Save Baby Buns, Use Cloth Diapers

May 7th, 2010

Using cloth diapers isn’t just about helping the environment by keeping diapers out of landfills. You may actually be saving your baby’s buns too!

Green your baby by going with cloth diapers and you could prevent diaper rash and maybe even chemical burns in some cases.

Disposable diapers can contain stuff you’ve probably never thought about like toxic chemicals, including sodium polyacrylate, dioxin from bleaching, and tributyltin (TBT). Read more about these nasty chemicals and their effects at Real Diaper Association.

Most recently, new Pampers with Dry Max are causing major concern among many parents who report that their babies started having diaper rashes and burns after wearing the diapers. Dry Max is featured in Swaddlers and Cruisers diapers.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is currently investigating the claims that Dry Max is causing diaper rash or chemical burns.

Read more about the parental outrage surrounding the new Pampers at MSNBC: New Pampers trigger safety concerns.

Are you a parent who has experienced problems with the new Pampers? If so, please share your story in comments to help other parents.

One Response to “Save Baby Buns, Use Cloth Diapers”

  1. Greenwashing fun with disposable diapers on May 10, 2010 3:37 am

    […] Pampers with Dry Max technology is creating quite a scene right now due to some complaints about rashes and burns. This could be true, it could not. Right now the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has […]

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