Kit & Kin celebrate its flagship eco nappy, the only Kit babies need to look stylish and stay cool this summer.
This August, Kit & Kin, the eco-friendly baby brand co-founded by Emma Bunton, was thrilled to launch the #SummerKitWalk campaign. The month-long national competition will be hosted on Instagram to celebrate the brand’s bestselling product – the iconic Kit & Kin eco nappy.
Not only is Kit & Kin’s nappy the most accredited eco option on the market, making it greener and smarter than the rest, but it’s also super stylish. Thanks to the most adorable animal designs on the nappy, baby’s bottom is cuter than ever. Whether little ones are crawling, toddling, or walking in the summer sunshine, this eco nappy is the only kit they need to complete their outfit for the #SummerKitWalk.
With 18 eye catching animal designs including a fox, tiger, panda, bear, penguin and koala to name a few, the collection of eco nappies ranges from size 1-6 and also includes nappy pants. As well as looking great and being kind to the planet, these nappies come bursting with innovative features to guarantee premium performance. A unique flash dry layer will instantly absorb and lock away wetness to keep baby’s bottom comfortable, and the patented channel technology promises to evenly distribute liquid around the nappy to give 12-hour leak protection and stop any sagging.
The #SummerKitWalk competition launched on Tuesday 9th August on the brand’s Instagram page (@kitandkinuk) and will run until 31st August. Fans of the brand nationwide are encouraged to share a grid post or reel of their little one enjoying the summer in their Kit & Kin nappy, using the hashtag #SummerKitWalk and tagging the Instagram handle. The winner will win a six-month nappy subscription to Kit & Kin.
Parents can rest assured that Kit & Kin is not only the stylish choice, but also a better choice for our planet. Kit & Kin is the only nappy brand to purchase and protect acres of precious rainforest – for every 10 nappy subscriptions, they purchase 1 acre, helping to maintain this vital ecosystem for generations to come. What’s not to love!