Applecrumby™ Diapers are Chlorine Free, seriously dry and absorbent, crazy feather soft and just plain gorgeous!
Try us, we guarantee you will love our diapers!

Jesmine Tan
Applecrumby™ Co-Founder

OUR DIAPER INNOVATION

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PREMIUM TAPE DIAPERS

Toxic-Free Wetness Indicator Strips

-Turns blueish when wet

Ultra Soft Plant-Based Inner & Outer Layer

-Breathable soft cotton back sheet

-Gentle and smooth on baby's skin

-Allows for increased airflow

Premium, Hypoallergenic & Eco-Friendly

-Completely free of Chlorine, DEHP, Phthalates, Heavy Metals, Asbestos, Fragrance

-Made with naturally derived, plant-based, and sustainable materials

-Totally Chlorine Free Pulp from Finland

Maximum Comfort

-Wide comfy stretch elastic waistband

-Eliminates gap at the back of the diaper

-Allows for ease of movement

Even Absorption

-Diamond Quilted Cotton Inner Liner for Even Distribution of Moisture

Dye Free

-Reduces Skin Irritation

Ultra Absorbent

-Super Absorbent Polymers from Japan

-Holds Over 30x its Weight in Liquid

-3-layer Advanced Leak Guard Protection

Moisture barrier cuffs

-Contoured to ensure a snug fit

-Dye free to minimize skin irritation and diaper rash

Triple Leak Guards & Leg Barrier Cuffs

-Wicking Layer Pulls Moisture Away from Skin

-Double Barrier Cuffs for Advanced Leak Guard

Refastenable Dye Free Tabs

-Wide Side Tabs for a Snug & Comfortable Fit

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PREMIUM PULL UP DIAPERS

Toxic-Free Wetness Indicator Strips

-Turns blueish when wet

Ultra Soft Plant-Based Inner & Outer Layer

-Breathable soft cotton back sheet

-Gentle and smooth on baby's skin

-Allows for increased airflow

Premium, Hypoallergenic & Eco-Friendly

-Completely free of Chlorine, DEHP, Phthalates, Heavy Metals, Asbestos, Fragrance

-Made with naturally derived, plant-based, and sustainable materials

-Totally Chlorine Free Pulp from Finland

360° Elastic Waist Band

-An All-Round Perfect Fit & Comfort

Roll-Up Environmental Tape

-Responsible & Hygienic Disposal

Ultra Absorbent

-Super Absorbent Polymers from Japan

-Holds Over 30x its Weight in Liquid

-3-layer Advanced Leak Guard Protection

Moisture barrier cuffs

-Contoured to ensure a snug fit

-Dye free to minimize skin irritation and diaper rash

Triple Leak Guards & Leg Barrier Cuffs

-Wicking Layer Pulls Moisture Away from Skin

-Double Barrier Cuffs for Advanced Leak Guard

Easy Tear-Away Sides

-Better Fit & Convenience

Even Absorption

-Diamond Quilted Cotton Inner Liner for Even Distribution of Moisture

Dye Free

-Reduces Skin Irritation

Effects of CHLORINE

Many mass market baby diapers are bleached with chlorine. Bleaching with chlorine produces a chemical call carcinogenic dioxins. Dioxins pose many serious health risks to your baby’s development, from damaging their immune system to causing hormonal disorders (increasingly common among children).

However, rest assured that Applecrumby™ Diapers are CHLORINE FREE, making it safe to your baby’s bottom and their development!

Effects of ANTHRAQUINONE

Anthraquinones is a chemical compound used in baby diaper dyes as well as pulp production. Long-term use of Anthraquinones is linked to a condition call melanosis coli; which increases a person's risk for colon cancer.

To reverse its health risk, a person should stop consuming products using Anthraquinone for at least 15 months.

However, prevention is always better than cure, and hence, Applecrumby™ has made a conscientious decision to only use Anthraquinone Free fluff pulp in all our diapers!

Effects of LIGNIN

Lignin is a plant cell wall material that is resistant to being broken down by microorganisms. Lignin can be commonly found in the pulp of baby diapers - meaning most diaper pulps are non-biodegradable!

Busy parents today often find themselves in a bind, having to pick between conserving the environment or a stress-free parenting journey. You shouldn’t have to choose.

We’ve taken it upon ourselves to ensure parents can still use diapers made of biodegradable pulp while not sacrificing quality. All Applecrumby™ diapers use fluff pulp that are Lignin Free!

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Our Answers To Your Questions

Do Applecrumby diapers have an expiry date?

Yes. Our diapers expire in 5 years from the manufacturing date.

Are Applecrumby diapers safe to use on newborns?

Yes. Our diapers do not contain harsh chemicals and are processed free from toxic Elemental Chlorine Gas.

What size is suitable for Newborns?

Do use our Tape Diapers in Small size as that is suitable for babies from 3 - 6KG.

Do Applecrumby diapers last through the night?

Our diapers can last up to 12 hours overnight before a fresh change is needed. However, if your baby has had cluster feeding, we would encourage you to have intermittent diaper changes.

How much liquid can Applecrumby diapers hold?

Our diapers can hold up to 1100ml of liquid for Tape XL and 1200ml for Pull Ups XXL. Extra absorbent core has been ensured while formulating our diapers.

Why are Applecrumby diapers so soft?

We don’t use Phthalates or DEHP, which are plasticizers (plastic softeners) on our Top and Back Sheets, hence you won’t have that plastic feel on our diapers.

Are Applecrumby diapers breathable?

Yes, we use super soft, fluff cotton pulp, and keep our diapers thin to maintain breathability, hence reducing likelihood of skin irritation.

What are the 3 yellow lines on your Pull Up Diapers?

Those are Wetness Indicators. They turn to a shade of blue when diaper is soiled.

What is the blue little tape at the back of Applecrumby Pull Up diapers?

Use that to roll up soiled diapers before disposing, for hygiene purpose.

How do I remove Applecrumby Pull Up diapers easily from my baby?

Just tear off the sides, they have been designed that way, and you can remove it from your baby without minor mishaps.

Is product fit important for my baby?

Yes, the wrong product fit will not allow our Triple Barrier Leak Guards to function the way they were designed to do. Ensure that your baby does not wear a size too large or too small to ensure no minor mishaps.

If my baby urinates more than usual due to cluster feeding, will the diaper feel wet?

Our diapers stay dry and odourless as long you use it within the recommended guidelines (baby weight vs diaper fit, maximum liquid absorption for each size, fresh change recommended after every 3 to 4 hours).

Is it possible for my baby not to be compatible with your diaper materials?

Applecrumby™ uses 100% Chlorine Free Pulp on all our diapers. However, some babies might not be able to use fully plant based diapers, though a minority. Kindly discontinue use if your baby is found to be not compatible with our diaper material and consult your local physician if the need arises. Just remember, diaper rash is seldom serious. With care, it usually clears within 3-4 days. If it doesn’t go away within 4-7 days, or gets worse, call your baby’s healthcare provider. Otherwise, baby – and parent -- should begin to feel better soon.

Diaper rash is common, but what is it?

Diaper rash is a common form of inflamed skin (dermatitis) that appears as a patchwork of bright red skin on your baby's bottom. It usually affects babies, though anyone who wears a diaper regularly can develop the condition.

Diaper rash can alarm parents and annoy babies. Be assured, diaper rash is a common condition that usually clears up with some simple diapering routines. It most often develops when contact with urine and stools irritate baby’s sensitive skin. Thankfully, today’s 100% Chlorine Free Diapers from Applecrumby™ wick away moisture effectively to keep diaper rash at bay as much as possible.

But sometimes diaper rash still happens. It’s very common between ages 6-12 months, when baby is still primarily sitting and also eating solid foods, which may change bowel movements. Diaper rash can also be an allergic reaction to a certain ingredient in skincare, wipes, laundry detergent or other elements.

So, what can cause a diaper rash?

Diaper rash can be traced to a number of sources, including, but not limited to:


Irritation from stool and urine

Prolonged exposure to urine or stool can irritate a baby's sensitive skin. Your baby may be more prone to diaper rash if he or she is experiencing frequent bowel movements or diarrhoea because feces are more irritating than urine.


Chafing or rubbing

Tight fitting diapers or clothing that rubs against the skin can lead to a trash.


Irritation from a new product

What begins as a simple skin infection may spread to the surrounding region. The area covered by a diaper — buttocks, thighs and genitals — is especially vulnerable because it's warm and moist, making a perfect breeding ground for bacteria and yeast.

Bacterial or yeast (fungal) infection

Your baby's skin may react to a certain ingredient in baby wipes like Methylisothiazolinone or even Alcohol, a new brand of disposable diapers that may use a different material in which your baby’s skin might take some getting used to, or a detergent that may contain synthetic fragrance (parfum). Other substances that can add to the problem include ingredients found in some baby lotions namely Paraben or SLS, generic baby powders which is a big no-no today as most contains Talcum, and even baby oils which might use Petrolatum based ingredients.


Introduction of new foods

As babies start to eat solid foods, the content of their stool changes. This increases the likelihood of diaper rash. Changes in your baby's diet can also increase the frequency of stools, which can lead to diaper rash. If your baby is breast-fed, he or she may develop diaper rash in response to something the mother has eaten.


Sensitive skin

Babies with skin conditions, such as atopic dermatitis or seborrheic dermatitis (eczema), may be more likely to develop diaper rash. However, the irritated skin of atopic dermatitis and eczema primarily affects areas other than the diaper area.


Use of antibiotics

Antibiotics kill bacteria — the good kinds as well as the bad. When a baby takes antibiotics, bacteria that keep yeast growth in check may be depleted, resulting in diaper rash due to yeast infection. Antibiotic use also increases the risk of diarrhea. Breast-fed babies whose mothers take antibiotics are also at increased risk of diaper rash.

Diapering tips to promote skin health:

You can help avoid rashes from developing and promote healing when a rash is present, at every diaper change with some simple tips:

  • Always wash your hands before and after every diaper change. After changing diapers, wash your hands well. Hand-washing can prevent the spread of bacteria or yeast to other parts of your baby's body, to you or to other children.
  • Change baby’s diaper as soon as it’s soiled; at least every 1-3 hours during the day and once during the night.
  • Gently wipe or pat baby’s bottom with warm water and a soft, clean cloth or skin-friendly wipe. Don't scrub your baby's bottom. Scrubbing can further irritate the skin.
  • Don't overtighten diapers. Tight diapers prevent airflow into the diaper region, which sets up a moist environment favourable to diaper rashes. Tight diapers can also cause chafing at the waist or thighs.
  • Always wipe from front to back as you clean baby’s genital area.
  • Consider using a nappy cream regularly. If your baby gets rashes often, apply a barrier cream during each diaper change to prevent skin irritation.
  • Allow baby’s skin to air dry before re-diapering.

Tip to remember:

In the past, it was common to use powders, such as cornstarch or talcum powder, to protect a baby's skin and absorb excess moisture. Doctors no longer recommend this. Inhaled powder can irritate a baby's lungs.

When do you need to see a doctor?

If your baby's skin doesn't improve after a few days of home treatment, talk with your doctor. Sometimes, you'll need a prescription medication to treat diaper rash.
Have your child examined if the rash:

  • Is severe or unusual
  • Gets worse despite home treatment
  • Bleeds, itches or oozes
  • Causes burning or pain with urination or a bowel movement
  • Is accompanied by a fever