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Our tape diapers are sized similar with other brands but our diaper pants are sized slightly bigger compare to Asian brands. We recommend sampling the size based on your baby’s current weight and adjust the size accordingly. If you have any questions about sizing, you may contact our friendly customer service at SUPPORT@OFFSPRINGINC.COM, and we are happy to assist you.
Our diapers and diaper pants are based on weight.
Too loose or too tight in any area will cause issues like leakages, blowouts and rashes. For instance, if you chosen a size bigger than your baby should be wearing, there is high chance of leakages or blowouts. The pattern of leakages such as – leaking from the side, and any corner when the diaper is still remain dry and empty. This can be indicating that you’ve chosen the wrong size (bigger) size that your baby should be wearing. If in the event you’ve chosen the smaller size which your baby should be wearing, you might experience leakages when the diaper is overflow, rashes appear on your baby skin due to fullness / high level of moist as the capacity of the diaper has been over the limit that it should be for the baby, or skin irritation (too tight). A good diaper fit should be snug fit and sit comfortably on the baby’s waists and thighs. Tips: A good fit should show that the frontal part of the diaper sits on top of the baby’s belly button. If the diaper is oversized, often it will be worn way high from the belly button, or if it’s undersized, it will be worn below the belly button.
The waistband plays an important role to keep your baby snug fit and comfortable at the same time, it also prevent blowout from the back of your baby’s bot
When you notice the following:- 1. Diapers full very soon as compare to previous and easily leak – it’s time for your baby to move up to 1 size. 2. The elastic band has max out and very tight on your baby’s waist 3. When the front waistband of the diaper pants are below your baby’s belly button, it also means that the size is too small for your baby. If you need assistant on sizing, you may contact our friendly customer service at SUPPORT@OFFSPRINGINC.COM and we are happy to assist you with more information.
The toss tab sticker is located at the back of the diaper pants. It is used to seal the soiled diaper for easy disposal.
Diaper pants are suitable for babies who start to crawl and stand, as it is fuss-free and easily glide-on to active babies.
Our diapers do not come with wetness indicator as the materials currently used to make a wetness indicator are not in line with our eco-friendly diaper standards. However, we always strive to source the best and safest materials and definitely will look into safer way of wetness indicator in near future.
It is not our usual practice to claim / encourage parents to prolong wearing of disposable diaper. Though our fashion diapers are able to last overnight, we always encourage parents to change your baby’s diaper regularly during the day to avoid rashes and bacterial irritation due to prolong exposure or baby’s urine direct on the skin.
Our chlorine-free fashion diapers have a patented dual absorbent core technology that able to lock-down urine and moist quickly while keeping your baby’s skin dry and comfortable for longer period of time. However, our Featherlite Ultra-Thin diapers is designed to be light-weight and made without woodpulp, while absorb urine faster than any other conventional diapers, to keep your baby’s skin dry. The Featherlite Ultra-Thin diapers are specially designed for day wear and for maximum movement during the day.
While there is no disposable diaper is 100% biodegradable or compostable, Offspring Chlorine-Free Fashion Diapers has been certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) C149807 for the materials used from sustainable forest.
We strive to provide you the best materials. Our materials are sourced globally from Japan, Europe, and US.
Our diapers comply with the requirements under the U.S Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (16 CFR Part 1610). The ink used on the diaper has passed the California Prop65 test and meet the requirements of the lead content of children’s products required by Section 101 of the CPSIA of 2008.