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Eco-Friendly & Sustainable

Cloth Diaper Brands

Black Owned Cloth Diaper Brands

Shop with these Black-Owned entrepreneurs when building your cloth diaper stash. These men and women strive to create incredible products that are worthy of stash love.

5 Perks of Shopping with a Retailer

Curious about why you should shop with a cloth diaper retailer instead of a big box store or a online giant. Here’s 5 incredible reasons to continue to shop small business. 

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Which cloth diaper is best for you and your family? Take this simple quiz to find out today

The Most Eco-Friendly Diapers

Not all cloth diapers have sustainablity as a core value, and not all cloth diapers are eco-friendly. Many lists suggest that just because a diaper is reusable, that it is sustainable. But that’s simply not true. We know from conversations with cloth diaper brands that much work needs to be done to improve the sustainability of cloth diapering.

 When we look at the story of a product manufacturer, we can quickly identify that the creatio of a cloth diaper could use improvement.  Many brands now use eco-friendly materials, reduce textile waste, swap out bamboo for hemp, or consider the sustainability of their product packaging in delivering eco-friendly diaper options.

This list identifies cloth diaper brands who are going above and beyond to be more sustainable and more ecofriendly. They don’t just create cloth diapers, they change what it means to be a sustainable brand in 2021.

You can learn more about these brands and their mission on their website, through their socials, or check out their podcast episodes with the Cloth Diaper Podcast.

Kittens by Blueberry Cat Cloth Diaper

Small Shop

CooperRose is a small shop cloth diaper made in the United States with a strong passion for sustainability. This eco-friendly cloth diaper brand goes above and beyond to ensure that the environmental impact of manufacutering is kept at a minimal through creative use of a local seamstresses and low-impact textiles. 

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Listen to the Cooper Rose Story on the Podcast – Coming Soon

Omaiki AIO

Pocket Diaper

Baba + Boo is a UK brand focused on the reducing the impact of single use plastics through their sustainable pocket cloth diaper. In the past year, they have sought out new factories and textiles to meet changing environmental standards. Their brand mission gives back to charities to continue to support their communities

Listen to the story on the Cloth Diaper Podcast Here

 

Sourced in the USA

Thirsties Diapers is a Made in the USA brand that goes above and beyond to ensure their products remain local. This made in Colorado brand sources up to 90% of it’s materials from the United States including it’s organic cotton. This locally sourced diaper reduces the impact of manufacturing and shipping through these practices. 

 

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Tots Bots

Recycled PUL

This made in the UK brand is easily accessible around the globe. Tots Bots was one of the first cloth diaper brands to switch to a recycled PUL made from plastic bottles. This initiative, plus others in textile transparency, give Tots Bots an eco-friendly diaper support.

Find this brand at a Cloth Diaper Retailer around the world, including LagoonBaby in Canada

 

Imagine Baby

Made in Canada

The passionate women behind Omaiki strives for a eco-friendly product. Not only does their low-waste store provide sustainable shopping, but their original cloth diaper products remain manufactured in Quebec using as many Quebec-based textiles to ensure a low-impact product.

Geffen Baby - Best Hemp Inserts -

Sustainable Inserts

We’re not talking sustainable cloth diapers if we don’t talk about Hemp Diapers and the incredible agricultural benefit of hemp.

Geffen Baby is a Made in the USA hemp manufacturer with a focus on creating incredible textiles that can support cloth diaper users in reaching peak absorbency.

Read the Interview with Sharona, Co-Owner of Geffen Baby

Find this brand at a Cloth Diaper Retailer around the world, including LagoonBaby in Canada

 

Tots Bots

Social Sustainabilty

Bebeboo Diapers strives to reduce their environmental impact while recognizing the incredible role they play in supporting social sustainabilty. We recognize the transparency that Bebeboo Diapers offers in trying to create an eco-friendly product that changes the world

Listen to the story on the Cloth Diaper Podcast

 

Imagine Baby

Up & Coming

Esembly Baby diapers is an eco-friendly line up for new parents. This simpe two-step diaper sources reclyced PUL, organic cotton, and even manufactures a sustainable washing powder that works!

Learn the story on the podcast

GroVia AIO

Less Plastic

Check out Weeking Diapers, an Estonia brand, and their diaper that ditches elastics, and opts for a low-plastic design. This is just one of many fantasic cloth diapers that strives to reduce the plastic impact.

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Other Cloth Diaper Brands to Explore

Lili Diapers - Emilie from Les Confections Lili joins the Cloth Diaper Podcast to share her cloth diaper brand story as a WAHM from Quebec

Les Confections Lili

This Canadian Cloth Diaper Brand, Les Confections Lili, is passionate about using Hemp with their diapers knowing that hemp textiles are one of the most-sustainable products available. 

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Imagine Baby

US Retailer

Looking for a wide selection of eco-friendly cloth diaper brands that supports you in finding a sustainable cloth diaper journey – then you gotta shop with Green Mountain Diapers. 

GroVia AIO

Wool

HumBird Wool goes above and beyond in continuing to reduce their environmental impact and seek out sustainable wool products. The team at HumBird is a must-have addition to your stash.

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Professional Cloth Diaper Educator

Bailey brings 5+ years of cloth diapering experience and conversation to the cloth diaper space. She's not just your every day mom blogger sharing her experience - Bailey is immersed in the cloth diaper community learning from other parents and growing as an individual. She wants to find the cloth diaper solution that truly works for you.

Bailey believes we need to stop and listen to cloth diapering parents. We need to recognize our own bias and preferences and focus on solutions that work for you, not us. The Cloth Diaper community needs to recognize the privilege of being able to cloth diaper, and provide spaces for more conversations and stories.

Cloth diapering is not about rules but about our own strength as parents to do the best we can for our children with the resources available.

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