Some of the most in-demand baby products in the world today are bamboo nappies. Their popularity is not just on account of their environmental safety. They have numerous practical advantages over other types of nappies used in the past. Here are some of the advantages of using this type of nappy.

Bamboo is easy to come by. Some people in the world consider bamboo the fastest growing plant in the world. It occurs naturally, mostly in swampy areas, though with its popularity as a raw material in the manufacture of organic baby products, many people are now actively involved in planting it as a cash crop. It does not require too much maintenance or chemical input, unlike the other commonly used cotton. More importantly, in the context of diaper manufacturing, there is no risk of exposing the baby’s skin to any of these chemicals. Cotton farmers have to use insecticides and pesticides and replant every other season. Anotheradvantage bamboo brings to the table is the fact that it releases a lot of oxygen to the air as a plant, up to 30 per cent more than the typical tree.

But the benefits are more than just natural. Its hypoallergenic properties make it the ideal material for use with babies that have sensitive skin, who would otherwise have rashes with other diaper materials. It is one of the softest materials in the market, even softer than cotton. Diaper manufacturers recognize it as the softest material in the market, comparing it to cashmere.The biggest reason why it is the preferred diaper manufacturing material of choice, though, could be more practical than environmental. Bamboo is one of the most absorbent materials available in the fabrics industry. Compared to cotton, it can absorb up to 70 per cent more moisture. It has such great wicking properties that it can absorb up to three times its weight in moisture. This keeps the baby dry and comfortable during those wet moments before the diaper is changed.

Another reason why baby nappies and Bambeco bamboo baby wipes are so famous is their breathability. As the baby moves, bamboo allows for maximum circulation of air. This is important for the baby as it reduces the temperatures inside the nappies and consequently reduces the risk of bacteria accumulating. It also has excellent insulating properties. They keep the babies warm enough during the winter weeks and cool enough in the summer. Cotton fabrics, on the other hand, lose their insulating properties when they get wet.

Their high absorbency and breathability means nappies made of bamboo do not have to be bulky to absorb enough moisture to keep the baby sufficiently dry. They also have natural antibacterial properties. The fiber has been proven to destroy bacteria that causes odor and thrive in fabric and skin. Environmentally, it is one of the fastest growing plants, and can be harvested every other year, sohas no pressure on the environment. It produces up to 20 times more product than typical trees in the same area. They generally enrich the soil in which they are planted.