This giveaway is now closed. Thanks for stopping by. The winner is Lindsey G. Congrats!
I’ve just spent the past few days checking out the latest natural, organic, & sustainable products to hit shelves this year during the annual Natural Products Expo. My two purposes for perusing the world’s largest trade show in this particular industry each year, are to find healthy alternatives to the products we use in and on our bodies as well as in our home ,and to share that information with you! From the moment I found out I was pregnant, I began researching the things I could do to keep both my baby and myself healthy during that time. It was during those long days on bedrest that I became passionate about green living. I made a commitment to raise our family as naturally as possible.
One of the brands I discovered along my journey was Seventh Generation. Five years ago, the number of brands committed to providing families with safe, healthy, natural alternatives to conventional products was very limited. Seventh Generation was a leader in the industry, providing the kind of transparency consumers want with regards to how their products are made and what exactly they contain. Both of my children spent much of their infancy and toddlerhood in Seventh Generation’s Free & Clear Diapers and Training Pants. In fact, my daughter still wears the Training Pants at night for the occasional accident.
Seventh Generation recently redesigned their Free & Clear Baby Wipes, and because we are passion advocates of the brand, we were excited to give them a test drive! I have to be honest…prior to their redesign, they were not my first choice for baby wipes. I prefer a thick wipe that is soft and gentle for my children’s sensitive skin. These new hypo-allergenic, unscented wipes are awesome! They are free from dyes, parabens, phthalates, and fragrance and were designed to be thicker, softer, and overall larger for all of your baby’s messes. I love the fact that Seventh Generation’s intentions were to create a wipe that performs and feels more like cloth. I personally was never able to use cloth diapers and wipes because of time and schedules but it was always a desire of mine and these offer parents a natural, affordable alternative.
Since the wipes are larger and thicker, the goal is to help parents reduce the overall number of wipes used. In addition to redesigning their wipes, Seventh Generation also reduced the amount of plastic used in their packaging by using plant materials.
Seventh Generation’s new Free & Clear Wipes are available at Whole Foods and Diapers.com for $2.99. Additionally, you can buy them on Amazon and secure additional savings, particularly if you sign up for their Subscribe & Save program.
Win It! One of you will win a box of Seventh Generation’s new Free & Clear Wipes. Simply leave me a comment sharing your favorite baby care tip. Comments will close on March 25, 2013 at 08:00 am PST.
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