UNO Vs Disposable Diapers – All you Need to know!


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SuperBottoms Admin


When one becomes a parent, they are presented with million choices they need to choose from. Some are related to the health of the baby, some to hygiene and some to the products that your baby will end up using. The struggle to choose the best product for your baby is real. In this article, we will help you understand the difference between SuperBottoms UNO and disposable diapers and make at least one of those choices super easy for you!

So, if you have been using disposable diapers, you must have by now read the ill effects of them on your baby’s skin and the environment (1). Even the most popular brands of disposable diapers contain Phthalates and other harmful chemicals and toxins that can lead to rashes, skin infections and other long-term health issues for your baby.

Looking for alternatives to disposable diapers?

Do you know what goes into your baby's diapers? You choose BPA-free baby bottles, sulphate free shampoo for your little ones but what about a baby diaper that touches their private parts?

Is your baby’s diaper skin friendly?

Do you know what goes inside your baby’s diaper?

Disposable diapers contain substances such as sodium polyacrylate, dioxin and harmful dyes. Compare that with the material in the core of SuperBottoms UNO, and it’s no surprise that anybody making an informed decision about diapering their baby would pick SuperBottoms UNO any day!

SuperBottoms UNO are safety tested and certified and they have an incredibly comfortable layer of PUL, a waterproof but breathable fabric. They have a SuperDryFeel(™) layer in the form of a layer of microfleece, which can keep your baby feeling dry and comfortable even after several hours of wearing them. The disposable diapers on the other hand, contain harmful chemicals, traces of plastic, are prone to leakages, and can get rather uncomfortable after a while.

Are your baby diapers burning holes in your pocket?

Switch to Superbottoms- 74% cheaper than disposables!

Here’s an approx. math: 

In 3 years - 16 UNO x Rs 800 = Rs 10800 


5 disposables/day x 900 days x Rs 10 = Rs 45000 

That's 74% saving! We're building sandcastles in the air with all that money, and you?    

Is your baby’s diaper eco-friendly?

Did you know? A disposable diaper stays in landfills for 500 years!

A disposable diaper that is thrown out in the trash eventually ends up in the ocean or landfills, where it continues to contaminate the earth or water bodies for several hundred years. The damage done by disposables is almost irreversible and causes huge health concerns for the future generations as well.

On the other hand,  SuperBottoms UNO, being reusable and washable, can not only be used repeatedly over a number of years, but can be passed on to younger siblings even after three years of use. This makes  SuperBottoms UNO the most environmentally friendly choice for any diapered baby.

Still running to supermart for bigger diaper size?

No need to buy different sizes! Superbottoms are adjustable!

If your baby uses disposables, he tends to outgrow each size every few months. This requires you to buy new sizes every few months and can cause confusion. With  SuperBottoms UNO the snaps are cleverly placed in the front and sides of the diaper that allow the height and the waist of the diaper to fit perfectly no matter if your child’s build is small, medium or an in-between size. The size can be perfectly customised to fit any baby from 3 months to 3 years! Incredible, isn’t it?

The choice is simple. For all conscious and sustainable parents out there, who care for the environment as much as they care for their baby’s skin and health, disposable diaper is a complete NO NO. Go for SuperBottoms and be an earth ambassador. Happy Diapering! Happy Parenting!


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