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Unbleached wood pulp, sodium polyacrylate, polypropylene, adhesives, polymer spandex, polyurethane, pigments*. * The color of disposable diapers is typically achieved through the addition of pigments. This is also true for the brown layered materials in Seventh Generation Diapers.
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Reviews For Baby Diapers - Stage 3 (16-28 lbs.)
Based on 9 Reviews
I have tried many other brands of diapers but I have to say I actually like the fit and absorbency of these better. I was shocked to like them better than the fancy printed brand I was buying.
Have bought over and over
True to fit and works well. On par with name brands that aren't as eco friendly.
I haven't had any issues with these leaking even overnight. I was worried because they seemed a little stiff but havent had any problems.They aren't cute but I really don't care about that. I'll definitely be ordering these from now on.
I love everything about these diapers! The only ones I trust buying in store or anywhere! Thank you thrive for providing these and selling them for wholesale price! It has helped maginficently!
I love all things natural and chlorine free. The fact I can now do that for my daughter is great! I love these diapers and they are super affordable thanks to Thrive Market. She has never had one leak using these diapers and she also hasn't gotten the rashes other diapers caused in the past. Love Seventh Generation!
These diapers are great! I love that they are natural and gentle on baby's bottom but protect from leaks and are pretty good at scent control.
- Barbara K
Great tan diapers
Seventh Generation makes these 'natural' diapers from chlorine free wood. The tan color is just from the pigments they choose, and it's an interesting choice given how much brown stuff ends up on these diapers!
I like these a lot because they're natural, and they're as close as I can get to cloth diapers, which just aren't cost-effective for me to use. They fit well on my son, who's very active, and they're just about if not quite as absorbent as Huggies or even the Costco brand I used to buy.
- Rielle F.
Safe and comfortable for my baby
These are good diapers with no bleach or chlorine added. They are absorbent and do the job as well as the name brands, but I feel as if I get better value out of these. And my baby hasn't had any rashes or issues with these diapers, which wasn't the case when we were using Luv's.
- Roberta Farmer
Possibly The Best?
My baby seemed to love these, and I'll admit that I did too. They were really absorbant, and they were simple to take on and off. The diapers weren't made with any extra chemicals, so my daughter never got a rash like she did with other diapers. However, with the last couple batches, I've seen some of those issues. I'm not sure if they changed the formula or if I got a bad batch, but I'll keep buying until I figure out what the cause is. I hope I just got a bad batch when I purchased them from Seventh Generation because these used to be my all-time favorite diapers.
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