Hemp & Bamboo All in One. (model arriving will have matching pul back flap)
Perfect for those times when you just want to grab the nappy and go.
The Actual nappy is made up of two layers of hemp in the entire wet zone.
Then we have the Z soaker, this is not only fantastic for those heavy wetters, it also forms a lovely soft and comfortable double gusset. This is due to the elasticated frilly sides that curl around the legs.
The Z soaker is sewn into one end and snapped into the other. The reason behind this, is so the soaker can hang out to dry making the drying time more efficient. The soaker is made up of 3 layers hemp, 1 bamboo and topped with beautiful soft stay dry coffee fibre fleece.
So you have 6 layers of super absorbent material.
This also has the advantages of 4 rise adjustments so you can alter the size accordingly.
Soft elastic around the legs.
You can also purchase separately our Z booster. This booster consists of 2 layers of hemp and being hour glasses shaped fits beautifully under the Z soaker where it can snap into place either end.
Here Is the best part. This entire nappy is lined with super soft coffee fibre fleece. It’s amazing at staying dry and absorbing all of the wet through its layer. Super soft against babies skin and antibacterial to boot.
Coffee fibre fabric is produced similar to bamboo. Using high pressure with low temperature and coffee grounds spun into a yarn. This process is eco-friendly, because it has a low energy operation in which the original product was once believed to be waste and can now be recycled into useful fabrics.
The result of using this process gives you a soft, light and flexible and water resistant. It is has activated carbon which will help wick water away and keep skin cool.
It can bind unpleasant odours, which is a must with nappies.
This effect occurs because coffee fibres contain a large amount of pores, which expand and grow when it is roasted. These pores will help to quicken moisture away from the service, which it does more effectively than other PET (polyethylene terephthalate) fabrics.
Other Experiments that have been performed on coffee have found it has natural anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties it contains.
In one study it was even found to have an active effect against the growth of nasties such as e.coli, listeria and salmonella to name a few.
It can also dry up to 200 times faster then cotton.