Earth’s Best Chlorine-Free Diapers, Size N, 40 Count (Pack of 4)

February 8, 2017 - Comment
Add to Cart $47.96Amazon.com Price
(as of September 24, 2017 7:44 pm UTC - Details)

Earth’s Best TenderCare Chlorine Free Diapers are chlorine-free diapers made from absorbent materials that are never treated with chlorine bleach agents. Their breathable sides, moisture barrier cuffs and Velcro–like closures ensure ease of use. Earth’s Best brand knows that a healthy lifestyle means more than eating pure and nutritious foods. They offer a full line of chlorine-free diapers, wipes and body care products made with organic ingredients for infants and toddlers.

Product Features

  • 4 packs of 40 diapers; 160 diapers total
  • Size N: for babies that weigh up to 10 pounds
  • Hypoallergenic, chlorine free, latex free, dye free, fragrance free
  • Made with natural absorbant material such as corn & wheat -annually renewable resources that reduce the use of petro chemicals
  • Comfortable, secure fit – soft & stretchy refastenable panels prevents leakage

Comments

Jade B says:

“New and Improved” We tried Seventh Generation and Honest diapers before settling on Earth’s Best. We really liked the quality and the price per diaper with Amazon Mom. They fit really well and didn’t leak, ever. 

katyn says:

Good diapers I have tried Seventh Gens, Babygantics (worst ever), Honest CO, and these. I have Bambo Nature on it’s way for the quest of finding a convenience diaper when not in cloth! Will update. 

Jesse E. Hunter says:

Earth’s Best subscribe&save CANCELLED? Why?! I’ve been getting these diapers via the Subscribe & Save program with Amazon Mom, pretty much since my now 15 month old daughter was born. In a pinch, I’ve tried other brands, including the Seventh Generation ones and other “green” ones. These have been hands down the best diapers for my girl–She’s always been a chunk–cubby thighs, tall for her age. These have been soft, strong, comfy and a great value for us, because of the Amazon Prime and S&S program. I’m not sure what happened…

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