Esembly

Did you know that disposable diapers are the third most common single-use item comprising landfills in the US? Once in the landfill, most generic disposables can even take up to 500 years to break down - yikes! As a parent, just keeping up with your little ones' numerous changing needs is quite an endeavor, and adding waste management to your list of to-dos may feel like a mountainous task. That's where Esembly comes in: an innovative reusable cloth diaper company made by parents for parents. Esembly combines effective diapering solutions with an eco (and adorable) twist, demystifying what has previously been a confusing and daunting process!

When Liz Turrigano was a new mom, she, like many other parents and caregivers, experienced the dramatic mishaps and unreliability that often accompany disposable diapers. A memorable incident for her involving a subway ride and an exploded diaper that left both mama and baby in tears is one many may relate to! She knew there had to be a better, safer way to diaper her daughter and a way to do so that also protected the health and future of the planet. Liz joined forces with Sarah Edwards and Marta Baumann and together they set to work creating a line of reusable options that were comfortable for babies and successful in preventing dreaded leaks and blow-outs. With their simplified options, Esembly offers a straightforward and sustainable diaper for parents that are eager for an alternative to the standard disposable. Better for the parent, baby, and the planet - what more could we ask for?

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A diapering system for sustainability

For too long, disposable diapers have been viewed and accepted as the only way to protect baby bottoms during their early years. In their first year of life, babies go through an average of 2,500 disposable diapers. Not only does this present a huge amount of waste (that ends up in landfills), but it's costly (the average parent drops around $72 a month on diapers)! Esembly is changing the diapering game, offering the sweetest reusable alternatives that are both successful and cost-effective. Choosing Esembly diapers over disposable options can save families up to $2,000 in their little ones' first 36 months. Plus, Esembly employs earth and baby bottom-loving materials like GOTS certified organic cotton for their super soft inners and recycled polyester for their charming waterproof outers! Esembly is also hyper-conscious of any and all plastic usage, opting for plastic-free packaging whenever possible. Choose to reuse with Esembly!

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