Seventh Generation non-toxic and environmentally safe household products

Seventh Generation non-toxic and environmentally safe household products

Great products for baby like bleach free diapers that are compact and fit well.

  • Even if you're not ready to commit to cloth diapers... or you're buying for a friend... these are great to have on hand for late night diaper outages. Good for the environment too.

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  • Ok these are the bomb. gdiapers are plastic-free, you can flush, compost or even toss them. The little starter kit comes with two little g'pants 10 diaper refills, two plastic liners, and instruction guide. I use these and love th... Ok these are the bomb. gdiapers are plastic-free, you can flush, compost or even toss them. The little starter kit comes with two little g'pants 10 diaper refills, two plastic liners, and instruction guide. I use these and love them. they fit well and absorb just as good as any mainstream diapie. baby's carbon footprint can be smaller :)

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  • So cool. This super soft diaper changing pad is made out of Malden Mills' Polartec® Ecospun® fleece made from recycled soda pop bottles!! Not only is this eco friendly and really soft, it is also very inexpensive. Also be sure to ... So cool. This super soft diaper changing pad is made out of Malden Mills' Polartec® Ecospun® fleece made from recycled soda pop bottles!! Not only is this eco friendly and really soft, it is also very inexpensive. Also be sure to check out the Eco Fleece blankets and diaper covers!

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  • G Diaper is the no garbage, no guilt diaper. As you know, diapers are very bad for the environemnt. G-Diaper are for the parents who do not want to have a pile of smelly dirty cloth diapers hanging around for a week. It's the only... G Diaper is the no garbage, no guilt diaper. As you know, diapers are very bad for the environemnt. G-Diaper are for the parents who do not want to have a pile of smelly dirty cloth diapers hanging around for a week. It's the only diaper you can flush. You can even compost the wet one.

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  • These aren't your mother's cloth diapers. Fuzzibunz are trim, colorful, easy for anybody to use, and designed to keep wetness away from your baby's skin. If you thought cloth diapers were all about soggy prefolds, pins, and bulk... These aren't your mother's cloth diapers. Fuzzibunz are trim, colorful, easy for anybody to use, and designed to keep wetness away from your baby's skin. If you thought cloth diapers were all about soggy prefolds, pins, and bulky rubber pants, it's time to give the cloth diapering world another look. Give them a google. :) Reusable cloth diapers are economical - over the course of your baby's diaper days, you'll spend less on diapers. If you use them for a future child, the savings is even greater. Cloth diapers are also environmentally sound, both reducing the amount of waste put into landfills and also actually using less water for washing than is used in the production of disposable diapers.

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