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Choosing Green Options with Earth’s Best Disposable Diapers

Although I use cloth diapers on both girls 99% of the time, it’s nice to know that there are green options even when choosing disposable diapers.

Some people choose not to use cloth, which is totally fine, but I would still urge you to find safer, green-er options for your baby!  This is especially true for babies that have sensitive skin.

Earth’s Best Chlorine Free Disposable Diapers are available in seven sizes and made with renewable resources and fewer petro-chemicals to reduce your baby’s environmental footprint.

  • Made from non-chlorine bleached materials
  • Contains natural absorbant material such as corn and wheat
  • Made with fewer petro-chemicals
  • Breathable sides
  • Moisture barrier cuff
  • Refastenable tabs
  • Latex-free, dye-free, perfume-free

I was sent a pack of Earth’s Best Disposable Diapers in my last box of goodies.  I’ve used a few for nighttime, since Sophia is completely potty trained during the day now.  We were sent a pack of Size 6 diapers, which are for children 35+ lbs.  Sophia is only 24 lbs so the diapers fit her super big, but I’ve just folded down the front and they work just fine.  Surprisingly, they haven’t leaked at all – even being extra big on her, but that might also be due to the fact that she doesn’t necessarily soak a diaper at night.  {We’re close to potty training at night, but not totally there yet}.

I’ll probably mainly use the diapers when we go camping, for her to wear overnight, just simply so I don’t have to worry with taking our cloth and wool along.  It’s nice to know that there are disposable options that are healthier and easy on my girls’ super sensitive skin.

Along with their diapers, Earth’s Best has also released their new Sensitive Chlorine-Free Baby Wipes. They are specially made with oat oil, shea butter lotion and vitamin E to keep your baby’s bottom clean and smooth. They are chlorine free, hypo-allergenic, un-scented, alcohol free and never tested on animals.

I’ve kept my pack of Sensitive Wipes in the van so that when we’re out and about I can easily grab a wipe for a quick clean-up!

Comments

  1. Susan L. M. says:

    I have to use disposables at daycare, and we love our Earth’s Best. I tried Up and Up and regular Huggies (both gave her rashes). I also tried the Huggies Pure and Natural and they didn’t lead to rashes, but the blow-outs were crazy. I still get some blow-outs with Earth’s Best, but they are not nearly as often.

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