Our tape diapers are sized similar to other brands in the market, but for our diaper pants, the cutting is slightly wide and bigger compared to other Asian diaper brands. We recommend you choose the size according to your baby’s current weight and adjust the fit accordingly.
Alternatively, you may also purchase a Baby Blissbox here or if you have any questions about sizing, you may direct your queries to our friendly customer service at [email protected] and they will be more than happy to assist you.
Whether it is too loose or too tight it will cause issues like leakages, blowouts or rashes.
For instance, if you put on the diaper in bigger size your baby will be uncomfortable, and this will cause leakage or a blowout. If your baby is wearing a diaper that is in smaller size, your baby will experience a diaper overflow which may cause a nappy rash on your baby’s skin due to the diaper being too full, too moist and over capacity. At the same time, wearing a small diaper may also cause skin irritation.
The perfect diaper fit should be snug and sit comfortably on the baby’s waists and thighs.
Tips: A good fit should show that the frontal part of the diaper sits on top of the baby’s belly button. If the diaper is oversized, often it will be worn way high from the belly button, or if it’s undersized, it will be worn below the belly button.
Our chlorine-free fashion diapers have a patented dual absorbent core technology that able to lock-down urine and moist almost instantly to ensure your baby’s skin remain dry and comfortable for longer period.
However, our Featherlite Ultra-Thin Diapers was designed to be light-weight and made without wood pulp, this is best to absorb urine faster than any other diapers and suitable for day wear for maximum comfort during daily activities.
Our diapers comply with the requirements under the U.S Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (16 CFR Part 1610).
The ink used on the diaper has passed the California Prop65 test and the lead content meet the requirements for children’s products as required by Section 101 of the CPSIA of 2008.