Bambooty was founded by Amelia Singh in Australia in 2008. Her daughter suffered from severe eczema. Amelia discovered that the eczema was aggravated by disposable diapers and she tried several reusable diapers that improved her daughter's eczema.
After a few months of dealing with leaks, poor stitching, and ugly thick designs, Amelia started making Hannah's diapers herself. Soon Amelia made diapers for family and friends, after which Bambooty was born.
Why cloth diapers?
Gentle on the baby.
A cheaper alternative to disposable diapers.
It is better for the environment.
The story behind Bamboo
Bambooty uses bamboo for the diapers as it is made with much less water than cotton and does not require any pesticides or chemicals, thus reducing the environmental impact. Bamboo absorbs more moisture than cotton and is a more sustainable crop because of the speed at which it grows compared to cotton. In addition, bamboo is also silky soft.
Bambooty supports the Australian Breastfeeding Association and has won several awards for baby products.