What’s in the Ecoriginals?-(Ecoriginals review)

You may have arrived at this Ecorignals nappies review because you wonder what’s in the Ecoringals nappies and like to learn if these disposables are as eco-friendly as claimed in their adverts you may have seen on social media.

What's in the Ecoriginals?-Baby laying on a change table..
What’s in the Ecoriginals?-Baby lying on a changing table.

If so, you are on the right track as we like to provide you in this review with the pros and cons to see if Ecoriganls are worth it for you to give a go or if one of the other Eco nappies the market aligns better with your lifestyle choices.

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Product Details for the Ecoriginals

Product:Eco nappies
Brand:Ecoriginals
Based at:Australia
Founded in:Byron Bay
Sold in:Australia and New Zealand
Manufacturing:In China, in an ISO-certified factory
Subscription available:Yes
Compostable?:Home compostable packaging
Non-Toxic? Free of:*phthalates
*bleach
* fragrances
Biodegradable:90% biodegradable
How long to break down the nappy on a landfill?:Within four months at the landfill when disposed of correctly. (depending on landfill site conditions).
Sizes:A wide range of sizes available-Newborn up to 18 kilos.
Availability:You can browse Ecoriginals here.
Ecoriginals Review 2021

‘Did you know that the Ecoriginals goal is a 100% plastic-free nappy in 2025’?

What’s IN the Ecoriginals?

Ecoriginals are made from FSC-certified wood pulp, Non-GMO corn starch and cotton and for the sake of performance, small amounts of polyethylene (PE) are used for the nappy’s strength small amount of lycra around the legs to prevent leaks. The newest launched Ecoringals are made from an impressive 90% biodegradable materials that can break down in 3 months. Ecoriginals aim to have a 100% plastic-free nappy in 2025!

How do Ecorignals perform?

Like any other product you read reviews about, also for Ecorignals, you can read both positive and negative reviews online.

It is a constant juggle to balance performance and sustainability when creating an ‘eco-friendly nappy’. Of course, creating a greener nappy is what we all want, but obviously, we still expect adequate performance, don’t we?

Best Eco friendly nappies? Baby wearing eco nappy 'Ecoriginal'.
Babywearing Ecoriginals nappy’.

We have trialled Ecoriginals ourselves and have not had any issues with these plastic-neutral nappies.

For parents or carers who like to try out Ecoriginals, remember that they have a 100% satisfaction guarantee. They are refunded any unhappy people with their products, so they must feel pretty confident about them.

‘Did you know that Ecoriginals launched a new version of their nappies in 2020 and are now 90% biodegradable and have the ability to break down on landfill within the 4 months? (when dispost of correctly)’

Do Ecoriginals align with your sustainable goals?

Generally speaking, there are a couple of things beneficial to determine if eco products are genuine so you can decide if the outcomes align with the sustainable goals of your family.

  • Eco-labels-The first thing you can look for when selecting eco-nappies or other eco products is Eco labels. A certified product with a globally recognised eco-label can give you a good insight into sustainable efforts. Some of the highest recognised eco-labels include Nordic Swan. In addition, some tremendous eco-friendly nappy brands like Bamboo Nature and Muumi are certified with this highly respected eco-label. Choosing brands with highly respected eco-labels is the easiest way to find genuine eco-nappies. Another great one is the EU eco-label, which the brand Moltex is empowered with.

Some of these great brands are available in bulk, and with some brands, you can save yourself some dollars, while others do not give many benefits to purchasing in bulk.

  • Research-However, eco-labels are an easy way to give you great reinsurance of a product’s sustainable efforts; other great brands out there may not be certified but are still great eco-friendly choices. More research will determine whether the brand’s sustainable claims are genuine. Perhaps consider visiting the product’s website and looking for transparent information. You will soon learn the difference between brands that love sharing details about their sustainable efforts and transparent brands.
  • Ask questions-When you have any questions about the sustainable efforts of an eco-brand, contact the company and ask questions. You will soon discover the difference between genuine brands that love to provide details and brands you may not hear back from or provide clear answers.

Is Ecorignals Certified with an Eco-label?

However, Ecoriginals don’t tick the first box and are not certified with an ecolabel. Still, they give you detailed and transparent information about their sustainable efforts as one could wish for. They also have helpful customer service to help you answer any questions.

‘Did you know that Ecoriginals work together with Australian scientific organisations like the CSIRO(Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) and aim for continuous improvement of the environmental standards, and aim to be plastic-free in 2025?

Pros and Cons of Ecoriginals

What's in the Ecoriginals?-Set of scales with sphere on one side and money on the other.
What’s in the Ecoriginals?-Set of scales with a sphere on one side and money on the other.

As mentioned, we trialled Ecoriginals, and they performed fine for us. They are soft and not bulky, and the nappies are nice and long on the waist.

We hadn’t any issues with absorbancy or tags not staying in a place. Still, we have seen reviews from others who had problems that may have to do with start-up issues after the newly launched higher percentage of biodegradable nappies.

The nappy fitting was fine, too, with no issues whatsoever. As per the image, the nappy has a reasonably high waist, which I like.

Let’s look at some pros and cons for Ecoriginals, shall we?

Pros

  • 90% biodegradable
  • Clear and transparent detailed information from the brand
  • Money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied
  • Friendly, helpful customer service
  • Home compostable packaging

Cons

  • Not certified with an eco-label
  • Premium pricing
  • Mixed reviews online

How can you try out Ecoriginals?

You have options for excess Ecoriginals, including trial packs, single purchases or subscriptions.

Trial packs- If you want to get a feel of Ecoriginals eco nappies and wipes, you can order a trial package and claim a 25% discount with your first order. The trial packs are a great way to get a feel for the products and the test ofEcorignials performed for your baby.

Single-use purchases-You can also choose to place a single order of your choice, either a single nappy pack, a bulk pack, or just wipes of a bulk pack with a combination of the products.

This could be great if you have already trialled Ecorignals and feel confident Ecorignal products perform for your little person. Still, if you feel confident about Ecoriginals, considering a subscription can be worth it, too, as this may be cheaper.

Subscription: You can order Ecorignals in a subscription format, which would likely work out the cheapest. You can do this in different dynamics, such as only nappies, wipes, or combining the two. Subscriptions with Ecoriginals are perfect for people who feel confident about the products and like to save themselves some dollars.

(Please note that you can pause, edit or cancel your subscription anytime…)

Wrap for; What IN the Ecoriginals?

What's in the Ecoriginals?-Baby on belly with white hat one and soft toy on the side.
What’s in the Ecoriginals?-Baby on the belly with a white hat and soft toy on the side.

However, Ecoriginals are not certified with an ecolabel; you will find reinsurance of how eco-friendly their eco nappies are when you start researching Ecoriginals.

You will learn how transparent the communication is from Ecoriginals. And how they do not hesitate to be transparent about their figures with their audience about how sustainable their nappies are and in which areas their nappies still need improvement.

Did you know Ecoriginal’s goal is to craft 100% biodegradable by 2025?

If you are searching for genuine eco-friendly disposable nappies, we believe Ecorignials is one of the brands worth considering.

Still, if you like to take things one step further, compostable nappies might be worth checking out and perhaps aligning even better with your lifestyle goals. Of course, they don’t come cheap, and there are some obstacles to excess composting services for the nappies, but these nappies are worth checking out.

Did you try the Ecoriginal nappies?

Jude

Ecoriginal Nappies

8.2

Eco-Friendly

9.0/10

Performance

8.5/10

expense

7.0/10

Pros

  • 90 % biodegradable
  • Home compostable packaging
  • Money back guarantee if not satisfied

Cons

  • Not certified with eo-label
  • Premium pricing
  • Mixed reviews online

4 thoughts on “What’s in the Ecoriginals?-(Ecoriginals review)”

  1. This is a great idea and gives one the convenience of a disposable nappy without harming the environment. I wish that these companies could develop a cheaper way of manufacturing these products, as the expense is what causes people to buy into the cheaper brands, even though they harm the environment more. Unfortunately, these nappies are essentials for parents, and they don’t want to mortgage their house to pay for them.

    Maybe as the idea takes off more, these products will reduce their prices and manufacture more at a more affordable rate.

    Reply
    • You are not wrong, Michel; the price tag can be a set back for many families as eco nappies don’t come cheap. Still, many families have made the change to either cloth diapering or eco nappies with the ongoing lifestyle trends. 

      Most eco nappy brands do offer subscription, though, which can make eco diapering more affordable. Alternative multiple brands offer a discount if you are purchasing eco nappies in bulk.

      And as you said, hopefully, in the future eco nappy brand can offer compatible pricing with conventional diapers. 

      Thanks for stopping by,

      Jude

      Reply
  2. Great post, and thank you for once again paying attention to ecology. I personally do not have a child or a problem with nappies, but I definitely support it, and I think it is great that there are things like Eco nappies. I am not sure if they are sold in my country, I sincerely hope that they will appear on the market here.

    Reply
    • Hi, Thanks for stopping by and sharing your insight on eco nappies /diapers today. Eco nappies have many benefits for our environment and babies’ compared to conventional diapers, and brands like Bambo Nature are sold across the globe, so these might be available to you? Ecorignals are only sold in Australia and New Zealand at this stage.

      Jude

      Reply

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