Why don’t your diapers have a wetness indicator?

Unfortunately, wetness indicators can raise some concerns because they're made using a dye or pH indicator that changes color when it comes into contact with urine, but this requires the use of chemicals like quaternary ammonium compounds, associated with reproductive and developmental problems, and halogenated organic compounds, which persist and cause damage to the environment.

 

As being the first and only EWG Verified diaper, our current diapers don't have a wetness indicator. We took safety as our number one concern and only included what is absolutely necessary. We know (and have since gotten the feedback!) that wetness indicators are so convenient for parents. We are looking into potentially adding them in the future, but first need to be completely sure that there are no toxicological or safety concerns that would come along with them.

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