Convenience and eco-friendly aren’t often two terms that go hand-in-hand, but with DYPER’s bamboo diaper service that’s exactly what you’ll get. Saving bums and the planet? We’re so on board with this. And now the company is expanding it’s product line to include even more affordable, green items.
DYPER is the first diaper subscription service of its kind, offering eco-friendly diapers delivered straight to your door every month. Thanks to its parent company, STYR Labs, you can manage all aspects of your diaper order right from your phone with an easy-to-use app. Besides diapers, the company’s offerings now include chemical-free, biodegradable bamboo baby wipes, as well as vegan diaper cream and a DYPER diaper bag.
“Beyond our commitment to save the earth from chemical laden diapers that consume our landfills by creating a better biodegradable diaper,” says Sergio Radovcic, Founder and CEO of STYR Labs, “we also set out to make parenting just a little less stressful with our SOS button that delivers diapers within 2-24 hours if you are running low, at no additional cost to your subscription.”
The company uses artificial intelligence technology to estimate the exact size and quantity of diapers you need and if they aren’t right, they can deliver your replacement diapers in just two hours. They will even deliver them to you while you’re away from home or on vacation. Just imagine: no more filling your suitcase with diapers when you travel!
The subscription costs just $60 a month, or about $2 per day, which is easily on par with what you would pay for regular diapers in a store—except that these are no ordinary diapers. DYPER offers soft, absorbent, hypoallergenic and antibacterial diapers that are biodegradable, chemical-free and made from sustainable bamboo.
“Once we learned that it takes traditional disposable diapers up to 500 years to decompose, we knew we could find a better way,” commented Radovcic. “So we set out on a mission to ‘Save the Bum & Save the Earth’ and ended up with a biodegradable, chemical-free and compostable bamboo diaper that degrades in 75 days.”
“Simply put, we love creating products that make it just a little bit easier to be a new parent,” said Radovcic in a new statement, “and it has been incredible to see our customers responding with 5-star reviews, posting photos and videos on social media and calling us up to collaborate.”
You can sign up for a DYPER subscription at GetDYPER.com or by downloading the DYPER app.
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