Saturday, October 13, 2012

Bio-Baba Review and Giveaway

I was recently given the pleasure of reviewing a diaper from an awesome company.  Bio-Baba from Africa sent us two of their “nappies”; one for review and one to giveaway to one of you!

After washing and prepping my Bio-Baba diaper, I put it on my son.  While I loved the fit on him, I did notice that they say it’s a one-size diaper, but there are no snaps in the front for adjusting the rise.  While this is normally a big issue because my son has super skinny legs and leaks out of a lot of diapers, I was very pleasantly surprised when he wore the diaper for two hours with no leaks!  I was also very impressed with how tight I could get the hook and loop straps around his waist.

Not only did the diaper hold up well, I love how it is designed.  As you can see by the picture, it is an AIO with an extra pad you can stuff exactly where you need it.  For our heavy wetter we placed the pad in the front and it worked great!

For being an AIO diaper, it also dries very quickly.  (We hang all of our diapers up and throw the inserts in the dryer.)  I noticed that after just a few hours of the diaper hanging up it was already dry and this is very rare for AIO’s and the main reason I almost never choose them.  This was a big bonus!
Not only do their diapers work well and look super cute, they also donate some of their proceeds to Save The Elephants in Africa.  I love when a company that has a great product helps others out!

Are you ready to win one of your own?  Bio-Baba sent me a zebra print diaper to giveaway!  Just enter below and good luck :) 

This review was written by Katy

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  1. I learned they're locally made so as to minimize their carbon footprint

  2. I learned their nappies can be used as a swim diaper, too.

  3. I learner that they donate some of their proceeds to save the elephants in Africa!

  4. i learned from your review it dries quickly!

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  5. commented on 'detergent for cloth diapers' post

  6. Love it can be used so many ways but not take long to dry like most like these do.

  7. I love/learned they donate some of their profit to Save the Elephants in Africa! I wish more companies did charitable things!

  8. They primarily market to South Africans and make them right there. I think that's neat because I would imagine American made diapers would be unavailable to South Africans.

  9. I learned that they are made in South Africa.
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  10. Hi Nikki. Thanks for your review. The nappy we sent you was a large nappy which is suitable for 10kg+ babies...our OSFA nappies also have poppers on the front.