The most accredited eco nappy
Better for your baby
Better for our world
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Beauty without bunnies
Kit & Kin are proud to be a member of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). By purchasing cruelty-free products you can help save a number of animals from excruciating tests and a lifetime of suffering.
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Best Nappy Design
Best Disposable Nappy
Best New Brand to the Market
Absolute Design Award
Best Babies Toiletries Collection
Best Eco Nappies
Best Infant Product
Best Disposable Nappy
Best Baby Essential
Best Performance Disposable Nappy
“We love new eco-friendly brand Kit & Kin’s online nappy subscription service.”
- Mother & Baby
“I’ve been searching for an eco-friendly nappy that actually works for years and this is the answer. Thank you Kit & Kin!”
- My Baba
“Really good nappies for your baby and amazing for the environment. Their baby wipes are excellent too. We’ve tried so many different brands but this is the best.”
- Timea P.
“These nappies are fantastic! Environmentally friendly and perform as well as any well-known brand! I’ve been using them for 9 months now and am really happy with the quality!”
- Olya T.
Our commitment to you
Inner lining: 100% sustainable materials
Leg cuffs: 100% sustainable materials
Waistband: All round stretch
Absorbent core: Totally chlorine free FSC® certified fluff pulp and bio-based SAP
Packaging: 100% sustainable
Eco nappies or eco nappy pants?
Many parents often wonder when to switch from nappies to nappy pants. The truth is that this is completely down to your personal preference as a mum or dad, but we would love to help you figure out what those preferences are. So what is the difference between our eco nappies and our eco nappy pants?
Nappies have tabs on the side and open up completely. This is handy when you want to quickly change a wet nappy without taking off baby’s trousers and shoes, and it also means that the nappy is re-sealable.
Our eco nappy pants on the other hand have stretchy, tearaway sides. Simply pull them up like pants and take them off by tearing them open on the sides. They are useful for confidence building while potty training because they will allow your little one to pull down the nappy themselves and use the potty without any help from mum and dad. Additionally, parents of particularly wriggly, active babies often opt for nappy pants at a much younger age because they find them quick and easy to put on.