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Why biodegradable nappies might not be as eco-friendly as you think

Why biodegradable nappies might not be as eco-friendly as you think

Are biodegradable nappies better for the environment? We've spoken to Dr Charlotte Lloyd and Dr Sarah West to find out more about their pros and cons, and what makes an eco friendly nappy to help parents make more sustainable choices.

Baby wipes: can they kill coronavirus and other common questions answered

Baby wipes: can they kill coronavirus and other common questions answered

Can you use baby wipes to wash your hands during the coronavirus pandemic? And how can you tell if baby wipes are environmentally-friendly? We spoke to two experts who told us everything you need to know about what baby wipes to use with your baby, including what to look out for on the ingredients label.

Which? surveys parents about reusable nappy brands, including Bambino Mio, Little Lamb and TotsBots

Which? surveys parents about reusable nappy brands, including Bambino Mio, Little Lamb and TotsBots

We've collected ratings for 14 reusable nappy brands, including scores for absorbency, comfort, ease of use, fit and value for money.

What are your baby’s disposable nappies made from?

What are your baby’s disposable nappies made from?

Polypropylene, cellulose pulp and sodium polyacrylate are just some of the materials commonly found in disposable nappies. We explain where you'll find them and why they're used.

Which supermarket own-brand nappies do parents rate better than Pampers?

Which supermarket own-brand nappies do parents rate better than Pampers?

Find out which supermarket own-label nappies parents rate better than Pampers. In our survey of more than 1,000 parents we collected ratings for 14 disposable nappy brands including Aldi, Asda, Lidl and Tesco.

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