Made responsibly. Naturally!
Carefully selected raw materials
Fluff: the wood fibers in the absorbent core is called “fluff”. Fluff is a soft absorbent material from sustainable and well managed FSC™(Forest Stewardship Council)-certified forests where no more trees are felled than the forest can replicate. Our fluff is Totally Chlorine Free (TCF) for your baby’s safety.
SAP: is short for “super absorbent polymer”. SAP is the key component of the absorbent core and what keeps your baby comfortable and dry. The SAP we use is approved by the Nordic Swan Ecolabel and completely safe for your baby’s skin.
Less is more
Having trouble getting the diapers out of the bag? We did that on purpose! Our diapers are famous for their performance and to make them super comfortable for your child, they are as thin and light as they can be. This enhances the child’s freedom of movement, enables us to fit more diapers in a bag and transport fewer boxes. And you can carry home fewer diaper bags from the supermarket. At the same time, we only use as little raw materials as needed in our diapers. In that way, we do not use more raw materials than necessary nor compromise on performance or comfort.
No added nonsense!
Healthy babies are happy babies and your baby’s health is one of our main concerns. Therefore, we do not use any substances that are known to be harmful to health or environment like organotins, phthalates, or polyvinyl chloride. And we do not add any substances known to be an allergen or classified as skin irritating.
Bambo Nature diapers are made at our production site in Denmark on highly advanced machines that ensure minimal overall energy consumption. We continue to work with energy optimization and always strive to do even better. Here are some of our achievements:
- Today, 100% of our electricity consumption is covered by renewable energy
- Since 2009, we have reduced total CO2-emissions by 62.1%
- In 2019, 85.4% of our production waste was collected and sold to recycling companies to be repurposed and transformed into new products
Dry and healthy baby skin!
Bambo Nature diapers are equipped with a wetness indicator making it fast and easy for you to see when it’s time to change your baby’s diaper. When you change diapers at the right intervals, you minimize the risk of diaper rash, save unnecessary trips to the changing table, and generate less waste. Win-win!
Recyclable packaging and boxes
Our diaper bags consist of 30% post-consumer recycled raw materials meaning that less virgin plastic is needed in manufacturing. The recycled materials originates from consumer household plastic-waste that is carefully cleaned and sorted by grade. The bag should be recycled with other plastic waste.
Our boxes are FSC™-certified (Forest Stewardship Council) and are produced with a minimum of 50 % recycled material.
Thinking and acting responsibly has always been part of the Bambo Nature DNA and it’s only natural for us to work hand-in-hand with our suppliers to ensure that each diaper is not only safe for your child, but also for nature. Our door is always open to third-party inspections and we work with globally recognized certification agencies to offer you the best eco-friendly baby diapers.
*CO2 emissions cover electricity, gas and oil and are calculated based on Energinet's and the Danish Energy Agency's standard factors. Calculations of kWh electricity to kg CO2 are based on Energinet's Environmental Declaration. Calculations from l oil and kg gas to kg CO2 are based on the Danish Energy Agency's standards for calorific values and emission factors.
FSC™ (Forest Stewardship Council) is an international non-governmental organization dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management worldwide. FSC™-certified products are made from raw materials from well-managed forests and responsible sources. The label’s traceability and integrity are upheld through stringent control measures, and by choosing FSC™-certified products, you help take care of forests and the people and wildlife that call them home. To learn more, visit www.fsc.org.