Just like with apps, there’s also a subscription service for just about everything you could possibly need. Clothes subscription? Check. Food subscription? Check. Diaper subscription? Definitely!
Brands like The Honest Company, Amazon Family and Cotton Booty have got your baby covered. But which one is the right for you? We list the best diaper subscription services for 2020 so you can decide which one works for your family.
Though ABBY&FINN was late to join the diaper subscription game, it quickly made the list for one of the best diaper subscription services in 2020. The diapers are eco-friendly, chlorine-free, hypoallergenic and affordable. The founder’s mission, however, sets the company apart and provides an additional reason to place your loyalty with this brand.
Lauren Kanouse, a representative at ABBY&FINN, tells Parentology about the brand’s commitment of giving back to families in need. “[ABBY&FINN] strives to provide families with a convenient, affordable and high-quality solution to help save time and money. On average, [the diapers] are 30% less expensive than other chlorine-free brands, and the subscription model is very flexible, allowing parents to mix sizes and designs in one box and pause or edit their frequency at any time.”
Adding to that goodness? For every subscription box purchased, the brand donates 30 diapers to families in need across the US.
A diapers-only box costs $45, and a diapers and wipes subscription is $55.
Amazon has its hands in everything, so it makes sense that it would offer a diaper subscription delivery service. If you’re a Prime member, you can sign up for a monthly subscription directly through your Prime account. However, if you sign up for Amazon Family, which is available for free for Prime members, you can save an additional 20% on the diaper brand of your choosing.
The Honest Company
All parents want to make the right choices for their families, which is why Jessica Alba founded The Honest Company in 2011. The brand has its values rooted in transparency, community, consciousness, and design, and its goal is to provide safe and effective products that perform.
The company has run into some issues in recent years. There was the $1.55 million the company paid in a class-action lawsuit that claimed it misled buyers about ingredients in its laundry detergent and dish soap. And the 2015 lawsuit where a customer said the sunscreen didn’t work and wasn’t really “natural.” But when it comes to their diapers, this company consistently ranks high.
The Honest Company makes its diapers from sustainable, plant-based materials and decorates the comfortable and absorbent product with cutesy patterns. When you sign up for the diaper and wipes bundle, you get seven packs of the diapers of your choosing plus four packs of the plant-based wipes for $79.95. Shipping is free.
Are cloth diapers more your speed? Cotton Booty strives to make cloth diapering more pleasant by creating adorable, reusable packages. You can choose girl, boy or neutral packages and a subscription of one, three, six or twelve months. You’ll receive one new cloth diaper each month to grow your stash, along with a few fun extras that the brand almost always throws in. Each diaper is $58.99.
Benefits of cloth diapers.
Hello Bello offers a fun subscription service from comedians Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell. The dynamic duo created a parenting company that sells affordable diaper subscriptions in addition to other wholesome products. For $65 a month, you get seven packs of diapers and four packs of wipes. The fun part involves selecting seven spunky diaper patterns from 19 entertaining styles.
Whether you’re looking for convenience, transparency, sustainability or all three, there’s a diaper subscription for you. If you want to buy from a brand with a reputation for superior products and customer service, try one of the above options.