An eco-friendly disposable diaper that’s actually affordable with no chemicals at all to irritate baby’s tender skin.
Seventh Generation Diapers
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These diapers are completely free from all latex, fragrance, and bleaching, which is great for helping your little one avoid diaper rash. They’re one of the most eco-friendly options among disposable diapers, with absorbent fluff made from tree pulp, and a certification from the Forestry Stewardship Council. Many cloth diapering parents go to Seventh Generation when they’re travelling because they fit in with the eco-friendly cloth philosophy better than big brand disposables. They’ve got a pretty nice trim fit, and they’re much more affordable than other eco-friendly disposables.
These diapers got enough votes from satisfied parents to win their way into our Best Disposable Diapers guide.
- Average cost per diaper: $0.43
- Fragrance and chlorine free
- Forestry Stewardship Council certified
- Diaper type: Disposable
- Newborn = up to 10 lbs
- Size 1 = 8 - 14 lbs
- Size 2 = 12 - 18 lbs
- Size 3 = 16 - 28 lbs
- Size 4 = 22 - 37 lbs
- Size 5 = 27+ lbs
- Size 6 = 35+ lbs
User Reviews (3)
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I LOVE the newest version of seventh generation diapers...I LIKE the older one because they seemed almost fuzzy (in a bad way).
The price is a bit high for the product.
These unbleached diapers from Seventh Generation are my go-to after testing out multiple eco brands. The paper-bag coloring isn't the cutest on the market, but I'm convinced they are the same physical design as Honest Co (shape, gussets, closures)!