Diapering your kiddo just got easier—with DYPER! The planet-friendly diaper service is launching a new subscription program Feb. 1 and you can get a one-week diaper trail for $8!

Forget about trips to the grocery store or warehouse club to load up on diapers. With DYPER you’ll get individualized delivery based on your baby’s weight.

So how does DYPER work? The subscription service uses artificial intelligence to estimate the number of diapers your child needs each week. Don’t worry if your run out—DYPER’s SOS service offers a week’s worth of extras delivered to your doorstep in four to 24 hours.

Not only is DYPER convenient, it’s also good for the planet. Used diapers are fully compostable and free of chlorine, latex, alcohol, perfumes, phthalates, PVC, lotions and TBT. DYPER also purchases carbon offsets on behalf of service subscribers to help reforestation.

DYPER’s diapers come in sizes for newborns through children who are potty training. The month-to-month subscription costs $68, with delivery every four weeks. To order DYPER’s diapers, and get a one-week trial for $8, visit the service’s site here.

—Erica Loop

Photos: Courtesy of DYPER



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