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The de-commercialized version of the disposable diaper

  • Mar 2, 2009
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I am holding my Seventh Generation diapered baby as I am typing this review... While I haven't tried many other brand diapers, these chlorine free disposables top my list. I would love to have tried organic cloth diapers, but I am lazy and can barely keep up with her laundry (I hand wash her things!). So the next best thing for me was either the flushable/biodegradable gDiapers or these 'forever in a landfill' chlorine free ones... I found these more affordable, so that narrowed it down.

[After typing the above I had to save this as a draft to finish later because my lovely, adorable, cutie 1 month old daughter decided she does not want to keep her dinner down and gave it back to mommy, all over her splendid outfit]

Here are some of the things I love about these disposables:
  • The absence of hideous cartoon characters on the diaper.
  • The fact that there is no chlorine in the diaper (no toxic dioxin).
  • Nice neutral color.
  • The absorbency and ability to keep in the things nobody wants to see.
  • The price that is not a lot more than chlorinated diapers, especially if you know how to get a good deal (sales, coupons, or in my case cheaper than buying any other diaper thanks to craigslist!)
  • The ethics and environmental commitment of the brand, Seventh Generation.
  • The ability to keep away diaper rashes on sensitive baby skin.
  • The fact that I cannot think of anything negative about this diaper.

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March 04, 2009
I've been meaning to post a review on these! We use them loyally and love them as well. My daughter turned out to have very sensitive skin, and after a few tries with various creams the doc decided she must be irritated by the pampers and huggies commercial brands. With the added bonus of the environmental benefits, it was a no brainer to switch. We order them through Amazon's subscribe & save program - which is GREAT. Discounted price, and they (plus wipes) arrive on our doorstep regularly, without any schlep to the store. Wow ... I'm going to have to go back and put all of this into a review!! Thx for the reminder = )
 
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Quick Tip by . January 07, 2011
posted in Grist
My daughter had a rash with these all the time, but she did with all disposables anyway. These are great though if there is absolutely no way you can cloth diaper! We use cloth full time now, but I've got to admit I'm not sure how I would do that with a newborn.
Quick Tip by . August 24, 2010
I used these with my youngest son. Although they run more per diaper, they were the most absorbent I ever used. He never leaked, not even overnight. These are worth the extra money.
Quick Tip by . September 27, 2009
posted in Eco-Babyz
We're loyal fans of these diapers, which were a godsend when we found our babe to be allergic to the major brands. Plus eco-friendly - yay!
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Seventh Generation Chlorine-Free Diapers offer soft, cloth-like comfort and perform just as well as conventional brands. In addition to keeping your baby dry, the absorbent polymer is non-toxic and non-irritating to baby's sensitive skin. Featuring stretchy leg gathers and resealable closure tabs.

Ingredients:
  • Chlorine-free wood pulp fluff
  • Sodium Polyacrylate (SAP)
  • Polyolefin nonwoven fabric
  • Adhesives
  • Polyolefin film
  • Synthetic rubber elastic strands
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