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Merries brand from Japan, has impeccable reviews from parents based on its performance but they disclose little to no relevant or concrete information about the other 4 Pillars. So, how does it stack up against The Conscious Score? See why they got an F below.
Merries Diapers does not disclose their ingredients and there is no relevant or concrete information about what is or is not in their diaper. Based on our standards and their transparency, Merries gets an F for The Ingredient Pillar of the Conscious Score.
Merries disclose little to no relevant or concrete information about their environmental practices. Merries receive an F for The Environmental Pillar of The Conscious Score.
Merries disclose little to no relevant or concrete information about their human rights practices. Merries receive an F for The Human Rights Pillar of The Conscious Score.
Merries discloses no relevant information about whether they are vegan, cruelty free or if they sell in a country that requires animal testing. Merries gets an F for The Animal Rights Pillar of The Conscious Score.
We evaluate performance of the baby diapers based on real parent feedback and 3rd party lab tests. We consider things like absorbency, durability, scent, leak protection and softness.
Based on 401 parents' feedback we have given Merries Diapers a 4.7 out of 5 for its overall performance. Parents gave an A for the softness, absorbency, and comfort. Only 39 parents were critical of the brand, but there were no consistencies to note in terms of poor performance. Merries Diapers receives an A for the Performance Pillar of The Conscious Score.
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