*Moms, there are way better disposable diapers out there other than Pampers. Prices are comparable to the other brands I am mentioning too. Wholefoods, your natural health/food market probably has them as well.
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Check out Delora, they are excellent, Earths Best is very good too and Presidents Choice Green Diapers are good(Canadian grocer brand). Chlorine free, latex free, they use a wood pulp that absorbs baby's messes this just to name a couple of things that these brands have to offer.
At least Huggies has an organic range but I think they still use chemical gels for absorbing baby's messes, so they can't really be labeled organic? Can they?
I found Seventh Generation to leak a lot and fit smaller, so they aren't my favortite.
Think of those chemicals next to your baby's bits and your poor baby suffers in the end with rashes.
Cloth diapers are gentle on baby and the environment, to learn more about disposables/cloths read here
To read more on just some the chemicals used in disposables, read here, for the CBC news on this topic, read here
TO HELP HEAL THE SKIN:
* Weleda Calendula Oil- Read more here
* To treat baby's diaper rash and as claimed burns and blisters please read this, here to help treat and protect baby's tush.
BRANDS OF DIAPERS, THAT I RECOMMEND:
* More brands on diapers and brands I love( I am not endorsed by any, these were all bought/used by me) read here
*As of May.7, there has been an update from Health Canada, read here and file your claim
*For Americans you can file your report here