New BabyLove nappies feature organic cotton, PEFC-certified pulp

Karen Pham

Karen Pham

BabyLove

BabyLove, the Australian baby care brand, has released a range of premium eco-diapers, Beyond by BabyLove nappies. 

Produced in 100 per cent solar-powered factories using soft organic cotton and PEFC-certified pulp from sustainably managed forests, the latest product is designed to provide the best comfort for babies with additive-free, hypoallergenic materials.

New BabyLove nappies feature organic cotton, PEFC-certified pulp

“It’s great to see BabyLove making a solid commitment to reducing the environmental impact of its products through considered manufacturing and the use of eco-friendly materials,” said Simon Dorries, CEO of the Australian National Governing Body for PEFC.

“PEFC, the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification, is the world’s largest forest certification system. Beyond by Babylove is PEFC-certified, tracing materials from forests that support sustainable forest management and meet the needs of future generations,” he said.  

According to the company, these nappies also use jojoba, rice, and olive oils to provide all-day moisturisation and protection against irritation and inflammation. 

Michael Joel, marketing and strategy manager for BabyLove, described Beyond by BabyLove nappies as a game-changer for Australian parents.

“These hypoallergenic soft nappies are not just perfect for protecting bub’s sensitive skin and eco-friendly, but they are actually more technologically advanced than any of our existing nappies,” he said. 

Karen Pham

Karen Pham

Karen Pham is a marketing and branding enthusiast with a major in legal English. Based in Ho Chi Minh City, she is a contributor to Viable.Earth.

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