A thick, supple piece of paper or cloth that is placed around the waist like underwear is referred to as a Diaper. By absorbing or retaining waste to prevent soiling of outer clothing or the environment, diapers enable the wearer to urinate or defecate without using a toilet. The use of diapers can offer a variety of important benefits, including comfort, safety, rapid changes, increased sanitation, and reduced irritability, among others.
Its preference rate has increased as a result of factors including its high liquid absorption, rapid changes that take place quickly, and suitability for frequent urinal use because it operates for long hours. The global customer preference for biodegradable Diaper has been driven by the shifting taste for high-quality, breathable, and environmentally friendly infant products.