What are your nappies made from?

With 100% plant-based biodegradable back sheet and FSC certified chlorine-free wood pulp, we are taking
one small step to sustain the planet. Besides, it also has excellent performance: super-absorbent core can
keep surface dry, and triple elastic ear-patch can provide a snug fit.
Approximately 67% of the nappy is bamboo (biodegradable/plant-based).

The main components of Bamboo Fiber

The chemical components of bamboo fiber are mainly cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin, all of which belong to high glycan, accounting for more than 90% of the dry mass of the fiber.

Cellulose is the main component of bamboo fibril cells and is also the significance of its use as a textile fiber. Due to the age of bamboo, its cellulose content is also different, such as bamboo for 75%, 1 year for 66%, 3 years for 58%. The content of hemicellulose in bamboo fiber is generally 14%~25%, and the average content of bamboo is about 22.7%

What percentage of the nappy is biodegradable?

Approximately 67% of the nappy is biodegradable/plant-based (bamboo), and our small businesses FSC certified. (The Forest Stewardship Council certification covers the sustainable management of bamboo plantations).

There are no disposable nappies on the market that are 100% biodegradable – unfortunately, it’s not yet feasible to engineer certain aspects out, such as the plastic tabs and elastic seams theater in our nappies.

Why did you choose to make your nappies from bamboo?

For SO many reasons! Here’s 6:

1) Bamboo is a highly sustainable, fast-growing, and naturally renewable tree-like grass that doesn’t need pesticide or herbicide and requires very little water to grow.

2)It’s the fastest-growing grass, and can grow up to 119 cm in 24 hours!

3) It doesn’t require replanting after harvesting due to its vast root network.

4)It’s amazingly soft & comfy (perfect for your baby’s delicate skin).

5) It has antimicrobial properties which allow our nappies to contain no chemical nasties or skin-irritating ‘enhancers’ such as Chlorine, Latex, PVC, TBT,  Perfume, Lotions, or Phthalates.

6) It has natural Antibacterial qualities as well as being Hypoallergenic.


We’re proud to be an FSC certified company. The FSC (Forest Stewardship Council)certification covers the sustainable management of bamboo plantations.

How is the bamboo processed?

Our manufacturer in China manages bamboo processing. We couldn’t be prouder of the bamboo specialists we have partnered with in terms of their ethics, manufacturing quality, access to sustainable plant-based materials, health and safety accreditations, specialty equipment, and state of antitechnology.

Did you know OK-biobased?



OK-biobased is the environmental protection label for bio-based low-carbon products in Belgium.

After the manufacturer of biological products has obtained the certification,

the label can be attached to the outer package of the products or the products,

so as to distinguish it from common petrochemical products.

Are your nappies vegan?

Yes! They’re as vegan as a strong almond latte, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

How to use bamboo diapers properly?

Give the baby more tender care.

The structure of diapers

Take ECO BOOM Bamboo Baby Diapers as an example.


Three conditions can cause diaper rash

Mothers should pay attention to avoid

The harm that does not change a diaper in time can cause diaper rash easily

How to wear diapers?

There are 6 steps

STEP1:Before changing diapers for the baby, use baby wipes to carefully scrub the small butts clean, the direction had better be from top to bottom.

STEP2:Prepare a new diaper to roll out, raise the inside hem under your baby’s butt and lift it above your belly button.

STEP3:Release used diapers, baby may have pee and poop, if there is poop please dry the butts, pay attention not to pull legs, gently lift the baby’s butts out of dirty diapers.

STEP4:Carefully wipe the spot where the fecal stain is likely to remain, keep the diaper ruffles on edge, and lift the diaper above your belly button.

STEP5:Press down the edge of the diaper while pulling the waist sticker. The left and right sides should be symmetrically glued together. Press down the bottom of the diaper from the top and gently pull it upward from the root of the diaper.

STEP6:Finally, place your hands slightly over your crotch to make sure the diaper is raised to prevent side and back leaks.

The difference between diapers and pants

Understand their differences to know when the baby should use what kind of diapers

ECO BOOM Bamboo Baby Diaper

The waist no slack.

The glue is in the abdomen.

It’s hard to take the diaper off.

Suitable for 6.5-26 lbs baby.


ECO BOOM Bamboo Baby Pants

The waist is elastic.

The glue is on either side of the thigh.

 It’s training pants that can be worn and taken off at will.

After the age of the baby learning to walk can be used.

Our other Certificates

It is a tool for using market mechanisms to promote sustainable forest management.

It is the European Union’s security control certification, to ensure the most basic product security.

FDA has a huge influence in the United States and even the whole world.

It is the most authoritative and influential textile eco-label in the world.


Our baby diaper has been carefully tested to meet OK-biobased certification

We are committed to providing safer products for babies (o^^o)

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ECO BOOM 100%bamboo fiber baby diaper

We use 100% bamboo nonwoven natural materials to make a baby diaper that is biodegradable in just 75 days. Combined with naturally biodegradable side elastic ECO BOOM diapers, pants, and children’s wipes are durable, absorbent, and are the world’s most sustainable children’s products.


SGS certified a 61% biodegradability rate of 75 days.
. The bamboo used on both the top sheet and back sheet to reduce plastic waste by 30%.
No chlorine elements used during production.
. The outer polybag and carton box are fully biodegradable.
Only use FSC certified pulp and tissue for sustainable development.


I tried all the eco-friendly ones and these are great: thin, absorbent and cute.

Ruby Robertson


Tanya Martin: For the looks and the comfort yes, we would absolutely recommend Bamboo nappies. For the environmental aspect, we would do the same.

Tanya Martin

“They arrived very promptly, and so far have been great! We were previously using the same type of wipes supplied by a different company, but your wipes were priced better and are excellent.”

Matthew Biddle



We LOVE these wipes. I love being confident in what I’m putting on my babys body. They are soft, dont have any overpowering fragrances and they are durable.


Best disposable diapers I could find as an eco-friendly alternative to cloth diapering. We switched to these at 6 Mo and haven’t looked back!