Top 3 Best Langots for Newborn Babies

DryFeel Nappies Vs Kewt Langots
DryFeel Nappies Vs Kewt Langots


Langots, the traditional Indian cloth diapers, are making a comeback! They're not only budget-friendly and reusable, but also gentle on your baby's delicate skin. But with so many options available, choosing the right langot can be overwhelming. Worry not, new parents! This blog will be your guide to langot Nirvana.

Kewt Langots: Top Choice for Comfort and Breathability

For ultimate comfort and breathability, look no further than Kewt Langots. Made from 100% organic cotton, these langots are luxuriously soft and breathable. Organic cotton minimizes the risk of irritation, keeping your baby happy and rash-free. Plus, Kewt Langots come in a variety of delightful prints and colors, making diaper free time a fun affair!

What are the top 3 best langots for newborn babies?

When it comes to langots, the material matters most. Here's why you should stick to the natural trinity and why Organic Cotton, Cotton, and Muslin Reign Supreme

100% Organic Cotton: The gold standard! Organic cotton is free from harmful chemicals and pesticides, perfect for your baby's sensitive skin. Superior absorbency, breathability, and less diaper rash! Sustainable practices from the get go!

100% Cotton: Breathable and absorbent, cotton langots are a comfortable and affordable option.

Muslin Cotton: This lightweight fabric offers superior breathability and dries quickly, minimizing dampness and diaper rash.

Dry Feel and Waterproof Layers? Not for Langots!

You might be wondering, "Why not use langots with dry feel or waterproof layers?" Here's the thing:

Langots are meant to be changed frequently. Unlike cloth diapers, langots are designed for quick absorption, diaper free time, and breathability. Frequent changes prevent moisture build-up, eliminating the need for waterproof layers.

The Absorbency truth: Langots are designed to absorb only one pee. So if there is no space to absorb any more, the waterproof layer (literally a cloth), will also get wet. It is the same for dry feel layer.

Trap heat and moisture: These layers are made of synthetic materials that can irritate your baby's skin. Langots, with their natural fabrics, allow for better air circulation, keeping your baby cool and comfortable. Almost every dry feel nappy uses a ridiculously thick fleece layer (used in winter suits), that traps heat within and provides warmth. Such fleece layers should not be used for a cloth diaper or a langot. But Just Bumm Cloth Diapers use micro fleece, certified and made-safe for baby cloth diapers.

Are Dry Feel Nappies Good for Babies? - No

While dry feel nappies may seem convenient due “all dry no cry” hype, they come with drawbacks:

Reduced breathability: Synthetic material like the dry feel layer traps heat and moisture, and dries the skin, leading to increased diaper rash.

Chemicals: Dry feel layers are colored with synthetic dyes that irritate your baby's skin.

Missing changes: While you may think baby won’t feel wet after peeing, the truth is far different from what is told. It can lead to prolonged exposure to wetness, which can also cause irritation and infection. Because the dry feel layer in a padded langot with 3 layers won’t stay dry.

Cotton nappies, especially organic cotton options like Kewt Langots, offer a natural, breathable, and comfortable alternative, making them a better choice for your baby's overall well-being.

Why Kewt Langots for Diaper-Free Time?

Kewt Langots, made from 100% organic cotton, are perfect for diaper-free time. Their breathability allows for excellent airflow, minimizing diaper rash and keeping your baby cool and comfortable. Plus, the organic cotton is gentle on delicate skin, making them a safe choice for those precious diaper-free moments.

Cost Comparison:

Cotton nappies: Most affordable option. But not mess-free as it leaks through gaps.

Dry feel nappies: More expensive than cotton, but produces harmful lints and leaks due to insufficient absorbency.

Kewt Langots (Organic Cotton): Affordable to dry feel nappies, and also offer the benefits of organic cotton and excellent breathability.

Cotton vs. Dry Feel Nappies: A Guide for Perfect Diaper Free Time:

 Feature Cotton Nappies Dry Feel Nappies Kewt Langots
Material 100% cotton, breathable and absorbent Synthetic materials with a moisture-wicking layer 100% organic cotton, luxuriously soft and breathable
Absorption Moderate Poor Excellent
Leakage More likely with no elastics to contain High likelihood of leaks due to less absorbency Less likely due to increased absorbency
Padding 1-4 Layers 3 layers 6 Layers
Breathability Excellent Lower breathability due to synthetic materials Excellent
Comfort Soft and gentle on skin Feel less comfortable due to synthetic materials Exceptionally soft and gentle
Chemicals Free from harmful chemicals Contain chemicals used in the dry feel layer Free from harmful chemicals and pesticides
Cost Affordable More expensive Slightly expensive than regular cotton because of more padding.
Diaper-free time Ideal due to breathability Not recommended due to potential for leaks and synthetic layers Ideal due to breathability, no-mess and comfort


Bonus: Most Searched Langot Questions Answered!

  • How many langots do I need? A good starting point is 10-12 langots. This allows for frequent diaper free time and laundry.
  • How to wash langots? The same recommended wash routine as Cloth Diapers as langots are heavily soiled laundry too.
  • Can langots leak? Occasional leaks are possible, especially with newborns. You can opt for high absorbent langots like Kewt Langots for leak-free diaper free time!

Langots offer a natural, comfortable, and eco-friendly way to go along with diapers for your newborn. By choosing the right material and following right washing, you can ensure your baby's comfort and well-being. So, embrace the langot love and experience the joy of sustainable diapering!

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