Diaper Facts & Info from Earth’s Best

Did you know that a newborn urinates as many as 20 times a day? A newborn’s diaper will need to be changed every 2-3 hours for the first few months. The average baby will need at least 5,000 diapers changes before she is potty trained, all the more reason to reduce your baby’s environmental footprint!

Earth's Best organcisIf you choose disposable diapering products, I would suggest the Earth’s Best brand. All Earth’s Best diapers, training pants and wipes are chlorine free and made with renewable resources!

chlorine free diapersEarth’s Best Chlorine Free Disposable Diapers are available in seven sizes (newborn through size 6).

chlorine free baby wipesEarth’s Best Chlorine Free Baby Wipes are unscented and moistened with a gentle, natural lotion containing aloe vera and vitamin E. You can choose from a pop-up tub, pop-up tub refill, travel pack or TOTS Flushable Wipes.

chlorine free training pantsCheck out the Earth’s Best website for some helpful potty training tips and use Earth’s Best Chlorine Free Potty Training Pants (available in 3 size ranges) to make your child’s transition out of diapers easy, fun and more environmentally friendly!

Make sure you check out this post for more detailed info on these products, how we used them (even as a cloth diapering family) and how you can win some!


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  1. Keara B. says:

    We’re a cloth diapering family, but we occasionally have to use disposables just like you. I really like the natural brands, but we struggle to find one that works well for my super heavy wetter. Have you had any experience with these and a super-soaker little one? 🙂 We’re going on a trip soon where I won’t have access to washing machines so I need to take disposables- I’m nervous about my daughter soaking through every diaper!

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