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Winc Design launches new eco-friendly diapers
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Jan '12
Happy New Year! Global cloth diaper manufacturer, Winc Design Limited announces Charlie Banana, the international, luxury brand of modern hybrid cloth diapers and eco-friendly, organic baby products, re-introduces its 2-in-1 Swim Diaper & Training Pant and new Charlie Banana Fashion Collection by Matthew Langille cloth diaper prints.

“Our 2-in-1 Swim Diaper & Training Pant embodies our company's vision of fashionable diapers and ecofriendly products – a reusable swim diaper that can be used as a training pant throughout the potty training years,” said Gaëlle Wizenberg, CEO of Winc Design, Ltd.

“Customers continue to rave about our hip, brilliant designs and our Swim Diaper & Training Pant embodies a diaper with options. Moms craving style and fluff can start 2012 with these innovative 2-in-1 Swim Diaper & Training Pants.”

The 2-in-1 Swim Diaper and Training Pant is a unique design with its waterproof exterior and organic cotton interior. The lining provides absorption and offers a trim fit, which prevent leaks and unnecessary embarrassment and the organic cotton interior is soft on every little bum.

The dual-purpose Swim Diaper and Training Pant is simple to put on and remove from wiggly children, and easy to wash. Style options range from solid pastel and bold colors to prints in the Charlie Banana Fashion Collection.

“Our 2-in-1 Swim Diaper and Training Pant is lovely for warm-weather vacations, the pool or for parents who will be potty training in 2012,” said Wizenberg. “Children will love our funky prints and parents will be happy to save money and the environment in the long run.”

In addition to the 2-in-1 Swim Diaper and Training Pant, Charlie Banana is also introducing two more One Size cloth diaper prints in its Fashion Collection and Leg Warmers in hot, solid colors.

Even celebrity mamas are making the choice to use modern, luxury cloth diapers. New moms January Jones, Jenna Fischer, Denise Richards, Victoria Beckham, Paul and Erin Stanley, Evangeline Lilly, Emily Deschanel, Selma Blair, Kimberly Stewart, Alicia Silverstone, Ali Landry, Tori Spelling, Tia Mowry and Mary McCormack are among the first to receive and test the Charlie Banana Fashion Collection.

“We believe our stylish cloth diapers combined with stellar performance will be a hit with these fashion sensation celebrities,” said Gaëlle Wizenberg, CEO of Winc Design, Ltd. “We're happy we offer hybrid cloth diapers to save them time and that are better for the environment.”

The following prints are now available:
• Lovey Dovey on white and yellow – One Size
• Red and Blue Petit Coeur – One Size
• Extra Small in Handsome, Cutie, Robot Girl, Robot Boy and BlackBeary
• 2-in-1 Swim Diaper and Training Pant in the Fashion Collection prints
• Organic cotton leg warmers in turquoise, red, black, green, yellow and pink

The Charlie Banana 2-in-1 Hybrid Cloth Diaper System is an innovative hybrid diapering system that offers parents the option to use a reusable, washable insert made of micro terry or disposable insert made essentially of wood pulp and lined with a luscious bamboo layer. Charlie Banana reusable products do not contain chlorine, perfume or chemicals, which keep babies dry and rash free.


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