Chemicals in Disposable Diapers

by Elisha
(Allen, TX, USA)

The thought of the chemicals in disposable diapers makes cloth diapers
a better choice. I just couldn't let those nasty chemicals in disposables touch my baby. I also think that soft cloth feels so much better against the skin. My choice was made primarily as part of my devotion to a chemical free environment for my child but I also believe that going with clot diapers saves me money and that disposables are wasteful!


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I have also found that my baby boy has fewer leaks and rashes on his bottom and legs with cloth. I love that I am not just throwing diapers in the trash to lie in a landfill for decades. I think that cloth diapers like Nifty Nappys are adorable too. Avoiding the chemicals in disposable diapers and looking great to boot is a great bonus!

I love the flying high fabric, and the white diaper with the owls on it that I saw on Nifty Nappy.

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Harmful chemicals in baby products
by: Kate

Hi, great article! I did not know that disposable diapers could be harmful. I have been reading a bit about harmful materials in baby products particularly baby clothes that use dyes which can cause skin irritations and rashes because babies have ultra sensitive skin. This is why I only buy organic baby clothing for my children.

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