Andy Pandy Disposable Bamboo Diapers Get Excellent Reviews On Amazon In First Three Months
Andy Pandy Disposable Diapers is proud to announce that its range of bio-degradable, eco-friendly bamboo diapers have received outstanding reviews in its first three months of being listed on Amazon.
Rockford, MI (I-Newswire) January 16, 2014 - Developed by a team of eco-conscious parents, the new disposable diapers have been available on the Amazon marketplace since 15 September 2013 and already have a string of customers who have expressed their satisfaction with the product.
Modern parents want to make the best choices for their families and the environment around them. Every year disposable diapers go into landfills, releasing toxins and taking very long periods of time to break down. By using environmentally friendly diapers made from bamboo fibers, parents can take a more responsible and proactive stance on carbon emissions.
It is estimated that each child will use 5,300 disposable diapers from birth until the time he or she is fully potty trained. Furthermore, 250,000 trees are cut down every year to manufacture disposable diapers for American families. The Disposable Diaper that is used by babies today will not be broken down during the course of our lifetimes; that is how long their toxic residue can remain in the earth for, while more disposable diapers are being used.
In September 2013, Andy Pandy released its bamboo diaper, which is safe for baby and for the environment. So far, the diapers have been noted by Amazon users for their extra elasticity and enhanced comfort around the waist, as well as their softness, even when compared to other eco-friendly diapers.
Satisfied parents have also taken note of the fact that Andy Pandy disposable diapers do not leak and are ultra-absorbent. For many parents, this means the opportunity to lie in on some mornings, without being woken because of a leaking nappy, wet pajamas or bedding.
Parents of babies and toddlers with sensitive skin have also shown their appreciation for the product, which does not contain any additives, fragrances or irritants. Babies who experience diaper rash no longer have to endure sore bottoms when they use Andy Pandy disposable diapers, which do not go lumpy when they get full.
Andy Pandy's main ingredient is bamboo in every Disposable Diaper they sell. Bamboo is a fast growing and sustainable crop; it grows easily and quickly. It has natural anti-bacterial properties, which make it an ideal choice for diapers. Bamboo requires very little water to grow and almost zero maintenance as far as farming is concerned. It is an annual harvest and regeneration takes place without any replanting.
To purchase Andy Pandy's Disposable Diapers please visit http://www.amazon.com/andypandy and use coupon code: CZ32LCSB to save $2.50 off of 1 pack or $5 off of 2 packs.
About Andy Pandy
Andy Pandy is a small, owner-operated business that prides itself on the highest quality products, s More..ustainable business and superior customer service. Andy Pandy produces disposable diapers for progressive parents who want to be more conscious of their lifestyle choices and how it affects the world around them.Less..
8198 Rockford Pines Dr, NE
Rockford, MI 49341
Phone : 512-825-4542
Published On:January 16, 2014
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