Green Sprouts Waterproof Mixed Print Swim Diaper (XX Large/3T 3 Years)
Green Sprouts Waterproof Mixed Print Swim Diaper is a basic swim diaper for containing messes.Green Sprouts Waterproof Mixed Print Swim Diaper is a waterproof pant with absorbent terry lining. Green Sprouts Waterproof Mixed Print Swim Diaper is snug-fitting around babies' legs and waist. Green Sprouts Waterproof Mixed Print Swim Diaper can be used alone or over a disposable swim diaper. Green Sprouts Waterproof Mixed Print Swim Diaper is available in the following sizes: Small (6 Months), Medium (12 Months), Large (18 Months), Extra Large (24 Months), XXLarge/3T (3 Years).
Swim Diapers are no longer just a matter of preventing embarassing accidents - they have become an important public health issue. 27 states now require or encourage the use of approved swim diapers (waterproof with snug-fitting legs and waist) for diaper-aged children swimming in public pools. i Play is the original Swim Diaper manufacturer with over 15 years of experience making, testing and improving their Swim Diaper.
Green Sprouts has been making playwear for babies from natural fibers for over 25 years. i Play's layette items are made from thick, breathable cotton so that little ones can play comfortably.
While the first priority is ensuring that what babies put in their mouths is safe, it is also important to protect young children from exposure to harsh chemicals in their external environment that can be absorbed through their skin or inhaled through their mouths and noses. As children grow older, i Play believes they should begin learning healthy fitness habits early through yoga and active play - both indoors and out!
Grown without the use of toxins, synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, organic cotton is the safest, healthiest fabric available - especially for allergy-sensitive babies. i Play's organic cotton is produced without harsh chemical bleaches and is tested to ensure the absence of metal contaminants. i Play uses low-impact dyes for the health and safety of babies and the environment.