

    This are so fresh. So many diapers end up in the landfills and this would be awesome to minimize environmental problems.

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