Cloth Diapers From Lil Helper Are Amazing

Lil Helper Cloth Diapers on Bay Area Mommy

Lil Helper Cloth Diapers, Wipes & Wet Bag Review

Lil Helper is a Canada-based cloth diaper company that was started in 2009 by 2 guys who both have a master’s degree in aerospace engineering. Most cloth diaper companies were founded by women so I guess in that alone, Lil Helper is already unique. I received Lil Helper’s Original PUL Cloth Diaper, Charcoal Bamboo Cloth Diaper, 2 Bamboo Wipes and a Zipper Wetbag.

Lil Helper Cloth Diapers on Bay Area Mommy

Lil Helper’s Original PUL Cloth DiapersΒ are one-size diapers that fit babies from 7-35 lbs.

Each purchase will include two detachable liners that are made from unbleached cotton and micro-terry. The outer shell is made from waterproof PUL and this diaper costs $19.95.
My son has been using these diapers for a few weeks now. These are one of the best diapers we’ve tried. I like how easy it is to simply snap on the liners just before my son uses them as well as how easy it is to snap them off when I need to wash them. Since my baby is a bit on the thin side, I appreciate its flexibility in terms of sizing.

Lil Helper Charcoal Diapers on Bay Area Mommy Their Charcoal Cloth Diaper, like the Original PUL Diaper, is a One-Size diaper that fits babies from 7-35 lbs. It also comes with two detachable liners. The difference is that the detachable liners are made with organic charcoal bamboo. The outer shell is made from breathable, water-resistant bamboo PUL. According to the Lil Helper site, Charcoal Bamboo is naturally deodorizing, anti-microbial and hypoallergenic. That’s why it costs a bit more expensive than the Original at $24.95.

What I love about the Charcoal Cloth Diaper is that my baby does not get diaper rashes.

I guess that’s the magic of charcoal bamboo. It’s also so soft. I think it’s the softest material I’ve seen in any cloth diaper. Since the prices of the Lil Helper diapers are just at par with other brands, I can say that these are a great value for your money. You’re getting awesome quality for just the average price of cloth diapers.

Lil Helper Wipes & Wet Bag on Bay Area Mommy

Lil Helper’s Organic Bamboo Wipes come in packages of 5 pieces that are priced at $11.95. The wipes are two-ply and can be used to clean up any mess. The top ply is made from micro-fiber while the lower ply is made of soft organic bamboo terry. I love these wipes so much because they’re very soft and I can use them to wipe my baby’s face especially when he has a runny nose. I also love that they’re not too bulky like the other set of wipes that I have.

The Wet bag I received was the Yellow Zipper Wet Bag which costs $9.95. It’s made of resilient, waterproof PUL and is large enough to hold 3-4 diapers which is great for traveling or if you need to leave your kid at daycare or a friend/relative. It has a snappable loop so you can easily hang it on to almost anything.

BUY IT! All these awesome products — cloth diapers, wipes and wet bag — are available for purchase at the Lil Helper website.

WIN IT! Get a chance to win a Lil Helper cloth diaper! Just enter using the form below. Ends January 31, 2013. US & Canada only. 18+.



Cloth Diapers From Lil Helper Are Amazing — 168 Comments

  1. I would love the Little Helpers Starter Kit Pack, 2 packs of organic Bamboo wipes and extra wet bags!

  2. Visit the Lil Helper Cloth Diapers website and tell me what product/s you’re interested in. Organic Bamboo Change Mat and Drawstring Wetbag

  3. I’d love to win the charcoal bamboo, but I think I’ll buy the starter pkg so I can try them all!

  4. I would LOVE a Little Helpers Starter Kit as a “newbie” to cloth diapering πŸ™‚

  5. I want the organic charcoal bamboo cloth diaper. Need no rashes and love organic and sustainable material.

  6. These are adorable and I love that they are so eco-friendly! Going to get some for my step-daughter who is due in May..

  7. I am interested in the Original PUL Cloth Diaper in Blue. I’d love to switch to cloth diapers but it’s hard to get started!

  8. The organic bamboo diapers! We have a sensitive little sweetie and these would be awesome for her!

  9. I really am interested in the charcoal bamboo diaper. It sounds very interesting!

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  11. I’d like to try the Charcoal Bamboo Cloth Diaper for my expected great granddaughter.

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  14. I have a charcoal bamboo diaper from this company and absolutely LOVE it! I would love to win another one! These are the best diapers out there!

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  16. The Charcoal Bamboo Cloth Diaper… and since when did this Toronto-based company exiat! Cool!

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  18. That charcoal bamboo diaper is interesting. I’d like to try one of those the next time we have a rash.

  19. I’m probably interested the most in the drawstring wetbag. I have a very nice wetbag but seem to use gallon size zip-lock in the diaper bag. Sure would love something that holds up more then just a couple times. Think I’ll have to put an order in the next time I have a little extra money.

  20. charcoal bamboo diaper! I feel like I’ve been hearing more about charcoal diapers lately and I’m intrigued….

  21. So cool that these were invented by 2 guys! You know the saying “It’s not rocket science….” lol, in this case…. πŸ™‚

  22. I know the contest is over, but I just think these diapers are so darn AWESOME!!! Thanks for the review, if I ever have another baby I am definitely going to use thess:)

  23. I know the contest is over, but I really liked your review on these cloth diapers. I am going to be using cloth with my next child, so this information is extremely useful πŸ™‚

  24. Wow…what I would have given to have had these available when my son was a baby, I used the old fashioned cloth diapers…

  25. i’m so glad that cloth diapers are coming back and that they are so much nicer than the safety pins I used!

  26. hmm i love the look of the charcol cloth diaper! looks so..soft and cool!