Seventh Generation says what they leave out of their Free & Clear diapers is just as important as what they put in. Free & Clear diapers do not use chlorine processing, fragrances, latex and petroleum based lotions. I don’t know about you, but what I put next to Mason’s bottom is very important to me. I love how these diapers are not only better for my baby, but better for the environment as well. Instead of being the normal plasticy white color of regular brands, Free & Clear diapers are a cottony-feeling natural beige.
Free & Clear diapers have been redesigned with a lighter-weight core in order to reduce the impact on our landfills. Free & Clear diapers also uses processed chlorine-free wood pulp to make sure that no chlorine is released into the environment during the totally chlorine-free (TCF) whitening process of the diapers and training pants. In an effort to contribute even less overall landfill waste, Seventh Generation has also reduced the size of the diapers’ plastic packaging making each package more compact. You can even take Seventh Generation Free & Clear diaper packaging to your local supermarkets where plastic bag recycling collection boxes are available and recycle!!
Seventh Generation Free & Clear diapers are both of my sons’ favorite diaper. It is actually kind of funny. Jakobi calls Free & Clear diapers “his” diapers and doesn’t like it when I use them with Mason. I am fond of Free & Clear diapers because even though they are reduced in size, processing, fragrance, and the other things other diapers have, I find Free & Clear diapers to be more absorbent than most I have tried.
You can find Seventh Generation on Facebook and Twitter. You can find more information on the Seventh Generation Free & Clear diapers and the whitening process on their website. In addition, you can find information about the role of pigments in diapers and get a $2.00 off Coupon.
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