Let’s face it: It’s a struggle to even begin to understand what disposable diapers are made of.
You don’t even know what questions to ask of manufacturers.
We’ve all done it:
You finally buy diapers because they say they are eco-friendly, plant-based, chlorine-free, and free of harmful chemicals … but your baby ends up with painful diaper rash and you still wonder what kind of chemicals might be seeping into your baby’s bloodstream!
Why on earth is this happening to you?
Here’s the truth! It isn’t your fault!
It takes hundreds of hours of comparative investigation to understand how diapers are made. Time you do not have.
The truth is that diaper manufacturers are not required by law to disclose the ingredients and materials disposable diapers are made of.
You need a better way to shop for diapers!
You need to be able to choose diapers based on exhaustive comparative research of the main diaper components – not on hype or advertising. And you need to do it quickly!
Hi! I’m Irina
I still remember how I thought that Seventh Generation diapers were brown because they were unbleached. While my mom was helping me with my baby, I was trying to make sense of diapers. I called diaper manufacturers, and they gave me confusing answers. And I was exhausted.
Long story short, I wanted to buy the safest products for my baby so I never went back to my financial analyst job. I dedicated my time and used my analytical background to become a full-time product researcher. I found my calling to help you make informed decisions.
In my 7-year career as a full-time product researcher, I’ve seen a lot of positive changes in the landscape of consumer product safety. We make it happen together. And I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart and applaud you for that.
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You don’t have hundreds of hours to devote to diaper research. But the good news: Now you don’t have to.