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Win Wiona bio nappies

Enter to win 1 of 5 packs of Midi Wiona eco disposible nappies.
Congraulations to Carolyn from Bodmin, Joanne from Co. Down, Tiffany from Portree, Tara from Co. Antrim and Sarah who each win a pack of Wiona bio nappies.


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All entries must be received before midnight on 5th August, 2007.

A winner will be chosen at random from those listed on AskBaby.com on 6th August, 2007

Each prize pack contains 48 pieces and is suitable for infants between 4 - 9kgs (Midi)

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Wiona bio nappies - a new luxuriously white eco disposable

The new wiona bio nappy from Little Green Earthlets www.earthlets.co.uk is a luxurious perfectly white eco disposable. Offering the ultimate in nappy comfort, it is free from chemical bleaches and other harmful substances that can irritate delicate skin and contains tea extract to naturally protect.

It has a unique waterproof outer full of tiny pores allowing air to circulate round the nappy without the risk of leaks. All components of the wiona have been tested by an independent body and certified as dermatologically tested and hypoallergenic.

Available in 4 sizes, the nappy core is cellulose based made from wood from sustainable forests; the outer covering is 100% biodegradable made from a GM free corn starch based material. The wiona nappy is compostable with 2/3 of the nappy being bio-degradable whilst the rest is environmentally neutral.

For more information visit Little Green Earthlets - www.earthlets.co.uk.

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Wonderful a way to keep baby dry and not harm the environment, great.
by Bughead 20th Jun 2013, 3:01pm
i would like to be try these one s
by paw 1st Sep 2008, 8:53am
i would give this a try
by rico 7th Aug 2007, 8:55am
I like to try these to compare to the other ones I use
by ma6jrp 7th Aug 2007, 8:47am
help save the planet!
by cathyj 7th Aug 2007, 8:46am
these nappies look just what im looking for eco friendly and great for the envoirment,i would be well chuffed to win these
by shazzersere 7th Aug 2007, 8:46am


I am interested in this because I have read on forums that other eco disposables on the high street still contain gel like disposables. But this only seems to contain wood pulp from sustainable forests and GM free corn starch that is compostable. I also like the fact that the claims regarding them being suitable for delicate skin can be backed up by dermatological study. I think is is so easy to make these claims with little or no proof and people believe such nonsense. Good on ya little green earthlets for using an independent body to determine that they are hypoallergenic.

Even if I don't win this competiton I will still buy some , these are a very good option for those of us who just can't manange washable nappies full time.

by spacegrantham 7th Aug 2007, 8:44am
I would love to win these as I would have no excuse to use disposables if I won them.
by Bubbles17 7th Aug 2007, 8:42am
I liked the idea of using real re-usable nappies but felt that it was adding unnecessary stress as a first time mother. These sound like a great compromise and I'd love to try them out, especially if they are kind to sensitive skin.
by kirstralia 7th Aug 2007, 8:41am
i'd give them a try as i'm trying to reduce the waste i produce
by kaciy2k02 3rd Aug 2007, 9:02am
Definitely think these are worth a try. It doesn't take much to improve the environment - just a bit of thought and change of attitude.
by mikki2d 2nd Aug 2007, 8:48am
I spent ages before my baby was born trying to find eco friendly nappies, and unfortunately re usable ones were just way too expensive for my budget, these lovely comfy white ones look like an ideal compromise, especially if they are kinder to baby's skin, so I really hope I win some to try out!
by MibsXX 31st Jul 2007, 2:21pm
Bringing up babies and saving the world can be hard at times but these are making supermums (me! Lol!) life a whole lot easier!
by annahelm 31st Jul 2007, 8:54am
Everyone wants to be eco-friendly now and these nappies look great and despite the fact they don't use chemical bleaches they are still white!
by debmax 28th Jul 2007, 1:42pm
The white eco disposable nappies sound like just the thing that im looking for. I have tried a few brands of re-usable nappies but have not had much in finding one that is suitable. So finding out more about these is next on my list. Hopefully this will help our family to make another contribution helping the environment.
by AskBaby8857 28th Jul 2007, 1:41pm
It depends how much these cost. If they cost a lot more than disposals from a supermarket I couldn't afford it.
by clairew137 23rd Jul 2007, 9:32am
new nice friendly product
by minaxi21 23rd Jul 2007, 9:31am
I'm a first time mum to a gorgeous 4 month old, and she's been in reusables since we came home from hospital. These ones look great and would be fine for number 2 (due next year!). However, we do tend to use a reusable overnight to prevent nappy rash.
by dozydizzy 23rd Jul 2007, 9:31am
wow these nappies seem fab!
by gemma7 23rd Jul 2007, 9:29am
These look fantastic. I would really love to use dispposable nappies but feel that this goes against my ethical principles but was absolutely dreading the thought of the traditonal 're-useables'. Now I have heard about these products, I am extremely interested in this fab item, especially as they are eco-friendly and are also dermatologically tested + hypo-allergenic - which is so important for a little ones sensitive skin. I like the fact they are white too - so they are lovely + clean looking and perfect for a boy or girl!
by coppelia100 20th Jul 2007, 8:46am
We are using reusables during the day but prefer a disposable for overnight and for weekends away etc. These look perfect, as we can use them with a clear conscience!
by Traceym1 19th Jul 2007, 8:54am
Having grown up in Scandinavia I am very interested in all things eco-friendly and have every intention of using reusable nappies - and my husband agrees as it'll save us many a penny too!
by curlydiamond 18th Jul 2007, 8:40am
Everybody has an opinion on th best kind of nappy to use, but as a young, first time mum I'm keen to try the latest thing- especially if it is better for the environment. I hope to use reuseable nappies some of the time, but of course they wont always be prcatical, so this looks like a really great product for me to try.
by vixbev 16th Jul 2007, 9:14am
I don't have any personal comments on these but I would love to know what others think?
by AskBaby10746 13th Jul 2007, 8:51am
Its wonderful that we can use disposable nappies that are kinder to the environment - there are many people who may wish to use resusables but due to circumstances are unable to do so and have to rely on disposables. Excellent - I hope to try them soon.
by AskBaby10468 11th Jul 2007, 12:34pm
I'm planning on using re-usable nappies for my baby (which is due in a week and a half) but I also want some environmentally friendly disposables for occasions when re-useables aren't convenient.
These look like a good option, and white is a nice neutral colour.
by bilblio 9th Jul 2007, 4:23pm

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