Continuing our Diaper Brand Spotlight series, today we’re focusing on Target’s Millie Moon diapers. What's in them, what isn't in them, where they're made and what I like about them.
With gazillions of different diaper brands out there, it’s hard to know which ones to buy for your baby. By doing your research and comparing the brands, you can narrow down the list of diapers you’d like to try. Here we’ve gathered all the information about Millie Moon diapers in one convenient post for you.
*Disclaimer: This post is in no way sponsored or endorsed by Millie Moon or Target. I’m just a mama who knows how to use her keyboard to find information. Any mistakes or inaccuracies in this post are my own, and I will gladly correct them with the right information, once I know about it. To find further information about Millie Moon diapers, visit their website mymilliemoon.com/.
Here’s my completely subjective review of Target’s Millie Moon luxury diapers. These are a fluffy and super-soft diaper. Millie Moon advertises that theirs is a “luxury” diaper, and it certainly FEELS that way! These diapers have sizing that runs a bit smaller (weight range) than typical sizing, but the diapers look (comparatively) to be around the typical size range. Millie Moon does not make a newborn size diaper, but starts at size 1.
These diapers are a little tough to classify. Are they eco-friendly? Millie Moon diapers are fragrance free, hypoallergenic and carry the OEKO-TEX certification. They are vegan and cruelty-free and made with sustainable sourced wood pulp, but aren’t claiming to be an eco-friendly diaper. Millie Moon diapers aren’t a typical low-cost “store brand” diaper, even though they are exclusively sold at Target. Millie Moon claims to be a whole new category, a “luxury diaper”. At roughly $.23 per diaper in the store, that’s a pretty good price point for luxury.
Feeling overwhelmed with all the diaper brands available? You can try a variety of diaper brands quickly and easily to compare and find your favorite.
-made with sustainably sourced wood pulp
-wetness indicator in all sizes
Millie Moon diapers do have slightly different sizes than “typical” US diapers. Notably, they do not make a Newborn size diaper, but their size 1 diaper runs a bit smaller than a standard size 1 diaper.
Millie Moon diapers are certified by PETA to be cruelty-free and vegan. No animal testing on Millie Moon’s finished product or ingredients.
Related read: Which Diaper Brands DO NOT Test on Animals
Millie Moon diapers are certified by OEKO-TEX to be free from 100 top harmful substances.
Millie Moon diapers are certified by Dermatest to be gentle on baby’s skin by being free from contact allergens and reactors.
Millie Moon diapers are made in China.
The reviews online look good, but you won’t know how a diaper works for YOUR baby until you give them a try! Try a sample for yourself, and get a few other brands to compare side-by-side. What do you like best?