Eco Nappies Single Packs
Little & Brave Eco Nappies are super absorbent nappy inners that keep baby snug and dry. Designed to be used with a Little & Brave reusable fabric Snap Pant or Snap Wrap (outer), they are made from renewable plant-based materials and are commercially compostable.
The waterproof layer is breathable to help prevent sweating and the double elastic leg guards help prevent leakage. With no added perfumes, our soft-cloth feel nappies are also safe for baby’s sensitive skin. Made sustainably with FSC-certified wood pulp, a plant-based breathable biofilm and no oil-based plastics, they are kind on bottoms and gentle on the earth.
Our eco nappies can also be used in most modern cloth nappy covers or any close fitting garment which will fit the eco nappy snugly to the body. These are a great option for cloth families looking for a night alternative.
$21.80 – $23.95
Little & Brave Eco Nappies have been made with sustainable materials so that they minimize their impact on our environment, and have been designed to be composted in a commercial facility.
Our long-term goal is that our nappies be composted. Either Commercial or Home Composting (Wee Nappies only). Our Home Composting Process can be found here
However, it isn’t always possible or practical to do either.
If our nappies end up in landfill like all other disposables, we are confident that they are much less likely to cause harm long-term than any of conventional or partly-compostable competitors.
Little & Brave Eco Nappies contain NO oil-based plastic, NO heavy metals, NO bleach, NO chlorine, NO phthalates and NO perfume. We use only FSC-Certified wood and bamboo-fluff pulp.
We firmly believe that we are the best disposable nappy option.
Conventional disposables also leave behind oil-based plastics for future generations to deal with. This could impact New Zealand for decades or even centuries to come.
If you would like to help us bring commercial composting to your region please sign our petition to the Ministry for the Environment, to raise the profile of composting in New Zealand.