Made for use with the GroVia system. Remove soiled soaker pad and replace with a fresh one as needed.
Made with Biodegradable & Compostable Materials*
Fragarance & Dye Free
Plastic & Chlorine Free
Ultra thin construction
Oeko-Tex 100 Certified
Excpetional comfort and fit
* The elastic in the manufacturing of this diaper has not been tested for biodegradability & compostability. Please remove tabs before composting. Super Soft Lining Certified natural, 100% Ingeo spun bound non-woven fabric. Compostable to EN13432 (EU) standard and ASTM D 6400 (USA).
Core Sustainably harvested wood pulp fibers, containing a minimal ammount of SAP gel.
Waterproof Outer The Bio-Film used (fecula) is waterproof and 100% natural. Compostable to the following standard: EN 13432 (EU). Made with Ingeo Fibers, a renewable fiber, free of harsh synthetic chemicals and preservatives.
Bought these with the intentions of using when we ran out of our no prep inserts since we have very few. We have ended up using them more than the other inserts especially while out and about! They're very absorbent for my 1 1/2 year old who is a very heavy wetter from drinking so much since its been hot this summer. She also seems more comfortable when these are used in her diapers because they aren't bulky.
(Posted on 7/2/2017)
Loved these while we stayed in a hotel and didn't have a place to do laundry. No leaks even overnight! They did have some trouble coming off or diapers (left backing behind). After talking with Grovia customer service, I used non acetone nail polish remover and the goo came right off. Now we just use them without taking off the sticky tabs.
(Posted on 1/5/2017)
These are definitely a great on the go or travel solution to cloth diapering. We have used them for week long trips multiple times and love how easy they were. We didn't have leak issues until my daughter was close to a year old and wearing one overnight but only because we needed more absorbency at that point.
I hardly ever used the sticky tabs and never had a problem with them moving around inside shells and when I did, never have had a problem with left behind sticky residue. I always just pulled them off slowly and seemed to work well for me!
(Posted on 12/1/2016)
These are a very convenient cloth diapering option for when you are out and about. To use, I simply laid them in a Grovia hybrid shell and snapped as usual. They seemed to hold a decent amount of pee and were very trim. However, when I broke down the price, it seems that they are a good deal more expensive than disposables so I'm not sure if they are worthwhile for our family's needs.
(Posted on 5/14/2016)
great for vacations or trips out and especially for people that have to watch your baby that dont normally cloth diaper. they have gussets to contain the poo which is great for EBF babies.
(Posted on 2/18/2016)
I thought these would be a great alternative to disposables for road trips, but they are crazy expensive and really just not great. I felt bad putting them on my son because it just seemed like they would be so uncomfortable. It's kinda just like sticking a pad in his hybrid. Also you need to render to go down a rise out you'll get leaks.
(Posted on 12/5/2015)
I'm pretty "eh" about these. I found them to be a bit annoying to try to get placed. The sticky is too sticky to use without residue. It's a great option to have to make the hybrid system more inviting to more people, but they just weren't for us. I found it easier just to take cotton inserts out and about with us.
(Posted on 11/26/2015)
My biggest problem with disposables is the footprint we leave behind. I appreciate an option for travel and bedtime that does not stay in our landfills long term. Absorbs a lot & stays put. Don't use stickies with diapers tho - only underwear - leaves sticky on covers.
(Posted on 11/11/2015)
These are a great alternative for when your on the go and don't feel comfortable using your cloth inserts. Although I personally have no problems using our cloth inserts for running errands, I think it's nice to have these with you.
(Posted on 11/5/2015)
Alright, let's be honest, this is essentially a giant feminine pad for your baby. If it wasn't biodegradable, I could just buy some extra long night pads at Big Lots for a couple bucks for the same purpose, and save a lot of money. I could not find a way to put these in my sons hybrid cover and keep them in place like a prefold with a snappy, so it is basically just a trifolded prefold with less absorbency. I suspect these would probably work OK for a girl, but they leaked all over for my son because of the lack of protection in the front.
(Posted on 10/8/2015)
We love the biosoakers when we are running errands or anytime we are going to be out of the house for a while. They are small and fit easily in our roll up changing mat. They also can absorb more than the Grovia no-prep pads (which we also love), so you can go a little longer between changes. The adhesive tabs in the biosoakers attach easily and hold tightly to the Grovia diaper shells. We are really happy with this product and will definitely be buying this again and again.
(Posted on 10/7/2015)
I don't use the sticky backing because it tends to leave residue on my covers, even the grovia ones they were designed for. Other than the sticky part, they are much better than the Flip disposables (which I also like for travel), because of the elastic-y sides and because they're compost-able. My husband was disappointed in them the time he used them because he didn't know I had stopped using the sticky part, and he tore a soiled insert trying to remove it from the cover, which was a MESS. They are also pretty pricey, but I am willing to pay a little more for the compost-able factor when I need to convenience of disposable inserts.
(Posted on 8/28/2015)
- I brought 7 shells on a 6-day trip and went through maybe 25-30 biosoakers.
- These definitely did not last overnight, bring disposables for bedtime.
- All shells were pre-stuffed with only the back sticky attached. I'd do this every night so they were ready in the diaper bag the next day.
- At diaper change I'd pull up the front of the soaker onto baby, take off sticky, then cover with shell.
- My daughter is 27 lbs and 33.5 in and I had the shells fully snapped in rise! Typically she's on the middle rise.
- Pull off the biosoakers SLOWLY from the shell so you don't leave residue.
The biosoakers contained BM's so well I didn't have a soiled shell the entire trip!
(Posted on 6/30/2015)
I love these for whenever we need a disposable option. As long as the shell is nice and tight we do not have leaks. I also have found they work best with the hook and loop shells not snaps. I only wish that these were less pricey :(
(Posted on 4/21/2015)
After jumping into cloth diapering I found myself wondering how I would carry extra diapers when out and about since they are so bulky and I have a small diaper bag. I also don't know that I will always want to carry a wet/messy diaper with me. So, I purchased these soakers. I am happy with how compact they are (much smaller than a disposable) and I feel good knowing that the materials used are safe for my baby and "green" as well. So far I am pleased with the soakers and their practicl nature when our and about.
(Posted on 4/17/2015)
I bought these to try out before we travel at the end of the month because I don't want to deal with the hassle of a bunch of cloth laundry on vacation. These fit so trim and hold a lot for my heavy wetter! Such fast shipping too, I received these in about 2 days!
(Posted on 4/6/2015)
I keep these on hands to use when vacation for longer than a few days, as well as for when we need to use oils for diaper rash. Very convenient, but alas, expensive compared to cloth =) I haven't tried any other brands thus far, but in my 2.5 years of use, these seem to hold plenty and leak rarely on either of my boys!
(Posted on 10/29/2014)