Eco Friendly Disposable Diapering Options from Earth’s Best

Most of you know I am a cloth diapering mom however if you are a long time reader of mine you may remember me sharing Tates experience with a deadly bacterial infection which lead him to be hospitalized several times, have surgery and eventually a long road of treatment. Once diagnosed and throughout the treatment process we were ordered to stop using our cloth diapers and destroy our stash to lessen the risk of Tates being reinfected. What’s a cloth mom to do…..turn to an eco friendly diaper brand of course ;).

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chlorine free diapers

  • Made from non-chlorine bleached materials
  • Contains natural absorbent material such as corn and wheat
  • Made with fewer petro-chemicals verses other brands
  • Breathable sides
  • Moisture barrier cuff
  • Refastenable tabs
  • Latex-free, dye-free, perfume-free
  • Six sizes available (Newborn-size 6)

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We had to use disposable wipes during Tates illness too, thankfully Earth’s Best offers several options when it comes to Chlorine Free Baby Wipes.

  • Chlorine Free
  • Oat Oil and Shea Butter
  • Aloe & Vitamin E
  • Hypo-allergenic
  • Cloth-like material
  • Unscented
  • Alcohol Free
  • Never tested on animals
  • Gentle enough for baby’s delicate skin, hands and face

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Have a little one ready to start potty training? Don’t worry Earth’s Best also has more eco friendly options for this phase of your little ones journey too.  TOTS Chlorine Free - Flushable Wipes and TOTS Potty Training Pants are just the thing for that ‘big boy’ and ‘big girl’ transition time.

  • Chlorine-free
  • Easy tear-away sides
  • Superior absorbency
  • Stretchy waistband for comfort and mobility
  • Wetness indicator
  • 3 size ranges (2T/3T, 3T/4T, 4T/5T)

If you cloth diaper and have had to choose disposables for a period of time, were you able to use an eco friendly brand? If you use disposables regularly, have you tried Earth’s Best diaper, training pants and/or wipes?

Enter below for your chance to win a package of eco friendly diapers ~OR~ training pants in the size of your choice!



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  1. jessica long says:

    I dont plan on using disposables but If I did it would be a biodegradable option like the gdiaper inserts or maybe something like this. I get concerned though that people will wrap them in plastic rendering them as bad as mainstream sposies !

  2. Amanda Hoffman says:

    i use disposable diapers pampers and luvs the most

  3. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I have actually used both. Unfortunately there weren’t very many eco-friendly disposables when dd was in them and the ones there were were way too expensive!

  4. Colleen Maurina says:

    We use both cloth and disposables but are very picky about the disposables that we use. So nice to see an eco friendly and Chlorine-free disposable diaper.

  5. Tamara Sz says:

    I generally use cloth but I do love to have disposables as an option and especially a good eco-friendly option like Earth’s Best!

  6. Keara B. says:

    I use cloth most of the time, but I sometimes use disposables at night. I also used them when my little one had a horrific diaper rash that required definitely-not-cloth-diaper-safe rash cream. I like Seventh Generation brand, but I’d love to try these!

  7. Julie Ghrist says:

    i use cloth but use ddisposables when we travel and I love that there is an eco-friendly option!

  8. we use cloth diapers but when we have had to use disposables in a pinch a wish we had earths best!!!

  9. Anne Perry says:

    We use cloth. Have tried gdiaper inserts.

  10. Jenn McClearn says:

    We use cloth most of the time. We use disposables on the road and at night. It is very nice that there is an eco friendly option out there 🙂

  11. Jessica says:

    We use cloth and disposables. I prefer cloth for lots of reasons, but sometimes give in to the convenience of disposables. We have tried Earth’s Best and they are my favorite disposable. They are the only disposable I have found that doesn’t smell like porta potty chemicals when they get wet!

  12. Sarah Hayes says:

    i use cloth mainly but sposies when we are on the road for several days and i have to put my daughter in sposies when she goes to her dads.. I love earths best diapers. they are the only ones she doesnt soak through at night and I feel so much better with her using this brand bc of how gentle they are.

  13. Anne Perry says:

    yes we have netflix… my son likes Super agent Oso, Bob the builder, rescue bots, jake and the neverland pirates

  14. Jessica S says:

    Cloth but grateful for sposies at night.

  15. Allison Downes says:

    I use both

    Thank you for the nice giveaway!

  16. I plan on using mostly cloth when baby get’s here.

  17. Jennifer V says:

    We use cloth but he has been in sposies before…not eco friendly one though…I admit 🙁

  18. Andrea H says:

    We’ve been cloth diapering 3 kids for 5 years now & tried disposables for the first time on a trip this past Easter. We were grateful to come across an “eco-friendlier” option than regular commercial disposables!

  19. Andrea H says:

    I love the Glenna Jean Detour Wall Hanging Boxes from pishposh baby!

  20. Teisha c says:

    I do not have a baby but if I got another chance I would cloth diaper.

  21. We primarily use cloth, but sometimes on the go or traveling we will use disposable. It is nice having a safe option


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