Bamboo diapers are better for your wallet and the planet
The average baby will use 5,000 to 6,000 diapers before they are toliet trained. According to a report from the EPA, disposable diapers make up about 7% of nondurable household waste. DYPER, bamboo diapers, are addressing this environmental issue.
Diapers from DYPER have no latex, alcohol, chlorine, lotion, phthalates or TBT. They’re not printed, not scented and non-toxic for the baby in any way. DYPER are made out of fibers from responsibly-sourced bamboo. Also, they’re packed in bags made with oxo-degradable materials. They can be returned to DYPER using the Redyper service. With each delivery through the Redyper service, DYPER purchases carbon offsets to aid with reforestation efforts.