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Seventh Generation Free and Clear Baby Diapers, Stage 5, 26 Count (Pack of 4)
There is a newer version of this item:
- Premium Absorbency
- Free of Chlorine Processing
- Free of Fragrances and Latex
- Free of Petroleum Based Lotions
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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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.
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.
ENDPRODUCT NAME: Seventh Generation Free & Clear Baby Diapers (Pack of 4) - Stage 6
Size: 5 | Unit Count: 104
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Top Customer Reviews
As a parent, it's hard for me to spend money based on the opinions of someone who has been compensated to give their opinions on a certain product (also someone who has no experience with that category of product - such as "green" diapers). Isn't everything better when it's free? I can think of many things I would've given a higher rating to if I wouldn't have had to spend so much of my money on them (think about how much happier you are with buying a less than quality product from the $1 store versus the regular store). I'm not saying "vine" reviewers are lying, but there is a skewed perception when it's not your money you're spending and I'm not willing to spend my hard earned dollars based on the opinion of someone who was compensated in any way, including with free products.
I am posting my review because I am a mother of a diapered baby, who has used this brand and other "green" brands for a long time, and I have used several packs of these new free and clear diapers. I am NOT a "vine" member, as you can see by my "Amazon verified purchase" label on my review.Read more ›
I'm returning them as being defective as they are, in a word AWFUL! back to the Earth's Best TenderCare Chlorine Free Diapers, Size 3 (16-28 Pounds), 140 Count
1. characters on the diapers which I'd prefer not to have.
2. an entirely different (worse) fit. They're really loose around the leg and the tabs stick closer to the belly button which means that the diaper rotates more around her leg area.
3.a new (harder to use) tab design. You now have to unfold the tab before you can stick it and it's clumsier.
I could not believe that it wasn't even mentioned that they're substantially different, and that they're so much worse. We've had two blowouts in the last week and a half after not having any in months. Now my 13-month old has her first ever diaper rash and it's really severe. It's likely a coincidence but I have to wonder since the diapers do seem to be less absorbent. I'm looking for a new diaper company immediately.
All that is nice, but every parent knows that you need a diaper that works. I love these diapers. They keep my daughter dry, and the mess stays in her diaper. We had some leakage problems when she was a newborn, but that happened with several brands of diaper we tried (Earth's Best, Huggies, Pampers). I think it was more to do with her stage rather than the quality of the diapers. When my daughter was 3-4 months old, we had to finish out some Huggies, and they leaked every time. When I finally finished out that package, I switched back to Seventh Generation, and we haven't had a problem with leakage since then.
Also, the look of these diapers is really quite nice. Initially I thought they looked cheap because I was so used to the Huggies and Pampers with designs. Now I love the clean, beige look of a non-dyed, no chlorine diaper. Plus, I don't have any patterns or characters showing through my daughter's clothes.
These diapers are pricier than others, but they are worth the money. Try ordering them through an Amazon subscription, and you will get a better deal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
To be fair, I'm not 100% sure if it is the actual diaper or if it was a freak accident, but my son has been wearing these for about 3 days. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christina Kay De Leon
I've used Pampers, Huggies, LUVS and Berkley & Jensen brand diaper in the first few months of our daughter was born. Then we tried Seventh Generation. Read morePublished 9 months ago by K. Ashraf
We would have continued to purchase these if they were more readily available when my daughter was in diapers. Stores have come a long way in 3 years. Read morePublished 9 months ago by ksteph
I really, really wanted to like these. I have tried using them at many points with both of my babies.
1) they leak. Read more
Best brand of diapers hands down. Never had a leak and does not irritate baby's skin! I give to new moms as baby shower gift. Wish I'd discovered them sooner. Read morePublished 20 months ago by nan