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Honest Diapers



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Parents are gaga over The Honest Company- and for good reason. Founded by Jessica Alba, the company makes tons of great products that you feel comfortable with using in your home. The diapers are top notch and provide a good middle ground for those who know cloth diapering isn’t for them but want a more natural option with less chemicals than typical disposable diapers. Plus they come in several cute, stylish designs that are updated seasonally! So what’s not to love? Well, they’re only in select retailers so you may only be able to order them online.


  • Made with naturally derived, plant-based & sustainable materials
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Free of chlorine processing and additives (like fragrances, lotions, and latex)
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Not using many disposables, but these are my first pick when I do.

I really looked forward to using these diapers but I'm really disappointed in the quality. They really don't feel nice against the skin and are really scratchy. Also, half the time I put these on my little man there would be massive blowouts not to mention leaks :( I really like their values but these diapers are just way too expensive and don't perform all that well.

These are very stiff and not as non-toxic as you'd hope. I prefer Seventh Generation, Babyganics or even Whole Foods 365 brand.

Honest diapers just didn't hold up as well as others. They feel rough and we had more blowouts with them. The cute prints are just about all I liked about them. Babyganics was slightly better and Bamboo Nature was our favorite. We mostly use cloth diapers now.

We used Honest diapers for about the first year with our youngest because the prints were the cutest around. Not long after a year of being with the company (and trying almost all of their products) we were quickly turned off when we found a worm (caterpillar or something along those lines) in a diaper. I was disappointed in the way the company handled the matter. Even though I was contacted by the founder of the company and given an apology, the issue was swept under the rug and never shared with other parents to be aware or double check the diapers they had received in that same batch. It's safe to say we have not felt confident in their diapers since.

My son is particularly long and skinny, so while their diapers fit him as a newborn, the other sizes are too big in the waist and they aren't tight enough to prevent leaks and/or blowouts from happening. Expensive, but better for the environment than 98% of the diapers out there.

Did not like this diaper brand. It gave baby rashes, as material is a bit rough on baby skin.

I love how they are organic and easy for me to buy--I'm a teen mom: 19. And they are super cute--my husband likes them too. Our little boy Caeson looks so adorable in the Jean print ;)

Ok YES the cutest of prints. And they change throughout the year. But these diapers are so much more. They're plant based so a great compromise for those of us that want a compromise between reusable and disposable diapers. I've used these for 3.5 years now and never had a problem with rashes nor leaks. Sign up for the automatic bundles!

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