My youngest son has dabbled with potty training, but right now we are still in diapers. I recently was offered the opportunity by the folks at Seventh Generation and MyBlogSpark to try Seventh Generation's newly relaunched Free & Clear diapers.
If you aren't familiar with Seventh Generation diapers, here is some interesting information they provided to me. "What Seventh Generation leaves out is just as important as what they put in. Free & Clear diapers do not include chlorine processing, fragrances, latex and petroleum based lotions. In an effort to contribute less overall landfill waste and continue to ensure a premium standard of absorbency, the new Free & Clear diapers have been redesigned with a lighter-weight core. With processed chlorine-free wood pulp in Free & Clear diapers, Seventh Generation also makes certain that no chlorine is released into the environment during the totally chlorine-free (TCF) whitening process of the diapers and training pants.
Seventh Generation has also reduced the size of the diapers’ plastic packaging, meaning that each pack now contributes even less overall landfill waste than before. In fact, Seventh Generation Free & Clear diaper packaging can now be recycled at local supermarkets where plastic bag recycling collection boxes are available."
So the next time you are in the store, be sure to check out Seventh Generation and their Free & Clear diapers. They are a company who is committed to helping you lower your environmental footprint when you use their diapers.
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