Touch of Cloth with Seventh Generation

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Seventh Generation for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Seventh Generation Presents "Touch of Cloth" 

Our house has been using Seventh Generation products for a couple years now. When Jay was a newborn we used their Natural Liquid Laundry Detergent to keep the baby acne, and other rashes away. We've also used their dish soap, and disinfecting wipes around our house. In the last few months I feel like I've become hyperaware of all the chemicals around us and in our home. I've realized that cleaning with those chemicals can be potentially dangerous to my kids if it gets in their system somehow, and so I've finally given in to going natural in the areas of our house where the kids play most often.



Recently we've had another positive experience with the Seventh Generation brand in our home. Em was getting a pretty bad rash on her legs and diaper area, but it wasn't a diaper rash like you would think. It was just a bunch of little bumps all over. Someone at church suggested that it might be from the diapers we're using, and she suggested to switch to Seventh Generation for a couple weeks and see if it helped. Sure enough, within a couple weeks the rash was gone! I love that Seventh Generation products are made with safe materials that can help keep my baby's skin soft, and clear!



Seventh Generation has launched a new line of diapers called, Touch of Cloth. These diapers are the first and only disposable diapers to feature a soft backsheet with pure unbleached cotton. Unlike other disposable diapers that will spend up to 300 years in landfills, because of Seventh Generation's all natural products these diapers will biodegrate. I love companies that not only have the consumer in mind, but the environment as well.




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7 comments

  1. Too bad the seventh generation diapers are too expensive for my budget, however I get their laundry soap at cCostco for cheap.

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  2. Those pictures are so cute!!!
    Melanie @ meandmr.com

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  3. You bet those chemicals can be harmful to kids. Even the chemicals we use to wash our clothes as adults sometimes leave residue that really harm the skin. It may not affect you the first time but constant exposure can lead to rashes and itching.

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  4. Don't you find Seventh Generation brand too expensive?

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    1. I dont think so. If you intend to go there. Just save and go

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  5. i want something more natural instead of chemicals but i think we only can reduce chemicals, not stop using chemicals.

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