Absorbent Core: Baby diapers typically have an absorbent core made of fluff pulp and superabsorbent polymers (SAP) that can hold a significant amount of liquid.
Outer Layer: The outer layer of a baby diaper is usually made of a non-woven fabric, which is breathable and helps to prevent leakage.
Fastening System: The fastening system of a baby diaper is typically made of adhesive tapes or hook-and-loop fasteners, which are usually made of plastic.
Elastic Materials: Elastic materials are used in the leg cuffs and waistbands of baby diapers to provide a snug fit and prevent leaks.
Wetness Indicator: Some baby diapers feature a wetness indicator, which is typically made of a color-changing material that alerts caregivers when the diaper is wet and needs to be changed.
Baby Wight (kg)
Shinping and paking