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Totally chlorine free processed word flow pump absorbent core. Sodium polyacrylate, (polypropylene Core rap cough Weiner fascinating stem outer layer)
Polyethylene - Breathable moisture barrier.
Adhesive seams and joints. Polymer spandex, polyurethane waist elastic, Inc. external print design pigments .

Brooksy1977
· June 5, 2019
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No, they are not.
Brooksy1977
· June 5, 2019
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CM
· September 30, 2019
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Yes, they are made from petroleum based plastic to make them soft. Also, contrary to popular belief, these diapers are not biodegradable. They are simply free of parabens and artificial brighteners. It's also worth mentioning that these diapers leak really badly. I've tried them on my baby and they're horrible. They le… see more Yes, they are made from petroleum based plastic to make them soft. Also, contrary to popular belief, these diapers are not biodegradable. They are simply free of parabens and artificial brighteners. It's also worth mentioning that these diapers leak really badly. I've tried them on my baby and they're horrible. They leak moments after he urinates. If you're environmentally conscientious, go with reusable, washable cloth diapers and diaper covers. As far as which disposable diapers work the best, it's Pampers all the way. Pampers has a new line called Pure. They're easily comparable to Seventh Generation as far as plastics are concerned. They don't leak whatsoever. But, to each their own... Hope this helps. see less Yes, they are made from petroleum based plastic to make them soft. Also, contrary to popular belief, these diapers are not biodegradable. They are simply free of parabens and artificial brighteners. It's also worth mentioning that these diapers leak really badly. I've tried them on my baby and they're horrible. They leak moments after he urinates. If you're environmentally conscientious, go with reusable, washable cloth diapers and diaper covers. As far as which disposable diapers work the best, it's Pampers all the way. Pampers has a new line called Pure. They're easily comparable to Seventh Generation as far as plastics are concerned. They don't leak whatsoever. But, to each their own... Hope this helps.
Demi
· May 21, 2019
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These diapers are totally chlorine free.
John Hammel
· August 13, 2018
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Ww are only in size two, but we love them. Our daughter has very sensitive skin, and these seem to help her.
Emswizzle
· July 7, 2019
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They were too big for our 5 lb 11 oz baby.
Benjamin
· April 2, 2019
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Yes, they did change the design. We’re now having more blowouts and leaks around the thighs than before.
S Sherman
· April 21, 2019