Parasol Baby Diapers

Last updated date: July 12, 2021

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Parasol Baby Diapers

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We looked at the top Diapers and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Diaper you should buy.

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 138 expert reviews, the Parasol Baby Diapers placed 9th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Parasol Plush disposable diapers for babies is designed for ultimate comfort. The luxuriously soft top sheet, combined with a thinner and thoughtful features, means your baby feels at home no matter where you are in the world. Every Parasol disposable diaper is: Hypoallergenic Latex-free Chlorine-free Fragrance-free Free of lotions Free of chlorine, lead, and heavy metals The absorbent material is wood pulp sourced from certified sustainably managed forests. Our eco-conscious diapers are not rough and bulky but soft and comforting for your baby. Our launch collection was created by Ashley Goldberg, an amazing artist whose prints balance sophisticated colors with elegant, yet daring designs. Parents like us are fashion-forward, and our babies are just as adorable as they are chic. Each collection features 2 featured designs. Certifications Nordic Swan Eco-Label certification - the world's top eco-label PETA Cruelty-Free and Vegan - No product or raw materials have been tested on animals. No animal or animal by-product used in raw materials of product. PEFC Forest Sustainability - Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification dedicated to promoting Sustainable Forest Management. SZU National Institution of Health - The National Institute of Public Health is a health care establishment for basic preventive disciplines. TUV Inspection of Diaper Manufacturer - Technical inspection association that validates the safety of products to protect against hazards. IFS HPC & Safety of Diaper Manufacturer - A standard for auditing quality and safety of household and personal care products.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

11 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

213 user reviews

What experts liked

Parents praise it's ultrasoft plush feel,durable quality and eco-friendly design that is free of fragrances.
- BestReviews
It has soft fabric and skin-friendly tabs and motion points.
- Baby Gear Lab
All Parasol diapers are hypoallergenic and free of latex, bleach, parabens, heavy metals, dyes, chlorine, and phthalates. They are also cruelty free and never have or will be tested on animals.
- Parental Guidance Guide
They are breathable and easy to use. You will admire the way your baby sleeps soundly when in this diapers. They never leak and stay dry for the benefit of your baby.
- Best 10 Choices
These are fantastic though, and by far the softest and most flexible ones we’ve ever used. They’re not kidding about them being absorbent too – I feel like her wet diapers are much harder to spot because they just don’t get poochy and bulky like other diapers do when they’re wet!
- Sweet Miles
These diapers are also stylish…as stylish as diapers go. I get sick of seeing Elmo and Grover staring at me as I am changing my son 10 times a day. It was refreshing to have a different pattern to look at.Parasol Co offers a couple different diaper themes that you can pick from, which offer different designs. Kind of cool.
- Dadly Reviews
They're not a "bulky" appearing diaper which is great aesthetically because gosh do I hate to see a baby in clothes and a noticeably huge bulge often referred to as the "diaper butt".
- Petite Plus One
Ideal for sensitive skin. So soft, and chemical free. These diapers put diapers to shame!
- Mommy On The Mound
They are made with high-absorbency materials and printed with baby-safe inks. I happen to think they’re also super cute.
- Wholesome Children
These are also free from harsh chemicals and are made with wood pulp from sustainable forests. Despite the soft, lightweight, and thin material, Parasol diapers are very absorbent and are leak-free. A lot of moms rave about how this snugly fits their active toddler and hasn’t had a blowout with this diaper yet.
- Baby Dot Dot
These diapers are perfectly safe for sensitive skin and are also really ultra-soft. They have something called Drylock Technology, which makes them super-absorbent.
- Best Diaper Reviews

What experts didn't like

These are little pricier than other brands and some parents saw occasional leaking or sagging.
- BestReviews
On the downside, this diaper didn't perform well in our tests for absorption which means there is a potential for skin irritation and diaper rash from contact with excess moisture. The absorption problem coupled with the average leak performance means this diaper is potentially going to disappoint and leave more than one person feeling wet.
- Baby Gear Lab
The only downside to this diaper was that I find the outside of them to show "wear" after being worn two-hours or more, especially if baby has on denim or a dark bottom. It seems as if it easily absorbs inks from other fabrics, so if baby has on blue jeans let's say, and has on a this diaper, you will notice slight hues of ink transfer on the diaper.
- Petite Plus One
Even though they’re made with unsustainable petroleum-based ingredients, Parasol diapers are yet another contender to consider if you’re looking for some of the safest disposable diapers for your baby in terms of problematic chemical exposure.
- Wholesome Children

Our Expert Consultant

Kate Desmond 
Parenting Pro and Safe-Sleep Expert

Kate Desmond is a writer and infant safe-sleep expert. She has spent the last eight years working as the marketing director for Charlie’s Kids Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to educate families about SIDS and safe sleep. In that role, she travels around the country learning and educating caregivers and providers on the latest and greatest safe-sleep information to prevent infant death.

As mom to two elementary-aged daughters, she spends hours researching the best and safest products for her own kids. She is quick to get in the weeds with other mamas, and uses humor to cope with parenting woes from potty-training to teaching kids to read. She writes about the ups and downs of parenting on her blog.

An Overview On Diapers

When it comes to disposable diapers, parents will appreciate their many benefits. Not only does this type of diaper reduce leakage, and thus the required amount of weekly laundry, but it’s also extremely convenient. Since there are several different varieties of disposable diapers on the market, there are a few things you’ll want to consider before choosing a brand.

Start by examining how well the diaper absorbs liquid. Huggies Snug & Dry feature four layers of protection to absorb wetness on contact. In addition, their special leak lock system keeps babies dry for as long as 12 hours.

“Obviously the No. 1 question that must be asked when buying diapers is: Does it leak?” Kate Desmond, a safe-sleep expert who’s also a mom of two, says. “If the answer is a resounding no, then you can start to ask follow up questions. Is the diaper soft? Does it smell OK? Does the diaper smell OK when it is full? How long can I go between diaper changes especially in the middle of the night without the diaper leaking and my baby waking?”

Desmond notes that every diaper brand will leak on occasion, as all parents know. If you find your baby’s diapers are leaking consistently, it may be time to try the next size up or switch brands entirely.

You also want to make sure that the diaper is soft on skin and has a comfortable fit. Remember, your baby is going to be wearing diapers for long periods of time once they start sleeping through the night. Some diapers are made with refastenable tabs that are bigger than traditional diapers. This allows for a better fit, which will leave your little one feeling cozier.

“Shockingly, not all diapers are created equal for all babies,” Desmond says. “Depending on the size and shape of your baby’s backside, you may find one brand satisfies your little one’s needs more so than another.”

Verify that the diapers are free of parabens, chlorine and bleach. You don’t want any of those chemicals, which can cause irritation, rubbing up against your baby’s skin day and night. If your baby has sensitive skin, look for the word “hypoallergenic” on the product packaging.

Look to see if the disposable diapers have a way to let you know when you’re infant has wet the diaper. For example, some diapers have a wetness indicator that shows you it’s time for a change. The indicator strip will turn colors when moisture enters the diaper, which eliminates the need for you to physically open the diaper to check for wetness.

“I also look for a diaper that is going to keep my baby feeling dry,” Desmond says. “Does the diaper have the technology to lock moisture away from my baby’s skin? A quality diaper will still feel relatively dry even when it’s full.”

The Diaper Buying Guide

  • Check to see if the company selling the diapers has a rewards program. These programs provide you with points for every product you purchase, and since most babies use diapers for at least two years, that’s a lot of possible points on the table. The points can then be exchanged for gifts or coupons for discounted products.
  • Diapers can quickly stink up a house, so it’s a good idea to purchase a diaper garbage pail and set it next to your baby’s changing table. Most diaper pails work by having you place the soiled diaper in the bag, and then twisting the bag to seal in the odor after. Once the pail is full, you simply replace the specially designed bag and start over.
  • Consider purchasing a few square or rectangular bins to keep under or next to your changing table. Use the bins to store diapers, wipes, baby powder and diaper cream so that they are within arms reach. They make plain bins as well as decorative bins, and most styles are sold at affordable prices.
  • Once your baby grows out of a size, you’ll need to decide what to do with the diapers you didn’t use. If you only have a few, you can give them to your child for pretend play. When whole packs remain, consider donating them to your local pregnancy or family planning center.
  • When comparing disposable diaper prices, you need to look at both the diaper size and the number of diapers in each pack. No matter what, you’ll be able to find a diaper that fits your budget and your needs.