• $23.99

Nappy Size 1 - 25 per pack, 6 packs per carton
Nappy Size 2 - 58 per pack, 3 packs per carton
Nappy Size 3 - 50 per pack, 3 packs per carton
Nappy Size 4 - 46 per pack, 3 packs per carton
Nappy Size 5 - 44 per pack, 3 packs per carton
Nappy Size 6 - 36 per pack, 3 packs per carton

Muumi eco nappies are skin friendly, and comfortable for your baby to wear:

  • Super soft against your baby’s skin
  • Super absorbent with a natural fluff cellulose core
  • Optimal dryness and absorbency to keep your baby comfortable
  • Double leak guards around the legs for a great fit with no leaks

What's so good about Muumi eco nappies? 

  • No perfumes or lotions lotions
  • No phthalates
  • 100% chlorine free (TCF)
  • BpA free
  • No TBT, PVC, antioxidents or latex
  • Biodegradable packaging made from Mater-Bi™ biofilm
  • Nordic Swan Eco Label
  • Made in Finland
  • Finish Asthma & Allergy certified

Muumi nappies are manufactured in Finland, by a family owned company who have been making nappies for over 35 years. Muumi eco nappies have a much lower eco footprint than standard disposables, guaranteed by the Nordic Swan Eco Label. Unlike many other eco labels, the Nordic Swan Eco Label is concerned with the nappy’s impact over its entire life cycle, not just the disposal. There are many factors that affect the environmental impact of a product. Currently, there isn’t a fully biodegradable disposable nappy available on the market. As a consumer trying to reduce your eco-footprint, it is important to look at the entire lifecycle of the product, rather than a single factor.

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Excellent muumibaby nappies

The muumibaby nappies are fantastic quality, no leaks and made eco consciously.

Great Nappies

Website is super easy to navigate
Speedy delivery straight to the home
Nappies are so soft, good fit with great absorbency

Great nappies!

Highly recommended. Lightweight but don't leak and keep bub dry.

Leah Cavanagh

Nappies are great. Would be better if they were 100% safe to breakdown instead of the 80odd%
Still heading in the right direction.

Abilash Kidangan