Mar 5, 2020, 03:26 AM
Hello Nicole and thanks for writing! Yes, they are disposable and VERY VERY absorbent! i'm going to send you a photo in email of my grandson who decided to do a deep dive into a trash barrel that I use to store emergency water. It was hot outside and we had been to the post office and walking around the market. He is 2yrs old and we were both hot, dusty and tired. (I'm American but I live in sub Saharan Africa, Senegal, West Africa). My son grew up here, married a local girl and decided to stay and start a family rather than go back to the US).
ANYWAY so he made a bee line for the back of the house, went thru the back door where I'm still in prepper mode from living in hurricane alley (Pensacola, FL) most of my life, and he took the top off and climbed in with all his clothes, diaper, shoes, everything! haha! Funniest thing ever! His mom was going crazy and I just said leave him - he's already wet take his shoes off and let him enjoy himself.
He stayed out there and played for a long time and now I see I don't have to buy him a baby pool for the summer! lol!
MY POINT: so he had his diaper on as I mentioned above. When I finally took him out I noticed that it didn't come apart, tear or have pieces of bubbly chemicals floating around the water... nothing. I was extremely full though, obviously, of water and it was holding ALOT. I lay the baby on the table to dry him off, put some Karite'' all over him; (Mali, we use Mali shea butter here and it's EXCELLENT for baby's hair and skin, he's never had a diaper rash, never!). Got him dressed and picked up the old diaper. It WEIGHED A TON! Still, no leaching of product material though, it was more absorbent that I have ever seen. I'm 60yrs old... 3 children of my own, and I worked in a Montessori nursery back in the day so I have seen my share of leaky diapers.
These aren't tho.
It was curious and I weighed it. It was 4.2 kilos, i still remember, which is about 9.25lbs! 9 and a quarter lbs - that's why it was so heavy, FULL OF WATER!
IT'S THE MOST AMAZING THING I HAVE EVER SEEN - And I've seen a lot of products here that amazed me because we don't have a LOT of stuff that Africans and Europeans have (which is why I put a gazillion products up here on WeBuyBlack.com!)
These diapers however, will always be at the top of my list! Oh another thing... you aren't going to believe me and maybe because I'm 'grandma' I don't see as many but I buy them to keep at my house and they stayed with me the first year and then took an apartment upstairs. The tabs are Velcro not tape so they ALWAYS WORK. I haven't seen a defective diaper yet and they fit so nicely too. Very neat and clean looking, lightweight but highly absorbent. It's a rare day that it leaks and that was when he was teething and mom was sloppy about getting his diaper on properly. It didn't completely cover his butt so yes, yellow slime came down his leg! lol! Other than that though, Baby Sineta has been straight.
ZERO DIAPER RASHES, BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIN, NO ECZEMA OR DRYNESS PROBLEMS, & HIS HAIR GROWS WELL AND STAYS CONDITIONED. HE HAS NO DANDRUFF. IN FACT, I USED THE KARITE/MALI SHEA BUTTER TO GET THE CRADLE CAP OUT AND HE'S BEEN DANDRUFF FREE WITH THAT ONE EXCEPTION, THAT'S NORMAL THO.
I'd highly recommend you give these a try Nicole. You can leave them on longer too - his mom drives me nuts saying to leave him wet and don't change him so much but it's really not necessary, the diapers are so absorbent, she's right. They are a young couple on a budget and she doesn't want to waste diapers but you'll see, you can leave your Baby Genisis a little longer with the diapers and it will save you money overall, in the long run.
You'll see they are worth the cost!
Whew... long answer huh?! lol!
My name is Sineta George and please, google me if you want so you can see who I am and what I'm doing here. I'm not a crazy person and we're legit. I run a tourism business here in Senegal/Africa but if you order from me, you'll get your products, I'm not a scammer!
Take care and have a great weekend Nicole!