VeryVery Baby Diaper Review: Making the Eco-Friendly Switch Effortless

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It’s been hard to love eco-friendly diapers 100%. Whether cloth or disposable, I couldn’t find the right mix of sustainability, quality, and convenience for my family. In this review, though, I’ll share my experience trying VeryVery diapers with my two boys and why I recommend them to other moms.

The Lowdown

As a working mom of two kids under two, I’m well acquainted with being short on time, so I’ll jump straight to the point. Here’s a brief look at what I think of VeryVery:


At first, I only ordered VeryVery as daytime diapers, but they worked so well that I switched to them full-time. The material is super soft, stretchy, and hypoallergenic, and the blowouts have decreased remarkably since I started using them. I attribute this to their flexible fit as well as their 12-hour absorbency.

VeryVery’s diapers are also made from sustainable materials with renewable energy, so I didn’t feel so guilty about switching from cloth diapers. And it was nice having the diapers delivered right to my door with free shipping. 

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Of course, every baby has different needs, and you may have different priorities as a parent. For me, the premium quality of VeryVery is worth the cost. I wouldn’t complain if the diapers were less expensive, of course, but it sure beats cleaning cloth diapers multiple times a day.

Still, I wish VeryVery had more design options and that their sizing was more standard with the industry. I ordered the wrong size at first, but thankfully, the customer service team was incredibly helpful in replacing my order with the right size. It’s an added step, but be sure to check the sizing you need before ordering.

My Journey with VeryVery Diapers

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Before I became a mom, I never thought there would be so much variety in diaper brands. After our first son was born, the little differences became clear and made me realize how important it is to find the right brand for us. If there is one thing I don’t want to compromise on, it is the comfort and well-being of my little ones.

I initially tried cloth diapers, but when I realized how much they added to our stress and mess (not to mention added time during nighttime changes), I searched for the best disposable diapers I could find. After one of my dance moms recommended VeryVery, I got some much-needed time back in my busy life without feeling guilty about the products I chose for my family.

I continued using these diapers once my second son was born, and I can rest easy knowing that VeryVery uses responsible materials and production methods with the performance and convenience I need. To be honest, I was surprised that more people didn’t know about this brand.

VeryVery Diaper Features

VeryVery was started by parents, grandparents, and childcare professionals eager to create a high-quality diaper to minimize stress for parents. I’ve already mentioned some things that have made VeryVery indispensable to me, but here is a more in-depth look at their diapers’ features.


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What makes VeryVery disposable diapers different from other diaper brands is the materials they are made from. When you feel these disposable diapers, you can immediately tell they’re made from superior materials.

Created from FSC-certified paper fluff pulp and sustainable cotton, they are super soft and breathable. Not only does it give me peace of mind knowing that my son is comfortable, but it’s also reassuring that their gentle diapers are hypoallergenic and that no harsh chemicals are reaching my baby’s skin.

The elastic around the legs and waist are also lovely and stretchy yet snug, which I’m sure is one reason that we haven’t had to stress about leaks or blowouts. VeryVery’s are also some of the most durable disposable diapers I’ve tried.


Protecting your baby’s skin from diaper rash caused by a wet diaper is essential, so a diaper that offers leak protection is a must. VeryVery diapers are the most absorbent diapers I have tried. I’d thought that this feature would make the diapers extra bulky or heavy, but they’re actually no bulkier than any other diaper I’ve tried. Since making the switch, we’ve had no leaks and only a couple rare blowouts between the two kids.

The soft core of these diapers works so well at wicking away moisture and can be used for up to 12 hours while remaining dry to the touch. That means that in addition to being my daily go-to, VeryVery has become our nighttime diaper of choice as well, which naturally makes ordering much simpler.

Fit & Design

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There are a few things I want to mention here about the fit and look of these diapers. First, the closures adjust well and are solid, which is essential for keeping your baby’s skin dry, preventing blowouts, and overall comfort. Every size that we’ve used has fit my kids well (once I confirmed I had the right size for their weight), but I do want to mention that when we were in between sizes, going a size up worked best, especially at night.

Lastly, although there are not as many design options as some other brands, the one design that VeryVery has—with cute neutral clouds, suns, and rainbows—is versatile.

Environmental Impact

When I had my first son, I wanted to try cloth diapering at first because of the environmental impact. Still, as my husband and I both work, that quickly started to feel unrealistic for our lifestyle. I struggled with the endless laundry and water waste of cloth diapers, as well as the guilt of switching to disposable diapers full-time.

As a mom, I think giving ourselves some grace is deeply important, and VeryVery has made that process much easier for me. VeryVery diapers are made from 70% natural materials using renewable energy. There’s always going to be some plastic in a disposable diaper for leak protection, and thankfully, VeryVery uses recycled plastic and also far less plastic than mass-market brands

Skin Sensitivity

Of all the diapers I’ve tried, VeryVery is one of the best diapers for sensitive skin. VeryVery’s hypoallergenic diapers are dermatologist tested and gentler than many other brands. Because they don’t use lotions, fragrances, or harsh chemicals, we can ensure that nothing but the purest products touches our kids’ skin. So far, we’ve had no irritation or diaper rash, which we had previously seen sometimes, even with cloth diapers.

Price Per Diaper

Considering the value of VeryVery diapers, I believe they are a reasonable price at $15 for a trial pack or $72 for an entire month’s supply. If you’re looking for eco-friendly, super-soft diapers designed for sensitive skin and powerful leak protection, they’re bound to cost more than most disposable diapers.

That said, not only does the quality of their materials set them apart, but because of their high absorbency, we can use fewer diapers without worrying about comfort. With other brands, the frequent changes can add up at the end of the month!

Shipping a box to your door is free, and if the diapers don’t fit, their customer service team will work with you to exchange them for a better size (or a refund). Plus, VeryVery says they’re working on coming out with a subscription service soon, so there’s potential for added savings!

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How Does VeryVery Compare to Other Diaper Brands? 

Every baby is different, so what we need in diapers also varies. For you to easily compare brands based on the features that are important to you, I’m sharing my experience trying other top diaper brands and how they stack up to VeryVery’s eco-friendly diapers.

VeryVeryCoterieHonest HuggiesPampers
Absorbency 54332
Size & Stretch 45443
Blowout Protection54341
Skin Sensitivity55321
Chemical Free54221
Total Score8.4/107.3/106.4/106.2/104.4/10
  • Coterie: These high-end diapers performed as advertised, though there’s considerably more plastic and a higher price tag than I would’ve liked. 
  • Honest Company: I absolutely love the design, price, and materials of Honest Company diapers, but they don’t contain blowouts or leaks quite as well as other brands. 
  • Pampers Swaddlers: I originally received these as a baby shower gift, and they weren’t half bad! Unfortunately, my baby has delicate skin, so I’d rather use a brand with fewer chemicals. 
  • Huggies: Huggies are my usual pick if I’m in a jam and need to grab diapers from the store, but I’d much rather have a more environmentally friendly brand in my bag.

Find Your Perfect Diaper

Remember, there are a lot more eco-conscious baby brands on the market these days than there were even a few years ago. Every baby is different, and I know that not everyone has the same diaper needs as my family, so it’s hard for one brand to fit all. The best advice I can give to other moms is don’t be afraid to do a little research and test out a few options to find what’s best for you!

That said, if you’re looking for high-quality diapers, there’s no reason not to try VeryVery. Because of their adjustable but snug fit, leak protection, softness, natural materials, and sustainability, VeryVery has so far made my family’s diapering years significantly easier. Plus, there’s a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so you can experience a stress-free trial process.

I hope this review helped you, and I wish you the best of luck finding the diaper to get you through this messy, exhausting, and beautiful time!

About the Author

Jenny Barnhart

Jenny Barnhart

Jenny is a corporate professional, studio owner, and very busy mom of two little boys living in Brookfield, WI. When she’s not spending time with her family, you can find her teaching at her dance studio or catching up on her favorite shows.

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