Ontex, Belgium’s quality products and solutions in baby care, feminine hygiene, and adult incontinence care, has launched Climaflex, the next generation baby diaper core technology developed by engineers and R&D team. Climaflex keeps the baby’s skin protected and ensures absorption even under the toughest conditions, with extensive baby motion.
The Climaflex technology is first launched under Ontex’s Little Big Change brand in six European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, The Netherlands) and will be rolled out across retailer diaper brands, the company said in a press release.
Babies tend to sweat more than adults, but their skin is much thinner. This makes baby skin prone to rashes and irritations. The Climaflex technology enables heat to transfer across the full surface of the diaper which ensures breathability and heat regulation, keeping the baby’s skin dry and fresh. Diapers with the Climaflex technology have a dual-layer core in which one layer quickly attracts liquid and a second layer locks it in a very fast way and? securely even in the toughest conditions, when the baby moves a lot.
The diaper channel has been designed to deal with those areas where liquid absorption and distribution is most needed, for both baby boys and baby girls. From the central pee points onwards, liquid can quickly access, and is distributed through the branches of the channelled core which offers instant and long-lasting dryness. When learning to walk, run and play, freedom of movement is essential.? Diapers with the Climaflex technology have a lighter core and smart bending lines which offers a secure and comfortable fit even when saturated, according to Ontex.
“We are excited about our new technology, both from technology and business perspectives. We are the first retail brand manufacturer that can guarantee advanced absorption even under tough conditions, on par with one of the key promises of the leading baby diaper A-brand in Europe. For parents, baby skin comfort is a key purchase driver as is avoiding leaks when the baby moves around,” Annick De Poorter, executive vice president innovation and sustainability, Ontex said.