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Seventh Generation Free and Clear, Unbleached Baby Diapers, Newborn, 144 Count, Packaging May Vary

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  • Disposable diapers with an ultra absorbent core for premium leak protection
  • Made without whitening or chemical bleaching
  • Clinically proven to be gentle on baby's skin, hypoallergenic
  • Responsibly sourced; The first ever FSC® Certified Diaper in North America
  • Free of petroleum based lotions, latex and synthetic fragrances

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Size: Newborn | Unit Count: 144

Product Description

Moms and dads want the best for their babies and the world they'll someday call their own. That's why we make Seventh Generation Free and Clear Diapers. Delivering premium absorbency and cloth-like comfort, the diapers you love have a new look that makes it easier to understand just what makes Seventh Generation Free & Clear Diapers different. As always, our diapers are FREE of chlorine processing; they are also FREE of fragrances, latex and petroleum-based lotions, so you get to decide what touches your baby’s sensitive skin. Also, Seventh Generation Free and Clear diapers now have an improved environmental footprint, due to our redesigned, lighter-weight core that is more efficient at absorption and uses less processed chlorine free wood pulp. Features & Benefits:• Premium Absorbency• Free of Chlorine Processing• Free of Fragrances & Latex• Free of Petroleum Based Lotions• Hypoallergenic Protecting Planet HomeAt Seventh Generation, we know your home is your world. For the past 20 years, it's been our mission to help you protect your world with our environmentally responsible and effective household products. By choosing Seventh Generation household products, you create a healthy environment for you and your family.

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Moms and dads want the best for their babies and the world they'll someday call their own. That's why Seventh Generation makes Free and Clear Diapers. Delivering premium absorbency and cloth-like comfort, the diapers you love have a new look that makes it easier to understand just what makes Seventh Generation Free and Clear Diapers different. As always, the diapers are free of chlorine processing; they are also free of fragrances, latex, and petroleum-based lotions, so you get to decide what touches your baby's sensitive skin.

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Free of Chlorine for Baby's Sensitive Skin
Seventh Generation diapers are free of chlorine processing. They are also free of fragrances, latex, and petroleum-based lotions, so you get to decide what touches your baby's sensitive skin.

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The diapers now have an improved environmental footprint, due to the re-designed, lighter-weight core that is more efficient at absorption and uses less processed, chlorine-free wood pulp. And it's still the diaper you love, delivering premium performance and cloth-like comfort.

Protecting Planet Earth
Seventh Generation knows your home is your world. For the past 20 years, their mission has been to help you protect your world with their environmentally responsible and effective household products. By choosing Seventh Generation household products, you create a healthy environment for you and your family.


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ENDPRODUCT NAME: Seventh Generation Free & Clear Baby Diapers (Pack of 4) - Stage 1

Product Details

Size: Newborn | Unit Count: 144
  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 4 x 11.9 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
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  • ASIN: B004KQ9JYS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,221 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,517 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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These diapers are soft, fit very well, and are very absorbent.
Katie W.
If you have an existing subscription beware - you will not be receiving the product that you signed up for originally.
C G
It would leak up his back every time and I would have to change his entire outfit every time I changed his diaper.
S. Fishel

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254 of 277 people found the following review helpful By C G on April 30, 2013
Unit Count: 155Size Name: 3 Verified Purchase
We used these diapers for the last year-and-a-half. We recently received a new shipment. After one day, we quickly realized that the diaper was very different.

The first night using the newly-formulated diaper it failed and did not withhold urine from getting all over the toddler and bed. This was the first time this had happened in four or five months,

The next day, we realized that what at first appeared to be the diaper disintegrating all over the child were actually the chemical liner forming beads on the child's skin leading to redness. In 17 months of using the prior formulation, this had never happened.

Clearly, 7th Generation has been re-formulating (while concurrently increasing their prices) to cut costs and increase profits at the expense of the consumer. They have changed the packaging to be more striking, perhaps to obscure the fact that the contents are now so inferior.

I am returning these products (along with the terrible, newly formulated baby wipes) and moving on to another brand.

If you have an existing subscription beware - you will not be receiving the product that you signed up for originally.
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Hello!
My name is Tim and I work at Seventh Generation. I am sorry to hear about your experience with the new Free & Clear Diapers. It is very unusual that the diapers would be performing in such a manner. Please contact our Customer Service team so that we can help you out with this; they are extremely knowledgeable and helpful.

If you find a moment, give us a call at 800-456-1191 or email us directly at dgl@seventhgeneration.com. I am curious to learn more about your experience and see what we can do to help. Thanks.
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86 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Me on August 3, 2013
Unit Count: 135Size Name: 4 Verified Purchase
Bought 2 cases of the size 4 to find that the diapers have been redesigned, and not for the better...... Old Lorax labeled diapers were great. New ones are not very absorbent and when removing a wet diaper, baby's skin has pilled fabric balls everywhere. Diapers now bunch up when baby is wet. Wake up, do you all test products in real settings before doing a mass production change? Thoroughly disappointed in a once reliable product.
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August 5, 2013
Hello,
My name is Tim and I am from Seventh Generation. I am sorry to hear of your experience with the new Free & Clear design. It is unusual to hear absorbency troubles with our diapers. Can you tell me more about this "pilling"? I am very curious about your experience and would like to see what we could do to help. If you find a moment, please contact us at 800-456-1191 or email us at dgl@seventhgeneration.com. I hope to hear from you soon.
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72 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie E Graf on July 15, 2013
Unit Count: 135Size Name: 4 Verified Purchase
I WAS a loyal Seventh Generation fan. Have used them for 2 years now and planned to use them until we didn't need diapers anymore. But I will be cancelling my subscribe and save. I LOVED the old diaper, but the new reformulation is AWFUL. The new filling is not absorbent, but what is worse is how badly it clumps up. My very active toddler goes from running to waddling as soon as he wets even the smallest amount. I am devastated to have to find a new diaper, but there is no way I will continue to purchase a clumpy, non absorbent, urine smelling diaper. Not gonna lie, I am heartbroken they changed these!!!
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Hi Stephanie,
My name is Tim and I am from Seventh Generation. I am sorry to hear of your experience with our new free & clear diapers. The unbleached wood pulp (used as the absorbency material) should not be "clumping"; this is very unusual. Can you tell me more about your experience? I am very interested in trying to help you solve this problem, if you find a moment please contact us at 800-456-1191 or at dgl@seventhgeneration.com. I hope to hear from you soon.
40 of 49 people found the following review helpful By R. Schu on January 30, 2014
Unit Count: 144Size Name: Newborn Verified Purchase
I've used 7th generation diapers on my children for years and recently bought a box of the newborn size for our new baby. I started him with a pack from Target that functioned and looked exactly the same as the others I've used in the past and then started using the ones from the box from Amazon. The diapers from Amazon are noticeably different in that they leak TERRIBLY. My tiny not even 8lb newborn peed in one earlier while I was holding him and ended up with pee all around his waist (no this was definitely not a user error related to him being a boy...this is our 5th son!). I've noticed the diapers are absolutely sopping wet to the touch even if he pees just a little, meaning he cries each and every time he goes. He wasn't doing that in our first bag of diapers from Target and it makes for a very fussy baby. The diapers are damp on the outside too, which should NOT be happening. These things are useless!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jackie on August 22, 2014
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I have been purchasing Seventh Generation products for a while now, I would say something like 90% of our household cleaning products and baby care items such as diapers and wipes. We pay more for Seventh Generation compared to other popular brands like Huggies because I thought they have more ethical and environmentally friendly practices. I learned recently that their stance on animal testing is not so cruelty free as they claim.

Seventh Generation says that it doesn't support animal testing--and that it is a "cruelty-free" company and Leaping Bunny certified. That's great! But you already knew that it doesn't test its own products on animals. In contrast to its statement against animal testing, Seventh Generation's lobbying activities, if successful, will lead to a huge increase in animal testing.

Seventh Generation says that it is simply "fighting toxins" and that chemicals should be better tested for safety. We couldn't agree more--chemical tests and regulations need to be improved to protect human health and the environment, including wildlife. But for the last five years, Seventh Generation has conducted large grassroots campaigns to advocate for legislation that--if successful--would require companies to test thousands of chemicals and products. Since regulators currently require animal testing, these chemicals would be tested on animals.

Seventh Generation supports legislation that will require years of animal testing--and asking its customers to do the same:

S. 2040 Kid-Safe Chemicals Act of 2008
S. 3209 Safe Chemicals Act of 2010
S. 847 Safe Chemicals Act of 2011
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74 of 95 people found the following review helpful By pdxmatt on September 30, 2012
Unit Count: 155Size Name: 3 Verified Purchase
I just want to make sure everyone realizes what's happening here. The old Stage 3 Subscribe & Save package was for 4 boxes of 35 diapers (140 diapers). Those boxes haven't been sold in stores in months. Seventh Generation switched to 31-diaper boxes that supposedly fit better and velcro together better. Doubtful. Regardless, this value pack is for 155 diapers, which is now 5 boxes of 31 diapers, instead of 4. At my local grocery store, a single box of 31 diapers costs $13-$14. That means a 5-pack of those boxes at retail price would be $65-$70. The Subscribe & Save price is $40. That's a fantastic deal, in my mind. It's still more expensive per diaper than the old deal, but that's because Amazon eventually was going to run out of boxes of the old diapers that they had stockpiled. Now that they are forced to buy the new Seventh Generation packages, it will be a bit pricier.
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