We believe our Biodegradable Nappies & Training Pants are the most advanced disposable nappies and training pants in the world. They are best for your baby; each nappy/pant has 54% less chemicals, and best for the planet; every nappy is 53% more bio-degradable than standard disposable nappies. With extra comfort for your baby and high performance, they are designed to last up to 12 hours.
We believe these are the world's most advanced environmentally friendly disposable nappies with premium performance, designed for superior comfort during an active day and to last for up to 12 hours to encourage a good night's sleep!
They use 54% less chemicals than standard disposable nappies and are kind to all babies; especially those with eczema or sensitive skin (try our Organic Baby Lotion and Organic Baby Wipes).
They form a naturally breathable layer against your baby's skin; the top sheet is made with natural cotton and cornstarch fibres.
If you like our nappies & training pants, we also make award winning Organic Baby Wipes (with loads of Organic Aloe Vera), Biodegradable Nappy Sacks, Organic Baby Lotion, Bubble Bath and Shampoo Bodywash that are all equally good for your baby and the environment.
10% of our profits go to charity - by buying these eco-disposable nappies you are supporting Baby Lifeline - a unique national charity offering loving care and support to pregnant mothers and newborn babies all over the UK. A percentage of our yearly profits go to this worthwhile charity.
Funds raised help to supply hospitals up and down the country with equipment ranging from digital weighing scales to major pieces of technology such as incubators and scanners.
We are committed to being carbon neutral. At beaming baby we want to leave the world a little bit better than we found it. By choosing organic goods from beaming baby, you have helped us convert several suppliers to organic. Organic products have a far smaller carbon footprint than conventional ones, mainly because they don't use chemical fertilisers. Chemical fertilisers have the biggest carbon impact in agricultural production.