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Reviews From The Community
Marcus & Georgie
MIDDLE PARK, VIC
Super soft, slimline and beautifully designed. Our nappies are carefully made with premium materials to fit well and work effectively during the day and overnight. With triple layer protection to help prevent nappy rash and keep baby feeling drier for longer, Thankyou nappies are also enriched with soothing aloe vera and Vitamin E, are hypoallergenic and free from nasties like chlorine and latex.
Caring for tiny bums all over the world, especially those in need.
Fun fact! The wood pulp in our slimline (and super absorbent) nappies is sourced from long-term sustainably managed forests. A slimmer nappy = less wood pulp, less packaging material, less waste and a smaller environmental footprint.
TESTED BY PARENTS
When it came to creating nappies for Australian families, we teamed up with the best in the industry and a group of mums to help us test and refine our fit and feel. The result? A premium, safe and effective nappy that’s oh-so-soft, free of nasties and fits baby beautifully!
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Every 103 seconds a mother dies in childbirth. Globally, 2.7 million babies don’t make it through their first month of life every year because they don’t have access to basic health care.
We reckon that’s pretty messed up. That’s why our baby range helps get life-changing health services like immunisation programs, training of skilled midwives and medical supplies to mums and bubs in need.
So on behalf of all the lives you’re changing when you choose Thankyou, we say thank YOU!The Impact Watch The Film
Our Maternal and Child Health Impact
As of May 2017