​Just the Facts

Better for the Earth

A child uses an average of 6000 diapers before being potty trained!

It is estimated that 27.4 billion disposable diapers are consumed every year in the U.S.

No one knows how long it takes for a disposable diaper to decompose, but it is estimated to be about 250-500 years, long after your children, grandchildren and great, great, great grandchildren will be gone.

Disposable diapers are the third largest single consumer item in landfills, and represent about 4% of solid waste. In a house with a child in diapers, disposables make up 50% of household waste.

By using The Diaper Fairy, you help keep all of those diapers out of landfills. 

Easier than Disposables

Using The Diaper Fairy eliminates the need to purchase diapers - no initial investment and no last minute trips to the store. What you need is delivered directly to your door each week, leaving you more time for more important things!

The Diaper Fairy is here for you! Not sure about sizes or accessories? Need some help trouble-shooting? Looking to experiment with some different covers or inserts? We can help you! We are happy to supply you with new things to try, and will even come to your home and answer your questions right there with your baby!

Depending on the brand and quantity purchased, using disposable diapers can cost up to $3000 over the course of 2 years. The Diaper Fairy costs on average around $2200 over two years. 

Better for your Baby

Babies in cloth diapers tend to experience fewer diaper rashes because they are changed more frequently and stay drier.

Cloth diapers are softer and more comfortable than disposable diapers. And let's face it, they are much cuter!

Disposable diapers contain chemicals that can irritate babies' skin and have been linked to other ailments. For example, dioxin is listed by the EPA as the most toxic of all cancer-linked chemicals and tributyl-tin (TBT) is a toxic pollutant known to cause hormonal problems in humans and animals.

Cloth diapers are all cotton and contain no harsh chemicals.