KIT & KIN the sustainable, B Corp certified family brand co-founded by Spice Girl Emma Bunton is celebrating the power of choice for Reusable Nappy Week 2024 (22nd – 28th April). 

The Kit & Kin cloth nappy is one of the most eco-friendly on the market, with every nappy rescuing two plastic bottles from landfill. The core is made with soft, natural fabrics, ensuring that baby’s bottom only comes into contact with plant-based materials – keeping baby dry for up to 12 hours. In true Kit & Kin style, these reusable cloth nappies are utterly adorable too, available in three gorgeous designs including a tiger, fox and zebra,

Kit & Kin’s eco disposables have equally impressive credentials. Not only is Kit & Kin’s eco nappy range the UK’s first within retail to make the move to paper packaging, it’s also the most accredited eco nappy on the market, including FSC, Allergy Certified and Dermatest. Produced in a carbon neutral plant, the nappies are made using sustainably sourced, plant-based materials, making them kind on baby’s skin and our planet. Not to mention that Kit & Kin is the only nappy brand to purchase and protect acres of precious rainforest – with every subscription personally protecting five trees, which will never face deforestation, helping to maintain this vital ecosystem for generations to come. 

Whatever parents decide, be it a mix of the two or finding a favourite, customers can rest assured that they’re making a positive choice for our planet. Every Kit & Kin product is made using sustainable, plant-based materials and funds the protection of acres of precious rainforest, helping to build a cleaner, greener world for us all.

Now in its 24th year, Reusable Nappy Week has garnered international awareness with manufacturers, retailers, nappy libraries, councils, NGOs and parents all taking part.

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