P.M. asks from Haverhill, MA on April 29, 2008
Diapers - Haverhill,MA
Has anyone tried the 7th generation diapers? I'm trying to go "green" and on the diapers.com website the diapers are actually the same price as pampers(i think) but i want to know if it's worth it? thanks
So What Happened?™
I tried the seventh generation diapers and really like them-better tha pampers
i had bought some huggies and luvs at 50% off awhile ago and they both gave her a rash and i don't like them at all but they were a good price
after a day in the new diapers her rash cleared up and i actually plan on returning the 2 packs of pampers i bought and switch completely over to seventh generation
C.R. answers from Boston on April 29, 2008
We've been using the Seventh Generation diapers for my daughter almost exclusively (I've also used Pampers) I like them the best because they are chlorine-free, and fragrance- free-(ugh- the perfume bothers me about Pampers)! They are excellent, we've only had the rarest of blowouts with them. They do fit "wider" than Pampers- so a little bulkier. I order them online at Amazon.com- they come cheaper by the case, and free delivery! I can whole-heartedly recommend the Seventh Generation wipes- they are the mildest I've found, with the fewest chemicals- and I really researched wipes! We've never had diaper rashes since we switched to those. Enjoy!
J.C. answers from Boston on April 29, 2008
I too am interested in hearing some feed back about 7th diapers,??are they expensive compared to pampers??Cant wait to see the responds!!Sorry I dont have any info for you!!Thanx
C.L. answers from Boston on April 29, 2008
I LOVE 7th generation diapers. they dont smell much after pee. and it works wonders like pampers. GO FOR IT!
i ordered my son's training pant diaper (7th genenation) in bulk thru diapers.com for his outing. at home he wears cloth diapers :o)
S.S. answers from New London on April 29, 2008
i used the seventh generation diapers briefly before switching to cloth, but for the time i was using them, they were great. my parents and grandparents still buy them for use at their houses (because they weren't to keen on using cloth) when they babysit. good for you for going greener! it's true they're not the cheapest diapers you can buy, but they are healthier for your baby. if you want to truly save money and help the environment, you might want to think about cloth. i know, i know...it seems like a really huge jump, but it's in no way as hard as people make it out to be. if you have any cloth diapering question, let me know.
H.B. answers from Boston on April 29, 2008
We also are 7th gen 'devotees'! I first used them when my (now 9 m/o) was a newborn (after smelling the horrible pampers chemical "baby" smell that they gave, of all places, at the hospital). I came to distrust other diapers especially since baby had those great newborn poop blowouts. 7th gen stayed on more snugly at that time -or something-.
After my local super stopped selling them I went to Huggies 'natural fit'. Soon I started the deal on Amazon subscription (get 20% off + free shipping!_ they just show up when you request them, even if sooner than a month, on the doorstep).
After trying them for 3 months or so, we are totally back to the 7th gen. They are even "cut for babies not shaped like a brick" lol- but seem to fit better, no weird chemical smell. Can't speak for their decomposition- but the fact that they are so soft and not chemically is good enough for me. And no problems handlind the good- ol' POOPS!
Looking at my bill, the price worked out to .28 per diaper.
R.K. answers from Springfield on April 29, 2008
If your children are wet a lot I would recomend cloth over the 7th generation diapers and g diapers are terrible dont waste your money with them. We've tried a few different diapers and prefer fuzzibunz and bummigenius one size. Its a one time expense and we very rarely have leaks with them.