Ever spent time playing with your baby and noticed red and blotchy skin where it touches the diaper? Or, have you found that certain lotions and creams cause irritation? Your baby’s skin might be sensitive, and your diaper of choice might be aggravating the issue.
Diaper manufacturers today use technologies to create types designed to either help them stay drier for longer, or make them more effective. There are also babies that only find problems in these innovations.
These often lead to diaper rash, which then leads to discomfort and tears. Diaper manufacturers have created options for those babies with both eczema and sensitive skin. We have found that the best of the bunch is The Honest Company Club Box Diapers.
Made from plant-based materials that make them eco-friendly, these hypoallergenic and hyper-absorbent diapers are made for babies with eczema and sensitive skin. Comfort is also guaranteed due to the elastic waistbands, stretchy side panels and fastening tabs. There’s also the cloud-like liner to comfort your baby’s delicate skin all while it works to keep moisture away. The diaper has a multi-layer design that offers protection from leaks — up to 17% of its weight. Lastly, the diaper’s bio-based core is made from sustainably harvested fluff pulp, which is comfortable for babies with eczema issues. The product itself is free from any latex, chlorine, fragrances or lotions that can potentially aggravate the skin.
The diaper holds a 4.5 star rating alongside rave reviews in Amazon, with satisfied parents writing that they think The Honest Company has made the best biodegradable diaper on the market, but also its product is a great choice for the budget-minded. The selling point, however, is just how effective these diapers are at keeping your baby’s sensitive skin rash and irritation-free, while multiple reviewers said the diapers are even softer than they used to be. The price point has also been praised.
We therefore recommend The Honest Company Club Box Diapers for protecting your baby’s sensitive skin from rashes, irritations or even eczema.
Article medically reviewed by Yvonne Stolworthy, MSN, RN
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