Environmentally conscience, Andy Pandy sought out to create a Premium Bamboo Disposable Diaper that is made from bamboo making it 75% biodegradable.
February 20, 2014 (Newswire) - Steve and Jessica Hansen are on a mission to secure the future of their kids and generations to come throughout America, and the rest of the world. In May 2012, the couple from Rockford, Michigan paved the way for this mission by forming Hansen Kids, LLC, and inspiring parents to "give the best to your baby and be good to the Earth".
"When we decided to design our own diaper, we wanted to ensure that it was eco-friendly, free of any harmful chemicals, soft and gentle on our baby's skin, without sacrificing quality," said Steve Hansen, emphasizing the year-long research to ensure they would came up with the right product.
Within a quarter of its release to the market, Andy Pandy Premium Bamboo Disposable Diapers has received positive feedback among customers. The 5-star quality product, made from bamboo fiber, is proven safe for babies' sensitive skin. It also boasts of a 3-D form fitting design with aloe liner for comfort, efficient leakage barriers and breathable back sheet made of perforated 100% bamboo fiber.
While resolving most parents' diaper woes, Andy Pandy also does its share of keeping the environment clean and free from toxic waste by being 75% biodegradable. Bamboo, a renewable resource, is known to grow incredibly fast without using chemical fertilizers or pesticides. In fact, the plant is nature's most sustainable resource and is naturally regenerative.
Consumers found the idea of effective, eco-friendly diapers commendable, too. One who goes by the name Eco-friendly Momma, stated via Amazon.com: "I found [Andy Pandy] diapers] and they are amazing. No blow outs and eco-friendly. They are so soft and super absorbent! [A]s an environmentalist, you pay now or in essence you pay later (environmental degradation). I would place you #1 in the market!"
Apart from helping the environment, Hansen Kids also partners with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The family-run business donates to the institution on a monthly basis and reinvests the rest in the business.
"Our vision was to also teach our children how to be grateful for what they have and give to those less fortunate. We continually donate to St Jude Children's Research Hospital on a monthly basis as a way of giving back, added Hansen.
To know more about Andy Pandy Diapers from Hansen Kids, please visit http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00C9IZVM8 for information and orders.