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

January 11, 2014 - Comment

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

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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 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.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.

Seventh Generation LogoFree 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.

Lightweight
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.


Free and Clear Diapers Sizing Chart
ENDPRODUCT NAME: Seventh Generation Free & Clear Baby Diapers (Pack of 4) – Stage 1

Product Features

  • Premium absorbency with a soft and comfortable fit that make Seventh Generation diapers a natural choice
  • Free of whitening and chlorine processing – the only disposable diaper available today with no whitening
  • Free of fragrances (unscented)
  • Free of petroleum based lotions and latex
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Comments

pdxmatt says:

Not actually a big price increase 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…

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