Diapers with a story
Diapers with a story (*)
HappyBear diapers - Good for your baby and good for the future.
A better future
Every decision you make determines what your future will be like. So does the future of your children. On average, each child wears more than 5,400 nappies, nearly 5 a day, before potty training. One child using disposable diapers creates 50 pounds of waste per month. Thankfully, more and more parents are opting for washable nappies, and so our impact is growing - or rather, shrinking!
HappyBear - Together we can change the world
Good for your baby
Washable diapers difficult? Not at all. Thanks to the easy closure, you can diaper your baby in a few seconds. You can adjust the size with the snaps on the front. So you can use the diaper from birth until your child can go potty. You'll never need to buy new diapers again. That saves time and money.
Good for your wallet
The initial investment may be higher, but over the whole period you save a significant amount compared to disposable diapers. On average, washable diapers save €1,000 on a single child! And if you also use the washable diapers for a second child, the costs are of course much lower.
Your needs are important to us
We've listened to what you think is important. That's why our washable diapers are tailored to your needs:
- High quality
- tested and rated by "real" parents
- made from the finest materials
- highest possible absorbency
- unique art prints
Washable diapers, why should you?
- Washable diapers are less prone to allergic reactions because they are made from natural materials like cotton, bamboo and hemp.
- HappyBear diapers are of high quality
- washable diapers produce less residual waste (365 kg)
- washable diapers cause less CO2 emissions (49%)
- Children who use washable diapers use the potty earlier
- washable diapers are cheaper than disposable diapers (on average €1,000 for the entire diapering period)
- HappyBear diapers have the most beautiful unique art prints
(*) Translated from the original text by the WikoBaby team. Click on the link below to view the original Dutch text;