SEV44080

Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box

Reg. Price $44.99

Our Price $39.10 Per Box

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Bottom-loving, baby-pleasing, hypoallergenic design for safe use
Does not contain fragrances, inks, petroleum-based lotions or chlorine
Adjustable, re-sealable tabs provide flexible and snug fit
Diapers are stage 4 for 22 to 37 lb. babies
  • Additional Info
SKU
SEV44080
Manufacturer
Seventh Generation, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
44080
Brand Name
Seventh Generation
Product Type
Training Pant
Additional Information
  • Diaper Style: Regular
  • Diaper Size: 4

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Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box
 
4.5

(based on 869 reviews)

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    (599)

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    (198)

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    (35)

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95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

what's not to like?

For it's it's been a choice over the years between huggies and these. I just can't imagine using non-chlorine free diapers on my children's skin for the length of time they'll need diapers. We've...Read complete review

For it's it's been a choice over the years between huggies and these. I just can't imagine using non-chlorine free diapers on my children's skin for the length of time they'll need diapers. We've used newborn ones to training pants and they've worked fine, neither infinitely better nor worse than any other we've tried. For us it's been about the components of the diaper. We also like the minimalist design (we were fine with the Lorax way back when. Four stars for not having a more distinct cut out for the belly button in newborn size and for not making them in premie size. Our "tall and skinny" 6lb baby drowned in the newborn size and I dreaded using conventional diapers on her but had no choice.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Leaks

My first son is 8 weeks old, 11 lbs. We have been using 7th generation size 1 diapers for a few days. The diapers have leaked just about every time he goes to...Read complete review

My first son is 8 weeks old, 11 lbs. We have been using 7th generation size 1 diapers for a few days. The diapers have leaked just about every time he goes to the bathroom. Poop leaks out around his legs. Wetness up the front and up the back of the diaper. I love the natural life, but how good is it for the environment if I am having to do twice as much laundry, to keep up with his soiled & wet clothes? Not satisfied..

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5.0

Clean & Simple

By pamh214

from Smithfield, VA

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I really enjoy the way these diapers have been made without bleach and chlorine. I feel good about putting these next to my daughters skin, knowing there is nothing that will disrupt or irritate her skin. I love the clean and simple packaging too!

 
3.0

Was okay

By Amanda B

from Ohio, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I received a free sample with 2 diapers. They were not as soft on the outside but very soft on the inside. Used one over night and the diaper was slightly hard where it was wet. Great during the day when changed more often.

 
5.0

Gentle and Safe

By Mercalli33

from Wisconsin, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

We loved them! Our little one had a red bottom from another brand and after a day of using these it got better!

 
5.0

Perfect Diapers for a Worried Mama

By MegTam

from Granite Falls, NC, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

Being a first time mama, I have researching diapers way more than I even expected from disposable to cloth and every brand imaginable. I love that the Seventh Generation diapers are chlorine free and free of lotions and scents. It gives me piece of mind knowing that there are no unneeded chemicals near our baby's sensitive bottom. These diapers do tend to be a little more expensive than some other popular name brands, but I am so happy I received a free sample to see how soft and well designed these are before having to make a bigger purchase. They have a cute print and are always in stock at our (small) local Target. I received a free product for the purpose of my review. Opinions are 100% my own.

 
4.0

Our Savior!

By Melissa1985

from Illinois, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

My parents actually bought them for us. My third born has been battling severe eczema since she was born. I literally have tried 8-10 different brands and this was one that did it irritate her at all and helped cleared up the problem.

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5.0

Grandma won't use cloth diapers so...

By Meganleigh

from Lakeland, FL, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

My mother won't use the cloth diapers we use in our own home whenever she watches our baby, but since we (myself and baby) have highly sensitive skin and are allergic to lots of different dyes we have to be especially careful of what we use. For a while I tried to use undyed white generic diapers.... but we have horror stories to tell from those. No amount of pleading would convince my mother to just use our cloth diapers so after recieving and loving the FREE sample of baby wipes from seventh generation (tried after the recommendation of another mom with the same allergy problems) I went online to get another free sample, this time the diapers. I was less anxious to use the diapers after we had success with the wipes, but I still can't quite put into words the relief I felt when baby never showed up with a rash. (And just for comparison, a friend of mine was watching both her baby and my baby one afternoon and she used one of her diapers on my baby and called me not an hour later to say mine was inconsolably upset and that I needed to come get her - something must be wrong. By the time I got there 15 minutes later my baby already had ugly red welt like patches showing up on her skin from the diaper. so that's how fast her poor skin will react.) but still I wanted a full roadtest. After the free sample was used up I went and bought the smallest quantity box they had in store and continued using them. We've had no reactions whatsoever except my baby can go visit grandma again without any issues :)

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5.0

Great for sensitive skin!

By Aggysmom

from Akron, OH, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I got the free samples and love them. I'm so glad that they are free and clean from harsh chemicals.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I feel good about these diapers!

By NuggetsMom

from Butte-Silver Bow, MT, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

My son fought diaper rash until we changed to these diapers. I feel good about putting him in them every day and I love the soft liner made of cotton. An excellent choice for those looking for a reasonably priced chlorine-free diaper.

 
5.0

I love the feeling!

By JessNBabyX

from Florida

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I received free samples in the mail today. They feel so soft and seem comfortable! I cannot wait to put them on my little guy when he arrives! I am 100% giving my own review and will update when I actually get to use them... SOON! :)

 
5.0

Me and My Baby feel In Love

By shatoni b

from Houston, TX, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Baby Free & Clear Stage 4 Diapers - 54 per box:

I Just brought this product to try it out because a lot of diaper brands wasn't working for my baby! I am so happy to find a diaper that does not fall off easily also that doesn't leave those gel beads when ever an infant potty's to much and most of all I love that they do not irritate my baby

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