Cloth Diapers Are Way Better For Infants

Diapering Your New Born

Today, 83% of moms use disposable diapers. The reason is because they are so very convenient.

Tips For Healthy Diaper Changes At Home

Choose a good location. “You always want to have a well-designated spot for diaper changes,” says Laura A. Jana, MD, a pediatrician in Omaha, Neb., and co-author of Heading Home with Your Newborn. If you can confine changes to a changing table, th...

Wipe Carefully

With a girl, always wipe from front to back to prevent infections. Although that’s not an issue with a boy, you should always put a cloth over his penis to prevent a spray of urine during the diaper change.

What’S In Disposable Diapers Anyway?

Most babies wear diapers nearly 24 hours a day, and those diapers are in constant contact with both skin and mucus membranes. This means that any chemicals in diapers are likely to wind up in your baby’s system if he or she wears disposable diaper...

Dioxins In Diapers

Many baby diapers are bleached with chlorine, resulting in remaining traces of dioxins. According to the World Health Organization, dioxins are “persistent environmental pollutants” that can cause an array of health problems including developmenta...

Volatile Organic Compounds (Vocs)

Many disposable diapers release VOCs such as ethylbenzene, toluene, and xylene. According to the EPA, some VOCs are carcinogens. Others can cause neurological problems, eye irritation, and decreased immunity.

Sodium Polyacrylate (Sap)

The absorbent center in disposable diapers is made from SAP. Once used in tampons, SAP was responsible for the cases of Toxic Shock Syndrome associated with the products. SAP also irritates skin, can cause staph infections, and may be related to o...

Diapers Are Quite Expensive

Disposable diapers are quite expensive. In fact, the Real Diaper Industry Association estimates single use disposable diapers costs more than twice what a diaper service will cost. Diaper services deliver clean cloth diapers weekly or monthly, rem...

Toxins In Huggies And Pampers Aren't What You Want To Put Near Baby's Skin

The disposable diaper industry sells products containing endocrine disruptors, carcinogens, and sometimes even heavy metals.

More Natural Alternatives

With so many issues surrounding conventional disposable diapers, what’s a parent to do? Here are some great alternatives. Cloth Diapers: diapers that are safe for your baby and the environmentToday, as they were decades ago, cloth diapers remain ...

The Only Way To Change Diapers Is One Baby At A Time. Real Diaper Association

Real cloth diaper facts. No drama, no spin. Just reliable studies on cloth diapers and the implications for your baby. Why choose cloth diapers? Cloth diapers are soft against your baby’s skin. Cloth diapers are also free of the many chemicals con...

How To Change A Diaper?

in this video I show how to change a baby boy's diaper, clean his diaper area, apply diaper ointment and put on a clean diaper Now this boy age of one year.

6 Reasons Why Cloth Diapers Are Better Than Disposables

1. Cloth Diapers are cheaper 2. Cloth diapers are way better for the environment 3. Cloth diapers are more absorbent 4. Disposable diapers contain nasty chemicals 5. Cloth diapers may help protect your baby boy’s jewels 6. Cloth diapers are cuter ...

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Cloth Diapers Are Way Better For Infants

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