Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers

I was so excited to receive these in the mail.  I found them on sale at Amazon as a bulk package and combined it with an additional 15% off coupon and a 15% off discount for signing up for their subscribe and save program.  Four  26-packs of size five diapers costed $30.09 after the two (free) discounts.  I had a $30 Amazon gift card so I only paid $0.09 total!


Besides the great price, what really urged me to buy these diapers was the fact that I think the Costco brand diapers may be giving my baby a diaper rash!  These Seventh Generation chlorine free diapers are brown in color because they are not bleached with chlorine bleach like other diapers.  Who would want that on their children’s skin anyway?  I used the Kirtland brand for over a year since they are cheaper, but I am now convinced the price isn’t worth it since I think he has developed a rash from the Costco brand.

Upon reading the back of the Seventh Generation package, I was informed about the hazards of the chlorine diapers that is taking a toll on our environment when thrown in landfills.  If it is harming the soil, what does that mean when those toxins are touching our children’s skin?  It’s enough to scare me from ever using anything but Seventh Generation diapers again.
You can buy Seventh Generation Chlorine Free diapers in some large health food stores like Whole Foods or online at

When I opened the diaper I noticed how small it looked and honestly doubted it was as big as a Kirtland (Costco brand) diaper.  It also seemed pretty thin, like it would tear.  Surprisingly enough, the diaper fit, perfectly too!  I guess not having all that extra “cush” in there saved room for the baby’s bottom.  The thing I am not fond of, though, is the Velcro straps.  They don’t stick as well as the Kirtland straps.  On the very first wear, I noticed one of the straps DID come off.  It was pretty annoying as he got himself wet this way.

I also worried that since it is so thin that it would tear or not absorb so well.  So far, so good.  It seems to be holding the same amount of pee as the other diapers.  The package also mentions using a non-toxic absorber in their diapers, which is nice.  His diaper rash hasn’t returned which is also another positive characteristic.

So was I satisfied with the diapers?  Besides the normal price and even the straps, yes I am definitely satisfied and will continue to be on the lookout for coupons to purchase this product on a regular basis.  I’m also eager to try their wipies when I see them at a great price.  My baby’s bottom is worth it!

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