As a mom, you know the most important thing about a diaper is that it helps you keep your baby dry and comfortable. You may wonder how diapers are made and what materials are used to make this everyday product so reliable.
Lebrace Are Designed With Babies in Mind
Lebrace Disposable diapers have come a long way, from Goonitehygiene as the parent company.
Lebrace diapers are made from soft, breathable materials that move with your baby as he plays and sleeps each day. Like most modern disposable diapers, Lebrace have a layered construction, which allows the transfer and distribution of liquid away from the baby to an absorbent core, where the liquid is locked away to help keep your baby comfortable and dry.
How Lebrace Diapers Work
- A baby’s urine first channels through a protective liner, this layer has a thin layerthat’s mild to help maintain the health of your baby’s skin by protecting it from wetness and rashes which is the cotton surface.
- The urine then passes through the absorption layer, which is made from cloth-like polyester fibers that are both soft and effective at quickly absorbing liquid and moving it away from your baby’s skin
- The distribution layer captures the urine flow and transfers it to the absorbent core, which is the storage layer of the diaper. In the core, super-absorbent absorbs the liquid to lock it away from your baby’s skin
- The outer cover of the diaper, also known as the back-sheet, is made of a breathable film topped with soft cloth-like fibers to help prevent wetness from transferring to your baby’s bed or clothes.
Did you know? With the introduction of our super-absorbent system, the incidence and severity of diaper rash has decreased significantly, which helps increase comfort and helps keep your baby’s skin healthy.