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American firm Dyper launches eco-friendly Charcoal Enhanced Diapers

18 Aug '23
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Pic: Dyper


  • Dyper has introduced Charcoal Enhanced Diapers, part of an environmentally friendly line.
  • These diapers are certified for the absence of harmful substances and are infused with charcoal, known for its odour-fighting properties.
  • The product also includes matching hypoallergenic wipes.
  • The diapers are available at various online and brick-and-mortar retailers.
Dyper has announced the launch of its new Charcoal Enhanced Diapers, expanding its product line focused on environmentally conscious solutions. These diapers are designed with charcoal infusion, a material known for its filtering and odour-fighting properties.

The Charcoal Enhanced Diapers maintain the principles of the company’s original diapers, undergoing independent testing and receiving Certification Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX for the absence of harmful substances. The hypoallergenic diapers have a plant-based inner layer designed to lock moisture, with the addition of charcoal to create a distinctive colour, the company said in a media release.

The product also extends to matching Charcoal Enhanced Baby Wipes, made with 100 per cent plant-based materials and 98 per cent pure water.

The Charcoal Enhanced Diapers include a 3 per cent charcoal content from Bamboo in the outer layer, a redesigned closure system for better fit, renewable packaging, and an option for responsible disposal through Dyper’s optional REDyper service.

This product addition aligns with Dyper's mission of innovating in the diaper industry and providing consumers with options that are both ethical and eco-conscious.

The Charcoal Enhanced Diapers are available through online and brick-and-mortar retailers including Amazon, Babylist, and Walmart.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)

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