Natural Blossom Premium Diapers were born from our understanding of parents' concerns.
Natural Blossom is lacking a great deal of public information about their diapers. It has received certifications proving to have some environmental standards, no allergens, it is vegan, certified by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Ellead for skin care, and premium design recognition, but they do not elaborate in any detail other than their certification. This leaves a lot up for interpretation. For example, its ingredients are not listed anywhere, their CO2 impact, and we do not know if human rights are being respected. So, how does this brand stack up based on The Conscious Score? See why they got an D rating below.
Natural Blossom has the ISO14001 certification, this allows us to know what standards their company is held to, bit they do not publicly state any of their programs. Based on this standard and their transparency, they recieve a C+ for the Environmental Pillar of The Conscious Score.
Natural Blossom has no evidence of protecting human rights, and does not disclose any information in regards to human rights. Natural Blossom receives an F for the Human Rights pillar of The Conscious Score.
They have a mention on their site of a "Do not Forget me Campaign '' regarding endangered animals but they do not elaborate on what this is or how its being used. Feels alot like greenwashing to us. They do however have 100% Vegan ingredients certified by the UK Vegan Society and they do not test on animals. Natural Blossom gets an A for the Animal Rights Pillar of The Conscious Score.
The Band Type Diapers scored an average 4.2 out of 5 from 38 parents feedback. Parents told us that the softness of the diapers was great. However, the main critique of this product was that they were often not leakproof for overnight use. Based on the feedback we give Natural Blossom Diapers a B for the Performance Pillar of The Conscious Score.
Band Type Diapers
The Band Type Diapers scored an average 4.2 out of 5 from 38 parents feedback. Parents told us that the softness of the diapers was great. However, the main critique of this product was that they were often not leakproof for overnight use and have an average performance for day time absorbency. Based on the feedback we give Natural Blossom Diapers a B for the Performance Pillar of The Conscious Score.
Pull-up Diapers scored an average 4.5 out of 5 from 265 parents’ feedback. The pull ups have better reviews than the regular diapers, scoring very high in softness, comfort and stretch. Parents also ranked it well above average performance in the leak department and they like the certifications that the diapers have in comparison to others on the market. Based on this feedback we give Natural Blossom Diapers an A for the Performance Pillar of The Conscious Score.