Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers - Newborn

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Free of Chlorine processing means that the wood pulp used in the diapers has not been processed with chemical containing chlorine. This can help reduce the amount of chlorinated toxins released into the environment and help make the world a healthier place for you and your family. Free of Fragrances and petroleum based lotions means that you get to decide what goes on your baby's sensitive skin.

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Material: Wood

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Product Title: Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers - Newborn

Manufacturer: Seventh Generation

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Power Score: 4.7 | 3 Reviews

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Great Diaper!

We have been trying out different brands, and I really like that the seventh generation doesn't have any nasty chemicals in them. They also are the trimmest disposable we have tried. They are thinner than pampers and huggies. They also fit my daughter great! I would definitly recommend these to a friend.

By swgurrl on Vitacost - Feb 5, 2012

Best Diapers For Newborns

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By - Aug 17, 2012

Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Baby Diapers, Newborn

GoodGuides experts give Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Baby Diapers, Newborn a 8.4 out of 10 for its health, environmental, and social performance. It gets a 8.4 for the environment because the company that makes it has one of the highest scores in water use; 8.3 for society because compared to other companies, this company scores well on commitment to its local community. GoodGuide uses data...
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