Our environmentally friendly disposable nappies or eco nappies are produced using sustainable, and biodegradable materials. Not only is this better for the earth, but it’s also better for your baby because they contain fewer nasties.
Our materials were meticulously selected considering the delicate skin of babies. The top sheet is made up of super soft, feather-touch material that is gentle on your baby’s bottom.
Another main feature of a Snugberi® nappy is absorption. It can hold more liquid than other traditional diapers.
Snugberi® diapers are dermatologically tested and safe for the babies' skin.
Sustainable nappies – such as Snugberi® nappies – are great for little ones because they have zero harsh chemicals. Unlike other brands, Snugberi® nappies have none of the following chemicals, which can cause longer-term health problems and skin issues for babies:
☘️ Optical whiteners
☘️ Non-biodegradable plastic
☘️ Fire retardants
At Snugberi®, we’ve removed all of these, so your precious baby’s delicate skin is only exposed to the softest, gentlest, most natural biodegradable materials.What is FSC certified wood pulp (fluff)
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), is a non-profit organization that sets very high standards to make sure that forestry is practiced in an environmentally responsible and socially beneficial manner.
The FSC certification is considered the "gold standard" for wood harvested from forests.What is right size of the diaper for my baby?
The chart below will help you to choose a diaper size based on your baby's weight. If there are some signs of an improper fit, such as leakage, a rash or a red mark along the sides of your baby's hips, this means you should consider changing the size.
What is a diaper rash?
In general, babies have very new skin and developing immune systems. Their skin is sensitive and susceptible to many sources of irritation or infection.
Various reasons for a diaper rash include-A) Leaving a wet or dirty diaper on for too long
*Consult a doctor if your child becomes difficult or seems to be in pain related to their diaper rash.
How often do we have to change baby diapers?
For starters, be assured that your baby will give you plenty of practice in changing diapers 😉
A baby urinates upto 20 times a day and you may need to change the diaper every 2 to 3 hours.
Snugberi® diapers have a wetness indicator which will help you to decide when to do a nappy change.
Poopy diapers should be changed as soon as it is clear that your baby has done the big job. But, in general, if you spot a wet or soiled diaper, immediately change it to avoid irritation or infection.
It is always advisable to change your baby’s diaper before bedtime so that he/she can sleep peacefully.
What is a Wetness indicator?
Wetness indicator are the vertical yellow lines visible on the outer sheet of the diaper. Indicator reacts to moisture changing the line colour from yellow to blue. This suggests it is time for a diaper change. Frequent urination is a good indicator that a baby is getting enough milk or formula to thrive and grow.
What does a Dermatest® certification mean?
Dermatest® is an internationally recognised company based out of Germany. In simple words, they test products for dermatological tolerance. Dermatest® research and evaluate products by applying dermatological and scientific methods, with the aim of rendering products safer in use.
Snugberi® is dermatologically tested.
What does a PETA certification mean?
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world. The cruelty-free certification is designated for any company that comply with PETA assurance verifying that they and their suppliers do not conduct, commission, or pay for any tests on animals for their ingredients, formulations, or finished products
Snugberi® is PETA certified.
What does biodegradable mean?
Biodegradable material can be defined as a material which can be decomposed by bacteria or other natural organisms and not be adding to pollution. Biodegradable wastes are such waste materials which are and can be degraded by natural factors. Microorganisms and other abiotic factors together break down complex substances into simpler organic matters. The whole process is natural which can be rapid or slow. Therefore, the environmental issues and risks caused by biodegradable wastes are low.