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Eco-Friendly Diapering New 2020

Eco-Friendly Diapering

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Eco-Friendly Diapering

When eco-friendly diapers first hit the market, many parents complained about leakage. But they’ve come a long way, and today’s options are not only chlorine-, latex- and dye-free, but they also keep baby dry. Some of the more popular brands include:

Earth’s Best Organic: Made from non-chlorine bleached materials such as corn and wheat, these diapers contain fewer petro-chemicals, and have breathable sides, a moisture barrier cuff, and refastenable tabs. (Earth’s Best Chlorine-Free Diapers 100ct, $35; amazon.com) 

Whole Food’s 365 Everyday Diapers: With absorbency gel made from a non-toxic, super-absorbent polymer, these diapers are sure to protect against leaks. (365 Everyday Chlorine-Free Diapers 30ct, $10; amazon.com) 

Naty by Nature BabyCare: The surface of each diaper is covered with a film made from natural maize composed of 60 percent natural materials. (Naty by Nature Babycare Diapers 108ct, $62; amazon.com) 

Seventh Generation: Made from chlorine-free wood pulp and nontoxic absorbent gel, they’re also latex- and perfume-free, as well as hypoallergenic. (Seventh Generation Baby Diapers 27ct, $18; amazon.com)

Andy Pandy: The first diaper made from bamboo grown without the use of chemicals, fertilizers, or pesticides. (Andy Pandy Biodegradable Bamboo Disposable Diapers 50ct, $24.50, amazon.com) 

The Honest Company: Made from “naturally derived, plant-based materials” like wood pulp from sustainably operated forests, they’re also chlorine-, latex-, and fragrance-free. (The Honest Company Honest Disposable Baby Diapers, 29 ct, $25, amazon.com)

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