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5 Best Reasons to Use Langots for Babies

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Everyone wants the best for their children. However, when you first become a parent, there is so much information to sort through and changes to make that it can be confusing and stressful.

Back to the basics once more!!! Have you ever noticed how soft your baby's skin is? Shouldn't we do something to keep it that way? We've heard from our Grandmas and Moms that a Mulmul or cotton is best to use to wrap your child's bottom, but somehow with the trend, we keep our babies tied up in a Diaper were choosing between cotton or a reusable diaper still a confusion.

What are Langots?

So Langots is probably something you would have worn as a baby. The best part of it is that Langot now has gentle elastics, which reduces leakage stress. These dry feel langots, ideal for diaper-free times and can hold up to 1 pee depending on each baby's wetting pattern.

These are specially designed for newborn babies and infants under the age of one year. If you are concerned about your mattress and bed sheet, a dry sheet is always useful.

So, to avoid skin irritation and to avoid using chemical-laden baby creams, switch to Langot.

We're all taught in India to use the traditional langot to diaper a newborn. In India, a langot is a tiny triangular cotton fabric used as a newborn's diaper.

The problem with this traditional method of diapering a child is that while it may hold pee, it also leaks easily, and it quickly becomes stressful for the new parent during the newborn period with frequent diaper changes.

Do you want to know if the benefits of cloth diapering outweigh the drawbacks of disposable diapers? Here are a few reasons why you should get cloth diapers/langots/diaper pants for your baby:



1. Cost Saving

Consider purchasing a cloth diapering system. A typical cloth diaper costs between Rs 600 and Rs 700. For a baby aged two years, you will need approximately 30 cloth diapers. This is less than Rs 20,000/- when compared to simply using disposable diapers for the entire term.

These diapers are super affordable and easy to clean, making them a better way to keep your baby clean until they're potty-trained.

2. Environment Friendly

Newborn cloth diapers are a more environmentally friendly alternative to disposable diapers. It is estimated that the average disposable diaper will take up to 500 years to degrade.

By switching to more environmentally conscious choices like cloth diapers, baby langots, diaper pants you can reduce your landfill contributions as well as your baby's carbon footprint.

 



3. Skin Friendly

The fact that cloth diapers are made of skin-friendly materials is the most important advantage of using them for babies. Diapers contain potentially hazardous substances such as dioxins, sodium polyacrylates, chlorine, dyes, and fragrances.

Cloth diapers/langots reduce exposure to harmful toxins while also allowing for adequate ventilation. When using best cloth diapers, only a soft organic cotton material comes into contact with your baby's skin.

4. Less Rashes

Diaper rashes contain potentially harmful toxic chemicals that can harm a baby's skin. As a result, cloth diapers/ langots are made with cotton, gentle elastics, a semi-waterproof TPU layer on the crotch, and a SuperDryFeelTM layer of fleece on top to ensure that baby stays dry even after peeing, preventing rashes on the skin around the genital region.

Furthermore, because newborns are more sensitive to moisture in a cloth diaper, moms prefer to change cloth nappies more frequently than disposable nappies, which may explain why rashes with cloth nappies are rare.

5. Adorable Prints

Unlike disposable diapers, these langots are extremely adorable because they come in a variety of print options that you simply cannot resist on your baby.

Pairing these with everyday wear in winter will make your child look adorable.

What is the difference between SuperBottoms UNO cloth diaper and SuperBottoms Dry Feel Langot?

1. Absorption

Free Size SuperBottoms Free size UNO is a fully waterproof cloth diaper that stays dry all night. While Dry Feel Langot is a langot with padding that stays dry and is only semi-waterproof, it can absorb up to 1 pee.

2. Size

SuperBottoms Free size UNO cloth diaper is free size and ideal for diapering (same diaper can be used from 3m-3yrs). Dry Feel Langot, on the other hand, is ideal for diaper-free time and is available in two sizes: S and L.

 



KEY TAKEAWAYS

1. Best Material: Cotton has been used for years to wrap your child's bottom.
2. Best for Diaper free times: It can hold up to 1 pee depending on the wetting pattern of each baby
3. Don’t Use: Dioxins, sodium polyacrylates, chlorine, dyes, and fragrances are some of the potentially hazardous substances found in disposable diapers.

MESSAGE FROM SUPERBOTTOMS

Hey, New Parents! SuperBottoms is constantly striving to bring you high-quality products created by parents for parents. As a result, SuperBottoms' quality is truly remarkable, and it complements the sensitive skin of newborn babies and new mothers all over the world, including India, Qatar, the UAE, Canada, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, and Bahrain!

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