Premium Bamboo Disposable Diapers

Last updated date: July 12, 2021

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Premium Bamboo Disposable 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.

Update as July 26, 2021:
Checkout The Best Diaper for a detailed review of all the top diapers.

Overall Take

In our analysis of 138 expert reviews, the Premium Bamboo Disposable Diapers placed 11th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

We believe in doing things the right way at our company. With our premium Andy Pandy bamboo diapers, we aim to fulfill those three important goals. You are saving money in several ways. You are using less diapers, because our high quality diapers don’t leak or tear easily. Which means you are also doing less laundry from blow out and diaper messes onto your baby’s clothes that aren’t happening any more. Plus, you are using less creams and ointments to heal diaper rashes that they had in the past. We care deeply about our environment and want to give a bright future for our kids and yours. Bamboo is a renewable resource that grows incredibly fast without using harsh chemicals, fertilizers, or pesticides. And the most important goal of all is to save your baby’s precious skin from redness, irritation, and rashes. We created our diapers to be free of any and all harmful, harsh chemicals. They are 100% free of any Chlorine, Phthalates, Latex, PVC, TBT, Alcohol, Preservatives, and Antioxidants. What you can expect with our disposable bamboo diapers is extreme softness, durability, and comfort. And they are also naturally hypoallergenic and antibacterial which makes them perfect for even sensitive skin!

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

25 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

1,681 user reviews

What experts liked

Parents appreciate the excellent absorbency,lack of chemicals and eco friendly design.
- BestReviews
Andy Pandy has made significant efforts to create a more environmentally friendly and health diaper for baby compared to the competition.
- Baby Gear Lab
July 28, 2017 | Full review
They’re made of bamboo and are 100 percent free of chlorine, alcohol, preservatives, fragrances, and other chemicals.Bamboo material is good for the environment and your baby’s skin.
- Mom Loves Best
Made of eco friendly bamboo fibers.
- Born Cute
This diaper is not only environmentally friendly but it also prevents diaper rashes and helps the earth by preventing pollution. Along with the other diapers in this review they also come with a wetness indicator so that you know when your child needs changing.
- Net Parents
I was impressed that Andy Pandy Diapers is a mom-created company who regularly supports St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The company also guarantees you with a full money back refund if you are disappointed by their eco-friendly premium bamboo diapers.
Moisture-wicking and thermal-regulating capabilities keep baby’s skin dry and comfortable in hot or cold temperatures
- Heavy
Andy Pandy’s Premium Diapers are a great eco-friendly diapering option that doesn't feel papery and still promises strong leak and blowout protection. And because they are easier on the environment, they’re naturally easier on baby’s skin, too.
- The Bump
They’re hypoallergenic, antibacterial, and free of all harsh chemicals—including chlorine, phthalates, latex, PVC, TBT, alcohol, preservatives, and antioxidants—so you won’t need to worry about rashes or irritation on your little one’s skin. Bonus: bamboo fiber is naturally thermal regulating, so it’ll keep your baby cooler in hot temperatures and warmer when it’s cold.
- Verywell Family
These diapers are environmentally friendly, no harsh chemicals, dyes, or fragrances.
- Best Mom Products
The other cool feature with these diapers is that they have some tiny perforations to allow aeration, which helps dry the skin of your baby.
- HQ Review
These diapers are so free of everything, we're not sure what's left for ingredients! They have no perfumes, fragrances, dyes, preservatives, alcohol, latex, PVC, chlorine, or phthalates (BPA). They are a great diaper for babies with contact allergies, given that they are also free of gluten, wheat, and corn.
- Mommy Hood 101
Here’s yet another frontrunner for the best disposable diapers for environmental-conscience parents. These should do well in preventing rashes and such as they are hypoallergenic and even contain antibacterial materials.
- All Kids Reviews
It is a bio degradable diaper that contains no harmful chemicals or substances and only natural fibers and Bamboo which is the best for baby’s skin and the environment.
- Adversify
It is eco-friendly and it does not irritate the skin. Its hypoallergenic and antibacterial properties make it a great choice for parents that are concerned about skin rashes.
- Top Ten The Best
Diapers, as a whole aren’t the most biodegradable items that you can throw away after being used and for some parents that is a very big deal. With the Biodegradable Bamboo Disposable Diapers from Andy Pandy, those parents can have a biodegradable option that is not only gentle on the environment, but on their child’s skin as well.
- My Babies Planet
Since these diapers are naturally made, they don’t have any chemicals or dyes added to them. This makes them a wonderful choice if you are worried about exposing your baby to chemicals or you have reason to believe that they might have some sort of skin allergy.
- My Parenting Journey
What I liked about these diapers is that they are 100% chlorine free. One of the main reason we choose cloth diapers for our kids is to avoid them spending their whole day and night with harmful chemicals against their private parts. With Andy Pandy diapers being chlorine and phthalate free, I feel much more comfortable with using disposable diapers.
- The Monarch Mommy
Parents agree that Andy Pandy Disposable Diapers offer the best fit as well as the right amount of air circulation. The elastic waistband guarantees a snug fit, so no leakage ever occurs. Also, the 3-D form fitting design has leakage barriers, so your baby is always clean.
- Organic Life HQ
They guarantee no leakages and very skin friendly preventing rushes, thanks to their chemical-free materials and core.
- Best 10 Selling
The inner bamboo layer of the Andy Pandy diaper has been sprayed by a small puff of Aloe Vera. This a great healing product that soothes inflammation of the skin and keeps skin moisturized. The back sheet of this diaper is made from perforated bamboo, so that baby’s skin can breathe and remain cool.
- Best Disposable Diapers
For many diapers, an odor is also an issue most especially if the diaper is already wet. However, this diaper is quite different as it offers an odor-resistant feature. This will keep your baby from having a bad smell.
- Best Diaper Reviews
This diaper had thermal regulating and moisture wicking capabilities that will ensure your baby stays dry and comfortable.
- Diaper News
They are extremely soft and amazingly absorbent. What’s more, they’re good for the planet. I have tried every brand on the market and this is one of the best.
- Parenthood Guide

What experts didn't like

Some experienced problems with leaks and felt these were not absorbent enough for overnight use.
- BestReviews
This diaper is also good at handling leaks, but it struggled to keep liquids locked away and performed poorly in our tests for absorption. Unfortunately, the higher price and poor absorption results override any other benefits of this diaper and make it an option we think can do better.
- Baby Gear Lab
July 28, 2017 | Full review
They are not designed to be used overnight.
- Mom Loves Best
May not last through the night.
- Born Cute
According to some reviews these aren’t ideal for newborns as the size is a little too big in comparison to other brands that provide newborn diapers.
- Net Parents
A few parents said that these organic diapers are not always true to size. You can request a sample so that you can be sure you get the perfect fit for your little one.
Sized differently than other diaper brands and some sizes tend to go out of stock.
- Heavy
But you'll be paying slightly more for this quality: about 15 cents more per diaper.
- The Bump
The shape is an awkward rectangle shape, that doesn’t mold to your child’s body as well.
- Best Mom Products
Some moms reported that these diapers were great for overnight, but others reported that they wouldn't suggest using them for overnight.
- Mommy Hood 101
Indicator doesn’t always work.
- All Kids Reviews
Some of the newer models are said to be less absorbent and fall apart when soiled excessively.
- Adversify
Despite being eco-friendly, comfortable and can absorb liquid properly, the diapers feel like they can shred easily. They are not as durable when it comes to the fabric they are made of and that might seem like a major con.
- Top Ten The Best
The sizing on these diapers is a bit tough to determine. While other diapers come in a wide array of sizes from newborn to toddler, these diapers are listed as small, medium, or large. This might make it difficult to get just the right fit to guarantee that your little one won’t leak.
- My Parenting Journey
The price of Andy Pandy diapers is quite high.
- Best Disposable Diapers
New-born size is a bit big
- Best Diaper Reviews
The elastic waistband does not contain leaks.
- Diaper News
They not look extra cute and they seem slightly big.
- Parenthood Guide

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.