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Earth's Best Chlorine-Free Diapers, Size 4, 120 Count
- 4 packs of 30 diapers; 120 diapers total
- Size 4: for babies that weigh 22-37 pounds
- Hypoallergenic, chlorine free, latex free, dye free, fragrance free
- Made with natural absorbant material such as corn and wheat -annually renewable resources that reduce the use of petro chemicals
- Comfortable, secure fit - soft and stretchy refastenable panels prevents leakage
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Made with soft, cloth-like materials, Earth's Best chlorine-free diapers provide ultimate comfort for your baby.
Healthy for Babies and the Environment
Earth's Best TenderCare Chlorine-Free Diapers are safe for your baby and for the environment. These disposable diapers are not made with chlorine bleaching agents, which may contribute to dioxin pollution. Additionally, these super-absorbent nontoxic diapers are made with renewable resources, such as corn and wheat, and are free of latex, dyes, and perfumes.
Also, Earth's Best diapers use 20 percent fewer petrochemicals than traditional disposable diapers. In fact, if 10 percent of the disposable diapers in the U.S. were as environmentally sensitive as Earth's Best diapers, we could reduce the consumption of petrochemical-based materials by as much as 20 million pounds a year.
This all adds up to a healthier, more comfortable diaper for your child and a healthier, cleaner environment for everyone.
Smart Details for Comfort, Fit, and Ease of Use
Earth's Best TenderCare Chlorine-Free Diapers are available in seven sizes, meaning you can find a comfortable fit for your rapidly developing baby. The disposable diapers include breathable sides that minimize chafing and rashes and a moisture barrier cuff that prevents leakage. In addition, Earth's Best TenderCare diapers are designed with stretchy refastenable grip tabs that help ensure the best fit and allow for easy diaper checking and changing.
Earth's Best: Nurturing the Planet and Its People
Earth's Best is part of the Hain Celestial Group, one of the world's largest natural and organic food and personal care companies. Earth's Best products take care of babies from top to bottom, with everything from organic formulas and baby foods to chlorine-free diapers and wipes to baby body care products made with organic ingredients. All Earth's Best products are created responsibly, with the best interests of children and the environment in mind.
What's in the Box
Earth's Best TenderCare Chlorine Free Diapers, Size 4, 22-37 Lbs. (Case of 120)
Size: 4 | Unit Count: 120
From the Manufacturer
Nurture your growing baby with only the purest, natural and organic products from Earth's Best.
Earth's Best has been the leader in organic baby food for the last 25 years. Today, you can find better-for-baby products from organic formula, infant cereals, jarred baby food, chlorine free diapers and wipes, baby body care products, and snacks and meals for growing toddlers and kids.
Chlorine Free Diapers
Earth's Best knows that a healthy lifestyle means more than eating pure and nutritious foods. So we offer a full line of chlorine free diapers and wipes, and body care products made with organic ingredients for infants and toddlers.
Available in seven sizes and made from only chlorine free absorbent materials that are never treated with chlorine bleaching agents.
- Made with renewable resources and fewer petro-chemicals to reduce your baby's environmental footprint
Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and different information than what is shown on our website. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. Please see our full disclaimer below.
Top Customer Reviews
For the short version, performance/preference differed by size: For newborn diapers, Earth's Best was heads and shoulders above 7th Generation (Nature Babycare doesn't come in NB size). For size 1, Earth's Best was still on top, with Nature Babycare and 7th Generation tying for second, though I'd give Nature Babycare an edge for environmental friendliness. I have not tested Nature Babycare above Size 1, and have not yet tested Earth's Best in Sizes 2 & 3. 7th Generation performed adequately in those sizes. For Size 4 & 5, 7th Generation and Earth's Best were much closer, with Earth's Best being slightly more absorbent.
Overall, we have been very happy with 7th Generation over the years, so these new diapers were a pleasant surprise. 7th Gen is not flashy, definitely more stiff than mainline diapers, but the kids were comfy, never had diaper rash due to the diaper, and the diapers were pretty absorbent with very few leaks. However, we often had runs of overnight leaks that seemed unrelated to needing to move up a size, and we have had to move up a size much earlier than the package would indicate by weight (this happened with our son in particular, and he is pretty skinny).Read more ›
PROS: Chlorine free so better for baby and environment.
Absorbent-leaks haven't been a problem.
No prints on tushy so it doesn't look tacky under white bloomers.
Doesn't stink half as bad after being dirtied. I attribute this to being chlorine free because 7th
generation diapers are the same way.
CONS: Doesn't wick moisture away from skin as well as Huggies.
Not as soft and comfy as Huggies.
Hideous print on waistband-I'd rather it not have any print at all but, really, could they have
picked anything uglier?
There is too much material between the legs so it seems to hinder movement.
If Huggies Pure and Natural were chlorine free, they would be the best diaper ever made. So here I am torn between the two brands. When the diaper pail is full of Huggies, the whole room smells like pee. When it is full of Earth's Best, there is no smell. That is a HUGE pro even though it fails in every other aspect. So, I'm going to petition Huggies. But if you are hooked on chlorine free, then these are WAY better than Seventh Generation which are ugly, crunchy, leaky, and don't wick moisture at all.
Our daughter has eczema so her skin is sensitive to any perfumes or dyes that are in regular diapers. After months of her flaring in her private area we decided to make the switch to a more environmentally and health friendly diaper. We found Seventh Generation and Earth's best to be the next best thing to cloth diapering.
Size - 3 Diapers
Seventh Generation - these run on the small side. Our daughter is between 19-22 lbs and the diapers were a snug fit. Not too tight but definitely would not have held her until a 28lbs which is what the packaging says.
Earth's Best - generously sized with room to grow. These fit her perfectly and were not too loose or tight. I am certain they will carry her to the 28lbs mark with no leaks or issues.
Look - Seventh Gen are brown. Not ugly and not cute. But they are a diaper! Earth's best have a cute little design on the front.
Feel - I found them both to feel the same. They are soft enough without being stiff. The Seven. Gen diapers do seem to have less give but that doesn't affect their performance. My daughter had no marks or issues from either brand of diaper.
Absorbency - Seventh Gen. diapers bulk up when urinated in. Sort of lumpy is the best way to describe it. It was difficult to tell sometimes if she was wet or the diaper contents had shifted which in many of them it did. We did the squishy test with Earth's best and it was obvious when DD had urinated. We used both overnight with a tummy sleeper with no leaks.
Tabs - Seven. Gen tabs are so difficult to disattach! Sometimes they pop off or arent attached securely. Earth's Best provides long tabs that stretch and have adequate adhesive.
Overall I love E.B. diapers and they will be our choice!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I liked these diapers pretty well. They were a bit stiff and papery, but I liked that they are non chlorine and natural.Published 11 hours ago by Michelle
We tried several eco-friendly diapers before settling on this one. Our biggest problem with some of the others (seventh generation, bambo nature) that we tried was that they... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jed Stoken
Probably as good as you can get with Eco-friendly disposables. But they still leak frequently and tend to "blow out" more than our bum genius cloth diapers. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Deli
I use this brand of diaper exclusively and have been very happy with them. Used them on my 3 year old from size 1 til potty trained at 1 1/2yr. Now using them on my newborn. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love these diapers, and wish I had found them sooner. I started with Pampers, and then my baby was getting horrible diaper rash around 7 months old. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Monica Roth
we usually use Bambo diapers. in between our monthly deliveries we have a couple low days so I buy 'cheaper' diapers to fill the void. these were absorbent and fit very well. Read morePublished 5 days ago by sarah westfall
We'd been using Honest diapers, and I like their product. Howeve, it seems like we were constantly changing shirts and clothes from poop explosions up her back. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Justin Ruiz
Natties started leaking once I a while so we're trying these. No complaints yet.Published 7 days ago by katahdin
Not good for babies with sensitive or eczema prone skin. This diaper gave my baby rashes. She would get a rash on her sides from the fasteners, from the leg cuffs, and contact... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Nostradanish