Diapers to your door. What more could you ask for? Well, yeah ok, you can get pretty much anything delivered to your door nowadays, but diapers are still pretty cool. And if you are new to parenting, you will quickly learn just how quickly you go through these bad boys.
Let’s check out this Parasol Co Diapers and Wipes Review.
The folks at Parasol Co were nice enough to send me some diapers and wipes to try out and review. All thoughts and opinions in this review are my own and are not influenced by the promotional materials I received. This review may include some affiliate links, which provides a way for me to earn some spare change, should you decided to purchase anything that I talk about. This cost you nothing extra.
Parasol Co Diapers Review
I was honestly very impressed with the diapers that I received from Parasol Co. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but these were quality diapers. We’ve used Pampers since the day my son was born and I was sure we wouldn’t care for anything else. We tried Target’s brand for a while, to try and save on cost, but they just weren’t as good. We actually used the entire supply that Parasol Co sent to us.
The diapers fit nice and snug and they seemed to be comfortable on our son. Our son actually just made the transition from size 4 to 5, but before we had time to purchase any new size 5’s, he blew out the sides of some size 4 Pampers. The Parasol diapers came in handy there because their size 4 actually still fit him and reduced the risk of poop explosions getting out. So you may actually get a few extra weeks out Parasol for each size. I have no other real research to back this though.
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.
According to their website, their diapers are hypoallergenic, chlorine-free, fragrance-free, lotion-free and latex-free. So those are always nice traits to see in a product, especially ones that will be up against your baby’s skin for hours at a time.
You can check out these diapers for yourself by clicking here:
Parasol Co Wipes Review
The Parasol Co wipes came in a few different size options – the smaller ones being for travel or diaper bags, which they fit nicely. These wipes are strong. They are a cloth-like wipe and you really have to tug on these puppies to get them to tear. A strong, well-made, wipe is crucial if you have a nasty mess to clean up. You do not want your finger tearing through, mid-wipe! I would actually rate these baby wipes a good bit stronger and more durable than Pampers or Huggies.
The Parasol wipes are certified PETA Cruelty-Free and Vegan, Hypoallergenic, and use organic aloe. They contain a blend of cucumber, chamomile, oat and marshmallow extracts plus moisturizing aloe vera and Vitamin E. Yes, marshmallow extract!
You can give them a try and let me know what you think.
How The Subscription Service Works
This is really simple and very cool. A great thing to set up and then you don’t have to worry about when you’ll need to buy diapers or wipes next.
- Go to their site
- Choose the size and style of diaper you want
- Select how often you want to receive diapers (every 4 weeks, etc)
- That’s it. Now you just wait for them to be delivered.
You can do a combo of diapers and wipes or you can just get diapers. Totally up to you.
In the combo package – Diapers and wipes
- 4 giant packs of diapers (quantities depend on size)
- 3 full-size packs + 2 travel-size packs of wipes
- 4 giant packs of diapers
In the end guys, I would totally use these diapers. Like I mentioned, we went through the entire supply they sent us and we really liked them. The diapers are good quality and I like the different pattern options. For me, I’d probably just do the diapers, as I prefer using Pamper or Bloom baby wipes. This is just me though. To each their own.
Let me know what you guys think. Have you tried Parasol or any other subscription diaper services? I realize that with Amazon Subscribe & Save, you can really get anything on a set schedule nowadays.