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5.0 out of 5 stars Feel good, even when changing a messy diaper, September 29, 2012
This review is from: Seventh Generation Free and Clear, Unbleached Baby Diapers, Size 4, 135 Count (Health and Beauty)
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I have to admit, just opening a box of Seventh Generation products gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling. What can I say? I love the thought that people are sitting around thinking about how to make the product greener. I don't like thinking that my diapers are going to be sitting in a landfill long after my baby has grown out of them (by 1,000s of years, yikes!) Using these makes me happier on all fronts.

Performance? Comparable to other daytime brands. I do still use a premium brand at night, as my child otherwise wakes up completely soaking wet in the middle of slumber.

Cute? While not Disney or Dora they do have a Lorax picture, while going along with their values adds a cuteness factor - but anyone who who doesn't find the Lorax cute won't care. Come on 7th Gen, you can do better in the design department.
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Initial post: Feb 15, 2013 8:12:27 AM PST
Joanna says:
They ARE NOT organic. Most people misunderstand the terms and companies use the term incorrectly because its all about marketing. As soon as you say organic you gain all these customers who want to be healthier and care about what they eat and put on their skin. The term organic is very misleading these days and you really have to do your research. Almost ALL beauty products with organic in theie name or claiming organic ARE NOT! The only truly organic things are USDA organic. Everything else is still full of toxic chemicals. Besides that there is no way to make plastic organic. You can have organic cotton but thats about it as far as diapers. They make pads with organic cotton but they are still not fully organic. These are still made of conventional plastic not biodegradable and dye is added to make them look more natural. The only thing that is better than other conventional diapers is they do not use chlorine bleach and don't add fragrances and lotions. That is still good but they are far from organic. I would recommend Honest (on their website you join and they ship you diapers and wipes) because they work even better in my opinion and ARE biodegradable and they plastic they use IS actually made of plant materials not the petrochemicals 7th generation uses. Honest also has the best wipes I have ever used! They are amazing. Just FYI because companies will mislead you into thinking something is organic and natural when in fact it is not. I hope this helps!

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 19, 2013 3:13:15 PM PDT
T. Blalock says:
Honest diapers are NOT organic either. It is a better diaper but no diaper is organic..they simply cannot make them without SOMETHING bad in them.

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 19, 2013 7:38:39 PM PDT
Joanna says:
I never said they were organic you are right there is NO organic diaper! :)
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