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Grovia All In One Review – A Modern Organic Diaper Option

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Grovia Diapers are one of my favorite brands of cloth diapers. Their products are made with quality and have an intentional design that minimizes some fit issues common with other brands.

I first fell in love with Grovia when I tried out the Grovia Hybrids. I could happily have a full hybrid stash! But of course, I love trying new diapers, too.

This Grovia all in one review will help you decide if these organic diapers are right for your family.

One of the reasons I love Grovia is their deep commitment to being eco-friendly.

In addition to that, Grovia is committed to ethical manufacturing. While they are made in China, they are made “fairly and conscientiously.” Grovia is a brand you can feel good purchasing.

I picked up a Grovia Organic All-in-One diaper to try out with my toddler. Here are the details of my experience.

Materials & Absorbency

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The Grovia all-in-one diaper is a one-size diaper meant to fit babies between 10 and 35+ lbs.

The outer, waterproof layer of Grovia diapers is made from TPU. The inner, absorbent part of the diaper is certified 100% organic cotton. The outer layer has 2 layers of organic cotton backing the TPU, then the inner layers has 4-layers, and then the snap-in booster has 4 layers for a total of 10 possible layers of absorbency.

This diaper only comes with snap closures, so if you are a hook & loop lover, this may not be the right choice for you.

Fit & Quality

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One thing that is unique about the Grovia AiOs is that they are fastened on the sides of the diaper, not in the front like most brands.

It can feel a little backward when you are fastening it at first, but these sides snap closures allow for a much more customizable fit. I love that you can get a firm fit without feeling like you are digging uncomfortably into the belly.

The diaper is very smooth feeling and stretchy. This design should accommodate a lot of different body shapes.

This diaper has average absorbency. It works just fine for daytime use, but I avoid it for naps or bedtime with my toddler. 10-layers of cotton seems like enough, and for most situations it is, but I do have some other organic diapers that hold more (like the Thirsties Natural AiO).

The stitching is top-notch. It is definitely a high-quality diaper. I love how sturdy the elastics are.

Pros & Cons

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Pros:

  • Stretchy, comfy, & precise fit
  • Snaps clasp together easily
  • 100% organic
  • Natural fiber against baby’s skin
  • Very trim
  • Quality is apparent
  • Dries faster than other natural fiber all-in-ones I’ve tried
  • Snap in soaker allows you to balance absorbency needs with a trim fit

Cons:

  • Average absorbency–some other organic AiOs have a bit more
  • Side snaps can be confusing for some caregivers.

Price & Availability

You can get the Grovia Organic all-in-one on Grovia’s website. They are also sold at other retailers, such as Nicki’s Diapers. Prices are consistent across retailers, but Grovia often has pretty good sales (example: they are doing 20% off for Earth Day weekend!) If you miss the Earth Day sale, they do sales a few times a year. You can catch the next one!

Pricing wise, these diapers are perhaps a little higher than the average all-in-one, but given that this is an organic diaper, that isn’t surprising. They are an average price for an organic all-in-one.

Alternative Diaper Options

If you’re not sure about side snaps or want a tad more absorbency, I recommend the Thirsties Natural AiO as a direct comparison to the Grovia AiO. I love the absorbency of the Thirsties, but I really do appreciate the stretchy fit of the Grovia. My son has chunky thighs and a big belly and the Grovia seems really comfortable on him.

Another option you might want to consider is the Smart Bottoms AiOs. They offer a comfortable fit without the side snaps, and also give you an all-natural fiber against baby’s skin. However, one thing I do appreciate about the Grovia AiOs over Smart Bottoms is the inner absorbent soakers are less cumbersome.

Who Should Buy Grovia All in Ones?

The Grovia Organic All in Ones are for you if:

  • You want an all-in-one diaper (if you aren’t sure what diaper style would suit you, try out my check out this post and take my quiz!)
  • Purchasing organic is important to you
  • Ethical manufacturing is important to you
  • You want a diaper that has natural fibers against baby’s skin
  • You want more control over the way the diaper fits around the thighs
  • You want a quality diaper that lasts for years

You may want to consider other diapers if:

  • Your child is an extremely heavy wetter
  • Side snaps intimidate you

If you’re at all interested in trying out this diaper, I highly recommend you give it a try! I mean it when I say it just seems to fit so comfortably on my son. With some other diapers, I worry about it being too stiff or tight on the belly or thighs, but I don’t worry about that at all with this diaper.

Have you tried the Grovia Organic All-in-Ones? What do you think? Let me know in the comments!

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Review Overview
4.14
Overall Score
Materials
Absorbency
Quality
Fit
Trim Fitting
Ease of Use
Price

Holly Lee

I'm Holly and I'm the mom of two awesome young boys. We have been cloth diapering for 5 years. My family and I live in Minnesota with our dog, Ruby, and cat, Gherkin. Outside of Rocking the Cloth, I am also a middle school teacher. Thank you for visiting Rocking the Cloth--feel free to email me at holly@rockingthecloth.com if you have any questions or concerns. I'd love to help!

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2 Comments

  1. Jon says:

    I think it’s great that there are organic diapers out there as it is imperative that you have product that feels comfortable to the baby and has great material. Grovia looks like a good option. Do you think that organic diapers like this Grovia all in one are worth the price?

    1. Holly Lee says:

      Hi Jon,

      I think organic diapers are worth the price if organic matters to you. For some, buying organic is a high priority to them. If that is you, then it is definitely worth the price as it fits in with your values. Many other people cloth diaper to save money and may not necessarily care about the organic label. If they don’t care, then it probably isn’t worth it *to them*. It just depends on your goals and values.

      I personally do think organic diapers are worth the cost. Generally speaking, the environmental impact is much less severe when you choose organic cotton over conventional. That is worth whatever extra price tag there is to me.

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