Our Partners

The basis for creating my Nappy Grab Bag was simple; to be genuinely useful, as environmentally responsible as possible and to only include products that I use on my two small boys.

I’m very proud to be working alongside these wonderful companies who are as inspiring as they are a pleasure to work with. I simply wouldn’t use anything else on my own children…

Established more than 90 years ago, Weleda has been at the forefront of the natural, ethical, sustainable and fair trade health and beauty movement. Established in Germany in 1921, Weleda are very proud to continue to make all their products from pure, natural substances without the need for artificial preservatives. Weleda’s much loved, multi award winning, 100% natural Calendula Nappy Change Cream has been a firm favourite with parents since it was first created and includes organic almond oil, organic calendula and chamomile to soothe, protect and nourish the most delicate of skin.
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When Colin and Janet Cordner’s first child Jackson was eight months old he, like one-in-five children across the UK, developed eczema. The prescribed steroid cream that was meant to help only served to make him unwell and the alcohol present in the standard baby wipes further aggravated the condition. With the market devoid of any natural alternative, these busy parents set about developing a high performing, yet alcohol-free wipe that could be used on their son’s delicate skin.
In 2003, coinciding with the birth of their second son, Jackson Reece Herbal Wipes – made from natural aloe vera and purified water – was born. These wipes are so gentle that you can use them on face and hands as well as bottoms without worrying that they will irritate or dry the skin – and of course, they are ideal for little ones with eczema.
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Marlene Sandberg, a Swedish corporate lawyer and mother of two small boys founded her – now multi-award winning company – more than 20 years ago after becoming first aware of, and then dismayed by the huge environmental impact of disposable nappies. The average Swedish baby was, she read in a newspaper article, responsible for half a ton of disposable nappies heading straight to landfill every year! Crucially, these nappies were predominantly made of a non-degradable oil-derived plastic.

It took five years – juggling a family and a demanding career – for Marlene to develop a high performing disposable nappy that was made using biodegradable, GM free, corn-based film. Manufactured in a factory that carries the coveted Nordic Swan Award for it’s eco practices (run on green energy with minimal waste), these chlorine and fragrance free nappies are the very best choice for the smallest of bottoms!
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