I was provided diapers and wipes from Seventh Generation in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
As you know, we’ve been using cloth diapers on Abbie since she was a month old. We love them, but we’ve always kept one small package of disposable diapers around just in case we need them. They come in handy sometimes, and we’ll often use them in that hour just before bedtime when it seems a waste to use a cloth diaper, when we’re running her diaper laundry, or on the few times she’s been sick. They’re a good supplement to our stash of cloth. I’ve tried a few different brands, so when I received Seventh Generation’s for review, I was excited to try a new brand.
I was particularly excited about trying these out because Abbie’s skin is pretty sensitive, and Seventh Generation’s Free and Clear diapers are made with 0% bleaching chemicals in them. They are also the first FSC Certified diaper made in North America. They have no fragrances or inks, and they didn’t irritate Abbie’s bottom at all.
The diapers were good overall in our experience – they didn’t leak (Abbie is a pretty heavy wetter), fit snugly, and seemed comfrtable for Abbie. We didn’t test them overnight, but I think they would’ve held up to her nighttime use as well. We tested their wipes as well, and they were soft, strong, and non-irritating – I even used them on Abbie’s face a few times. I love that there are now more and more solutions out there for diapers and wipes that don’t involve harsh chemicals against our babies’ skin – they call it baby soft for a reason!
Seventh Generation all makes lots of other products, working to decrease the amount of chemicals used and the impact on our environment with each one. I’d definitely recommend giving them a try if you’re looking for a diaper that works that also protects our environment!