Diaper inserts

Merino wool and hemp cloth diapers inserts

Merino wool diaper inserts are a popular choice among parents who use cloth diapers for their babies. Merino wool, a natural fiber sourced from Merino sheep, is renowned for its exceptional qualities, making it ideal for diaper inserts. 

These wool inserts are made of 100% pure and soft merino wool.

Wool is the best at night. Merino wool is highly absorbent and can hold up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling wet. This keeps the baby's skin dry and comfortable. It wicks moisture away from the skin, reducing the risk of diaper rash.

You can use it for extra absorbency/waterproofing. This is a great strategy for leak prevention when a diaper cover is really worn out an starting to wick moisture through the fabric.

Wool is breathable, allowing air to circulate, which helps to regulate the baby's body temperature. This is especially useful in both hot and cold climates. Merino wool has natural antibacterial properties, which help to reduce odor and keep the diaper insert fresher for longer periods. Merino wool is much finer and softer than regular wool, making it gentle against a baby's sensitive skin. Being a natural and renewable resource, Merino wool is an environmentally friendly choice for diaper inserts.

Merino wool diaper inserts are highly valued for their natural absorbency, breathability, antibacterial properties, and overall comfort. They are an excellent choice for parents looking for an eco-friendly and effective cloth diapering solution, despite the higher initial cost and specific care requirements.

Hemp inserts are additional layers of absorbent material that can be added to cloth diapers to increase their absorbency. They are typically made from hemp fabric, which is known for its excellent absorbency and durability. Hemp inserts are a popular choice for parents who need extra absorbency for heavy wetters, overnight use, or during longer periods between diaper changes. Both hemp and organic cotton are natural, renewable fibers, making them eco-friendly choices for diapering. They're often grown without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, reducing environmental impact.

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