Both you and your baby are going to love the newest diaper on the block. Meet Parasol Co – the makers of these super soft, super stylin’ and super safe just-launched diapers. Read on to get the full scoop.

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Soft Takes On New Meaning

First things first, these diapers are soft. While you change diaper after diaper in the first few months of parenthood, you might not think much about how the diaper feels to your baby. But don’t forget, diapers are touching your baby’s brand new, sensitive skin the majority of the day. When you feel Parasol diapers and compare them to your current go-to brand, we swear you’ll feel a big difference.

Along with the diapers, Parasol also makes wipes. Like their diapers, these wipes boast a cloth-like feel that’s softer than most. Plus, they’re enriched with good-for-skin ingredients: oat, aloe vera, Vitamin E and chamomile; and scented naturally with cucumber.

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What’s Inside Counts

Whether or not you know a lot about the good, the bad, and the ugly of disposable diapers. We can quickly tell you that some disposables contain harsh chemicals, like chlorine and fragrances, that you may not want resting against your baby’s skin day and night. Parasol diapers tout their baby-safe make-up. They’re free of chlorine, latex and fragrances; and they’re hypoallergenic. The gorgeous patterns are created using lead-free inks. And, any eco-conscious parents will also love that they’re made from wood pulp that’s sourced from certified sustainably managed forests.

Even without harsh chemicals, these diapers work hard to keep your baby dry, for long hours. This is a diaper you could use both during the day and for good a night’s sleep.

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These Diapers Are Made for Instagram

We’re suckers for cute diaper-clad baby photos and if you dress your little chubby bub up in one of these patterned lookers, we promise you’ll get extra likes on any snaps you post. Parasol’s current lineup includes six patterns created by artist Ashley Goldberg. Her bold, vivid illustrations and paintings will look oh-so-trendy on your baby’s bum.

Every season, you’ll find new hand-painted designs from up-and-coming artists, so you can always look forward to something new and fun in the diaper drawer.

Also on the horizon – diaper bags from designed by California textile artist Caroline Cecil.

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How to Get Parasol Diapers

To get started, visit and sign up for a trial box of 8 diapers and a travel pack of wipes, which costs $6 to cover shipping. Then you’ll be automatically signed up for a diaper subscription of a box of diapers and wipes each month. Of course, you can cancel at anytime, or change your subscription to deliver diapers and wipes more or less often based on your needs. You can pick different patterns each time if you like, or stick to one you love. They also offer a “Diapers Only” subscription for parents who buy wipes elsewhere.

Don’t like the subscription format? While you can’t buy Parasol diapers in local stores, you can buy giant boxes a la carte via their website for $22. The box contains between 66 diapers (newborn) and 30 diapers (size 6), depending upon the size you choose.

What qualities do you look for in your baby’s diapers? Tell us in a Comment.

–Julie Seguss