Consumer Reports estimate that a mother spend approximately $2000 on disposable diapers until the child is potty trained. This means, you could be saving at least 1/2 of the money by purchasing reusable one-size diapers which will cost about $740 in the first 2.5 years of a child.
Unlike traditional cloth diapers, reusable diapers are well-made, durable and advanced in technology which make them colorful, cute and simple to use. Reusable diapers are also known to be safe for babies with sensitive skin, comfortable and rash-free. Not to mention, reusable diapers reduce the landfill, usage of plastic, therefore, saving our Earth.
Feel good that you're doing the best thing for your baby and the right thing for our planet. And be economical!
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