Kit & Kin – Product Review

Kit & Kin Product Review

Kindly gifted by @bumppr



They have a range of products; nappies, wipes, skincare and babywear. They have normal strap nappies and pull up style nappies in the cutest designs. They also sell wipes and nappy sacks too. Kit and Kin do a subscription service and you can buy bundles. The skincare products they sell look amazing too, they have hair and body wash, bubble bath etc, you must have a look on the website.


The pull ups are reasonably thick which makes me think they were comfortable, although Lennon isn’t used to wearing pull ups so he did keep trying to pull them down until he got used to them. They are very stretchy and easy to put on a wriggling baby!


The absorbancy is amazing and the pull ups didn’t leak once. Lennon wee’s a lot due to drinking so much and he usually has loose soils when teething but I had no problems with the pulls with this.


They are bloody adorable, I love all the designs and it made me want to purchase more after in the different designs. Lennon liked to choose which animal pull up he wanted to wear which made nappy changing fun.


The founders of Kit & Kin; Spice Girl, UNICEF ambassador and radio presenter Emma Bunton and Director of Product Development Christopher Money who has a rich history in the world of maternity and children’s products.


Emma: “We wanted to come up with something that was eco-friendly, biodegradable, natural… All of the things that we feel really passionately about. Being a parent, I just wanted to change things. My boys have ezcema. I needed a natural product. I’ve learnt so much from my boys, they have been a wonderful inspiration and they have helped with some of the colours and the bottles and branding so they have been everything to me”.


‘Our Mission’

“Were commited to protecting your children now and in the future. For every 10 customers that buy a Kit & Kin nappy subscription, we will fund the purchase and protection of one acre of tropical rainforest though WLT. Together we can make a difference.”

To read more about this click the link below.

If you’d like to try Kit & Kin nappies, their monthly subscription service is cost effective as well as convenient. Get nine other friends on board and that’s another acre of rainforest saved from destruction. You can buy their nappies, wipes, skincare and babywear directly from the website as well as many other stores, such as Ethical Superstore and Spirit of Nature.

(Please click the links below to visit the site)




Thank you so much for gifting me these products, I had so much fun reviewing them and I hope everyone has enjoyed reading the review. Please don’t forget to like, comment and subscribe.

Jade x


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