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Broody Chick Diapers
Made from nature's sustainable resources, our diapers are 100% natural and fully compostable. Our products contain only natural, fully compostable material from annually renewable resources, with 90% reduction in greenhouse gases vs traditional synthetic material.
Size: Infant 8.8 - 19.8 lbs. (32-Count)
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With the loss of the tushies company, I was at a loss when it came to SAP gel free diapers since my baby is allergic to SAP. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stefanie B.
I love these diapers because I can feel good about using them.
#1 - The absorbant core is wood pulp fibers. Read more
We love these diapers. They work quite well and are fully compostable. Generally we don't use them at night but definitely great for the day. Wish they were easier to find.Published 3 months ago by ladyhauwke
We love these diapers, but they are pretty pricey, hence 4 out of 5 stars. Very eco friendly though, and quality construction! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amber S.
They are a great product! I was excited to find a fully compostable disposable. The diaper doesn't leak. It is apparently comfortable.Published 6 months ago by Leah Witte
I have been on the search for a biodegradable/compostable diaper and I truly thought these would be the right ones. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Trysta
I really wanted to like these, being one of the more environmentally sensitive diapers out there.
However, have had some fit problems and quality issues. Read more
I love the fact that these diapers are without chemicals and that they are 100% natural and fully compostable--these reasons alone lead me to pay more than I normally would for... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael Beavers
I have to be honest, I don't use these diapers all the time. We cloth diaper during the day, but I needed a eco-friendly and baby friendly option at night and when we travel. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jessica Allan