Introducing the Yoga Pants of Diapers
Slip-on diaper pants that fit just like yoga pants so that your baby is free to explore the world around them (and you’re free from worrying about leaks and blowouts). Our new and improved natural diaper pants are crafted with breathable fabrics and full 360o stretchy lycra that help provide an automated fit and conform to baby’s natural body and movement.
Designed to be ultra thin, light and feel like second skin: an endeavor made in parallel to deliver optimum snugness while reducing carbon footprint and using raw materials more resourcefully. Less does more.
New and improved Parasol Diaper Pants.
Here’s the specific improvements we’ve made:
- Double folded fabric around the waist to cushion skin – no red marks. ever.
- Wider Leak Guards with Added Elastics – helping keep all the mess in while decreasing pressure at the leg cuffs and providing a more comfortable leg hold.
- Double seams at the side ensuring elasticity but providing an easy, effortless tear when it’s time for a diaper change.
- One-piece seamless structure with 3D technology. Just geeking out here, making a better diaper pant in one go rather than piecing together three garments
Diaper pants features that work and you love, which are staying:
- Highly breathable fabrics – ooohh ahhhh. Diapers that are extra breathable to support skin health and user comfort.
- Only water based inks used in minimal B&W prints in our diapers and in our packaging.
- Ultra thin core – a highly absorbent diaper core that is so thin it feels weightless. No to bulky, sagging diapers that limit movement.
- None of the bad stuff – free from chlorine, alcohol, dyes, any harsh chemical, fragrance, lotion, parabens, phthalates, preservatives,, latex and heavy metals.
Do these diaper pants come with RashShield Protection?
That’s the only way we’ll have it. Designed to protect baby’s delicate skin by locking humidity layers deep to help guard against diaper rash.
How are diaper pants different from traditional diapers?
Parasol diaper pants (also known as potty training pants) are designed to absorb urine and keep your baby dry – just like Parasol regular diapers would. The main difference between pants and traditional diapers is in the waist area design. Pants have a full waist elastic – just like briefs or other garments of clothing and are pulled up through each leg, instead of wrapped around and fastened. When it’s time for a change, pants can be teared through the side seams and removed (instead of slipped down like underwear). Read up on the full difference between both types of diapers here.
Diaper Pant Size Chart
Parasol Clear+Dry Diaper Pants are available in size 4 and 5.
When would I use diaper pants instead of regular diaper?
Usually, when babies are around 6 to 9 months old, they may start to wriggle or roll around during diaper changes. Many parents may see benefits in the diaper changing routine from around that age, though some will wait to introduce them closer to potty training age.
Why should I switch to diaper pants?
When your baby starts crawling or moving around a lot, diaper pants will give them the freedom to keep exploring with minimal interruptions when you change diapers. Diaper pants allow you to remove and slip on a new one even if your baby is standing, crawling or otherwise on-the-go. Instead of having to lay your baby down to get their diaper changed, you can simply tear the diaper pants and easily pull up a new pair.
How do I go about putting on a diaper pant?
First, make sure you’ve identified the front and back of the diaper. The back will have a tape. While the baby is leaning onto something or hugging you, pass one leg at a time through the diaper’s legs holes and then pull the diaper up to their tummy. If you're putting diaper pants on a baby boy, do a final check to make sure their penis isn’t facing upwards as that would shoot their pee right out before the diaper has a chance to work on it!
How do I remove diaper pants from my baby?
Removing diaper pants is very easy. You don’t have to pull down the pants to remove them, you can simply tear them apart at the sides to take them off. Remember, the diaper pants come with tape so that you can roll them up and tape them just before disposal. Just like with regular diaper use, make sure your kiddo’s skin is clean and dry before slipping on a new pair of diaper pants.