Disposable Baby Diapers
Disposable baby diapers have taken over the cloth baby diaper market. Most disposable baby diapers are made from cloth-like waterproof exterior, a moisture-wicking inside layer, and an absorbent inner core. People usually choose disposable diapers for their convenience, not for their effect on the environment. Disposable baby diapers can remain in landfills for up to 500 years! Biodegradable baby diapers were introduced in the early 1990s, after Procter & Gamble, which manufactures the majority of disposable diapers were facing growing criticism.
When baby sleeps, you will need extra absorbency to make sure no accidents happen! Night baby diapers are available and offer more protection and more absorbency than daytime diapers. Some parents also use baby diaper covers at night for extra protection.