Why bamboo?

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More and more of us are concerned about the environment and we want to reduce our ecological footprint by opting for a more responsible consumption, for this the best option is to opt for the use of biodegradable products which assure us that they will disappear shortly after finishing their useful life. Products made from bamboo are one of the best options when we talk about biodegradable products, since it is a natural material, so it is 100% biodegradable, it is one of the fastest growing plants and requires hardly any water, it releases 30% more oxygen than other trees and absorbs 35% more carbon dioxide during its growth. It is a completely renewable plant, although it is pruned, it never dies and new shoots are born from a cane. In addition to its environmental benefits, bamboo also has many advantages as a raw material; it is light, resistant, super absorbent and has a high tolerance to humidity. For this reason it has multiple uses and one of them is its use to develop textiles, as is the case of our diapers, pants, wipes, compresses, panty liners and compostable bags. Its super absorption and tolerance to humidity make it a perfect material for making diapers, it is also softer than cotton and naturally hypoallergenic, which makes it perfect for babies with the most sensitive skin. It is also antibacterial and prevents bad odours. Unlike common diapers, those made from bamboo do not contain synthetic fragrances or chemical products, so they not only reduce the environmental impact but also provide greater and better care for the baby's skin. Another advantage of bamboo diapers compared to the common ones is their degradation time, our diapers have a biodegradability rate of 70% between 3 and 5 months, unlike the common ones which take between 300 and 500 years to biodegrade So with our bamboo fiber products you will be taking maximum care of both your baby and its environment.

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