Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Baby Diapers, Stage 1 (8-14 Lbs.), 44 Count (Pack of 4)

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Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers keep your baby dry and comfortable and contribute to a safer world for generations to come. That's because our diapers combine premium performance and comfort with the important health and environmental benefits of not contributing to dioxin pollution. Our diapers feature a unique blend of unbleached and totally chlorine and fragrance free materials, resealable tapes, stretchy leg gathers, premium absorbency and soft, cloth-like comfort. They are hypo-allergenic, dermatologist tested and, latex and TBT free.

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  • Shipping Weight: 8.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B0014XUIN6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,275 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A. Garcia on July 23, 2008
I just got my second shipment of stage 1 for my two month old. This is a different diaper. It is thinner, the tabs are no longer elaticized so it isn't flexible when she wiggles, and it is cut crooked- meaning the whole thing appears to have been run through the diaper-making-machine unevenly so it looks sloppy when it's on. In addition to this, it is more expensive! I have a whole case-full to find out about the capacity for wetness (the old ones were great). Why would Seventh Generation create such a poor product when they had such a great reputation? I won't be able to buy these again. Chlorine free or no, it has to work.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Summer Kinard on September 16, 2008
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We care about the environmental impact of disposable diapers, but cloth diapering is just too time consuming for our busy lives. We wanted to do cloth diapers with a service, but the local company was too disorganized for our taste. I bought a pack of these chlorine-free diapers the morning I went into labor because I knew the cloth diapers we had at home might be too large for our little one's bum. Well, we wound up really liking them. They work really well at stopping leaks as long as you make sure the waist area is on tight enough (sometimes a challenge with any diaper when your baby kicks a lot). I would recommend that you go up a size when your baby gets to the lower limit of the next size, rather than staying with the smaller one till its upper limit. (For instance, NB goes to 10lbs, but after 8.5 lbs or so, go on up to size 1). Our little boy is a champion pee-er, so the newborn ones were overwhelmed when he reached about 9 lbs. (If you have a boy, you know what I mean: they aim out the side sometimes, which can be very messy if the diaper is a bit too snug). I like that these diapers help us practice environmental diligence that we can manage with our busy lifestyle, and our baby is comfortable.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Abuckeye15 on August 31, 2010
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These diapers give the same protection as non eco friendly diapers. We have had no problems with leaks. We love them!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeannie on October 13, 2011
I love the fit of these and I love how they hold in the blowouts. Earth's best fits very similiar but not as close and I keep getting leaks with them and almost every poop gets out the leg. Seventh Generation diapers before use are thinner than Earth's Best, If you have used regular diapers seventh generation ones hold the liquid like pampers and Earth's best hold it like huggies. I find it silly that Seventh Generation uses pigment to make their diapers brown but I am not too worried about it. Earth's best uses no dyes. Seventh Generation is made in USA and Earth's Best is made in Mexico if that makes any difference to you. I wanted to love these diapers but I don't trust them. I get too many pee leaks. My baby is 18 lbs. in a size 3 and he shouldn't be leaking out them after 2 hours. I cannot get up to change him in the night every 2 hours until he is potty trained. Earth's best I don't trust for poop but for pee they are a little better. Seventh Generation I don't trust for pee but I do for sure with poops. I think I am back to cloth. I trust my cloth better than either of these natural brands.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kim Krajewski on December 11, 2010
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My granddaughter has extremely sensitive skin and can't wear anything else but these diapers which are excellent. No diaper rash or red splotches. Prior to using these diaper (used 2 different popular National brands), my granddaughter's bottom was always red and angry, blotches and raised areas and she would scream with the pain. One of the national brands we used left the whole imprint of the diaper on her skin--you could see where it touched. That is not the case with these diapers. We have no problems with diaper rash etc. Before we had to slather her bottomside with a bunch of diaper cream, now we seldom use it. When you order these diapers, they come very quickly within 1 - 2 days. We have purchased them several times in size NB and size 1 and will continue to purchase as the size she wears goes up. I highly recommend these diapers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paula Ferraro on October 30, 2010
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These are the WORST diapers I've ever seen or felt! The branding is not the same as advertised in the image of what i ordered either. It looks as if I've been sent an old version of these diapers, and even though i have been using 7th generation diapers and have really liked them, this is outrageous to be surprised by this terrible cardboard of a product. Unfortunately I live in a place where it isn't convenient to pick up diapers at the market, so i have been ordering them on Amazon, and until now have been very happy with this arrangement. Since I threw out the box before opening the package, it's too much trouble to send them back, as I have a newborn. So, for today i am stuck with having to massage each diaper just to get it to a place where i can bring myself to use it. It also doesn't absorb much of anything. Lose-Lose-Lose.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on February 22, 2011
I only bought these because they were on sale. while I liked the idea they are environmentally friendly this was not the selling feature for me. I have had nothing but problems with these diapers first they leak so I'm constantally changing my baby and doing more laundry. I could live with leaks, what I couldnt live with was the reaction my son had to these diapers everytime we would change him when he wore these his butt would be BRIGHT red, no creams would help. I would go back to pampers the red would go away and then I would try the seventh generation diapers again only for his butt to become bright red again. I gave up with these diapers and returned to pampers.
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