Sunday, April 10, 2011

Bambo Nature Review and Giveaway! CLOSED






I am excited to tell you all about Bambo Nature diapers... these diapers are amazing! 

Bambo Nature diapers are disposable diapers, but they aren't just any disposables. Bambo Nature diapers are what I believe to be the best disposable diapers for the environment, that are on the market. They are also my new favorite disposable diaper....and that is from a very one brand only disposable user! My husband and I were so impressed with these diapers!



Bambo Nature is manufactured by Abena. Abena has voluntarily elected to undergo strict rigorous environmental inspections of their products. "The setting of criteria is based on an assessment of impacts during the whole life-cycle - all the way from raw material to production, consumption and waste. This means all raw material suppliers, business partners, distributors, and subsidiaries must embrace these principals and actively take them on board in daily business practice" (Bambo, 2009).

Abena's Bambo diapers are the only baby diaper to carry the Nordic Swan Eco Label that tells consumers which products are the least harmful to the environment but are equivalent in quality to other brands which do not carry the label. In other words, Nordic Swan Eco Lable requires the product to work just as well, but with less of an impact on the environment, as any other similar product. 

Bambo also isn't shy about sharing ingredients...which is not something most diaper companies will do!


We received a bag of size two Bambo Nature diapers to review:

These diapers should fit 6.5-13lb babies, but I must say, they were too big for Annabelle until she was about 13lbs- so they are sized a bit big.  According to the site, these diapers have a guaranteed absorption of 150ml. 

We never had one leak with these diapers! The absorbed wonderfully, and I loved that they didn't give off that terrible chemical smell that most disposable diapers do. There was also no perfume-y smell since no scents are added. I really think Bambo Nature diapers are the perfect diaper for overnight use... Annabelle could sleep the entire night without a diaper change, which meant we both got more sleep, and Bambo didn't have to use any special chemicals to keep her dry (unlike the previous disposable brand we used)! 

Overall, Bambo Nature really is an amazing product in my opinion, and I highly recommend these diapers to any parent who ever uses disposables. I hope one day to see these diapers used in hospitals and homes all over the US.


Want to purchase Bambo Nature diapers? Go to Bambo and click on the Shop Now tab..then use code: sixinthenest   for 10% off!


In order to complete the review I received free product from the company. I received no monetary compensation for this post and my opinions are entirely my own. You may or may not have the same experience as I did with this product. 

GIVEAWAY!

Open to the US!

I have been given the chance to offer a total of 7 lucky Six in the Nest readers a prize! 

There will be....

2 grand-prize winners who will each win a CASE of Bambo Nature diapers
5 runners up who will each win a bag of Bambo Nature diapers!

You must be a public Google Friend Connect follower of Six in the Nest to enter any
 Six in the Nest giveaways.


Mandatory Entry
These entry is REQUIRED.
Post one comment per entry, all entries MUST include your email!

1 entry-  Post, in a comment three things you learned about Bambo Diapers from their website!


Optional Entries

1 entry- Like Bambo Nature on Facebook
1 entry- Follow Bambo Nature on Twitter
1 entry- Follow Six in the Nest on Twitter
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1 entry- Post this on your Facebook page- leave link
1 entry- Enter another Six in the Nest giveaway (one comment per giveaway entered)
1 entry- Tweet this post on Twitter-this can be done once daily-leave link.
1 entry- Share this giveaway on Facebook, leave link. can be done daily,
1 entry- "Like" one of my previous reviews' Facebook page and tell them "Six in the Nest sent me" (This can be done once per Facebook page!)
1 entry- Vote for Six in the Nest on Picket Fence Blogs (This can be done DAILY!)
5 entries- Blog about this giveaway, must include link in post and comment. :)



Giveaway will close 4/25/2011 at 11:59pm. One winner will be chosen  via random.org and given 48 hours to reply to the email I send, if no reply the winner will forfeit the prize. *Please check spam folders!*










251 fantastic comments:

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tina reynolds said...

Follow Six in the Nest on Twitter @eaglesforjack

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Like Six in the Nest on Facebook (mrstinareynolds

tina reynolds said...

Like Six in the Nest on Facebook (mrstinareynolds

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Voted for Six in the Nest on Picket Fence Blogs eaglesforjack@gmail.com

Breanne said...

I learned that they're 75% biodegradable, the wood used for pulp is derived from sustainable forestry, and no chlorine is used in the bleaching process.

Breanne said...

I voted

Breanne said...

I follow you on Twitter @RazzMyBerry

Breanne said...

I follow Bamboo Nature on Twitter @RazzMyBerry

Amanda said...

Voted at PFB
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Amanda said...

Tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/Dolphin4176/status/62670413502758912
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Nicole said...

I learned that
The fluff used by Abena is both delivered from Sweden and North America.

The tape used to position the product, to make it fit the user, is made of polymer and hotmelt

it is estimated that over 18 BILLION diapers are used per year

Thanks
Nicole Hatch
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Nicole said...

I like you on facebook
Nicole Hatch

Nicole said...

I like Babmbo on facebook
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carolpie said...

They have a breathable back-sheet.
They have a wetness indicator and they are hypoallergenic which would bve great for my guy with eczema and nasal allergies.
spencer1953 at gmail dot com-carol.

carolpie said...

Follow Bambo Nature on Twitter
dresdenrain
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Erica G said...

I learned that they are 75% biodegradable, 100% chlorine free, and are resealable!

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carolpie said...

Follow Six in the Nest on Twitter
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carolpie said...

You have just voted for Six in the Nest! Remember, you can vote every day.
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Erica G said...

Like them on fb
user: acire acerg

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carolpie said...

http://twitter.com/#!/dresdenrain/status/62709647626346496
tweet spencer1953 at gmail dot com.

Erica G said...

following them on twitter
user: notenthused

cinderwhims at gmail dot com

Erica G said...

following you on twitter

cinderwhims at gmail dot com

Erica G said...

like you on fb
user: acire acerg

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Forget Shyness Reviews said...

GFC follower as forget shyness reviews

I learned their diapers include no chlorine

also, the wood used for pulp is from renewable forest space.

they also qualify for the allergy free label because they use ingredients that have the lowest possible risk of allergic reactions

littleheathen9109 @ yah00 d0t c0m

Forget Shyness Reviews said...

i liked bamboo nature on facebook as emily e---t

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Erica G said...

voted for you on picket fence blogs

cinderwhims at gmail dot com

Forget Shyness Reviews said...

i follow the sponsor on twitter as @forgetshyness

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Forget Shyness Reviews said...

i like six in the nest on twitter as @forgetshyness

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Forget Shyness Reviews said...

im your facebook fan as emily ev--t

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Paul and Missy Kluesner said...

i voted on Picket fence.

melissa.kluesner@gmail.com

Erica G said...

tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/notenthused/status/62710824061509632

cinderwhims at gmail dot com

Forget Shyness Reviews said...

i blogged - http://forgetshynessreviews.blogspot.com/2011/04/disposable-diapers-giveaway-six-in-nest.html

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Erica G said...

shared on fb

user: acire acerg

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Paul and Missy Kluesner said...

I entered the nanny necklace giveaway

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cman said...

They have more than 25 years of experience within the industry.

The wood used for pulp is derived from sustainable forestry; where more trees are planted than felled.

Abena has designed an absorbent core with less SAP.

cman said...

I voted for you on Picket Fence Blogs.

d schmidt said...

3 things I learned:

Zero chlorine used in the bleaching process

Subject to strict 24 hour quality control

Holds the Nordic Swan Ecolabel which is an official environmental label

mummytotwoboys@yahoo.com

d schmidt said...

Liked Bamboo Nature on Facebook

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d schmidt said...

Following Bamboo Nature on Twitter (mummytotwoboys1)

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d schmidt said...

Following Six in the Next on Twitter (mummytotwoboys1)

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d schmidt said...

Liked Six in the Next on Facebook

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rbailey1958 said...

I learned these diapers are
1] Hypoallergenic
2] Environmentally friendly
3] Safe Product~Dermatologically tested

pkbailey@charter.net

rbailey1958 said...

Like Bambo on FB [Pat Kay Johnson Bailey]

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rbailey1958 said...

Follow Bambo on twitter [pkbailey01]

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Follow U on twitter [pkbailey01]

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Like U on FB [Pat Kay Johnson Bailey]

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