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Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers

Reviewing: Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers  |  Rating:
tsmommy06 By tsmommy06 on
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For the most part I use cloth diapers or GDiapers but once in a while I need a good disposible diaper that isn't irritating to my son's skin. I found the Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers at Babies R Us and gave them a try. I decided to use them when we were on vacation as I didn't want to deal at all with cloth diapers or GDiapers.

The Seventh Generation diapers came 30 to a pack for Size 4 (22-37 lbs) and were only $11.99. Seventh Generation has offers diapers in newborn sizes all the way up to Size 6 (35 lbs plus). They also have training diapers (pull ups).

Seventh Generation diapers offer a wonderful fit and we never had any leaks - even during the night when my son slept for over 10 hours. The diapers are soft and stretchy and actually remind me of a regular high-end disposible diaper.

Since the Seventh Generation diapers are chlorine free, they are a natural light brown color. They don't have any characters or embellishements on them. It is just a plain diaper that does its job at keeping baby dry without any harsh chemicals. Seventh Generation Diapers are

"Chlorine freeHypoallergenicFragrance and latex free"

I highly recommend the Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers. They are good for your baby and better for the environment than standard disosible diapers.