I’ve recently been introduced to a brand called Seventh Generation, a brand that truly cares about the environment.
Since becoming a Mom, I’ve become more and more concerned about the type of products that I use in our home. I use less chemicals and I try to make more environmentally friendly choices when I can.
We still have a little guy who wears diapers in our family (something that we’re working on, but it’s a slow process). This is why I’m excited to have the opportunity in the near future to try out Seventh Generation’s Free & Clear Diapers. Free & Clear Diapers are free of fragrances, latex and petroleum based lotions. Their absorbent core is also processed without chemicals containing chlorine.
Some information about Seventh Generation:
Seventh Generation believes their products are healthy solutions for the air, surfaces, fabrics, pets and people within your home – and for the community and environment outside of it. They want their products to make a difference – from their development through to their production, purchase, use and disposal. Their Canadian line-up of products helps make it easy for small
decisions to add up and make a big impact on the environment.
Products available in Canada include:
Free & Clear Diapers (Sizes 1-6)
Free & Clear Baby Wipes (Tubs and Refills)
Natural 2X Concentrated Laundry Detergent
Natural Fabric Softener
Chlorine Free Bleach
Natural Dish Liquid
Automatic Dishwasher Gel
Automatic Dishwasher Detergent Powder
Automatic Dishwasher Detergent Concentrated Pacs
Natural Household Cleaners
Paper Products – paper towels and bath tissue
Feel free to join the 7th Gen Nation CANADIAN Community! As a Nation member, you’ll have access to coupons, special offers and great tips for green and healthy living.
Feel free to join the 7th Gen Nation! As a Nation member, you’ll have access to coupons, special offers and great tips for green and healthy living.
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Disclosure – I am participating in the Seventh Generation program by Mom Central Canada. I received compensation as a thank you for my participation. The opinions on this blog are my own.