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Earth's Best Diapers are chlorine-free, made with renewable resources and fewer petro-chemicals to reduce your baby's environmental footprint.
- Made from non-chlorine bleached materials
- Contains natural absorbant material such as corn and wheat
- Made with fewer petro-chemicals
- Breathable sides
- Moisture barrier cuff
- Refastenable tabs
- Latex-free, dye-free, perfume-free
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k: a few months ago
I really like these diapers. My baby is on the smaller side and the size 1 diapers is a slimmer fit compared to a few other natural newborn size diapers. I wished well.ca sell their newborn size (I had to use the commercial brands until she outgrew their newborn, and Earths Best size 1 was next step up, I just food the top part down to fit her torso but works well -- baby is 12 weeks now still good in size 1 -- she sleeps through the night with no leaks ( during the day I've had a few blowouts but I think babies do that in whatever diapers they wear?) no wetness indicator but it poofs up when it's super wet anyway! The price is right, great product!! I wish I can find this in local stores but well.ca ships pretty fast their customer service is pretty great- id recommend these!
Alexandra: a few months ago
Love these diapers. I had been using Seventh Generation diapers but was disappointed to find out they were greenwashing the diapers (dying them brown, using chemicals, etc.). These ones seem to have a better environmental rating, as well as a better performance rating. So far they've been fantastic!
Amal: a few months ago
A bit pricy. I was excited at first after reading some reviews online. I did not like the print on the diaper but that did not bother me so much. My son wears size 4 and size 4 with this brand is not as nicely loose fitting as pampers for example. They feel kind of plastic-y on the outside and my son leaked a few times. I wont be purchasing these again. If you do, go for a size bigger if you have a big baby. Happy i tried them though.