Only top-quality materials are used for the production of Japanese diapers; therefore, the cases of diaper rash or dermatitis are especially rare even though the baby’s skin is sensitive.
Closer to nature
Only ecologically clean and safe materials which do not contain formaldehyde, phthalates and chlorine compounds are used in production; no unnecessary additives such as aromas or lotions (even less so synthetic ones) are used.
Soft, fluffy and breathing
Touch Japanese diapers and you will make sure that the quality of the even most popular diapers manufactured in West Europe fall far short of Japanese ones. The fabric of the internal layer felted from extremely thin fibers is very soft, fluffy and absorbs liquid quickly; therefore, the baby’s bum stays dry.
No “chemical” odour
An exceptional feature of Japanese diapers: they have no “chemical” odour which becomes especially pungent when diapers are full. Such odour-emitting substances or aromas for masking unpleasant smells are not used for the production of Japanese diapers.
Thin and soft
We are used to thinking that ecological diapers are thick and stiff; however, thickness of Japanese diapers for newborns is merely 3 mm but their liquid-absorbing characteristics are excellent. They are thin and soft, do not pinch or rub sensitive skin and this lets the baby feel not only dry but also comfortable.