A Cost Comparison: NOLEO® vs. Traditional Diaper Care

When it comes to choosing products for diaper time, you want the best for your child. But it helps to know you’re not breaking the bank to get the best. With all of the costs that raising a child involves, parents know that any amount saved is a huge win. Although prices might not look bad initially, they add up over time — especially for diaper care products. Most parents go through thousands of wipes, disposable diapers, and pumps of lotion during the first few years of their child’s life.

Until now, it seemed like there was no way around this cost. After all, every parent needs to change diapers, regardless of your budget. However, NOLEO® has introduced parents to the ultimate diaper care win-win: products that are good for your baby’s skin that cost less than a traditional diaper care routine.

What does a traditional diaper care routine involve?

Typically, a diaper care routine uses three key products:

  • Baby wipes, to clean the diaper area and wipe away any solids
  • Baby lotion, to moisturize the skin
  • Diaper rash cream, to treat and prevent diaper rash 

Juggling these three products, the old diaper, and a new one can make changing time hectic for parents. It’s not ideal to have to reach for something every 30 seconds while you’re trying to ensure your little one doesn’t wriggle away.

The NOLEO® system simplifies changing time by wrapping baby wipes, lotion, and diaper rash cream into one convenient product. Instead of reaching for three products, all you need is a pump of NOLEO 3-in-1 Diaper Care on a soft cotton pad to get the job done. Even big blowouts can be handled by NOLEO®; simply use as many pads and pumps as you need to get the job done. Wiping again and again with a baby wipe can be harsh on your little one’s skin, but the NOLEO® way keeps changing time gentle on their sensitive diaper area.

What’s the difference in cost between NOLEO® and traditional diaper care routines?

When you consider the amount of products that go into traditional diaper changing, they’re not only inconvenient to juggle while changing your child’s diaper. Buying and restocking three products every month — if not more often — adds up during your child’s diaper years. Plus, natural products that are better for delicate baby skin often cost more than the regular versions.

The cost of baby wipes can range from $10-45 per month. Baby lotions can cost between $5-20. Diaper rash creams range from $5-35. With daily use, you could be spending well over the cost of a natural product like NOLEO 3-in-1 that will last up to a month. NOLEO Duo costs $27 and includes one 8 fl oz bottle of NOLEO 3-in-1 and 150 soft, organic cotton pads to wipe away messes.

At NOLEO®, we believe that taking good care of your child’s skin shouldn’t have to break the bank. We formulate NOLEO 3-in-1 with five simple ingredients that effectively clean and moisturize, yet are gentle on your little one’s skin. We never use harsh chemicals, sulfates, parabens, or phenoxyethanol — only the good stuff. Best of all, NOLEO 3-in-1 takes the place of baby wipes, lotion, and diaper rash cream, so you only need to purchase one product to do the work of three.

With the NOLEO® system, you save yourself money and time. The 3-in-1 formulation allows you to wipe and go with no rinsing required for faster, simpler diaper changes. One bottle of NOLEO 3-in-1 replaces up to 150 wipes and most changes only require a single pump on a cotton pad. The system makes diaper time less stressful and more wholesome for both you and your little one.


While choosing diaper care products for your baby, a 3-in-1 product is the more cost-effective solution to a traditional diaper care routine. Not only does NOLEO 3-in-1 give you a better bang for your buck, but it is a safer and more effective alternative to regular wipes, creams, and lotions. NOLEO® nourishes your little one’s skin, strengthens their skin barrier, and clears up redness in a matter of hours. We’d say that’s a win-win for you and your baby!

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